5. Men's Studies, Men in academia

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

Note: Many of the books listed under "General Theory and Description" above are part of Men's Studies, while this section lists writing specifically on 'Men's Studies'. Also see "Literature and Literary Theory" under "Masculinities in Culture and Representation" below. Works on gender and education, Women's Studies and feminist teaching are all listed under "Gender and Education/academia" below.

a) Men's Studies & Teaching Men

Note: Key pieces on Men's Studies include Gardiner's collection, Digby's collection, the two chapters by Brod, pieces by Hearn, Coltrane, Pease, and so on.

Aiken, Susan H. et. al. (1987). Trying Transformations: Curriculum Integration and the Problem of Resistance. Signs, 12(2) .

August, Eugene. (1993). Neither Backlash Nor Fad: The New Men’s Studies. RSR: Reference Services Review, 21(3), pp. 15-22.

Auslander, Leora. (1997). Do Women’s + Feminist + Men’s + Lesbian and Gay + Queer Studies = Gender Studies?. Differences, Special Issue: Women’s Studies on the Edge, 9(3).

Awkward, Michael. (1995). Negotiating Difference: Race, Gender and the Politics of Positionality. University of Chicago Press. (in part on a ‘Black Male Feminism’)

Awkward, Michael. (1999). Scenes of Instruction: A Memoir. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Banning, Cyrus W. (1981). ‘Why Are You Here?’: A Man’s Experience at the 1981 GLCA National Summer Institute in Women’s Studies. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Winter, 9(4).

Barry, Kathleen. (1989). Tootsie Syndrome, or ‘We Have Met The Enemy and They Are Us’. Women’s Studies International Forum, 12(5) .

Beauchamp, Bill, and Bonnie Wheeler. (1988). From Achilles to the Heel: Teaching Masculinity. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Fall, Vol. 16 No. 3/4.

Boone, Joseph A., and Michael Cadden. (eds). (1990). Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism. New York/London: Routledge (on men and cultural criticism).

Bowen, John. (1985). Masculinity and the Practice of Teaching. Unpublished Paper in Taylor, Helen. (ed.). Literature Teaching Politics 6: Conference Papers, Bristol: Bristol Polytechnic, pp. 42-48.

Boyd, Stephen B. Domination as Punishment: Men’s Studies and Religion. Men’s Studies Review, 7(2).

Brod, Harry. (1987). Themes and Theses of Men’s Studies. In Brod, Harry. (ed.). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin .

Brod, Harry. (1987). The Case For Men’s Studies. In Brod, Harry. (ed.). The Making of Masculinities: The New Men’s Studies. Boston: Allen & Unwin .

Brod, Harry. (1987). The New Men’s Studies: From Feminist Theory to Gender Scholarship. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Winter, 2(1), pp. 179-196 .

Brod, Harry. (1987). Does Manning Men’s Studies Emasculate Women’s Studies?. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Summer, 2(2).

Brodribb, Somer. (1991). Men’s Studies - A Conversation. Resources for Feminist Research, Fall/Winter, p. 64 .

Canaan, Joyce E., and Christine Griffin. (1990). The New Men’s Studies: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?. In Hearn, Jeff and Morgan, David H.J. (eds). Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. London: Unwin Hyman .

Carver, Terrell. (1996). Gender is Not a Synonym for Women. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienne Publishers (Especially Introduction and Chapter 1).

Clark, J. Michael. (1992). Men’s Studies, Feminist Theology, and Gay Male Sexuality. Journal of Men’s Studies, 1(2), November, pp. 125-155.

Clark, J. Michael. (1995). Profeminist Men’s Studies and Gay Ethics. Journal of Men’s Studies, 3(3), February, pp. 241-255.

Clark, J. Michael. (1997). Doing the Work of Love: I. Men’s Studies at the Margins. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(4), May, pp. 315-331.

Clark, J. Michael. (1999). Doing Men’s Studies: A Gay Perspective. Chapter Four in Doing the Work of Love: Men and Commitment in Same-Sex Couples. Harriman, TN: Men’s Studies Press.

Clark, J. Michael, and Bob McNeir. (1997). Doing the Work of Love: II. An Extended Case Study. Journal of Men’s Studies, 5(4), May, pp. 333-350.

Clark, J. Michael, and the Students in RS 220 / WS 221. (2001). Teaching Men’s Studies in Religion at an All-Women’s College. Journal of Men’s Studies, Volume 9 Number 2, Winter

Coltrane, Scott. (1994). Theorizing Masculinities in Contemporary Social Science. In Brod, Harry and Kaufman, Michael. (eds). Theorizing Masculinities. London: Sage.

Connell, R.W. (2002). Studying men and masculinity. In McCallum, Pamela, and Lorraine Radtke. (eds). Resources for Feminist Research, Special issue: The impact of Gender Studies across the disciplines. 29(1-2).

Connell, R.W. (2003). Masculinities, Change and Conflict in Global Society: Thinking about the Future of Men’s Studies. Journal of Men’s Studies, 11(3), Spring.

Cornwall, Andrea, and Nancy Lindisfarne. (1993). Dislocating Masculinity: Gender, Power and Anthropology. In Cornwall, Andrea and Lindisfarne, Nancy. (eds). Dislocating Masculinity: Comparative Ethnographies. London and New York: Routledge .

Digby, Tom. (ed.). (1998). Men Doing Feminism. New York & London: Routledge.
Includes;
2. How feminism made a man out of me: The proper subject of feminism and the problem of men / Patrick Hopkins (pp. 33-56).
3. Who’s afraid of men doing feminism? / Michael S.Kimmel (pp. 57-68).
4. On your knees: Carnal knowledge, masculine dissolution, doing feminism / Brian Pronger.
5. Profeminist men and their friends / Richard Schmitt.
6. Tracing a ghostly memory in my throat: Reflections on Ftm feminist voice and agency / C. Jacob Hale.
7. Teaching women philosophy (as a feminist man) / Thomas E. Wartenburg.
8. A black man’s place in black feminist criticism / Michael Awkward.
9. Can men be subjects of feminist thought? / Sandra Harding (pp. 171-196).
10. To be a man, or not to be a man – That is the feminist question / Harry Brod (pp. 197-212).
11. Male feminism as oxymoron / David J. Hakane.
12. Antiracist (pro)feminisms and coalition politics: “No Justice, No Peace” / Joy James.
13. Feminism and the future of fathering / Judith Kegan Gardiner.
14. A new response to “angry black (anti)feminists”: Becoming womanist sons / Gary Lemons.
15. Is feminism good for men and are men good for feminism? / James P. Sterba.
16. Reading like a (transsexual) man / Henry S. Rubin.
17. Feminist ambiguity in heterosexual lives: Reflections on Andrea Dworkin / Laurence Mordekhai Thomas.
18. A progressive male standpoint / Larry May.

Dowsett, Gary. (1993). I’ll Show You Mine, If You’ll Show Me Yours: Gay Men, Masculinity Research, Men’s Studies, and Sex. Theory and Society, 22 (Also Reprinted in On The Level, 3(4), October 1995).

Duroche, Leonard L. Gender, Class, and Power in the Academy: Reflections on Anti-Sexist Male Gender Studies and its Institutional Obstacles. Men’s Studies Review, 6(4).

Evans, Mary. (1990). The Problem of Gender for Women’s Studies. Women’s Studies International Forum, 13(5), pp. 457-462 .

