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Without a word : teaching beyond women's silence

Much educational writing has centred on efforts to provide a safe stage from which women can speak and be heard. This work raises the question of women's silence from a radical perspective, lending a theoretical basis and sophistication to this important educational issue.
Print Book, English, 1993
Routledge, New York, 1993
xi, 207 pages ; 24 cm
9780415905930, 9780415905947, 0415905931, 041590594X
Framing women and silence: Disrupting the hierarchy of discursive practices
Taking (our) place in the academy
Learning femininity: Schooling and the struggle for self
De/siring the text: Feminist student in the classroom
Interrupting patriarchy: Feminist teacher in the classroom
After the words