How do historically marginalized groups expose the partiality and presumptions of educational institutions through autobiographical acts? How are the stories we tell used to justify resistance to change or institutional complacency? These are the questions Wendy S. Hesford asks as she considers the uses of autobiography in educational settings.
Intro CONTENTS PREFACE: Frames within Frames ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INTRODUCTION: Autobiography and the Politics of Identity on Campus 1. MEMORY WORK 2. AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND FEMINIST WRITING PEDAGOGY 3. WRITING IDENTITIES: The "Essence" of Difference 4. "YE ARE WITNESSES": Autobiography and Commemorative Practices 5. THE RISKS OF AUTOBIOGRAPHY: Identity Politics, Sexual-Offense Policies, and the Rhetoric of Rights 6. IN AND OUT OF THE FLESH: Autobiography, Public-Art Activism, and the Crisis of Witnessing CONCLUSION. Traveling Frames: Authority, Authenticity, and the Pedagogy of Location NOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z.
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Print version: Hesford, Wendy S. Framing Identities