Presenters: Makena Neal (CTLI); Benjamin D. Espinoza (Roberts Wesleyan College)
Originally presented on May 11th, 2023
This session aims to expand upon the work published in "The Hidden Labors of Adult Learning: Emotional, Gendered, and the Intersection" (Neal & Espinoza, 2022) by describing the ways gendered labor- in addition to emotional labor- can show up in learning environments and examine how these expected and performed labors can impact adult learning; especially for women-identifying, black and brown, and other historically marginalized groups. Together, we'll collectively ideate ways we can more intentionally design learning experiences to combat the pervasiveness of this labor.
Neal, M., & Espinoza, B. D. (2023). The Hidden Labors of Adult Learning: Emotional, Gendered, and the Intersection. Adult Learning, 34(2), 91–100. https://doi.org/10.1177/10451595211051079
Original article available via the MSU Library's Sage Publishing access at: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/10451595211051079
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