Queer Girls in Class
Lesbian Teachers and Students Tell Their Classroom Stories
©2011 Textbook XII, 184 Pages
Series: Counterpoints, Volume 397
Queer Girls in Class:. is a compilation of personal essays by lesbian teachers and students who speak about sexual identity and its influence on the teaching and learning process. The mission of this anthology is to provide, through personal stories, an analysis of how sexuality – specifically, how identifying as a queer woman – can affect classroom dynamics in high school and university settings. Despite a perceived cultural acceptance of the GLBTQ community in the media, many gays and lesbians still suffer from their own internalized homophobia, as well as the homophobia of the outside world. These twenty-six essays give readers the opportunity to recognize, connect with, and critically think about the personal and political challenges and triumphs that queer women, whether out of the closet or not, have experienced in the classroom and beyond.
- XII, 184
- ISBN (Hardcover)
- ISBN (Softcover)
- Coming Out Pedagogy Education Lesbian Gay Sexuality Queer Teachers Gender University Queer Students Queer Classroom Narratives
- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2011. XII, 184 pp.