Vol. 36 Nbr. 2, December 2009
- Editor's introduction.
- Featured essay: re-sexing the curricula: a black feminist analysis of lecturing in England and Jamaica.
- American Indian women in higher education: navigating the doctorate.
- Feminist faculty negotiate the land of both/and.
- Why bad girls make good administrators in the humanities.
- A cumulative process: a reflective view of a higher education journey.
- Gender issues in higher education in Pakistan.
- "War conditions made it impossible...": historical statistics and women's higher education enrollments, 1940-1952.
- "Social forces in the communities in which they live": Indiana State Normal School and an education for activism and reform.
- "The woman peril in American education": June Rose Colby and the Sapphonian Society at the Illinois State Normal University, 1905-1909.
- For future reference: I cannot be explained.
- Carvalho, Edward J., ed. Works and Days: Academic Freedom and Intellectual Activism in the Post-9/11 University.
- Ballengee, Jennifer R. The Wound and the Witness: The Rhetoric of Torture.