Farrant, Patricia, and Harry Brod. (eds). (1986). Journal of the National Association of Women Deans, Administrators, and Counselors, Men’s Studies Issue. 49(4), Summer.
Includes;
A Curriculum for a Men’s Studies Program / Femiano, S.
Teaching About Men: Retrieving Women’s Studies’ Long Lost Brother / Kimmel, M.S.
Is Equality Still Inequality? / Orenstein, G.
The Costs of Being On Top / Kann, M.E.
Gay Studies and Men’s Studies / Williams, W. L.
Toward a Sociology of Men: A Teaching and Research Agenda / Kimmel, M.S.
Why Is This Men’s Studies Different From All Other Men’s Studies? / Brod, H.

Femiamo, S. D. (1986). Advances in Psychology: Implications for a Curriculum in Men’s Studies. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Mass.

Folkesson, P., M. Nordberg, and G. Smirthwaite. (eds.). (2000). Hegemoni och Mansforskning [Hegemony and Men’s Studies]. Karlstad, Sweden: Institutionen församhällsvetenskap, Jämställdhetscentrum/Genusvetenskap.

Frank, Blye W. (1993). The ‘New Men’s Studies’ and Feminism: Promise or Danger. In Tony Haddad, (ed.). Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Gardiner, Judith Kegan. (ed.). (2002). Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theory: New Directions. Columbia University Press.
Includes;
1. Robyn Wiegman, Unmaking: Men and Masculinity in Feminist Theory. (pp. 31-59)
5. Sally Robinson, Pedagogy of the Opaque: Teaching Masculinity Studies. (pp. 141-160)
6. Harry Brod, Studying Masculinities as Superordinate Studies. (pp. 161-175)
7. Judith Newton, Masculinity Studies: A Longed For Profeminist Movement for Academic Men?. (pp. 176-192)

Gertner, Douglas M. (ed.). (1993). Masculinities, Special Issue (Part I): Teaching About Men, 1(1&2), Winter, Includes:
Gertner, Douglas M. Transforming the Dominant Tradition: A Feminist Critique of Pro-feminist Men’s Studies.
Lim, William et. al. On Being a Student in a Men’s Studies Course.
Messner, Michael A. Confronting Diversity Issues in Courses on Men and Masculinity.
Schwalbe, Michael. Making the Sociological Personal, and the Personal Political - For Men, too.
Messina-Yauchzy, Michael. Unlocking Masculinities: Books for Introductory Courses on Men.
Kivel, Paul. A Proposal for a Pro-feminist Research Agenda.

Gould, Meredith. (1985). Teaching About Men and Masculinity: Method and Meaning. Teaching Sociology, 12(3), April.

Hanmer, Jalna. (1990). Men, Power, and the Exploitation of Women. Women’s Studies International Forum, 13(5), pp. 443-456 (Also published in Jeff Hearn and David H.J. Morgan. (eds). (1990). Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. London: Unwin Hyman).

Haywood, Chris, and Mairtin Mac an Ghaill. (1997). ‘A Man in the Making’: Sexual Masculinities Within Changing Training Cultures. Sociological Review, 45(4), November.

Hearn, Jeff. (1987). Changing Men’s Sexist Practice in the Social Sciences. In The Gender of Oppression: Men, Masculinity and the Critique of Marxism. New York: St. Martin’s Press .

Hearn, Jeff. (1989a). Reviewing Men and Masculinities - Or Mostly Boys’ Own Papers. Theory, Culture & Society, 6 .

Hearn, Jeff. (1989b). Sociological Issues in Studying Men and Masculinities. University of Manchester, Hollsworth Fellowship, Working Paper No. 2.

Hearn, Jeff. (ed.). (1993). Researching Men and Researching Men’s Violence, Bradford: University of Bradford, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender .

Hearn, Jeff. (1994). Research in Men and Masculinities: Some Sociological Issues and Possibilities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 30(1), April.

Hearn, Jeff, and David H.J. Morgan. (eds). (1990). Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. London: Unwin Hyman.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Janna Chernova, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, Carmine Ventimiglia, Eivind Olsvik, and Teemu Tallberg. (2002a). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (1) The state of academic research. Men and Masculinities, 4(4), April.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Janna Chernova, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, Carmine Ventimiglia, Eivind Olsvik, And Teemu Tallberg. (2002b). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (2) The state of statistical information. Men and Masculinities, 5(1), July.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Teemu Tallberg, Janna Chernova, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, Carmine Ventimiglia, and Eivind Olsvik. (2002c). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (3) The state of law and policy. Men and Masculinities, 5(2), October: 192-217.

Hearn, Jeff, Keith Pringle, Ursula Müller, Elzbieta Oleksy, Emmi Lattu, Teemu Tallberg, Harry Ferguson, Øystein Gullvåg Holter, Voldemar Kolga, Irina Novikova, and Alex Raynor. (2003). Critical Studies on Men in Ten European Countries: (4) Newspaper and Media Representations. Men and Masculinities, 6(2), October.

Horlacher, Stefan. (2004). Men’s Studies and Gender Studies at the Crossroads (II): Transdisziplinäre Zukunftsperspektiven der Geschlechterforschung. LWU – Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht xxxvii, 3, 267-286.

Hornick, Karen. (1992). Male Writers and Feminist Criticism. NWSA Journal, 4(2), Summer .

Ito, Kimio. (1996). An Introduction to Men’s Studies (Danseigaku Nyumon). Tokyo: Sakuhin Publishers.

Jackson, David. (1990). Unmasking Masculinity: A Critical Autobiography. London: Unwin Hyman (especially Chapters 1, 2, 7 and 12) .

Jardine, Alice, and Paul Smith. (1987). Men in Feminism. London & New York: Methuen .

Jones, G. P., and C.N. Jacklin. (1988). Changes in Sexist Attitudes Toward Women During Introductory Women’s and Men’s Studies Courses. Sex Roles, 18(9/10).

Jones, Mark. (1996). Men and Feminist Research. In Pilcher, Jane and Coffey, Amanda. (eds). Gender and Qualitative Research, Aldershot, Hants, England: Avebury.

Kauffman, Linda. (1989). Gender and Theory: Dialogues on Feminist Criticism. London/New York: Basil Blackwell.
(for example) Moi, Toril. Men Against Patriarchy. .
Boone, Joseph. Of Me(n) and Feminism: Who(se) is the Sex that Writes?. .

Kerfoot, Deborah, and Stephen Whitehead. (1998). Boy’s Own Stuff: Masculinity and the Management of Further Education. Sociological Review, 46(3), August.

Kibby, Marj. (1998). Syllabus: Narrative and Culture: Re-Writing Vietnam; Reasserting Masculinity. Department of Sociology and Anthropology. University of Newcastle.

Kimmel, Michael S. (1986). Toward Men’s Studies. American Behavioral Scientist, 29(5).

Kimmel, Michael S. (1987). Teaching a Course on Men: Masculinist Reaction or ‘Gentleman’s Auxiliary’?. In Kimmel, Michael S. (ed.). Changing Men: New Directions in Research on Men and Masculinity. New York: Sage .

Kimmel, Michael S. (1993). Invisible Masculinity. Society, 30(6), No. 206, September-October.

Kremer, Belinda. (1990). Learning to Say No: Keeping Feminist Research for Ourselves. Women’s Studies International Forum, 13(5), pp. 463-467 .

Leonard, Pauline. (1998). Gendering Change? Management, Masculinity and the Dynamics of Incorporation. Gender and Education, 10(1), March.

