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  1. Books for this module 14 items
    1. A feminist manifesto for education - Miriam E. David 2016

      Book 

    2. The Sage handbook of gender and education - Christine Skelton, Becky Francis, Lisa Smulyan 2006

      Book 

    3. Introducing gender and women's studies 2015

      Book 

    4. Children, sexuality and sexualization - R. Danielle Egan, Emma Renold, Jessica Ringrose 2015

      Book 

    5. The Routledge international handbook of the sociology of education - Michael W. Apple, Stephen Ball, Luís Armando Gandin 2010

      Book 

  2. Session 1 - Introduction to GSFEL: Essential readings 5 items
    1. The SAGE Handbook of Gender and Education - Christine Skelton, , Becky Francis, , and Lisa Smulyan 2006/2012

      Book  Becky Francis's chapter 'The Nature of Gender' is available to read online or to download

    2. Additional Readings 4 items
      1. The Sage handbook of gender and education - Christine Skelton, Becky Francis, Lisa Smulyan 2006

        Book 

  3. Session 2 - Waves / History of Feminisms: Essential readings 10 items
    1. Additional readings 8 items
      1. The following selections from The Essential Feminist Reader:

         

        - Emmeline Pankhurst, Suffrage Speech at the Old Bailey, England 1912 (pp.192-198)

        - Betty Friedan, The Feminist Mystique (US, 1963) (pp.269-282)

        - Cohambee River Collective, 'A Black Feminist Statement' (US, 1977) (pp.325-330)

        - Rebecca Walker, Becoming the Third Wave (US 1992) (pp.397-401)

         

        Please note the library is not able to digitise these due to copyright restrictions, photocopies ot be handed out.

      2. The essential feminist reader - Estelle B. Freedman 2007

        Book  See below for selections to read.

      3. Reclaiming the f word: the new feminist movement - Catherine Redfern, Kristin Aune 2010

        Book 

      4. Reclaiming the F word: feminism today - Catherine Redfern, Kristin Aune 2013

        Book 

      5. Rage becomes her : the power of women's anger 2018

        Book Optional Not yet in UCL library

      6. Rage becomes her : the power of women's anger 2018

        Book  Not yet available in the UCL library

  4. Session 3 - Intersectionality: Essential readings 11 items
    1. Additional reading 9 items
      1. Race, gender and educational desire: an inaugural professorial lecture - Heidi Safia Mirza, University of London. Institute of Education 2008

        Book 

      2. Material feminisms - Stacy Alaimo, Susan J. Hekman 2008

        Book 

      3. Race, masculinity and schooling: Muslim boys and education - Louise Archer 2003

        Book 

      4. We should all be feminists - Liberated Library. 2015

        Book Optional Not yet in library

  5. Session 4 - Gender and Achievement debates: Essential readings 11 items
    1. Postfeminist education?: girls and the sexual politics of schooling - Jessica Ringrose 2013

      Book Essential Read introduction and Chapter 1

    2. Additional Readings 8 items
      1. The Sage handbook of gender and education - Christine Skelton, Becky Francis, Lisa Smulyan 2006

        Book 

      2. A feminist manifesto for education - Miriam E. David 2016

        Book 

  6. Session 5 - Teacher and youth feminisms in secondary education: Essential readings 8 items
    1. Additional Readings 6 items
      1. Girlhood and the Politics of Place - Claudia Mitchell, Carrie Rentschler 2016

        Book 

      2. Making Sexism Visible: Birdcages, Martians, and Pregnant Men - Sherryl Kleinman, Martha Copp, Kent Sandstrom 04/2006

        Article 

  7. Session 6 - Using social media for gender activisms: Essential readings 10 items
    1. “Stumbling Upon Feminism” - Crystal Kim, Jessica Ringrose 2018-06-1

      Article 

    2. Additional Readings 8 items
      1. TO ORDER, Forthcoming MArch 2018

        Lawrence, E and Ringrose J. (2017). @NoToFeminism, #FeministsAreUgly and Misandry Memes: How social media feminist humour is calling out anti-feminism in J. Keller and M. Ryan, Emergent feminisms and the challenge to postfeminist media cultures

      2. eGirls, eCitizens - Valerie M. Steeves, Jane Bailey 2015

        Book 

      3. VIRTUAL FEMINISMS - Jessalynn Marie Keller 04/2012

        Article 

  8. Session 7 - The Queer Child: Essential readings 8 items
    1. Queer theory and childhood - Janssen, Diederik F. 2012

      Book Recommended The full version of this is not currently available at UCL, but there is a short online version that you should look at.

    2. Additional Readings 6 items
      1. Queer worlding childhood - Affrica Taylor, Mindy Blaise 04/05/2014

        Article 

  9. Session 8 - Masculinities: Essential readings 10 items
    1. Additional Readings 9 items
      1. Children, sexuality and sexualization - R. Danielle Egan, Emma Renold, Jessica Ringrose 2015

        Book 

      2. Children, sexuality and sexualization - R. Danielle Egan, Emma Renold, Jessica Ringrose 2015

        Book 

  10. Session 9 - Gender-based violence: Essential readings 21 items
    1. Additional Readings 19 items
      1. School experiences of transgender and gender diverse students in Australia - Tiffany Jones, Elizabeth Smith, Roz Ward, Jennifer Dixon 03/03/2016

        Article 

      2. Homophobia, sexual orientation and schools: a review and implications for action - Peter Aggleton, Elaine Chase, Ian Warwick, Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills c2004

        Book 

  11. Session 10 - Sexuality and sex education: Essential readings 23 items
    1. Additional Readings 22 items
      1. Children, sexuality and sexualization - R. Danielle Egan, Emma Renold, Jessica Ringrose 2015

        Book 

      2. Headscarves and Porno-Chic - Linda Duits, Liesbet van Zoonen 05/2006

        Article 

      3. Living west, facing east - Fida Sanjakdar 2012

        Book  Not yet in UCL library

      4. Youth and sexualities: pleasure, subversion, and insubordination in and out of schools - Mary Louise Rasmussen, Eric E. Rofes, Susan Talburt 2004

        Book 

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