Recent Publications

Snippets of Insight

"We assume or hope that classrooms are fair and meaningful places. Some teachers may well be more aware than others of the way gender influences performance and participation. If so, how did they get more aware? Most teachers teach the way they were taught. It takes a lot to change things..."
teachers read more here

"I thought my main role as a parent was: to tell them to be themselves. But I can see that there are many places where they can't 'be themselves'. Classrooms make up a big chunk of a child's experience - I want to know what is going on there."
parents read more here

"I don't think this is about women being 'noisier' - it's about participating rather than being a silent audience member in your own life. Also, men are being pressured to be men in ways that are limiting them. Maybe we can all rest a bit if we can stop performing gender and be more genuine with who we are."
students read more here

SECTIONSReviews & Articles - Links & Associations

Organization for the Study of Communication
International Gender and Language Association
Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education
Gender & Education Association
Gender & Language Journal
Women & Language Journal
Christians for Biblical Equality

Trinity Western University
Allyson's TWU Faculty Profile

Related Resources
Canadian Women in the Book Trade
This Library and Archives Canada website features profiles of prominent women in the Canadian publishing industry. Also includes bibliographies and teaching guides.

View this collection of photographs and brief biographies of prominent Canadian women. Part of the Herstory: The Canadian Women's Calendar.

Women At Work
"Women at Work" looks at the changing and expanding horizons for New Brunswick women from the late 1800's to the late 1900's - by focusing on the work engaged in by women, paid or unpaid. From The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

Changing Women, Changing History: Canadian Women
This Library and Archives Canada site features biographies of women activists who have made substantial contributions to the lives of all Canadian women. Also offers teaching guides and reference sources.
Discover some remarkable women in Canadian history. This extensive site features biographies, stories, illustrations, learning resources, "This Month in Canadian Herstory," and more. Developed by Merna Forster, a Canadian author, historian, naturalist, and photographer.

Ten Thousand Roses
An excerpt from "Ten Thousand Roses," a book about the "making of a feminist revolution." From Penguin Group (Canada.)

Tell Her Story

Other Links
Allyson's LinkedIn profile.
Official Allyson Jule Wiki Page

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