Table of contents for Knowing feminisms : on academic borders, territories and tribes / edited by Liz Stanley.


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Introduction
On Academic Borders, Territories, Tribes and Knowledges
Whose Women's Studies? Whose Philosophy? Whose Borderland? - Anne Seller
Feminist Pedagogy to the Letter - Gina Mercer
A Musing on Contradictions
Negotiating the Frontier - Mary Evans
Women and Resistance in the Contemporary Academy
In Law and Outlaw? The Tale of a Journey - Angela Montgomery
Nursing the Academy - Jean Orr
Bordering on Change - Chris Corrin
Still Seeking Transformation - Sue Wilkinson
Feminist Challenges to Psychology
Feminist Theology - Elaine Graham
Myth, Mystery or Monster?
What Are Feminist Academics For? - Sue Wise
Dancing between Hemispheres - Carol Brown
Negotiating Routes for the Dancer-Academic
A Fantasy of Belonging? - Johanna Alberti
Identity and Representation - Uma Kothari
Experiences of Teaching a Neo-Colonial Discipline
Borderline Crosstalk - Ailbhe Smyth
Writing the Borders - Liz Stanley
Episodic and Theoretic Thoughts on Not//Belonging
What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This? The Ambivalences of Professional Feminism - Kathy Davis
Knowing Feminisms and Passing Women
A Conclusion



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women's studies.
Feminism.
Education, Higher -- Curricula.