'Because They're Worth It! Making Room for Female Students and Thealogy in Higher Education Contexts'

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'Because They're Worth It! Making Room for Female Students and Thealogy in Higher Education Contexts'. / Guest, Deryn.

In: Feminist Theology, Vol. 17, No. 1, 01.01.2008, p. 43-71.

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title = "'Because They're Worth It! Making Room for Female Students and Thealogy in Higher Education Contexts'",
abstract = "This paper is the result of teaching a thealogy module to a class of Honours level undergraduates. Critical reflection upon this experience and the students{\textquoteright} evaluations of the module, raises intriguing questions concerning the value of women-only space, how one can establish a feminist classroom within a British Higher Education context, writing educational learning outcomes for a thealogy module which might include the hope of personal transformation, and ultimately reflection upon my role as an educator at the University of Birmingham.",
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