Leyland, Joyce. (1987). On the Conflicts of Doing Feminist Research Into Masculinity. Studies in Sexual Politics, 16, pp. 38-47 .

Libertin, Mary. (1987). The Politics of Women’s Studies and Men’s Studies. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Summer, 2(2).

Marcus, Julie. (1988). Australian Women and Feminist Men. Hecate, 14(2) .

Maynard, M. (1990). The Reshaping of Sociology? Trends in the Study of Gender. Sociology, 24, pp. 269-90.

McKee, Lorna, and Margaret O’Brien. (1983). Interviewing Men: ‘Taking Gender Seriously’. In Gamarnikow, Eva et. al. (eds). The Public and the Private. London: Heinemann .

McKenna, Kate, Eric Peters, and Doug Weatherbee. (1993). Reconstructing Masculinities Through Autobiography. In Haddad, Tony. (ed.). Men and Masculinities: A Critical Anthology. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Messner, Michael. (1990). Men Studying Masculinity: Some Epistemological Issues in Sport Sociology. Sociology of Sport Journal, 7(2), June.

Messner, Michael A. (2000). White Guy Habitus in the Classroom: Challenging the Reproduction of Privilege. Men and Masculinities, 2(4), April.

Milner, Judith. (1989). Whither Sociology? Not This Way, Chaps. Network, 44, May.

Morgan, David. (1981). Men, Masculinity and the Process of Sociological Enquiry. In Roberts, Helen. (ed.). Doing Feminist Research. London: RKP .

Morgan, David. (1992). Discovering Men. London: Routledge.
Includes;
Problems of Studying Men.
Men and Methodologies.
Studying Men in a Patriarchal Society.

Morgan, Thais E. (ed.). (1994). Men Writing the Feminine: Literature, Theory, and the Question of Genders. New York: State University of New York Press.

Pattman, S., Frosh, and A. Phoenix. (1998). Lads, machos and others: Developing ‘boy-centred’ research. Journal of Youth Studies, v.1, n.2, pp.125-142.

Pease, Bob. (1994). Developing Alternative Methodologies for Researching Pro-Feminist Men’s Politics. Seminar, Dulwich Centre, 1-2 December, Adelaide (Not to be cited Without Permission).

Pease, Bob. (1996). Reforming Men: Masculine Subjectivities and the Politics and Practices of Profeminism. PhD thesis. Melbourne: Graduate School of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences, La Trobe University (See especially Chapter 2, Epistemology and Methodology: Researching Men’s Subjectivities and Practices).

Pease, Bob. (1997). Men and Sexual Politics: Towards a Profeminist Practice. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications (Includes. Teaching Anti-Patriarchal Men’s Studies; Researching Men’s Lives From a Pro-Feminist Perspective).

Pease, Bob. (1998). Critical Men’s Studies: Fostering Partnership in Gender Relations. Paper to National Forum on Men and Family Relationships, Canberra, 9-11 June.

Pease, Bob. (2000). Recreating Men: Postmodern Masculinity Politics. London: Sage .
Includes;
2. The ‘Man Question’ in Feminism and the New Men’s Studies.
3. Postmodern Feminism and the Critical Study of Men.

Pease, Bob. (2002). The Politics of Studying Men. Chapter 1 in Men and Gender Relations. Melbourne: Tertiary Press (pp. 1-10).

Ramazanoglu, Caroline. (1992). What Can You Do With a Man? Feminism and the Critical Appraisal of Masculinity. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(3), pp. 339-350.

Reddock, Rhoda. (2003). Men as Gendered Beings: The Emergence of Masculinity Studies in the Anglophone Caribbean. Social and Economic Studies, 52, 3, Sept, pp. 89-117.

Richardson, Diane, and Victoria Robinson. (1994). Theorizing Women’s Studies, Gender Studies and Masculinity: The Politics of Naming. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 1(1), Spring, pp. 11-27.

Richer, Stephen. (1995). Reading the Men: Inclusion and Exclusion in Feminist Theory. In Richer, Stephen and Weir, Lorna. (eds). Beyond Political Correctness: Towards the Inclusive University. Toronto: University of Toronto Press .

Robinson, Lillian S. (1992). A Good Man is Hard to Find: Reflections on Men’s Studies. In Cheris Kramarae and Dale Spender. (eds). The Knowledge Explosion: Generations of Feminist Scholarship. New York & London: Athene Series, pp. 438-447 .

Ruthven, K.K. (1984). Feminist Literary Studies: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (especially ch. 1).

Rylance, Rick. (1992). Fellow-Travelling With Feminist Criticism. In Campbell, Kate. (ed.). Critical Feminism: Arguments From the Disciplines. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press .

Schacht, Steven P. (2001). Teaching About Being an Oppressor: Some Personal and Political Considerations. Men and Masculinities, 4(2), October.

Sheperd, Matthew. (1997). Feminism, Men and the Study of Masculinity -- Which Way Now?. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 17(1/2), pp. 116-128 .

Sosnoski, James J. (1989). A Mindless Man-Driven Theory Machine: Intellectuality, Sexuality and the Institution of Criticism. In Kaufman, Linda. (ed.). Feminism and Institutions: Dialogues on Feminist Theory. Oxford: Basil Blackwell .

Stanovsky, Derek. (1997). Speaking as, speaking for and speaking with: The pitfalls and possibilities of men teaching feminism. Feminist Teacher, Vol. 11, Iss. 1.

Thornton, Margaret. (1989). Hegemonic Masculinity and the Academy. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 17(2), May.

Traister, B. (2000). Academic Viagra: The Rise of American Masculinity Studies. American Quarterly. 52(2):274-304, Jun.

Urschel, Joanne K. (1999). Pedagogical Issues and Approaches Encountered in a Psychology of Men Course. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(1), Fall.

Weeks, Jeffrey. (1996). Telling Stories About Men. (Review article) Sociological Review, 44(4), November .

Whelehan, Imelda. (1995). Men in Feminism. Chapter 8 in Modern Feminist Thought. New York: New York University Press .

Wiegman, Robyn. (1994). Feminism and its Mal(e)contents. Masculinities, 2(1), Spring, pp. 1-7 .

Journals

International Journal of Men’s Health (2002-)
Journal of Men’s Studies (1992-)
Men and Masculinities (formerly Masculinities, and before that Men’s Studies Review) (Sage)
Psychology of Men & Masculinity (2000-)



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b) Men in Women's Studies

Bright, Clare. (1982). But What About Men?. pp. 97-99 in Cruikshank, Margaret. (ed.). Lesbian Studies: Present and Future, Old Westbury. New York: Feminist Press

Cataldi, Sue. (1995). Reflections on Male Bashing. NWSA Journal, 7(2).

Devor, Holly. (1988). Teaching Women’s Studies to Male Inmates. In Tancred-Sheriff, Peta. (ed.). Feminist Research: Prospect and Retrospect, Kingston & Montreal, Canada: Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.

Doherty Turkel, Kathleen. (1986). Teaching About Women to Male-Identified Students. Teaching Sociology, 14(3), pp. 188-190.

Flood, Michael. (2001). Bringing men into the light? Women’s Studies and the problem of men. Paper to Casting New Shadows: Australian Women’s Studies Association Conference, Sydney, 31 January - 2 February. (Copy available free from author)

Freeman, Helen, and Alison Jones. (1980). For Women Only?. Women’s Studies International Quarterly, Vol. 3, pp. 429-440 .

