Teaching gender through Latin American, Latino, and Iberian texts and cultures
Teaching Gender through Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Texts and Cultures provides a dynamic exploration of the subject of teaching gender and feminism through the fundamental corpus encompassing Latin American, Iberian and Latino authors and cultures from the Middle Ages to the 21st century. The four editors have created a collaborative forum for both experienced and new voices to share multiple theoretical and practical approaches to the topic. The volume is the first to bring so many areas of study and perspectives together and will serve as a tool for reassessing what it means to teach gender in our fields while providing theoretical and concrete examples of pedagogical strategies, case studies relating to in-class experiences, and suggestions for approaching gender issues that readers can experiment with in their own classrooms. The book will engage students and educators around the topic of gender within the fields of Latin American, Latino and Iberian studies, Gender and Women's studies, Cultural Studies, English, Education, Comparative Literature, Ethnic studies and Language and Culture for Specific Purposes within Higher Education programs. (Amazon.com)
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Spanish & Portuguese
Sex role -- Study and teaching; Latin American literature -- Study and teaching; Spanish literature -- Study and teaching
Gómez, Leila; Horno-Delgado, Aunción; Long, Mary K.; and Silleras-Fernández, Núria, "Teaching gender through Latin American, Latino, and Iberian texts and cultures" (2015). CU Authors Book Gallery. 55.