Recent Submissions

  • Heroes and gender: Children Reading and Writing. 

    Golden, Jill (Australian Association for the Teaching of English, Inc., 1994)
    Educators who are concerned about reading and writing practices within schools, and their constructions and representations of gender, are inevitably confronted with troublesome complexities and contradictions. Contradiction ...
  • When the diaspora returns. Language choices in post-independence Timor Lorosa’e. 

    Golden, Jill (Lythrum Press, 2004)
    After four centuries of Portuguese rule, twenty four years of Indonesian occupation, and two years of United Nations' administration, East Timor gained independence on 20 May, 2002. The new constitution of East Timor ...
  • The Care of the Self: poststructuralist questions about moral education and gender. 

    Golden, Jill (Routledge: part of the Taylor & Francis Group, 1996)
    The relationship between poststructuralist theory and ethics or values in education is a complex and relatively unexplored one, yet in classrooms the ethical implications of theory are lived out daily in the relations ...
  • Critical Imagination: serious play with narrative and gender. 

    Golden, Jill (Routledge: part of the Taylor & Francis Group, 1996)
    Narrative is one of the primary ways of human knowing, both of the physical and social worlds and of the self. Feminist post-structuralist theory can give teachers insights into the ongoing processes by which children ...