George, Diana Hume. (1992). Bridges Over the Gender Gap: Male Students in Women’s Studies. Radical Teacher, 42, pp. 28-31.

Gerschick, Thomas. (1993). Should and Can a White, Heterosexual Middle-Class Man Teach Students About Social Inequality and Oppression? One Person’s Experience and Reflections. In Schoem, David et. al. (eds). Multicultural Teaching in the University. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Ghadially, R. (1991). The Joys - But Mostly Sorrows - of Teaching Women’s Studies to Men. Men’s Studies Review, 8(2).

Halevi, Sharon, and Orna Blumen. (2005). “Obviously They Were There, But.”: Men’s Presence in Women’s Studies--An Israeli Perspective. Feminist Teacher, Vol.15, Iss. 3.

Hanmer, Jalna. (1996). Conceptualising Men in Women’s Studies. Paper to Adelaide Women’s Congress, Adelaide.

Jones, David M. (2001). “Women’s lib,” gender theory, and the politics of home: How I became a black male feminist. Feminist Teacher; 13(3), pp. 213-224.

Klein, Renate Duelli. (1983). The ‘Men-Problem’ in Women’s Studies: The Expert, the Ignoramus and the Poor Dear. Women’s Studies International Forum, 6(4).

Loudermilk, A. (2004). Taking Her Name: On Queer Male “Woman-Identification” and Feminist Theory. Journal of International Women’s Studies, Vol. 5, No. 5, June.

Mahoney, Pat. (1983). Boys Will Be Boys: Teaching Women’s Studies in Mixed-Sex Groups. Women’s Studies International Forum, 6(3), pp. 331-334.

Miner, Madonne. (1994). ‘You’re Going to be the Only Guy In There’: Men’s Minority Experience in Introduction to Women’s Studies. NWSA Journal, 6(3), Fall.

Moore, Cindy. (1998). Re-thinking the story of male resistance in the feminist classroom: How familiar conceptions can keep us from seeing positive effects. Feminist Teacher, Vol. 12, Iss. 1.

Philips, Deborah, and Ella Westland. (1992). Men in Women’s Studies Classrooms. In Hilary Hinds, Ann Phoenix, and Jackie Stacey. (eds). Working Out: New Directions for Women’s Studies. London: Falmer Press .

Scanlon, Jennifer. (1994). Feminist Pedagogy Meets Male Sports: A Workshop on Gender Sensitivity for the Men’s Rugby Club. NWSA Journal, 6(3), Fall.

Schilb, John. (1981). ‘Being in a CR Group For One’: A Man’s Experience at the 1981 NWSA Convention at Storrs. Women’s Studies Quarterly, Winter, 9(4).

Storrs, Debbie, and John Mihelich. (1998). Beyond Essentialisms: Team Teaching Gender and Sexuality. NWSA Journal, 10(1), Spring.

Williams, Linda. (1990). Men in Feminism. Women: A Cultural Review, 1(1), April.


c) Women's Studies, Gender & higher Education/university, Feminist Pedagogy

Note: Women's Studies is a very broad field. The following works represent only a selection of introductory or overview works on Women's Studies, as well as works on feminist teaching in higher education. Also see the section "Women's and Gender Studies in Australia" for works focused on the development of these fields of scholarship in Australia. Also see works in "Gender and education/academia" below, especially for material on primary and secondary education.

Aaron, Jane, and Sylvia Walby. (eds). (1991). Out of the Margins: Women’s Studies in the Nineties. London. New York & Philadelphia: Falmer Press.

Adler, Sue, Jenny Laney, and Mary Packer. (1993). Managing Women: Feminism and Power in Educational Management.

Aisenberg, Nadya, and Mona Harrington. (1988). Women Of Academe: Outsiders In The Sacred Grove. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Allen, Judith. (1997). Strengthening Women’s Studies in Hard Times: Feminism and Challenges of Institutional Adaptation. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 25(1&2), pp. 38-87.

Anderson, K. V., S. L. Bonewits, K. C. McDorman, J. B. Pierce, and et al. (2004). Voices About Choices: The Role of Female Networks in Affirming Life Choices in the Academy. Women’s Studies in Communication, 27(1): 88.

Anderson, Mary. (ed.). (1997). Doing Feminism: Teaching & Research in the Academy. East Lansing, MI: State University Press.

Archer; Louise, Simon D. Pratt, and David Phillips. (2001). Working-Class Men’s Constructions of Masculinity and Negotiations of (Non) Participation in Higher Education. Gender and Education. 13(4). December, pp. 431-449.

Arnot, Madeleine. (2000). Reproducing Gender?: Selected Critical Essays On Education Theory And Feminist Politics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Bankart, C. Peter. (1998). The Role of the Men’s Movement at the All-Male College: Challenge and Opportunity. Men and Masculinities, 1(1), July.

Bannerji, Himani, Linda Carty, Kari Dehli, Susan Heald, and Kate McKenna. (1992). Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site of Feminist Struggles. Cambridge, MA: South End Press.

Barton, Len (ed.) British Journal of Sociology of Education, Special Issue: Troubling identities: reflections on Judith Butler’s philosophy for the sociology of education.
Subjectification: the relevance of Butler’s analysis for education/ Bronwyn Davies.
The politics of performative resignification: translating Judith Butler’s theoretical discourse and its potential for a sociology of education /Valerie Hey.
Gender undone: subversion, regulation and embodiment in the work of Judith Butler / Anoop Nayak and Mary Jane Kehily.
Play School, melancholia, and the politics of recognition / Mary Lou Rasmussen.
They won’t let us play… unless you’re going out with one of them’: girls, boys and Butler’s ‘heterosexual matrix’ in the primary years / Emma Renold.
Subjectivation and performative politics-Butler thinking Althusser and Foucault: intelligibility, agency and the raced-nationed-religioned subjects of education / Deborah Youdell.

Bird, E. (2002). The academic arm of the women’s liberation movement: Women’s studies 1969-1999 in North America and the United Kingdom. Women’s Studies International Forum, 25(1): 139-149.

Bishop-Sambrook, Clare. (2000). The Logical Framework as a Tool for Gender Mainstreaming in University. Gender and Education, Volume 12, Number 2.

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Global Feminisms, Transnational Political Economies, Third World Cultural Production / Winnie Woodhull.
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Exploring the Status of Black Male Faculty Utilizing Data from the National Study of Postsecondary Faculty / Lamont A. Flowers and Lee Jones.
Preparing African-American Males for Postsecondary Options / Deryl Bailey.
White Student Confessions about a Black Male Professor: A Cultural Contracts Theory Approach to Intimate Conversations about Race and Worldview / Ronald L. Jackson II and Rex Crawley.
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The Prove-Them-Wrong Syndrome: Voices from Unheard African-American Males in Engineering Disciplines / James L. Moore III, Octavia Madison-Colmore, and Dionne M. Smith.
Expressions of Spirituality among African-American College Males.
Michael K. Herndon.
Book Reviews
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Helping African American Men Succeed in College, edited by Michael J. Cuyjet / E. Reginald Parks.
Working with African American Males: A Guide to Practice, edited by Larry E. Davis / Melendez O. Byrd, Darrell Hairston, and Curtis J. Blakely, Jr.
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New Trends in Research Funding - Threat or Opportunity for Interdisciplinary Gender Research? / Suvi Keskinen, Harriet Silius.
Women’s/Gender Studies, Professionalization and the Bologna Process - Cross-European Reflections / Gabriele Griffin.
The Bologna Process: Impact on Interdisciplinarity and Possibilities for Women’s Studies / Isabel Carrera Su·rez, Laura ViÒuela Su·rez.
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Marilyn J. Boxer / Unruly Knowlege: Women’s Studies and the Problem of Disciplinarity.
Annette Kolodny / Women and Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century: Some Feminist and Global Perspectives.
Mary Romero / Disciplining the Feminist Bodies of Knowledge: Are We Creating or Reproducting Academic Structure?.

