Transforming the Ivory Tower

Models for gender equality and social justice

  • Deborah Gabriel
Black women academics describe the transformative work of contributors to the Ivory Tower project, adding intersectional voices from the USA, Canada and Australia, and LGBTQ perspectives. Their research and practice, often unacknowledged, is transforming teaching, research, professional and community practice within and beyond the academy.
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Models for gender equality and social justice

  • Deborah Gabriel
Black women academics describe the transformative work of contributors to the Ivory Tower project, adding intersectional voices from the USA, Canada and Australia, and LGBTQ perspectives. Their research and practice, often unacknowledged, is transforming teaching, research, professional and community practice within and beyond the academy.

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Inclusion and Intersectionality in Visual Arts Education

  • Kate Hatton
This unique book examines the varied and overlapping identities celebrated in the visual arts in Higher Education. The authors use case studies to show how intersectional theory illuminates debates on inclusion in arts education concerning race, gender, sexuality or class, in compelling and unpredictable new directions.
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  • Kate Hatton
This unique book examines the varied and overlapping identities celebrated in the visual arts in Higher Education. The authors use case studies to show how intersectional theory illuminates debates on inclusion in arts education concerning race, gender, sexuality or class, in compelling and unpredictable new directions.

Price: £24.99

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Women Studying Childcare

Integrating Lives Through Adult Education

  • Hazel Wright
The ten-year study of 150 women on a diploma course on childcare in an FE college shows how the women use education to balance being both mothers and workers and how they determine their own lifestyle and manage stasis and change.
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Integrating Lives Through Adult Education

  • Hazel Wright
The ten-year study of 150 women on a diploma course on childcare in an FE college shows how the women use education to balance being both mothers and workers and how they determine their own lifestyle and manage stasis and change.

Price: £20.99

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Women, Migration and Empire

  • Joan Grant
New light is thrown on the history of England and the British Empire in this account of the experiences of woman, immigrant and English-born, during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The book brings together the disparate experiences of Irish, Caribbean and Jewish immigrants.
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  • Joan Grant
New light is thrown on the history of England and the British Empire in this account of the experiences of woman, immigrant and English-born, during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The book brings together the disparate experiences of Irish, Caribbean and Jewish immigrants.

Price: £14.99

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Women as Headteachers

Striking the Balance

  • Marianne Coleman
Leadership is generally identified with men. Only a quarter of the secondary school heads in England and Wales are women. Despite changes in society, there are still issues for women who aspire to leadership in schools. Some of the most fundamental issues are tackled in this work.
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Striking the Balance

  • Marianne Coleman
Leadership is generally identified with men. Only a quarter of the secondary school heads in England and Wales are women. Despite changes in society, there are still issues for women who aspire to leadership in schools. Some of the most fundamental issues are tackled in this work.

Price: £19.99

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Women and Citizenship in Europe

Borders, Rights and Duties

  • Anna Ward
  • Jeanne Gregory
  • Nira Yuval-Davis
In this book feminists from across Europe draw on their diverse experiences to address the key issues of race, nationalism, sexual politics and the future of the Left. Their contrasting histories and the current economic and political turmoil give it an added urgency.
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Borders, Rights and Duties

  • Anna Ward
  • Jeanne Gregory
  • Nira Yuval-Davis
In this book feminists from across Europe draw on their diverse experiences to address the key issues of race, nationalism, sexual politics and the future of the Left. Their contrasting histories and the current economic and political turmoil give it an added urgency.

Price: £14.99

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Whose Human Rights?

  • Margherita Rendel
Bringing together law and policy on human rights and education, this work asks who benefits from human rights, and whether they are deceiving the weak and poor. Using the experience of women disadvantaged because of their gender, it offers an analysis of the overt and hidden aims and policies.
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  • Margherita Rendel
Bringing together law and policy on human rights and education, this work asks who benefits from human rights, and whether they are deceiving the weak and poor. Using the experience of women disadvantaged because of their gender, it offers an analysis of the overt and hidden aims and policies.

Price: £17.99

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Who Counts?

Assessing Mathematics in Europe

  • Leone Burton
A book on assessment in mathematics in nine European countries with a focus on gender difficulties in achievement. The author sets the context, identifying the different patterns of assessment and the results of differentiated outcomes.
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Assessing Mathematics in Europe

  • Leone Burton
A book on assessment in mathematics in nine European countries with a focus on gender difficulties in achievement. The author sets the context, identifying the different patterns of assessment and the results of differentiated outcomes.

Price: £15.99

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Undoing Homophobia in Primary Schools

  • No Outsiders Project Team
A celebration of recognition, affirmation and inclusion by primary teachers, who have challenged the taken-for-granted norms and silences in primary schools around sexual orientation and gender expression. With examples of good practice, and examples of children’s work, it is suitable for teachers, teacher trainers, and policy makers.
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  • No Outsiders Project Team
A celebration of recognition, affirmation and inclusion by primary teachers, who have challenged the taken-for-granted norms and silences in primary schools around sexual orientation and gender expression. With examples of good practice, and examples of children’s work, it is suitable for teachers, teacher trainers, and policy makers.

Price: £16.99

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Sugar and Spice?

Bullying in Single-sex Schools

  • Celestine Keise
Schools set the behavioural standards for students which, in turn, have obvious effects on achievement. The author offers an account of the actions taken by the schools that significantly reduced levels of bullying and offers important recommendations for others concerned to do the same
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Bullying in Single-sex Schools

  • Celestine Keise
Schools set the behavioural standards for students which, in turn, have obvious effects on achievement. The author offers an account of the actions taken by the schools that significantly reduced levels of bullying and offers important recommendations for others concerned to do the same

Price: £4.95

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