Teaching ecofeminism is a dynamic, vital practice, demanding a great deal of both educators and students. At the heart of this essay is the question: how can we teach ecofeminism effectively? In this work, we reflect on our successes and failures teaching ecofeminism within various topics and in different settings. While each co-author of this piece brings ecofeminism into our classrooms, we do so in very different ways and have diverse approaches to making ecofeminist theories and ideas feel vital, necessary, and relevant for our students. In our essay, we aim to offer some productive and provocative suggestions and ideas that will be of use to other students, activists, and teachers working in this rich and important field.
Browdy de Hernandez, Jennifer; Kent, Holly; and Martell, Colleen
"Confronting Student Resistance to Ecofeminism: Three Perspectives,"
The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal: Vol. 1
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.brockport.edu/sfd/vol1/iss1/3