Pedagogy Panel: : What Does It Mean To Be An Educated Woman?

The panel on pedagogy features the following speakers. (Click on the time notation to jump to that section.)

- Jean O'Barr, professor emerita, Duke University
- Kristen Neuschel, Moderator (6:27)
Associate Professor of History and Director, University Writing Program, Duke University
- Melea Epps Greenfeld, (10:25) Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
- Katherine Tennyson, (23:14) Chief Probate Judge, Oregon's 4th Judicial District
- Michael Penn, (32:05) Associate Professor of Religion, Mt. Holyoke College
- Elizabeth Dunn, (42:30) Research Services Librarian, Duke University Libraries
- Questions and Discussion (53:20)
- Carolyn J. Stefanco, (1:22:39) Founding Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, California State University, Stanislaus, and First Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program at Duke
- Deborah Jakubs, (1:27:12) Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian & Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University

This program is part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Womens History and Culture's 4th biennial symposium, "What Does It Mean To Be An Educated Woman": Conversations on activism, scholarship, and pedagogy in womens education and recognizing the career of Dr. Jean OBarr, held on October 31, 2009 at Perkins Library, Duke University.