Black Male Outsider Teaching as a Pro-Feminist Man
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication date: 1/10/2008
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Kim Marie Vaz is professor of education and the associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Xavier University of Louisiana. She is the author of The 'Baby Dolls' Breaking the Race and Gender Barriers of the New Orleans Mardi Gras Tradition. Her book served as the basis for a major installation on the Baby Doll tradition at the Presbytere unit of the Louisiana State Museum as part of the museum's permanent display on the history of Carnival in Louisiana.Gary L. Lemons is Visiting Professor of English at the University of South Florida and author of Black Male Outsider: Teaching as a Pro-Feminist Man, also published by SUNY Press.
|Preface: Writing in the Dark, Writing from the Inside Out|
|Introduction: When the Teacher Moves from Silence to Voice: "Talking Back" to Patriarchy and White Supremacy|
|Formulating a Pedagogy of Black Feminist Antiracism|
|Toward a Profession of Feminism|
|A Calling of the Heart and Spirit: Becoming a Feminist Professor; The Proof Is in the Pedagogy|
|From the Margin to the Center of Black Feminist Male Self-Recovery|
|Learning to Love the Little Black Boy in Me: Breaking Family Silences, Ending Shame|
|White Like Whom? Racially Integrated Schooling, Curse or Blessing?|
|"There's a Nigger in the Closet!": Narrative Encounters with White Supremacy|
|From Theory to Practice: Classroom Case Studies|
|Complicating White Identity in the Classroom: Enter Color, Gender, Sexuality, and Class Difference(s)|
|When White Students Write about Being White in a Class Called "Womanist Thought"|
|Screening Race and the Fear of Blackness in a (Majority-) White Classroom|
|On Teaching Audre Lorde and Marlon Riggs: Ten Thousand Ways of Seeing Blackness|
|A Pro-Wo(man)ist Postscript: Return to the Margin of Masculinity: Teaching and Loving outside the Boundary|