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Mother-Scholar

(Re)imagining K-12 Education

Series: Transgressions

Lapayese, Yvette V.

1st ed. 2012, XXVI, 50 p.

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Mother-Scholar presents another way of knowing. The book illuminates the narratives of prominent mother-scholars in the discipline of education who are determined to (re)imagine a different educational space not only for their own children, but for all children. Today’s schools are male-centered institutions in which standardized testing, rational mind, and emotionless space prevent children from realizing their full potential as creative, intelligent and soulful beings. Mother-scholars in the discipline of education assert that when motherhood and intellect confront and inform each other, a new thinking emerges to capture the possibility of humanizing education beyond the private relationships between mothers and children.

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Keywords » mother-scholars

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Table of contents 

Introduction; Chapter 1: Mother-Scholar; Chapter 2: Androcentrism in Schools; Chapter 3: Mother-Scholars Intellectualize the Private Sphere; Chapter 4: Mother-Scholars Maternalize the "Public" Sphere; Chapter 5: Mother-Scholars Navigate the "Third Space"; Chapter 6: Mother-Scholars (Re)imagine Schools; Conclusion; Epilogue; References.

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