In Starting with Gender in International and Higher Education Research: Conceptual Debates and Methodological Consideration, Emily Henderson and Z Nicolazzo bring together an international group of authors to think about what it means to do research with and on gender in and about postsecondary institutions. This research focuses not just on institutions but also their participants: faculty, administrative staff, and students. As Henderson and Nicolazzo write in the introduction, “This text is specifically targeted at researchers who are grappling with the challenges of researching in/around/with/through gender in the current moment of higher education” (2). More specifically, they point readers to the book's central question, “When we say we are doing gender research, what do we mean we are researching?” (4). This is not only an important question but also one rife with implications for scholars and policymakers within and beyond the...
Deinscribing Gender in Research across Global Contexts
D-L Stewart is professor in the School of Education, cocoordinator of Student Affairs in Higher Education, codirector of CSU Initiatives for the Race and Intersectional Studies in Educational Equity (RISE) Center, and affiliated faculty in the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research at Colorado State University.
D-L Stewart; Deinscribing Gender in Research across Global Contexts. TSQ 1 August 2020; 7 (3): 521–523. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/23289252-8553272
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