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Undan snjobreidunni (what lies beneath the snow) revealing the contributions of Icelandic pioneer women to adult education in Manitoba 1875-1914
Though women have been involved in adult education throughout Canada’s history, their contributions have gone unrecorded and lie hidden “beneath the snow”. This study used a qualitative historical research design to ...
Researcher as learner, participants as knowers: an ethnographic snapshot of women sharing knowledge in a rural Uganda community
This snapshot ethnographic research was conducted in Kihande Village in Uganda with the Agabagaya Women’s Group for a period of five weeks in 2004. Using a feminist ethnographic methodology, the researcher explores how ...