Tamboukou, Maria (2004) ‘Tracing heterotopias: writing women educators in Greece’, Gender and Education, 16(2), pp. 187-207.
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Over the last fifteen years, feminist theorists have sought to redefine female subjectivity. Amongst a wide range of critical notions of the female self, this paper focuses on what Foucault has defined as heterotopias, 'different places' which disrupt the dominance of the one single 'real' social place, offering shelter to subjects in crisis. I will argue that this Foucauldian notion is a useful tool for the exploration of the multifarious ways that some women educators attempted to define and describe themselves at the turn of the 19th century in Greece, particularly focusing on the writings of Alexandra Papadopoulou
|Divisions:||Schools > Social Sciences, School of|
|Additional Information:||Citation: Tamboukou, M. (2004) ‘Tracing Heterotopias, Writing women educators in Greece’ Gender and Education 16 (2) 187-207.|
|Date Deposited:||05 May 2009 23:12|
|Last Modified:||05 Mar 2016 05:25|
|Depositing User:||Maria TAMBOUKOU|