Jesuit and feminist education : intersections in teaching and learning for the twenty-first century
- 1st ed.
- New York : Fordham University Press, 2012.
- Physical description
- xiv, 361 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LC493 .J355 2012
- Unknown LC493 .J355 2012
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -338) and index.
- "Do as I do, not as I say": the pedagogy of action / Elizabeth A. Dreyer
- Mary, the hidden catalyst: reflections from an Ignatian pilgrimage to Spain and Rome / Margo J. Heydt and Sarah J. Melcher
- Early Jesuit pedagogy and the subordination of women: resources from the ratio studiorum / Colleen McCluskey
- "The personal is political": at the intersections of feminist and Jesuit education / Jocelyn M. Boryczka and Elizabeth A. Petrino
- Paideia and the political process: the unexplored coincidence of Jesuit and feminist pedagogical visions / Paul Lakeland
- Feminist pedagogy, the Ignatian paradigm, and service-learning: distinctive roots, common objectives, and intriguing challenges / Robbin D. Crabtree, Joseph A. DeFeo, and Melissa M. Quan
- The intersection of race, class, and gender in Jesuit and feminist education: finding transcendent meaning in the concrete / M. Shawn Copeland
- Teaching for social justice in the engaged classroom: the intersection of Jesuit and feminist moral philosophies / Karen L. Slattery ... [et al.]
- Transformative education in a broken world: feminist and Jesuit pedagogy on the importance of context / Theresa Weynand Tobin
- Consciousness-raising as discernment: using Jesuit and feminist pedagogies in a Protestant classroom / Mary J. Henold
- De Certeau and "making do": the case of gay men and lesbians on a Jesuit campus / David Gudelunas
- Textual deviance: Eve Ensler's the Vagina monologues and Catholic campuses / Heather Hathaway, Gregory J. O'Meara, and Stephanie Quade
- Tilling the soil: preparing women for the vocation of ministry: a challenge and call / Susan M. Mountin
- Women in Jesuit higher education: ten years later / Susan A. Ross.
- Publication date
- edited by Jocelyn M. Boryczka and Elizabeth A. Petrino.