Creating an Inclusive College Curriculum: A Teaching Sourcebook from the New Jersey Project

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  • ISBN-13: 9780807762837
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Series: Athene Series
  • Pages: 432

Table of Contents

Introduction: Received Ideas and Curriculum Transformation
Pt. I Creating a Statewide Curriculum Project
1 Transforming the Curriculum: The New Jersey Project Experience 13
2 Sustaining the Curriculum Transformation Process: After the First Year 24
3 Institutionalizing Curriculum Change: College and University Administrators Discuss the Issues 31
4 Curriculum Transformation at a 2-Year College: Two Views from Brookdale Community College 37
5 Curriculum Transformation at a 4-Year College: Taking the First Steps 44
6 Involving Faculty in Curriculum Transformation: Overcoming Resistance at Richard Stockton College 51
Pt. II Rethinking Course Content, Perspective, and Pedagogy
7 The Politics of Discourse and the End of Argument 59
8 Teaching About Affirmative Action 70
9 Teaching About Gender, Ethnicity, Race, and Class: Using African Biography and Autobiography 82
10 Critical Science Scholarship and Curriculum: Beyond Androcentrism 90
11 "Mainlining" Transformation in the General Education Curriculum 100
12 Teaching Art History: Recognizing Alterity 109
13 Teaching Psychoanalytic Theory in the Feminist Classroom 118
14 Using Intuition, Emotion, and Personal Story to Teach Multicultural Literature 124
15 Journal Writing as Feminist Pedagogy 131
Pt. III Syllabi and Narratives
16 Change in Societies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Modern History 139
17 Africana Women: Two Decades of Evolving Historical Perspectives at Trenton State College 147
18 Immigrant Women in the New World: African and Caribbean Communities and Cultures 158
19 Women, Culture, and Society: Introduction to Women's Studies 165
20 A Course in the History of Western Sexuality 178
21 Women in the Middle East: A History Tutorial 187
22 Women Artists: Changing the Course of History 195
23 Teaching Diversity in Western Philosophy and Religion 201
24 Racism and Sexism in the United States: Introduction to Women's Studies 209
25 Teaching Difference: Two Courses - Homosexuality & Society and AIDS & Gender 219
26 Teaching Queer: Bringing Lesbian and Gay Studies into the Community College Classroom 228
27 Women in Technological Cultures 235
28 Environmental Science: A Syllabus with Transformation Strategies 244
29 Integrating Feminism into the Nursing Curriculum: Experiences in Required and Elective Courses 256
30 Guiding the Learning Experiences of Young Children: A Course in Early Childhood Education 263
31 Beyond Math Anxiety: Developmental Mathematics 270
32 Curriculum Transformation in Calculus I 276
33 The Social Analysis of Difference 283
34 Integrating the New Scholarship into Introductory Psychology 292
35 Introduction to the Psychology of Women 299
36 The Psychology of Women of Color: Culture, Acculturation, and the Definition of Self 305
37 Advanced Studies in the Psychology of Women 313
38 Advanced Women's Studies: Psychoanalysis and Feminist Theory 322
39 Philosophy of Science Syllabus 326
40 Teaching About Elder Women: Wallflowers at the Women's Studies Dance 330
41 Teaching the Sociology of Women and Work 344
42 Transforming the Legal and Social Environment of Business Courses 349
43 Curriculum Transformation for Basic English Composition and Introduction to Literature: A View from the Trenches 359
44 Revisiting Freshman Composition: Opening Up the Traditional Curriculum 365
45 Integrating Race and Gender into the Second-Language Curriculum 372
46 Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature: Centering the Margins 378
47 Gender, Narrative, and Interpretation in Literature and Film 383
Appendix: New Jersey Project Staff, 1986-1995 393
About the Editors and the Contributors 401
Index 405
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