Tilting the tower: lesbians, teaching, queer subjects
Includes bibliographical references. Introduction / Linda Garber -- 1. On Being a Change Agent: Teacher as Text, Homophobia as Context / Mary L. Mittler and Amy Blumenthal -- 2. Explicit Instruction: Talking Sex in the Classroom / Wendy Chapkis -- 3. The Romance of Class and Queers: Academic Erotic Zones / Michele Aina Barale -- 4. Classroom Coming Out Stories: Practical Strategies for Productive Self-Disclosure / Kate Adams and Kim Emery -- 5. Small-Group Pedagogy: Consciousness Raising in Conservative Times / Estelle B. Freedman -- 6. The Pocahontas Paradigm, or Will the Subaltern Please Shut Up? / Maia Ettinger -- 7. Cultural Conflict: Introducing the Queer in Mexican-American Literature Classes / Maria C. Gonzalez -- 8. Collaborating with Clio: Teaching Lesbian History / Cynthia D. Nieb -- 9. There's No Place like Home? Lesbian Studies and the Classics / Ann Pellegrini -- 10. Straight but Not Narrow: A Gynetic Approach to the Teaching of Lesbian Literature / Sally L. Kitch -- 11. Heterosexual Teacher, Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Text: Teaching the Sexual Other(s) / AnnLouise Keating -- 12. Breaking the Silence: Sexual Preference in the Composition Classroom / Allison Berg, Jean Kowaleski, Caroline Le Guin, Ellen Weinauer and Eric A. Wolfe -- 13. "Type Normal like the Rest of Us": Writing, Power, and Homophobia in the Networked Composition Classroom / Alison Regan -- 14. Lesbian/Gay Role Models in the Classroom: Where Are They When You Need Them? / Janet Pollak -- 15. Reading, Writing, and Rita Mae Brown: Lesbian Literature in High School / Nancy Boutilier -- 16. Out in the Curriculum, Out in the Classroom: Teaching History and Organizing for Change / Barbara Blinick -- 17. Working with Queer Young People on Oppression Issues and Alliance Building / Donna Keiko Ozawa -- 18. Forging the Future, Remembering Our Roots: Building Multicultural, Feminist Lesbian and Gay Studies / Merle Woo -- 19. Humanity Is Not a Luxury: Some Thoughts on a Recent Passing / Sharon P. Holland -- 20. "The Very House of Difference": Toward a More Queerly Defined Multiculturalism / Polly Pagenhart -- 21. Moving the Pink Agenda into the Ivory Tower: The "Berkeley Guide" to Institutionalizing Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies / Alisa Klinger -- 22. Creating a Nonhomophobic Atmosphere on a College Campus / Nancy Stoller -- 23. Tau(gh)t Connections: Experiences of a "Mixed-Blood, Disabled, Lesbian Student" / Anneliese Truame -- 24. "Still Here": Ten Years Later . . . / doris davenport -- 25. Out as a Lesbian, Out as a Jew: And Nothing Untoward Happened? / Evelyn Torton Beck -- 26. The Ins and Outs of a Lesbian Academic / Mary Klages -- 27. Queering the Profession, or Just Professionalizing Queers? / Sarah Chinn -- 28. Life on the Fault Line: Lesbian Resistance to the Anti-PC Debate / Toni A. H. McNaron -- 29. Gay and Lesbian Studies: Yet Another Unhappy Marriage? / Jacquelyn N. Zita.
- LCC: HQ75.5
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: xii, 280 p. ; 23 cm.
- Edition Info: (HB)
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