The Resource Minds of our own : inventing feminist scholarship and women's studies in Canada and Quebec, 1966-76, edited by Wendy Robbins ... [et al.]

Minds of our own : inventing feminist scholarship and women's studies in Canada and Quebec, 1966-76, edited by Wendy Robbins ... [et al.]

Label
Minds of our own : inventing feminist scholarship and women's studies in Canada and Quebec, 1966-76
Title
Minds of our own
Title remainder
inventing feminist scholarship and women's studies in Canada and Quebec, 1966-76
Statement of responsibility
edited by Wendy Robbins ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
NLC
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1181.C2
LC item number
M56 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1948-2017
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Robbins, Wendy
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women's studies
  • Women scholars
  • Women's studies
  • Feminism and education
  • Discrimination in higher education
  • Feminists
  • Études sur les femmes
  • Savantes
  • Études sur les femmes
  • Féminisme et éducation
  • Discrimination dans l'enseignement supérieur
  • Féministes
  • Hochschule
  • Feminismus
  • Sexismus
  • Hochschullehrerin
  • Diskriminierung
  • Frauenforschung
  • Diskriminierung
  • Feminismus
  • Frauenforschung
  • Hochschule
  • Hochschullehrerin
  • Sexismus
  • Discrimination in higher education
  • Feminism and education
  • Feminists
  • Women scholars
  • Women's studies
  • Kanada
  • Kanada
  • Canada
  • Québec
Label
Minds of our own : inventing feminist scholarship and women's studies in Canada and Quebec, 1966-76, edited by Wendy Robbins ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 357-388) and index
Contents
Women's organizations (before 1960) -- Women's changing social positon -- The women's movement of the 1960s and 1970s -- Women in post-secondary education -- Feminist scholarship and women's studies -- Creating a tradition of Canadian women writers and feminsist literary criticism / Clara Thomas -- Mother was not a person, so I become a feminist / Marguerite Andersen -- Fanning fires: Women's studies in a school of social work / Helen Levine with Faith Schneider -- Feminism: A critcal theory of knowledge / Marie-Andrée Bertrand -- Women's studies: A personal story / Dorothy E. Smith -- Contributing to the establishment of women's studies and gender relations / Anita Caron -- Feminism and a scholarly friendship / Jill Ker Conway and Natalie Zemon Davis -- Midwife to the birth of women's studies at McGill / Margaret Gillett -- How the Simone de Beauvoir Institute of Concordia University grew from unlikely beginnings / Maïr Verthyuy -- Moments in the making of a feminist historian / Alison Prentice -- Doing feminist studies without knowing it / Micheline Dumont -- A matrix of creativity / Frieda Johles Forman -- Transforming the academy and the world / Deborah Gorham -- Reminiscences of a male supporter of the movement towrds women's liberation and social equality / Leslie Marshall -- You just had to be there / Greta Hofmann Nemiroff -- The second wave: A personal voyage / Sandra Pyke -- A lifetime of struggles to belong / Vanaja Dhruvarajan -- Once upon a time there was the feminist movements ... and then there was feminist studies / Nadia Fahmy-Eid -- Women's studies at he University of Alberta / Rosalind Sydie, Patricia Prestwich, and Dallas Cullen -- Women's studies and the trajectory of women in academe / Annette Kolodny -- Women's studies at Simon Fraser University, 1966-76: A dialogue / Andrea Lebowitz, Honoree Newcombe, and Meredith M. Kimball -- Nascent, incipient, embryonic, and ceremonial women's studies / Linda Christiansen-Ruffman -- To challenge the world / Margrit Eichler -- From male and female roles to sex and gender relations: A scientific and political trajectory / Danielle Juteau -- Second wave breaks on the shore of U of T / Lorna Marsden -- Surviving political science ... and loving it / Jill Vickers -- Blood on the chapel floor: Adventures in women's studies / Kay Armatage -- Genesis of a journal / Donna E. Smyth -- The saga / Marylee Stephenson -- Coming fo age with women's studies / Meredith M. Kimball -- Doing women's studies / Pat Armstrong -- Pioneer in feminist political economy: Overcoming the disjuncture / Joan McFarland -- Women's studies at Guelph / Terry Crowley -- Women's studies: Oppression and liberation in the university / Meg Luxton -- Reflections on teaching and writing feminist philosophy in the 1970s / Susan Sherwin -- From marginalized to "establishment": Doing feminist sociology in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand / Maureen Baker -- "To ring true and stand for something" / Wendy Robbins -- Socialist feminist and activist educator / Linda Briskin -- My path to feminist philosophy, 1970-76 / Christine Overall -- Women's sight: Looking backwards into women's studies in Toronto / Ceta Ramkhalawansingh -- The patriarchal context -- Countervailing social movements -- Intersections of gender, racialization, class, and sexual orientation -- Inventing a new scholarship and new sturctures -- Disciplinarity and/or interdisciplinarity -- Student-teacher relations -- Personal impacts -- Interesting times
