Following the lead of the wonderful Feminist Studies in the Classroom materials (http://www.feministstudies.org/classroom/classroom.html), Gender & Society has also developed materials for those teaching feminist work.
It's now available here, and the first batch covers the areas of Activism & Social Movements, Culture, Division of Household Labor, Feminist Identities, Feminist Methodologies, Gay Masculinities, Media Representations, Parenting, Reproductive Technology, Sport, and Welfare Reform:
Gender & Society in the classroom was a project speared by Marnie Brown &
R.J. Barrios. A range of wonderful feminist scholars contributed the specific area summaries of top articles useful for teaching, including Jennifer L. Bronson, Lucia Lykke, Fang Fang, Danielle M. Giffort, University of Illinois at Chicago, Christy Haines Flatt, Travis D. Speice, Victoria Velding, Jennifer Haskin, Colleen C. Ammerman, Joanna Neville, and Katie Kerstetter.
Laura Kramer, Ph.D.
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