papers identified by concept
Welcome to the concepts page of ‘Travelling Concepts in Feminist Pedagogy’.
The papers are indexed in two ways.
On the right hand side of the page you will see a list of authors, with links to their position papers.
On the left hand, you will see a list of key concepts with links to one or more papers where these concepts are explored.
These two indexing methods will allow you to enter our discussion either by reading the papers one by one, or by following your own conceptual interests.
What are the position papers?
At the beginning of our work together, we each wrote a short position paper in which we located ourselves within our own institutional, geographical, research and pedagogic contexts. Initially, this was understood as an information-sharing exercise. We found these papers so vibrant and informative that we decided to extend them to form a more direct conversation among the group partners, and to reflect our own interest in particular concepts. The papers should thus be read as a series of snapshots of a conversation about concepts in European feminist pedagogy that took place in 2004, rather than as conventional articles. They are intended to be the starting point for a broader mapping of conceptual travels.
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