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Barnard, Ian – Feminist Teacher, 1993
Describes reactions by college students to an antihomophobic classroom pedagogy. Asserts that homosexual and bisexual students need to see themselves represented in the classroom. Presents a 30-item selected bibliography addressing this issue. (CFR)
Descriptors: Course Content, Higher Education, Homosexuality, Lesbianism
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Saul, Jean Rannells – Feminist Teacher, 1992
Describes the organization and implementation of a women's studies conference. Discusses fund raising, identifying speakers, developing publicity, local arrangement efforts, and providing hospitality. Includes nine recommendations and a suggested conference timeline. (CFR)
Descriptors: Committees, Conferences, Females, Feminism
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Burnier, DeLysa – Feminist Teacher, 1992
Asserts that courses in public administration provide special challenges for feminist instructors because men and women do not always have the same career opportunities or experiences. Describes the content and teaching procedures of a Principles of Public Administration course designed to consider women's issues. (CFR)
Descriptors: Course Content, Course Descriptions, Educational Strategies, Government Employees
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Rosser, Sue V. – Feminist Teacher, 1989
Presents five exercises, based on the "Chilly Climate" papers, designed to enhance faculty and staff sensitivity to the need of providing a comfortable learning environment for women. Covers definition of sexism, pronouns as power, gender differences in experiences with sexism, incorporating feminist scholarship into traditional courses,…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational Environment, Faculty Development, Females
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Carpenter, Lynette – Feminist Teacher, 1989
Exhorts feminist educators to support feminist administrators. Discusses the problems feminist administrators face in working within patriarchal institutions. Maintains that feminist administrators are not in it for money, power or prestige; but rather for the opportunity to effect change within educational institutions. (RW)
Descriptors: College Administration, Colleges, Educational Change, Females