Lucy E. Bailey is a feminist, activist, and assistant professor of Social Foundations and Qualitative Inquiry at Oklahoma State University, where she is also core faculty in the women's studies program. She has worked in women's studies in a variety of capacities since 1995, pursuing graduate coursework, developing curriculum, advising students, and teaching feminist theory, pedagogy, qualitative methodology, and the history of women's education, among other topics. With Nancy Rhoades, she recently edited a collection of letters written by women during the American Civil War, entitled Wanted--Correspondence: Women's Letters to a Union Soldier (Ohio University Press, 2009), and she is currently at work on an interpretive biography of a female ancestor and educator. Alice E. Ginsberg is a feminist scholar who specializes in issues of gender equity and urban education. She is the author or editor of Gender in Urban Education (2004), Gender and Educational Philanthropy (2007), and The Evolution of American Women's Studies (2008). She is currently finishing two new books: "And Finally We Meet" (2010), a collection of dialogues among feminist activists, academics, and students, and Re-framing Failure in Urban Education (2011), which focuses on the importance of using critical pedagogy in schools for "at-risk" students.
Feminist Teacher – University of Illinois Press
Published: Nov 20, 2010
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