NWSA. (1999). Defining Women’s Studies Scholarship: A Statement of the National Women’s Studies Association Task Force on Faculty Roles and Rewards. SUNY-Albany, June

O’Barr, Jean Fox. (1994). Feminism in Action. Chapel Hill & London: University of North Carolina Press.

Orr, Catherine M., and Diane Marilyn Lichtenstein. (2004). The Politics of Feminist Locations: A Materialist Analysis of Women’s Studies. NWSA Journal, Volume 16, Number 3, Fall.Patai, Daphne, and Noretta Koertge. (2003). Professing Feminism: Education and Indoctrination in Women’s Studies. New York: BasicBooks (HarperCollins).

Peace, Paul (2003). Balancing Power: The Discursive Maintenance of Gender Inequality by Wo/Men at University. Feminism & Psychology, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 159-180.

Pence, Dan. (1992). A Women’s Studies Course: Its Impact on Women’s Attitudes Toward Men and Masculinity. NWSA Journal, 4(3), Fall

Pierce, Jennifer L. (2003). Traveling from Feminism to Mainstream Sociology and Back: One Woman’s Tale of Tenure and the Politics of Backlash. Qualitative Sociology, Volume 26, Issue 3, Sept., pp. 369-396.

Prentice, Susan. (2000). The Conceptual Politics of Chilly Climate Controversies. Gender and Education, Volume 12, Number 2.

Price, Marion, and Mairead Owen. (1998). Who Studies Women’s Studies?. Gender and Education, 10(4), December.

Probert, Belinda. (2005). ‘I Just Couldn’t Fit It In’: Gender and Unequal Outcomes in Academic Careers. Gender, Work and Organization, January, Volume 12 Issue 1.

Ricciutelli L. (1998). (ed.) Women and education, Canadian Woman Studies Journal. 17: 4. Toronto: York University.

Rittner, Barbara. (1997). The Women’s Guide to Surviving Graduate School. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Robinson, Victoria. (1993). Introducing Women’s Studies. In Diane Richardson and Victoria Robinson. (eds) Introducing Women’s Studies: Feminist Theory and Practice, Hampshire & London: Macmillan.

Rogers, Pat, and Gabriele Kaiser. (eds). (1995). Equity in Mathematics Education: Influences of Feminism and Culture. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis.

Roman, Leslie G., and Linda Eyre. (eds). (1997). Dangerous Territories: Struggles for Difference and Equality in Education. New York: Routledge.
Includes: Blackmore, Jill. Disciplining Feminism: A Look at Gender-equity Struggles in Australian Higher Education.

Rosen, Robyn L. (ed). (2004). Women’s Studies in the Academy: Origins and impact. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson / Prentice Hall.

Rusher, Annette W. (1996). African American Women Administrators. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Schoenfeld, A. Clay, and Robert Magnan. (1994). Mentor in a Manual: Climbing the Academic Ladder to Tenure. 2nd ed. Madison, Wis.: Atwood.

Scott, Joan Wallach. (ed.). (1997). Differences, Special Issue: Women’s Studies on the Edge, 9(3).

Scott, Joan Wallach. (ed.). (1999). Women’s Studies on the Edge. Indiana University Press.

Seremtakis, C. Nadia. (1994). Gender Studies or Women’s Studies: Theoretical and Pedagogical Issues, Research Agendas and Directions. Australian Feminist Studies, No. 20, Summer.

Sharp, Bob. (2000). Take Me to Your (Male) Leader. Gender and Education, Volume 13, Number 1.

Silius, Harriet. (2002). Women’s Employment, Equal Opportunities and Women’s Studies in Nine European Countries – A Summary, Briefing paper, Employment and Women’s Studies: The Impact of Women’s Studies Training on Women’s Employment in Europe, Hull: The University of Hull.

Spender, Dale. (ed.). (1981). Men’s Studies Modified: The Impact of Feminism on the Academic Disciplines. London.

Spongberg, M., and N. Moore. (2007). Editorial: The future of feminist research. Australian Feminist Studies, 22(52): 1 - 2.

Sprague, Joey. (1997). Holy Men and Big Guns: The Can[n]on in Social Theory. Gender & Society, 11(1), February.

Stake, Jayne E. (2006). Pedagogy and Student Change in the Women’s and Gender Studies Classroom. Gender and Education, 18(2), March.

Stake, Jayne E., and Craig Malkin. (2003). Students’ Quality of Experience and Perceptions of Intolerance and Bias in the Women’s and Gender Studies Classroom. Psychology of Women Quarterly, June, Vol. 27 Issue 2.

Stalker, Jackie, and Susan Prentice. (1998). The Illusion of Inclusion: Women in Post-secondary Education. Halifax: Fernwood.

Stanley, Liz, and Sue Wise. (1992). Breaking Out Again: Feminist Consciousness and Feminist Research. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul (2nd edition).

Stanley, Liz. (ed.). (1997). Knowing Feminisms: On Academic Borders, Territories and Tribes. London: Sage.

Stanton, Donna C., and Abigail J. Stewart. (eds.). (1995). Feminisms in the Academy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Stombler, Mindy, and Irene Padavic. (1997). Sister Acts: Resisting Men’s Domination in Black and White Fraternity Little Sister Programs. Social Problems, 44(2), May.

Stone, Lynda. (ed.). (1994). The Education Feminist Reader. New York & London: Routledge.

Sullivan, Marion. (1999). The Status of Women in Australian Universities: Myths and Realities. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 14 Number 30, October.

Tett, Lyn. (2000). ‘I’m Working Class and Proud of It’ - Gendered Experiences of Non-Traditional Participants in Higher Education. Gender and Education, Volume 12, Number 2.

Thomas, Kim. (1990). Gender and Subject in Higher Education. Buckingham: Society for Research Into Higher Education, & Open University Press.

Thornton, M. (2007). Feminist research in a climate of insecurity. Australian Feminist Studies, 22(52): 3 - 13.

Titus, Jordan J. (2000). Engaging Student Resistance to Feminism: ‘How is This Stuff Going to Make Us Better Teachers?’. Gender and Education, 12(1).

Tonn, M. B. (2004). Fighting Feminism: Exploring Triumphs and Obstacles in Feminist Politics and Scholarship. Women’s Studies in Communication, 27(3): 377.

Toth, Emily. Ms. Mentor’s Impeccable Advice for Women in Academia. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Treichler, Paula A., Cheris Kramarae, and Beth Stafford. (eds.). (1985) For Alma Mater: Theory and Practice in Feminist Scholarship. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Valian, Virginia. (2005). Beyond Gender Schemas: Improving the advancement of women in academia. Hypatia, 20(3), Summer.

Vasterling, Veronica, Eniko Demény, Clare Hemmings, Ulla Holm, Päivi Korvajärvi, and Theodossia-Soula Pavlidou. (2006). Practising Interdisciplinarity in Gender Studies. Travelling Concepts in Feminist Pedagogy: European Perspectives series. York: Raw Nerve Books.

