Race, Gender, and Curriculum: Theorizing Working in Womanish Ways
Race, Gender, and Curriculum Theorizing: Working in Womanish Ways recognizes and represents the significance of Black feminist and womanist theorizing within curriculum theorizing. In this collection, a vibrant group of women of color who do curriculum work reflect on a Black feminist/womanist scholar, text, and/or concept, speaking to how it has both influenced and enriched their work as scholar-activists. Black feminist and womanist theorizing plays a dynamic role in the development of women of color in academia, and gets folded into our thinking and doing as scholar-activists who teach, write, profess, express, organize, engage community, educate, do curriculum theory, heal, and love in the struggle for a more just world.
Arts and Humanities
Taliaferro, Denise; Edwards, Kirsten T.; and Guillory, Nichole A., "Race, Gender, and Curriculum: Theorizing Working in Womanish Ways" (2016). 2016 Faculty Bookshelf. 14.