- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- Indiana University Press
- 228 x 152 x 19 mm
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- 49:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 340 g
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Revenge of the Women's Studies Professor
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Although generally buoyant and jovial in tone, Revenge of the Women's Studies Professor addresses serious problems, including sexism in academia, violence against women, and the unceasing backlash against feminism and women's studies in both the academic community and the population at large. Based on her own and her students' actual experiences, Dr. Morris's examination of such concerns is as revealing as it is insightful.9/10/2009 * History News Network * Professor Morris's book, like her play (and indeed her career), seeks to educate as wide an audience as possible about the nature and value of women's studies while using humor to both expose and mitigate the sting of the backlash. . . . Based on her own and her students' actual experiences, Dr. Morris's examination of such concerns is as revealing as it is insightful.August 2009 * H-Net Reviews *
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Bonnie J. Morris is a scholar, teacher, writer, and performer. Her six books include Eden Built by Eves, Girl Reel, and Lubavitcher Women in America. She lives in Washington, D.C.
Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: So, What Do You Do for a Living? 1. Scene One, 1973: My First Women's Studies Class 2. Scene Two, 1983: You're Getting a Ph.D. in What? 3. Scene Three, 1986: Exams and Evaluations 4. Scene Four, 1987: Can I Talk to You in Private? 5. Scene Five, 1989: Do We Have to Have So Much Women's History? 6. Scene Six, 1990: Driving a U-Haul to Harvard 7. Scene Seven, 1992: Fear of the Word Woman 8. Scene Eight, 1993: Teaching Where Hell Freezes Over 9. Scene Nine, 1993: Women Studies Goes Global 10. Scene Ten, 1995: Educating President Clinton Conclusion: Mainstreaming Women's Studies in America Bibliography