By A. Ginsberg
This ebook is produced from reflections via diversified women’s stories students, targeting the various ways that the sphere has advanced from its first advent within the collage atmosphere to the current day.
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Zimmerman (2005) has written: There is no women’s studies without feminism . . Feminism is what turns the study of women into women’s studies. Gender studies might or might not be feminist. Gay and lesbian, or sexuality studies might or might not be feminist. Ethnic studies or cultural studies might or might not be feminist. But women’s studies must be feminist or it is not women’s studies. (37) The question of what to call women’s studies has continued into the twenty-first century and is not likely to go away any time soon, as students and teacher grapple with what it means to engage in political discourse in the university.
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Women’s Studies Quarterly, 30(3 and 4): 209–225. Zimmerman, B. (2005). L. Kennedy and A. ), Women’s Studies for the future. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 31–39. This page intentionally left blank Part Two Reflections This page intentionally left blank 1 A Personal and Epistemological Journey toward Women’s Studies Margaret Smith Crocco Introduction Alice Ginsberg’s invitation to write this chapter presented authors with a number of questions to which they were asked to respond.