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Categories: Reflections | Comments Off on Kumashiro and Consciousness-Raising

So, I’m in the midst of re-reading Kevin Kumashiro’s Troubling Education: Queer Activism and Anti-oppressive Pedagogy for my feminist pedagogies class this afternoon. I have already mentioned his work–particularly his idea about shifting the goal of pedagogy from understanding to effect and the influence it has had on my vision of a troublemaking pedagogy (I […]

Categories: The "Finished" Product, Week 6: August 13 | Comments Off on On VCR

Well, here it is. All 439 words. Central to our arguments about accessibility and the transformative and transgressive potential of blogging and feminist pedagogy is this belief: blogging while teaching and teaching with blogs in the feminist classroom allows us to engage in feminist consciousness-raising practices in online, offline and online/offline spaces. Borrowing from Tracy […]

We had an amazing meeting on Friday, so amazing that we had so many notes to write up which is why I wasn’t able to post until now! These notes might also be a little disjointed as SLP and I both mentioned that we were super tired from a long week of work and were […]

So, I know this is a part of our “official” plans for what we were supposed to do this week but I think it connects because I was reviewing some resources I had put aside as I was preparing for our discussion on “Creating Community” and I think that we’ve mentioned that a further way […]

Categories: Week 4: July 30 | Comments Off on Random Thoughts

Hey KCF! Since we are interested in linking feminist blogging with feminist consciousness-raising, I thought that I better review Tracy L.M. Kennedy’s article on blogging and virtual consciousness-raising (which you link to in your post) before our meeting on Friday. I like this passage: There are several specific ways in which blogging as a virtual […]

I just (finally) listened to Visibility 3 and 4. Some great stuff, including my admission that I just saw Eclipse. Here are some of the ideas I want to highlight: Blogs provide us with the opportunity to rethink and experiment with new ways of evaluating our students. We can give feedback (without grades because of privacy […]

Categories: More stuff to read | Comments Off on Brief thought on feminist CR

I was just skimming through my course blog and I found a brief entry that I wrote for the class on the potential links between bell hooks, feminist consciousness-raising and blogging. Normally I would have posted this as a comment on your entry. However, I don’t think you can post HTML on comments in this […]

Categories: Reflections | 2 Comments

It’s funny how you mention the kitchen table (side note – I like the blog you found, it looks like an awesome project). In my methods chapter of my dissertation I actually re-visioned it as a discussion around the various types of intimacies that emerge while doing oral histories in the context in which I […]