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Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies Amber Dean has released her latest book, Feminist Praxis Revisited, Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement. 

In Feminist Praxis Revisited, Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) practitioners reflect on how the field has sought to integrate its commitment to activism and social change with community-based learning in post-secondary institutions.

Co-edited with Jennifer L. Johnson, of Thorneloe University at Laurentian in Sudbury, and Suzanne Luhmann of the University of Alberta, Edmonton, the book examines how WGS programs can continue to prioritize the foundational critiques of inequality, power, privilege, and identity in the face of a post-secondary push toward praxis as resumé building, skills acquisition, and the bridging of town-and-gown differences. It pushes students to reflect critically on their own experiences with feminist praxis through critical reflections offered by the contributors along with examples of practical approaches to community-based/experiential learning.

For more information and to get the book, click here.