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Hot Topics: Gender: Pedagogy & Gender

St. Ambrose University College of Arts & Sciences 2014-2015 Theme

Gender Across the Curriculum

Articles [SAU Subscription Databases]

Stake, J. E., Sevelius, J., & Hanly, S. (2008). Student responsiveness to women's and gender studies classes: The importance of initial student attitudes and classroom relationships. NWSA Journal, 20(2), 189-215. Retrieved from

Malkin, C., & Stake, J. E. (2004). Changes in attitudes and self-confidence in the women's and gender studies classroom: The role of teacher alliance and student cohesion. Sex Roles, 50(7), 455-468. Retrieved from

C Alexander, K.,B. (2012). TEACHING DISCOMFORT?: Uncomfortable attachments, ambivalent identifications. Transformations, 22(2), 57-71,152. Retrieved from