In episode 46, Dan and Michael chat about women in education history with Jenn Binis of EdHistory101.
Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources
- First and foremost, make sure to check Jenn and her husband Paul on the EdHistory101 podcast on iTunes and their site, shownotes, and daily tweet threads at https://edhistory101.com/
- Jenn and Dan highly recommend Goldstein, D. (2014). The teacher wars: A history of America’s most embattled profession. New York, NY: Doubleday.
- Hoffman, Nancy. Woman’s” true” profession: Voices from the history of teaching. Harvard Education Press. 8 Story Street First Floor, Cambridge, MA 02138, 2003.
- Lerner, Gerda. Teaching women’s history. Vol. 162, no. 1. Amer Historical Assn, 1981.
- Learn more about Nannie Burroughs (1883-1961) who was an African-American educator, orator, religious leader, civil rights activist, feminist and businesswoman who founded the National Training School for Women and Girls in Washington, DC in 1909.
- Learn more about Maria Childs (1802 – 1880), an American abolitionist, women’s rights activist, Native American rights activist, novelist, journalist, and more.
- Learn more about Sarah Roberts and Roberts v. City of Boston in the book Kendrick, S., & Kendrick, P. (2004). Sarah’s long walk: The free Blacks of Boston and how their struggle for equality changed America. Beacon Press; Or watch the following clip from School: The story of American public education on the case. Citation: Patton, S. & Mondale, S. (Producers), & Mondale, S. (Director). (2001). School: The Story of American Public Education [Documentary] . United States: Stone Lantern Films. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL00795BC38B4368D4
- Check out Nikole Hannah-Jones’ work on resegregation: http://nikolehannahjones.com/.
- More on Maria Montessori (1870-1952)
- More on Oberlin College and black history
- More on Charlotte Hawkins Brown (1883–1961)
- More on Ella Flagg Young (1845-1918)
- More on Bridgette Peixotto (1879-1972)
- More on Anna Julia Cooper and her biography, A Voice from the South
- This Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on why we should all be feminists:
16. This TED Talk by Kimberlé Crenshaw discusses Intersectionality: