Part 1 Part 1: Introduction 2 Chapter 1: Philosophy and Overview of Memory-work 3 Chapter 2: Memory-work: A Detailed Rendering of the Method for Social Science Research Part 4 Part 2: Stretching Memory-work 5 Chapter 3: Practicing Collective Biography 6 Chapter 4: Messing with Memories: Feminist Poststructuralism and Memory-work Part 7 Part 3: Dissecting the Mundane 8 Chapter 5: Actively Mathematical: Alienation and Delight Chapter 9 Chapter 6: Having a Go at Memory-work as Sociological Method: Experience of Menstruation 10 Chapter 7: For the Sake of Knowledge: Exploring Memory-work in Research and Teaching 11 Chapter 8: Mothers and Sons: Using Memory-work to Explore the Subjectivities and Practices of Profeminist Men 12 Chapter 9: Pedagogical Uses of Memory-work through Family Immigration Stories 13 Chapter 10: Schooling and Socialization: Memory-work with Preservice Teachers 14 Chapter 11: From Being Excluded to Giving Voice: Memory-work, Gender, and Marketing
Adrianne E. Hyle is Professor of Educational Leadership at Oklahoma State University. Margaret S. Ewing is Professor Emerita in Zoology at Oklahoma State University. Diane M. Montgomery is Professor of Education Psychology at Oklahoma State University. Judith S. Kaufman is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Hofstra University.