Girlhood Studies (Vol. 15, Issue 3)

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Dear Colleague, Dear Colleague,

Dear Colleague,

 

The latest issue of Girlhood Studies has published! This special issue looks at pedagogies and practices of teaching Girlhood Studies.

 

Girlhood Studies is published in association with the International Girls Studies Association (IGSA).

 

Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: www.berghahnjournals.com/girlhood-studies

 

Volume 15, Issue 3

Pedagogies and Practices of Teaching Girlhood Studies

Guest Editors: Emily R. Aguiló-Pérez and Jacqueline Reid-Walsh

 

Editorial

Realizing the Dream of Teaching Girlhood Studies

Claudia Mitchell

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Guest Editorial

Pedagogies and Practices of Teaching Girlhood Studies

Emily R. Aguiló-Pérez and Jacqueline Reid-Walsh

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Articles

Material Moments in Virtual Worlds: Creating Hybrid Spaces for Feminist Consciousness-raising

Syafiqah Abdul Rahim and Hannah Walters

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“Defining Ourselves for Ourselves”: Black Girls Conceptualize Black Girlhood Online

Cierra Kaler-Jones

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“Who Were You?”: Temporality and Intergenerational Empathy in Community Girlhood Studies

Sarah Winstanley and Alexe Bernier

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Teaching Black Girlhood Studies with Black Motherhood Studies: An Autoethnography

Renata Ferdinand

http://bit.ly/3AnDF7o

 

Toward Black Girl Futures: Rememorying in Black Girlhood Studies

Ashley L. Smith-Purviance, Sara Jackson, Brianna Harper, Jennifer Merandisse, Brittney Smith, Kim Hussey, and Eliana Lopez

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Teaching to Survive: Keeping Black Girls and Black Girlhood Studies on Campus

Tammy C. Owens

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Gen Ed Girlhood: Artifact-centric Approach Invites New Students to Girlhood Studies

Jen Almjeld

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Report

Art School Grrls Hack the Girl Culture Final

Melinda Luisa de Jesús

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Book Reviews

Girls Transgressing Boundaries and Challenging Borders

Julie Snyder

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When You See Us, See Us: Black Girl Futurity and Liberation

Taryrn T.C. Brown

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