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Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom Setting & Symbolism

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Books

This may seem trite, but in this case, the existence of the published book used to create this summary is a triumph in itself. This is normally the case with publications, but in this case, the victory is a signifier of progress pertaining to a specific agenda. Womens liberation and progress within human civilization, especially America is a main goal and process. This is one of those cases where the goal is not so much an endpoint but constitutes a process in its own right.

University

The author was a tenured college professor when this book was written and published. She writes extensively about higher education. It both helped and harmed her, as far as she could accurately describe it. Gender and racial integration practices, which were supposed to help, often caused her troubles that she insists she did not even experience in an all black atmosphere...

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