Wednesday, March 19, 2014, 3:30-4:30 PM
Center for Faculty Excellence, 316 Gannett Center
Co-Sponsored by Women's Studies
A RoundTable Discussion Led by Bhavani Arabandi (IC Sociology), Mary Bentley (IC HPPE), Alexandra Rutherford (Psychology & Women's Studies, York University, Toronto), and Dafna Hornike (Cornell University Romance Studies)
In this roundtable participants reflect on what feminist pedagogy means and how feminist principles can be incorporated into teaching in a more deliberate way. What are the challenges of being a feminist teacher? What are the benefits? What can students gain and where does resistance reside? What can we learn from other models? Finally, what struggles and inspiration have we experienced in trying to create critical consciousness in the classroom? We look forward to meeting and learning from colleagues across campus.
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