C at h r y n Bailey is a professor and chair Car ey K a p l a n is a professor of Eng- of the philosophy department at Minnesota State University. Her work centers on feminist philosophy, most recently on the raced and gendered nature of animal rights discourse and on the educational philosopher Anna Julia Cooper. M art ha Copp is an associate professor and the chair of the sociology department at East Tennessee State University. She is co-author (with Sherryl Kleinman) of Emotions and Fieldwork (Sage, 1993). She recently published "Making Sexism Visible: Birdcages, Martians, and Pregnant Men" (Teaching Sociology 2006), co-authored with Sherryl Kleinman and Kent Sandstrom. Wad e edWardS is an assistant professor of French at Longwood University, where he also serves as co-director of the Women's and Gender Studies program. He has written on the gender ambiguity in Emile Zola's Rougon-Macquart novels and has traced the origins of Pierre de Coubertin's modern Olympic movement to the fin-desiecle crisis in masculinity. lish literature at Saint Michael's College, where she is currently director of the Gender Studies program. She has published works on Doris Lessing as well as a feminist examination of the
Feminist Teacher – University of Illinois Press
Published: Mar 6, 2008
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