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Through the lens of a feminist cultural organisation in Sudbury, Ontario, this paper extends the notion of feminist popular education by exploring the activist and aesthetic-pedagogical dimensions of women’s community arts/crafts practices.

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Feminist Popular Education and Community Arts/Crafts: The Case for New Directions

Through the lens of a feminist cultural organisation in Sudbury, Ontario, this paper extends the notion of feminist popular education by exploring the activist and aesthetic-pedagogical dimensions of women’s community arts/crafts practices.