2016-2017 Readings

27 October 2016

The SIJG2 Writing Collective (2012) ‘What Can We Do? The Challenge of Being New Academics in Neoliberal Universities’ Antipode, 44(4), 1055-1058.

Les Back (2016) Academic Diary. Or Why Higher Education Still Matters (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press), pp. 32-36 and 46-52.

1 December 2016

Sarah Amsler (2014) ‘By ones and twos and tens: pedagogies of possibility for democratising higher education’ Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 22:2, 275-294.

26 January 2017

Alexis Pauline Gumbs (2014) ‘Nobody Mean More. Black Feminist Pedagogy and Solidarity’ in The Imperial University: Academic Repression and Scholarly Dissent, Piya Chatterjee and Sunaina Mair eds. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press), pp. 237-260.

9 March 2017

Sylvanna Falcón, Sharmila Lodhia, Molly Talcott and Dana Collins (2014) ‘Teaching outside the Liberal-Imperial Discourse: A Critical Dialogue about Antiracist Feminisms’ in The Imperial University: Academic Repression and Scholarly Dissent, Piya Chatterjee and Sunaina Mair eds. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press), pp. 261-280.

25 May 2017

Francisco J. Galarte (2014) ‘Pedagogy’, Transgender Studies Quarterly, 1:1-2, 145-148

Hilary Malatino (2015) ‘Pedagogies of becoming: Trans inclusivity and the crafting of being’, Transgender Studies Quarterly, 2:3, 395-410

Cassius Adair (2015) ‘Bathrooms and beyond: Expanding a pedagogy of access in trans/disability studies’, Transgender Studies Quarterly, 2:3, 464-468

Tre Wentling (2015) ‘Trans* disruptions: Pedagogical practices and pronoun recognition’, Transgender Studies Quarterly, 2:3, 469-476

22 June 2017 

Erika L. Kirby (2016) ‘Encountering my privilege (and others’ oppression)’, Communication Teacher, 30:3, 172-178.

Brandi Lawless, Jimena Tejada and Xantal Tejada (2016) ‘Where can your passport take you? Teaching citizenship, mobility, and identity’, Communication Teacher, 30:3, 141-146.