The Experience of Learning: A Women's Writing Classroom in India
A women’s writing course, underpinned by a feminist pedagogy and a critical theory of identity formation, shows that though positive identity effects involve struggles, students prefer a ‘liberated’ identity.
||Feminist Pedagogy, Critical Theory, Women's Writing
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 8, pp.117-124.
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Teaches English Literature at the undergraduate level, and Critical theory and literary theory to postgraduate students. Publications are in the areas of gender studies, Elizabethan drama, social analysis, history and critical theory.
Areas of interest include performance in basic education, management of decentralization in public educational systems and innovations of teachers.
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