Order your copy of the Feminist Teaching & Learning Zine!
Partnering with the Alice Paul Center, a collective of students, activists and teachers at the University of Pennsylvania created an accessible and inclusive zine that offers a partial dialogue on how feminist ethics and ideals play out in the classroom, whether that classroom is in a university or on the street, in a computer lab or in the kitchen, on social media or in person. Our call for contributors drew submissions from students, activists, librarians, educators and others interested a feminist conversation about teaching and learning.
What is a zine?
Who is this zine for?
This zine is meant for people who want to learn about feminist teaching and learning. We want this zine to be a conversation about planning courses, creating syllabuses, facilitating inclusive discussions, navigating one-on-one teachable moments, fostering accessible learning environments, and more.
How can you get a copy?
The Alice Paul Center is offering the Zine free of charge. To get your copy, email your name, address and number of copies you want (up to 5/person or organization is free) to Feminist Teaching & Learning Zine with "Zine" in the subject line.