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http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/How_Curriculum_Change_Occurs_and_How_to_Transform_It_NCFR.pdf
This post covers the phases of integrating LGBT-parent families as a family theory curriculum topic.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/How_to_Translate_Feminist_Thought_into_Research_Practice_NCFR.pdf
As we describe in ourarticlewe have synthesized the thinking of many feminist scholars into some particular ways to manage feelings of fraudulence and moving out of immobilization

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Introducing_the_JFTR_Digital_Scholarship_Board_NCFR.pdf
An essential part of creating an engaged, participatory community of scholars is having a strong group of scholars who are familiar with social media tools and have experience creating engaged conversations about issues related to family science.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Invitation_to_Discuss_Feeling_Like_Feminist_Frauds_NCFR.pdf
Join us Sept 21-24, 2015, here to discuss the important issues raised by Elizabeth Sharp and Shannon Weaver in their article, "Feeling Like Feminist Frauds: Theorizing Feminist Accountability in Feminist Family Studies Research in a Neoliberal,…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Irene_Levins_review_of_Women_Voicing_Resistance_Discursive_and_Narrative_Explanations_NCFR.pdf
Irene Levin's review of Women Voicing Resistance: Discursive and Narrative Explanations published in the September 2015 issue of JFTR is glowing, to say the least. She describes Suzanne McKenzie-Mohr and Michelle Lafrance's edited volume as focusing…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/JFTR_Authors_Earn_Anselm_Strauss_Recognition_NCFR.pdf
Two articles published in theJournal of Family Theory & Reviewhave received Anselm Strauss Awards for Family Qualitative Research from the Qualitative Family Research Network.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Transforming_Teaching_of_Queer_Theory_Intersectionality_LGBT_Parent_Families_NCFR.pdf
The Journal of Family Theory & Review invites you to join us here at the JFTR Blog on May 4-6, 2016 to discuss how to teach queer theory, intersectionality and LGBT-parent families in family studies courses.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/JFTR_Editor_Thanks_Authors_Invites_your_Participation_in_JFTR_Blog_NCFR.pdf
I want to publicly thank co-authors Elizabeth Sharp and Shannon Weaver for proposing we discuss their JFTR article "Feeling Like Feminist Frauds."

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/JFTR_Thank_you_to_Authors_of_Transforming_Teaching_about_LGBT_Parent_Families_NCFR.pdf
Thanks toApril L. Few-Demo, Áine Humble, Melissa A. Curran, and Sally Lloyd for their participation in our social media conversation. See just a few interesting quotes...

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Making_LGBT_Parent_Families_More_Central_to_Family_Studies_NCFR.pdf
What happens to our work when queering, intersectionality, and LGBT-parent families are moved from the margin to the center?
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