"Interview with Ileanna Jiménez”

Title"Interview with Ileanna Jiménez”
Year for Search2015
AuthorsJiménez, Ileanna
Secondary AuthorsBrodsky, Alexandra, and Nalebuff, Rachel Kauder
Secondary TitleThe Feminist Utopia Project: Fifty-Seven Visions of a Wildly Better Future
Pagination128-34
Date Published2015
PublisherThe Feminist Press at the City University of New York
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, Puerto Rican author, US author
Annotation

Feminist utopian education. Suggests that the curriculum should be built by students and teachers working together in collaboration with students and teachers from other schools. Schools should reflect their communities. Interdisciplinary education. No tests or exams but projects that put into practice what they have learned. Inculcate inclusiveness and international awareness. Teachers would have the time and support to do research.

Info Notes

The book includes a number of other utopias and much additional material related to utopianism. 

Illustration

Illus. Ruth Tam

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The Puerto Rican female author is a teacher in New York City and a blogger on teaching having launched the blog Feminist Teacher in 2009. In 2011 she received the Distinguished Fulbright Award in Teaching.

Full Text

2015 Jiménez, Ileanna. “Interview with Ileanna Jiménez.” Illus. Ruth Tam. The Feminist Utopia Project: Fifty-Seven Visions of a Wildly Better Future. Ed. Alexandra Brodsky and Rachel Kauder Nalebuff (New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2015), 128-34. The book includes a number of other utopias and much additional material related to utopianism.  PSt

Feminist utopian education. Suggests that the curriculum should be built by students and teachers working together in collaboration with students and teachers from other schools. Schools should reflect their communities. Interdisciplinary education. No tests or exams but projects that put into practice what they have learned. Inculcate inclusiveness and international awareness. Teachers would have the time and support to do research. The Puerto Rican female author is a teacher in New York City and a blogger on teaching having launched the blog Feminist Teacher in 2009. In 2011 she received the Distinguished Fulbright Award in Teaching.