Date of Award
Thesis and Dissertation
Master of Science (MS)
School of Teaching and Learning
This thesis recounts the journey of an exchange student at a public university in Central Illinois on becoming a feminist teacher. By reflecting on her experiences as a Master’s student in the United States and high school teacher in Indonesia, the author unpacks her journey on becoming a feminist teacher. The author argues for the need of a feminist lens to understand the White supremacist heteropatriarchal capitalist system that is also infused in United States educational system. Finally, this research contends for a culturally relevant feminism as viable in her home institution in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
Napitupulu, Astri, "Becoming a Culturally Relevant Feminist Teacher: An Autoethnography of an Exchange Student" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 1088.