Originally published in 1996. This volume brings together articles by Gail Paradise Kelly spanning a twenty-year period. It represents an aspect of the history of the feminist movement as related to education. Early articles from 1970 onwards consider experiences of the students’ campus feminist movement of the late ‘60s and then move on to focus on education of women in the Third World. Some co-authored articles are included which looked at school process and directions for research. As a whole the articles input to the discussion on how to study education and its meaning in society, with particular reference to feminist thinking.
Table of Contents
Feminist Agendas: An Introduction David Kelly 1. Women’s Liberation and the New Left 2. Adult Education of Vietnamese Refugees: Commentary on Pluralism in America 3. Research on the Education of Women in the Third World: Problems and Perspectives 4. Schooling and the Reproduction of Patriarchy: Unequal Workloads, Unequal Rewards Gail P Kelly and Ann S. Nihlen 5. New Directions for Research Carolyn M. Elliott and Gail P. Kelly 6. Failures of Androcentric Studies of Women’s Education in the Third World 7. Comparative Education: Challenges and Response Gail P. Kelly and Philip G. Altbach 8. Dialogue: Response to Angus’s "Conflict, Class, and the Nineteenth-Century Public High School in the Cities of the Midwest, 1845-1900" 9. Comparative Education and the Problem of change: An Agenda for the 1980s 10. Vietnam 11. Education, Women and Change 12. Setting the Boundaries of Debate about Education 13. Center on Education in the Inner Cities Gail P. Kelley and Maxine S. Seller 14. The Education of Gail Paradise Kelly: A Memoir David Kelly. Works of Gail P. Kelly