This is a very scarce, and quite unusual book. It was produced under a contract with the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, "under the auspices of the Women's Educational Equity Act," to the University of Tennessee, and Pat Beaver, later the head of the Appalachian Center at Appalachian State, served in the role of "Content Review." It is designed as a guide to professors teaching graduate courses in Women's Studies and Appalachian Studies, and is part of a four-part series of books, including one on Black Women. I would love to see some of these classroom discussion ideas implemented. The book was published in 1979, and it would be wonderful to see a similar book that would utilize the many resources that have been developed in the last 40 years!
Newton, Massachusetts: Education Development Center, 1979. 184 pages with a Biblioraphy and Suggested Media Resources. 8.5" X 11" trade paperback.