Title

Teaching gender in other classrooms: A view from the outside

Source of Publication

Teaching Gender and Sex in Contemporary America

Abstract

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016. As our teaching contexts change, so does our pedagogy. What may be acceptable feminist reading of texts, topics, and issues in one geographical/regional/national context, may not be how we teach in other places and spaces. Students come with their learning, and as teachers when we meet those internalized notions in a classroom, we alter our ways of knowing so that both students and teachers find the space to hear each other, even to honor each other’s learning. It is a delicate dance. To facilitate new forms of learning and teaching, the exchange happens in nuanced ways so that neither the learner nor the teacher is negated. Teaching gender in varied contexts like southwest and south Asia, an academic confronts her own habits of learning. Negotiating time and space, she/I learned that stretching or contracting the limits of the ‘acceptable’ is a challenge that is layered by her own subjectivities and those of her/my students.

Document Type

Article

ISBN

9783319303642,9783319303628

Publisher

Springer International Publishing

First Page

255

Last Page

264

Publication Date

1-1-2016

DOI

10.1007/978-3-319-30364-2_25

Author First name, Last name, Institution

Jyoti Grewal, Zayed University

Scopus ID

84978224339

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