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264 feminist teacher   volume 18 number 3© 2008 by the board of trustees of the university of illinois Contents Index to Volume 18 (2007–2008) the University by Janice Hocker Rushing, rev. by Alison Bartlett, 3:248 “Feminist Praxis, Online Teaching, and the Urban Campus,” Cherie Ann Turpin, 1:9 “‘Feminist’ Teaching/Teaching ‘Feminism’,” Ellen C. Carillo, 1:28 “Gender, Space, and Discourse across Borders: Talking Gender in Cyberspace,” JaneMaree Maher and Chng Huang Hoon, 3:202 “Introduction—Teaching in the Gaps: Authority , Ideology, and Identity,” Meredith Miller, Guest Editor, 1:1 Jabbra, Nancy W., “Teaching Note: Theories of Gender Hierarchy for an Introductory Women ’s Studies Class,” 3:229 Jolles, Marjorie, “‘Real Women’ in Women’s Studies: A Reflexive Look at the Theory/Practice Dilemma,” 1:74 Kaplan, Carey, and Susan Kuntz, “You Can’t Be Old Before You Are Young: Aging and Pedagogy ,” 2:125 Kaufman, Peter, “Teaching Note: Gaining Voice through Silence,” 2:169 Kemp, Theresa D., “Early Women Writers,” 3:234 Kirk, Mary, rev. of Searching for Life: The Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo and the Disappeared Children of Argentina by Rita Arditti, 2:160 Love, Meredith A., and Brenda M. Helmbrecht, “Teaching the Conflicts: (Re)Engaging Students with Feminism in a Postfeminist World,” 1:41 Maher, JaneMaree, and Chng Huang Hoon, “Gender, Space, and Discourse across Borders : Talking Gender in Cyberspace,” 3:202 Miller, Meredith, Guest Editor, “Introduction— Teaching in the Gaps: Authority, Ideology, and Identity,” 1:1 Niemi, Nancy, rev. of Citizen Teacher: The Life and Leadership of Margaret Haley by Kate Rousmaniere, 2:166 Andaloro, Ann, rev. of Race/Gender/Media: Considering Diversity across Audiences, Content, and Producers. Rebecca Ann Lind, ed., 3:256 Bailey, Cathryn, “The Tools of Women’s Studies and Philosophy: Critical Thinking in Writing Courses,” 2:91 Bartlett, Alison, rev. of Erotic Mentoring: Women ’s Transformations in the University by Janice Hocker Rushing. Women’s Studies for the Future: Foundations, Interrogations, Politics . Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy and Agatha Beins, eds., 3:248 Beyond Slash, Burn, and Poison: Transforming Breast Cancer Stories into Action by Marcy Jane Knopf-Newman, rev. by Julie Sze, 3:252 Breeze, William, “Constructing a Male Feminist Pedagogy: Authority, Practice, and Authenticity in the Composition Classroom,” 1:59 Carillo, Ellen C., “‘Feminist’ Teaching/Teaching ‘Feminism’,” 1:28 Citizen Teacher: The Life and Leadership of Margaret Haley by Kate Rousmaniere, rev. by Nancy Niemi, 2:166 “Constructing a Male Feminist Pedagogy: Authority, Practice, and Authenticity in the Composition Classroom,” William Breeze, 1:59 Copp, Martha, and Sherryl Kleinman, “Practicing What We Teach: Feminist Strategies for Teaching about Sexism,” 2:101 Critical Lessons: What Our Schools Should Teach by Nel Noddings, rev. by Jean Shepherd Hamm, 3:243 Dragiewicz, Molly, “Teaching about Trafficking: Opportunities and Challenges for Critical Engagement,” 3:185 “Early Women Writers,” Theresa D. Kemp, 3:234 Edwards, Wade, “Teaching Women with a Y-Chromosome: Do Men Make Better Feminists ?,” 2:145 Erotic Mentoring: Women’s Transformations in feminist teacher   volume 18 number 3 265 Okopny, Cara, “Why Jimmy Isn’t Failing: The Myth of the Boy Crisis,” 3:216 “Practicing What We Teach: Feminist Strategies for Teaching about Sexism,” Martha Copp and Sherryl Kleinman, 2:101 Race/Gender/Media: Considering Diversity across Audiences, Content, and Producers. Rebecca Ann Lind, ed., rev. by Ann Andaloro, 3:256 “‘Real Women’ in Women’s Studies: A Reflexive Look at the Theory/Practice Dilemma,” Marjorie Jolles, 1:74 Rice, J. A., rev. of Sexuality and the Politics of Ethos in the Writing Classroom by Zan Meyer Goncalves, 3:254 Searching for Life: The Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo and the Disappeared Children of Argentina by Rita Arditti, rev. by Mary Kirk, 2:160 Sexuality and the Politics of Ethos in the Writing Classroom by Zan Meyer Goncalves, rev. by J. A. Rice, 3:254 Shepherd Hamm, Jean, rev. of Critical Lessons: What Our Schools Should Teach by Nel Noddings , 3:243 Sze, Julie, rev. of Beyond Slash, Burn, and Poison : Transforming Breast Cancer Stories into Action by Marcy Jane Knopf-Newman, 3:252 “Teaching about Trafficking: Opportunities and Challenges for Critical Engagement,” Molly Dragiewicz, 3:185 “Teaching Note: Gaining Voice through Silence,” Peter Kaufman, 2:169 “Teaching Note...

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ISSN
1934-6034
Print ISSN
0882-4843
Pages
pp. 264-265
Launched on MUSE
2008-06-20
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Will Be Archived 2020
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