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Women Activating Agency in Academia
Metaphors, Manifestos and Memoir
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Alison L. Black is a narrative researcher and early childhood educator. Her arts-based research and scholarly work seeks to foster connectedness, community, wellbeing and meaning-making through the building of reflective and creative lives and identities. Ali is interested in storied and visual approaches for dismantling personal/professional binaries and representing lives. Her research and writing is concerned with the power and impact of collaborative and relational knowledge construction. Susanne Garvis is Professor of Child and Youth Studies in the Department of Education, Communication and Learning, University of Gothenburg. Her focus is the field of early childhood education. Susanne has been involved in Australian, European and international research projects and is the current organizer of the Nordic Early Childhood Systems Approach Research Group.
List of figures; List of contributors; Preface; Chapter 1 Telling stories, gaining wisdom: putting our voices into our practice; Chapter 2 You're not alone: discovering the power of sharing life narratives as academic women; Chapter 3 Responding to longings for slow scholarship: writing ourselves into being; Chapter 4 "We would love to have you over . . . ": building career capital in a new academic environment; Chapter 5 How yoga taught me about vocation; Chapter 6 Intergenerational bodies: women's knowledge production in supervisory relations; Chapter 7 Feasible utopias and affective flows in the academy: a mobilisation of hope and optimism; Chapter 8 Beyond silence and conformity: a reflection on academic activism as resistance to managerialism in the contemporary university; Chapter 9 Academia as therapy; Chapter 10 Travellers: traversing the academic landscape: a dialogue; Chapter 11 Confronting, collaborating, and crafting: an enlivening methodology for academic ecojustice activism; Chapter 12 Women writing to ourselves: rescuing the girl child from androcentricity; Chapter 13 Embracing the power of the self as a female scholar; Chapter 14 Vulnerability: an uncomfortable means to a positive place; Chapter 15 PhD: Pivotal Heart Development; Chapter 16 Stretching the elastic: can we change the heart of university management?; Chapter 17 To care for self and others: a collaborative conversation; Chapter 18 I am the compliant academic; Afterword; Index