Doing Women's Studies on the Sly at LaGuardia Community College

Clark, J. Elizabeth; Hogan, Katie
September 2002
Women's Studies Quarterly;Fall/Winter2002, Vol. 30 Issue 3/4, p82
Academic Journal
Reports on the establishment of an institutional need for a women's studies program. Difficulty of working environment created for female faculty members; Use of feminist/collaborative teaching methods; Advantages of an academic institutional structure committed to women's and diversity studies.


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