Working-class women in the academy: laborers in the knowledge factory

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University of Massachusetts Press, 1993 - Education - 335 pages
"In this stunning and often heartfelt collection of essays, 20 female academics from working-class backgrounds address the personal, pedagogical, and ideological issues raised by their experiences as teachers and students". -- Publishers Weekly

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Contents

Lillian S Robinson
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1 Whats a Nice WorkingClass Girl Like You Doing in a Place
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r Who Am I Now? The Politics of Class Identity
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