Walker, M. (2001). Engineering Identities. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 22(1):75-89, Mar.

Warwick, Alex, and Rosemary Auchmuty. (1995). Women’s Studies as Feminist Activism. In Griffin, Gabriele. (ed.). Feminist Activism in the 1990s. London: Taylor & Francis.

Weiler, Kathleen. (2001). Feminist Engagements: Reading, Resisting And Revisioning Male Theorists In Education And Cultural Studies. New York: Routledge.

Wetzel, Jodi et. al. (eds). (1993). Women’s Studies, Thinking Women. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing co.

White, A. M. (2006). Psychology Meets Women’s Studies, Greets Black Studies, Treats Queer Studies: Teaching Diversity and Sexuality Across Disciplines. Feminist Teacher, 16(3): 205.

Whitehead, Stephen. (2001). The Invisible Gendered Subject: Men in Education Management. Journal of Gender Studies, 10(1), March, pp. 67-82.

Widerberg, K. (1998). Teaching gender through writing “experience stories”. Women’s Studies International Forum, 21(2): 193-198.

Wood, L. (2005). Not a hetero - Confessions of a dangerous homo. Cultural Studies, 19(4): 430-438.

Wrigley, Julia. (ed.). (1992). Education and Gender Inequality. London: The Falmer Press.

Zimmerman, Bonnie. (ed). NWSA Journal 14(1), Spring, Special Issue: Women’s Studies, NWSA, and the future of the inter(discipline).

Zinn, Maxine Baca et. al. (1986). The Costs of Exclusionary Practices in Women’s Studies. Signs, 11(2).

- NWSA Journal. (1998), Special Issue On Teaching and Learning. 10(1), Spring. Includes;
Hoffmann, Frances L., and Jayne E. Stake / Feminist Pedagogy in Theory and Action: An Empirical Investigation.
Storrs, Debbie, and John Mihelich / Beyond Essentialisms: Team Teaching Gender and Sexuality.
Lovejoy, Meg / ‘You Can’t Go Home Again’: The Impact of Women’s Studies on Intellectual and Personal Development.

-. (1998). Feminist Studies, Special Issue on Women’s Studies, 24(2), Summer.

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(i) Women's and Gender Studies in Australia

Note: The following represent works focused on Women's and Gender Studies in Australia as fields of scholarship.

Allen, Judith. (1991). Women’s Studies in the 1990s: Problems and prospects. Australian Universities Review, 34(2), pp. 8-11.

Bashford, Alison. (ed.). (1998). Australian Feminist Studies, Special Issue: The Return of the Repressed (on Women’s Studies), 13(27), April. Includes;.
Bashford, Alison. The Return of the Repressed: Feminism in the Quad.
Curthoys, Jean. Memoirs of a Feminist Dinosaur.
Wills, Sue. The Philosophy Strike: The View From the Department of Government.
Sheridan, Susan. ‘Transcending tauromachy’: The beginnings of Women’s Studies in Adelaide.
Curthoys, Ann. Women’s Studies at the Australian National University: The Early Years.
Magarey, Susan. Setting up the first Research Centre for Women’s Studies in Australia, 1983-1986.
Poiner, Gretchen. The Women’s Research Unit: Being There.
Caine, Barbara. Women’s Studies at the University of Sydney.
Ion, Judith. Unravelling our Past: Questions of Feminism, History and Memory.
Jones, Megan. Historicising Feminist Knowledge: Notes Toward a Genealogy of Academic Feminism of the 1970s.
Probyn, Elspeth. Re: Generation. Women’s Studies and the Disciplining of Ressentiment.

Brook, Heather. (2005). Gender Studies Casts Off. Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 20 Number 47, July.

Curthoys, Ann. (2000). Gender Studies in Australia: A History. Australian Feminist Studies, 15(31).

Ryan, Lyndall. (1991). Women’s Studies in Australian Higher Education: Introduction and brief history. Australian Universities Review, 34(2).

Rockel, Angela (ed). (2000). Documenting the History of the Women’s Studies Program at the University of Tasmania. Hobart: Women’s Studies Committee of the University of Tasmania.

Sheridan, Susan. (1986). From Margin to Mainstream: Situating Women’s Studies. Australian Feminist Studies, 2, Autumn.

Threadgold, Terry. (1998). Gender Studies and Women’s Studies. In Reference Group for the Australian Academy of the Humanities. (ed.). Knowing Ourselves and Others: The Humanities in Australia Into the 21st Century. Volume 2, Canberra: Australian Research Council, Discipline Research Strategies.

Threadgold, Terry. (2000). Gender Studies and Women’s Studies. Australian Feminist Studies, 15(31), pp. 39-48.

Walsh, Mary, and Mark Bahnisch. (1999). The Male Academic Body: Sex Inequality in Universities. In Playing The Man: New Approaches to Masculinity. Eds. Katherine Biber, Tom Sear, and Dave Trudinger. Sydney: Pluto Press.


(ii) Further References on Feminist Pedagogy

Abalos, David T. (1996). Strategies Of Transformation Toward A Multicultural Society: Fulfilling The Story Of Democracy. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Adams, M., L.A. Bell, and P. Griffin. (eds.). (1997). Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice: A Sourcebook. Routledge.

Aerni, April Laskey. (1999). Valuing Us All: Feminist Pedagogy and Economics. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Ahmed, Sara. (2001). Feminist pedagogy and interdisciplinarity. Interdisciplinary Feminist Forum, Women’s Studies, Lancaster University. URL: http://www.lancs.acuk/users/wstudies/iff/fempedagogy.htm. Accessed 16 April 2003.

Assendelft, L. V. (2006). “It’s the Supreme Court, Stupid”: A Simulation Approach to feminist Teaching. Feminist Teacher, 16(3): 216.

Atwell-Vasey, Wendy. (1998). Nourishing Words: Bridging Private Reading And Public Teaching. Albany: State University of New York.

Balliet, Barbara J., and Kerriss Heffernan. (eds.). (2000). The Practice of Change: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Women’s Studies. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.

Bank, Barbara J., and Peter M. Hall. (1997). (eds). Gender, Equity, & Schooling: Policy & Practice. New York: Garland Publishing.

Bardsey, A. (2006). Girlfight the Power: Teaching Contemporary Feminism and Pop Culture. Feminist Teacher, 16(3): 189.

Bartlett, A. (1998). A Passionate Subject: representations of desire in feminist pedagogy. Gender and Education, 10(1): 85 - 92.

Belenky, Mary, Blythe Clinchy, Nancy Goldberger, and Jill Tarule. (1997). Women’s Ways Of Knowing: The Development Of Self, Voice, And Mind. 10th anniversary ed. New York: Basic Books.

Bell, E., and K. Golombisky. (2004). Voices and Silences in Our Classrooms: Strategies for Mapping Trails Among Sex/Gender, Race, and Class. Women’s Studies in Communication, 27(3): 294.

Bickford, Donna M., and Nedra Reynolds. (2002). Activism and Service-Learning: Reframing Volunteerism As Acts of Dissent. Pedagogy, 2(2): 229-252.

Blundell, S. (1992). Gender and Curriculum of Adult Education. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 11(3), pp. 199-216.

Boler, Megan. (1999). Feeling Power: Emotions And Education. New York: Routledge.

Bondi, L. (1991). Towards a Non-Essentialist Feminist Pedagogy. Gender and Education, 3(1): 87-90.

