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Articles from Vitae Scholasticae (September 22, 2010)

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Balancing personal and professional lives: experiences of female faculty across the career span. Philipsen, Maike Ingrid 9434
Fashioning the ideal female student in the eighteenth century: Catharine Macaulay on reading novels. Titone, Connie; Ustaris, Lorraine A. 7670
First response to Philipsen: building intergenerational networks of support for women in academe. Franzosa, Susan Douglas 1593
Guest editors' note. Townsend, Lucy F.; Franzosa, Susan Douglas 2264
Interviewing women teachers about anger in the workplace: some implications for teacher education. Dorney, Judith 8571
Jane Addams and Wangari Maathai: nobel laureates on educating and organizing women for local food security. Cesar, Dana 7644
Mayo, Disputing the Subject of Sex: Sexuality and Public School Controversies. Bailey, Lucy E. 1197
Pivotal communication: Marion Talbot's voice for educational equity. Helvie-Mason, Lora 10004
Racially integrated education: the antebellum thought of Mary Ann Shadd Cary and Frederick Douglass. Conaway, Carol B. 7711
Second response to Philipsen: balancing academic work-and clerical work-and personal life. Laird, Susan 2274
Stitzlein, Breaking Bad Habits of Race and Gender. Burrell, Stephanie 1004
The social networks of Rebecca Pennell: an early woman college professor to have equal pay with her male colleagues. Kolodny, Kelly Ann 6772
Third response to Philipsen: learning to live one chapter at a time. Stroud, Robin Mitchell 936
Titone, Gender Equality in the Philosophy of Education: Catherine Macaulay's Forgotten Contribution. Davis, Julie M. 995
White, The Beecher Sisters. Birden, Susan 1075

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