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Talking Back” from Discourse

Sisterhood: Political Solidarity between Women” from Feminist Review

“For me teaching is political work and the classroom a space for radical political action. It is subversive to make the university a site for education for critical consciousness, for politicization—and it is difficult. It is not a course of action that ensures acceptance or prolonged employment.”


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Discourse, Vol. 8, SHE, THE INAPPROPRIATE/D OTHER (Fall-Winter 86-87), pp. 123-128
Wayne State University Press
Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media, No. 36 (1989), pp. 15-23
Drake Stutesman; Wayne State University Press
Feminist Review, No. 23, Socialist-Feminism: Out of the Blue (Summer, 1986), pp. 125-138
Sage Publications, Inc.