Review of Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives

By Christianne F. Collantes “Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives” (Edited by Sara de Jong and Sanne Koevoets)   This book is available free for download from the Atgender website. Please follow this link    As a former student of Women and Gender Studies (now embarking on the doctoral path and transitioning into becoming an educator…

Is it me? Teaching gender history …

by Joanne Bailey This post was originally published here I’ve been working on a second-year module this week that has a new title and upgrade:Culture, Community and Family in Britain 1660-1918. I’m pretty pleased with it as I’ve organised it to cover some of the topics I think are really exciting and which will help students…

Teaching Gender in the Classroom

by Heidi Yeandle, Swansea University     Another year, and another new batch of undergraduates to welcome to the world of Gender Studies. For the third consecutive year I am leading seminars for the introductory Approaches to Gender in English Literature module at Swansea University. This year, once again, the syllabus has been revamped, and…