Performing Feminism and Administration in Rhetoric and Composition Studies by Krista Ratcliffe

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This text posits definitions, tactics, and consequences of feminist administration. From their differing locations, contributors identify issues of concern for feminist administrators, share stories of their own successes and failures, theorize these experiences in light of feminist thought and practice, and offer pragmatic recommendations to readers. Together these chaptes forward three claims: that gendered issues still exits within the rhetoric and composition studies; that the models in this collection may be adapted by readers for their own situations; that the dominant trope for performin feminist adminstration is oxymoron, the ability to deep two conflicting ideas in ones' head at the same time.

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Published February 5, 2010 by Hampton Press (NJ). 272 pages
Genres: Education & Reference.