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Participatory Feminsim (PARFem)
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Barazangi, Nimat Hafez
Given that Participatory Action Research (PAR) and Feminisms (Fem) share "process" as one of the fundamental principles in their philosophy and practice, we can only set the preliminary goal and objectives of the PARticipatory FEMinism Web Site (PARFem). This web site allows access to the following documents: 1.A Reader, "Selected Writings on Feminisms and Action Research," Prepared by Monica Ruiz-Casares and Nimat Hafez Barazangi 2.A Case Study, "Muslim Women in North America" (Audio) wherein Nimat Hafez Barazangi, based on her collaborative research, discusses the challenges facing American Muslim women in search of identity. 3.An electronic Bibliographic list, "Selected Writings on Feminisms and Action Research," compiled by Monica Ruiz-Casares (You may add/update any existing reference). 4.A video tape,"Feminisms and the Academy - Going Out of Business," by Patricia Maguire. 5. Another Case Study, A video tape, "The Logic and Practice of the Participatory Action Research Paradigm," by Yoland Wadsworth. 6.A working paper, "Future of social sciences and humanities in corporate universities: Curricula, exclusions, inclusions, and voice," by Nimat Hafez Barazangi. 7.A link to the discussion of the conference theme, "Feminisms and the Academy - Going Out of Business," and to the bibliography theme.
This web site is intended to be interactive. We invite participants to contribute their work at the appropriate category. See also: www.eself-learning-arabic.cornell.edu, http://atlas.geo.cornell.edu/parfem/index.htm .
-American Indian Program, Jane Mt. Pleasant, Director -Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development, Terry Tucker, Associate Director -Cornell Education Society, Christy Dodge, Director -Cornell Public Service Center, Leonardo J. Vargas-Mendez, Director -Education Department Speakers Committee, Dalva Hedlund, Department Chair -Feminism & Legal Theory Project, Martha Fineman, Director -Gender and Global Change Program, Rose Batt, Director -Graduate and Professional Student Assembly Financial Committee -ILR Extension Division, Ann Martin, Director -Institute for European Studies, Davydd Greenwood, Director -The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Gil Levine, Acting Director -Rural Sociology Department, Philip David McMichael, Department Chair -Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Sandra Bem, Director -Cornell Academic Technology (CIT)
Nimat Hafez Barazangi (web site)
Participatory Feminism; Action Research; The Academy; Curriculum