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 398 p.
Isbn
9781554580378
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009277467
System control number
  • (OCoLC)184738260
  • (OCoLC)ocn184738260
Label
Minds of our own : inventing feminist scholarship and women's studies in Canada and Quebec, 1966-76, edited by Wendy Robbins ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 357-388) and index
Contents
Women's organizations (before 1960) -- Women's changing social positon -- The women's movement of the 1960s and 1970s -- Women in post-secondary education -- Feminist scholarship and women's studies -- Creating a tradition of Canadian women writers and feminsist literary criticism / Clara Thomas -- Mother was not a person, so I become a feminist / Marguerite Andersen -- Fanning fires: Women's studies in a school of social work / Helen Levine with Faith Schneider -- Feminism: A critcal theory of knowledge / Marie-Andrée Bertrand -- Women's studies: A personal story / Dorothy E. Smith -- Contributing to the establishment of women's studies and gender relations / Anita Caron -- Feminism and a scholarly friendship / Jill Ker Conway and Natalie Zemon Davis -- Midwife to the birth of women's studies at McGill / Margaret Gillett -- How the Simone de Beauvoir Institute of Concordia University grew from unlikely beginnings / Maïr Verthyuy -- Moments in the making of a feminist historian / Alison Prentice -- Doing feminist studies without knowing it / Micheline Dumont -- A matrix of creativity / Frieda Johles Forman -- Transforming the academy and the world / Deborah Gorham -- Reminiscences of a male supporter of the movement towrds women's liberation and social equality / Leslie Marshall -- You just had to be there / Greta Hofmann Nemiroff -- The second wave: A personal voyage / Sandra Pyke -- A lifetime of struggles to belong / Vanaja Dhruvarajan -- Once upon a time there was the feminist movements ... and then there was feminist studies / Nadia Fahmy-Eid -- Women's studies at he University of Alberta / Rosalind Sydie, Patricia Prestwich, and Dallas Cullen -- Women's studies and the trajectory of women in academe / Annette Kolodny -- Women's studies at Simon Fraser University, 1966-76: A dialogue / Andrea Lebowitz, Honoree Newcombe, and Meredith M. Kimball -- Nascent, incipient, embryonic, and ceremonial women's studies / Linda Christiansen-Ruffman -- To challenge the world / Margrit Eichler -- From male and female roles to sex and gender relations: A scientific and political trajectory / Danielle Juteau -- Second wave breaks on the shore of U of T / Lorna Marsden -- Surviving political science ... and loving it / Jill Vickers -- Blood on the chapel floor: Adventures in women's studies / Kay Armatage -- Genesis of a journal / Donna E. Smyth -- The saga / Marylee Stephenson -- Coming fo age with women's studies / Meredith M. Kimball -- Doing women's studies / Pat Armstrong -- Pioneer in feminist political economy: Overcoming the disjuncture / Joan McFarland -- Women's studies at Guelph / Terry Crowley -- Women's studies: Oppression and liberation in the university / Meg Luxton -- Reflections on teaching and writing feminist philosophy in the 1970s / Susan Sherwin -- From marginalized to "establishment": Doing feminist sociology in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand / Maureen Baker -- "To ring true and stand for something" / Wendy Robbins -- Socialist feminist and activist educator / Linda Briskin -- My path to feminist philosophy, 1970-76 / Christine Overall -- Women's sight: Looking backwards into women's studies in Toronto / Ceta Ramkhalawansingh -- The patriarchal context -- Countervailing social movements -- Intersections of gender, racialization, class, and sexual orientation -- Inventing a new scholarship and new sturctures -- Disciplinarity and/or interdisciplinarity -- Student-teacher relations -- Personal impacts -- Interesting times
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 398 p.
Isbn
9781554580378
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009277467
System control number
  • (OCoLC)184738260
  • (OCoLC)ocn184738260

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