Geographies of Learning
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Geographies of Learning

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Each of Jill Dolan's three academic locations -- theatre and performance studies, lesbian/gay/queer studies (LGQ studies), and women's studies -- is both interdisciplinary and fraught with divisions between theory and practice. As teacher, administrator, author, and performer, Dolan places her professional labor in relation to issues of community, pedagogy, public culture,...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 31st 2001 by Wesleyan
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