Deborah P. Britzman is Professor of Education at York University in Toronto, cross-appointed to the graduate programs of Social and Political Thought, Women's Studies, and Psychology. Her area of interest is in psychoanalytic orientations to the study of education. She is author of Lost Subjects, Contested Objects: Toward a Psychoanalytic Inquiry of Learning ( Albany: SUNY Press, 1998) and Practice Makes Practice: A Critical Study of Learning to Teach ( Albany: SUNY Press, 1991).
Brent Davis is Associate Professor of Education at York University in Toronto. His primary research interests include mathematics education, cognitive studies, teacher education, and curriculum theory. He is author of Teaching Mathematics: Toward a Sound Alternative ( 1996).
Glorianne M. Leck is Professor of Education at Youngstown State University. She plants her feet through her relationship with Susan Savastuk. She moves among her identities as a political activist, a crone, a queer, a lesbian, a teacher, and a scholar. She invites e-mail interaction at email@example.com.
Nancy Lesko teaches courses on curriculum, social theories, and gender in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teacher's College, Columbia University. She is completing a genealogy of adolescence, Act your age! Developing the modern, scientific adolescent.
Rob é Linn is an assistant professor at Adelphi University in New York. He teaches classes in secondary literacy and is director of a writing center at Adelphi's Soho Center. His research interests include adolescent literature and queer theory. His present area of focus is a saga of an ongoing attempt to purchase a co-op in Brooklyn.
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Publication information: Book title: Thinking Queer:Sexuality, Culture, and Education. Contributors: Susan Talburt - Editor, Shirley R. Steinberg - Editor. Publisher: Peter Lang. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 227.
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