Brady, Jeanne. (1995). Schooling Young Children: A Feminist Pedagogy for Liberatory Learning, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Brock, Rochelle. (2002). Sista Talk: The Personal and the Pedagogical. New York: Peter Lang.

Brown, Julie. (1992). Theory and Practice: What Exactly is Feminist Pedagogy?. The Journal of General Education, 41.

Brueggemann, Brenda Jo, and Debra A. Moddelmog. (2002). Coming-Out Pedagogy: Risking Identity in Language and Literature Classrooms. Pedagogy, 2(3): 311-336.

Burch, Kerry. (2000). Eros as the Educational Principle of Democracy. New York: Peter Lang.

Carlin, Deborah. (2002). Graduate Internship Programs in the Humanities: A Report from One University. Pedagogy, 2(2): 213-228.

Casey, Kathleen. (1993). I Answer With My Life: Life Histories of Women Teachers Working For Social Change. New York: Routledge.

Clifford, V.A. (2002). Does the use of Journals as a Form of Assessment put into Practice Principles of Feminist Pedagogy? Gender and Education, 14(2): 109 - 121.

Coffey, Amanda, and Sara Delamont. (2000). Feminism and the Classroom Teacher: Research, Praxis And Pedagogy. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis.

Cohee, Gail, Elisabeth Daumer, Theresa D. Kemp, and Bernice R. Sandler. (1998). The Feminist Teacher Anthology: Pedagogies and Classroom Strategy. New York: Teachers College Press.

Crabtree, Robbin D., and David Alan Sapp. (2003). Theoretical, Political, and Pedagogical Challenges in the Feminist Classroom: Our Struggles to Walk the Walk. College Teaching, Fall, Vol. 51, Iss. 4.

Dalke, Anne French. (2002). Teaching To Learn/Learning To Teach: Meditations on the Classroom. New York: Peter Lang.

De Castell, Mary, and Mary Bryson. (eds). (1997). Radical In(ter)ventions: Identity, Politics, and Differences in Educational Praxis. New York: State University of New York Press.

de Castell, Suzanne (ed.). (1993). Canadian Review of Education (La Revue canadienne de l’Éducation), Vol. 18, No. 3, Against the Grain: Narratives of Resistance.
Introduction: 6 December 1989/1993, Je me souviens / Suzanne de Castell.
‘A Woman out of Control’: Deconstructing Sexism and Racism in the University / Roxana Ng.
Missing: Black Self-Representations in Canadian Educational Research / Annette Henry.
Nonsexist Language: A Progress Report / Deborah Kennedy.
Toward a Critical Rethinking of Feminist Pedagogical Praxis and Resistant Male Students / Deborah Orr.
Gender Issues in Education for Science and Technology: Current Situation and Prospects for Change / Sandra Acker & Keith Oatley.
Compulsory Heterosexuality in a University Classroom / Linda Eyre.
Queer Pedagogy: Praxis Makes Im/Perfect / Mary Bryson & Suzanne de Castell.

Esther Ngan-Ling Chow, Gang-Hua Fan, Joshua Joseph, Chadwick Fleck, et. al. (2003). Exploring critical feminist pedagogy: Infusing dialogue, participation, and experience in teaching and learning. Teaching Sociology, Beverly Hills: Jul., Vol. 31, Iss. 3.

Felman, Jyl Lynn. (2001). Never a Dull Moment: Teaching and the art of performance. New York & London: Routledge.

Finke, Laurie. (1993). Knowledge as Bait: Feminism, Voice, and the Pedagogical Unconscious. College English, 55(1), January, pp. 7-17.

Fischman, Gustavo E., and Nelly P. Stromquist. (2000). Imagining Teachers: Rethinking Gender Dynamics in the Classroom. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Fisher, Berenice Malka. (2001). No Angel in the Classroom: Teaching through feminist discourse. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefied.

Freire, Paolo. (1994). Pedagogy of Hope: Reliving “Pedagogy of the Oppressed.” New York: Continuum International Publishing Group.

Freire, Paolo. (2000). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. 30th anniversary ed. New York: Continuum International Publishing Group.

Fujimura-Fanselow, K. (1996). Women’s Studies and Feminist Pedagogy: critical challenges to Japanese educational values and practices. Gender and Education, 8(3): 337 - 352.

Gabriel, Susan L., and Isaiah Smithson. (eds.). (1990). Gender in the Classroom: Power and Pedagogy. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Giroux, Henry (ed.). (1991). Postmodernism, Feminism, and Cultural Politics: Rethinking Educational Boundaries. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Gitlin, Andrew. (1994). Power and Method: Political Activism and Educational Research. New York: Routledge.

Goldberger, Nancy, Jill Tarule, Blythe M. Clinchy, and Mary Belenky. (1998). Knowledge, Difference, and Power: Essays Inspired By Women’s Ways of Knowing. New York: Basic Books.

Gore, Jennifer. (1990). What Can We Do For You! What Can ‘We’ Do For ‘You’?: Struggling Over Empowerment in Critical and Feminist Pedagogy. Educational Foundations, 4(3), Summer.

Gore, Jennifer. (1992). The Struggle for Pedagogies: Critical and Feminist Discourse as Regimes of Truth. New York: Routledge.

Hart, M. (1992). Working and Educating for Life: Feminist and International Perspectives on Adult Education. London: Routledge.

Hauser, Mary, and Janice Jipson. (eds.). (1998). Intersections: Feminisms/Early Childhoods. New York: Peter Lang.

Hayes, Elisabeth, and Daniele D. Flannery. (2000). Women As Learners: The Significance Of Gender In Adult Learning. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Herideen, Penelope E. (1998). Policy, Pedagogy and Social Inequality: Community College Student Realities in Post-Industrial America. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

Hernandez, Adriana. (1997). Pedagogy, Democracy, and Feminism: Rethinking the Public Sphere. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Holland, J., M. Blair, and S. Sheldon. (eds). (1995). Debates and Issues in Feminism and Pedagogy. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters Ltd., The Open University.

Holley, L. C., C. Risley-Curtiss, T. Stott, D. R. Jackson, and R. Nelson. (2007). “It’s Not Scary”: Empowering Women Students to become Researchers. Affilia, 22(1): 99-115.

Hollingsworth, S. (1994). Feminist pedagogy in the research class: an example of teacher research. Educational Action Research, 2(1): 49 - 70.

Hughes, Kate Pritchard. (1995). How Do You Know? An Overview of Writings on Femnist Pedagogy and Epistemology. Faculty of Arts, Victoria University of Technology.

Jadwin, Lisa. (1993). Mirroring: A Strategy for Handling Hate Speech in the Classroom. Concerns, 23(1), Winter, pp. 22-28.

Kecht, Maria Regina(ed). (1992). Pedagogy is Politics: Literary Theory and Critical Teaching. Urbana: U of Illinois Press.

Keddie, A. (2006). Pedagogies and critical reflection: key understandings for transformative gender justice. Gender and Education, 18(1): 99-114.

Krubbs, Paula. (1990). Feminist Teaching, Women’s Studies, and Institutions. Text and Context, 4, Autumn, pp. 66-69.

Lambert, C., and A. Parker. (2006). Imagination, hope and the positive face of feminism: pro/feminist pedagogy in ‘post’feminist times? Studies in Higher Education, 31(4): 469-482.

Langland, Elizabeth and Walter Gove. (eds.). (1983). A Feminist Perspective in the Academy: The Difference It Makes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Larson, L.M. (2005). The Necessity of Feminist Pedagogy in a Climate of Political Backlash. Equity & Excellence in Education, 38(2): 135 - 144.

