Telling Our Lives:Conversations on Solidarity & Differenceby Frida Kerner Furman, Elizabeth A. Kelly, Linda Williamson Nelson
Three women from working class Jewish, African-American, and Irish-American backgrounds connect across their differences through storytelling and conversation. Now college professors, the authors discuss how their identities have been shaped by their cultural heritage as well as the impact of class on their educational experiences. The spiritual dynamics of academic work are also explored. The authors are Frida Kerner Furman (religious studies, DePaul University), Elizabeth A. Kelly (women's and gender studies, DePaul U.), and Linda Williamson Nelson (anthropology and writing, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey). Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Meet the Author
Frida Kerner Furman is professor of religious studies at DePaul University. Elizabeth A. Kelly is associate professor in the Women's and Gender Studies Program at DePaul University. Linda Williamson Nelson is associate professor of anthropology and writing at Richard Stockton College.
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