Lather, Patti. (1991). Getting Smart: Feminist Research and Pedagogy With/In the Postmodern. New York: Routledge.

Leonard, Pauline. (1998). A Passionate Subject: Representations of Desire in Feminist Pedagogy. Gender and Education, 10(1), March.

Loughlin, Kathleen A. (1993). Women’s Perceptions of Transformative Learning Experiences Within Consciousness-Raising. San Francisco: Mellen Research University Press.

Luke, Carmen, and Jennifer Gore. (eds.). (1992). Feminisms and Critical Pedagogy. New York: Routledge.

Luke, Carmen. (1992). Post-Marked From the Margins: Feminist Pedagogy and Practice. The Review of Education, 14(4).

Luke, Carmen. (ed.). (1996). Feminisms and Pedagogies of Everyday Life. New York: State University of New York Press.

Maher, Frances A., and Mary Kay Thompson Tetreault. (2001). The Feminist Classroom. Expanded ed. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Manicom, Ann. (1992). Feminist Pedagogy: Transformations, Standpoints, and Politics. Canadian Journal of Education, 17(3), Summer.

Markowitz, L. (2005). Unmasking moral dichotomies: can feminist pedagogy overcome student resistance? Gender and Education, 17(1): 39 - 55.

Markowitz, Linda. (2005). Unmasking moral dichotomies: Can feminist pedagogy overcome student resistance? Gender and Education, March, 17(1): 39-55.

Mayberry, Maralee and Ellen C. Rose. (1999). Meeting The Challenge: Innovative Feminist Pedagogies in Action. New York: Routledge.

McMahon, Brenda J. (2003). Putting the elephant into the refrigerator: Student engagement, critical pedagogy and antiracist education. McGill Journal of Education, Spring, Vol. 38, Iss. 2.

McWilliam, Erica, and Peter Taylor. (eds.). (1996). Pedagogy, Technology, and the Body. New York: Peter Lang.

McWilliam, Erica. (1999). Pedagogical Pleasures. New York: Peter Lang.

Middleton, Sue. (1993). Educating Feminists: Life Histories and Pedagogy. New York: Teachers College Press.

Minnich, Elizabeth K. (1991). Transforming Knowledge. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Moore, Melanie. (1997). Student Resistance to Course Content: Reactions to the gender of the messenger. Teaching Sociology, April, Vol. 25.

Morley, L. (1998). All you need is love: feminist pedagogy for empowerment and emotional labour in the academy. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2(1): 15 - 27.

Mullin, Joan. (1994). Feminist Theory, Feminist Pedagogy: The gap Between What We Say and What We Do. Composition Studies, 22(1), Spring.

Naples, Nancy A., and Karen Bojar . (eds.). (2002). Teaching Feminist Activism: Strategies from the Field. Routledge.

Ng, Roxanne, Pat Staton, and Joyce Scane. (eds). (1995). Anti-Racism, Feminism, and Critical Approaches to Education. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.

Paechter, Carrie F. (1998). Educating The Other: Gender, Power and Schooling. Washington, DC: Falmer Press.

Pagano, Jo Anne. (1990). Exiles and Communities: Teaching in the Patriarchal Wilderness. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Peck, Elizabeth G., and JoAnna Stephens. (eds.). (1997). Common Ground: Feminist Collaboration in the Academy. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Ritchie, Joy. (1990). Confronting the ‘Essential’ Problem: Reconnecting Feminist Theory and Pedagogy. Journal of Advanced Composition, 10(2), Fall, pp. 249-273.

Romney, Patricia, et. al. (1992). Feminist Strategies for Teaching About Oppression: The Importance of Process. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 20(1-2), Spring, pp. 95-110.

Ropers-Huilman, Becky. (1998). Feminist Teaching in Theory and Practice: Situating Power and Knowledge in Poststructural Classrooms. New York: Teachers College Press.

Ryan, Maureen. (1989). Classrooms and Contexts: The Challenge of Feminist Pedagogy. Feminist Teacher, 4(2-3), Fall.

Sattler, Cheryl L. (1997). Talking About a Revolution: The Politics & Practice of Feminist Teaching. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc.

Scanlon, Jennifer. (1993). Feminist Pedagogy and Everyday Teaching: Results of a Women’s Studies Program self-study. Transformations, 4(1), Spring.

Scanlon, Jennifer. (1993). Keeping Our Activist Selves Alive in the Classroom: Feminist Pedagogy and Political Activism. Feminist Teacher, 7(2), pp. 8-14.

Schmidt, Jan Z. (ed.). (1997). Women/Writing/Teaching. Purchase: State University of New York at Purchase.

Schuster, Marilyn R., and Susan R. Van Dyne. (eds.). (1985). Women’s Place in The Academy: Transforming The Liberal Arts Curriculum. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Shapiro, Sherry. (1998). Pedagogy And The Politics Of The Body: A Critical Praxis. New York: Garland.

Shrewsburg, Carolyn. (1993). What is Feminist Pedagogy?. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 21(3-4), Fall, pp. 8-16.

Smith, Diane. (2000). Womanlish Black Girls: Dancing Contradictions of Resistance. New York: Peter Lang.

Thayer-Bacon, Barbara. (2002). Relational (E)pistemologies. New York: Peter Lang.

Tisdell, Elizabeth J. (1995). Creating Inclusive Adult Learning Environments: Insights From Multicultural Education and Feminist Pedagogy. Collingdale, PA: DIANE Publishers.

Todd, Sharon. (ed.). (1997). Learning Desire: Perspectives on Pedagogy, Culture, and the Unsaid. New York: Routledge.

Walters, Shirley. (ed.). (1996). Gender in Popular Education: Methods for Empowerment. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press International.

Webb, L.M., K.L. Walker, and T.S. Bollis. (2004). Feminist pedagogy in the teaching of research methods. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 7(5): 415 - 428.

Weiler, Kathleen, and Sue Middleton. (eds.). (1999). Telling Women’s Lives: Narrative Inquiries In The History Of Women’s Education. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Weiler, Kathleen. (1987) Women Teaching For Change: Gender, Class And Power. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

Weiler, Kathleen. (1994). Freire and a Feminist Pedagogy of Difference. Harvard Educational Review, 61(4), November, pp. 449-474.

Winker, Barbara Scott, and Carolyn DiPalma. (eds.). (1999). Teaching Introduction To Women’s Studies: Expectations and Strategies. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

Wood, Robert. (1993). The Dialectic Suppression of Feminist Thought in Radical Pedagogy. Journal of Advanced Composition, 13(1), Winter.

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d) Political correctness

Adams, Phillip. (ed.). The Retreat From Tolerance: A Snapshot of Australian Society. Sydney: ABC Books.

Arthur, John, and Amy Shapiro. (eds). (1995). Campus Wars: Multi-Culturalism and the Politics of Difference. Boulder, CA: Westview Press .

Aufderheidi, Patricia. (ed.). (1992). Beyond PC: Toward a Politics of Understanding. Minnesota: Graywolf Press .

Baker, Nancy Baker. (1994). Confronting the PC ‘Debate’: The Politics of Identity and the American Image. NSWA Journal, 6(3), Fall.

Baker, Nancy Baker. (1994). The PC ‘Debate’: A Selected Bibliography. NSWA Journal, 6(3), Fall.

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Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood.
19th edition, 2008, Canberra, Australia. ISBN 0 646 18088 6

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