TokyoProgressive is now hosting the GALE website: Gender Awareness in Language Education. http://gale.tokyoprogressive.org.uk Articles archived there include: Beebe, Jacqueline D.: Gender-related Professional Activity and Research in Japan, Nihon University Harper, Michael Lee: Empowerment Through English, A Reflective Analysis Jacobs, George M.: Asian Englishes — Ripple Effects: The Case Of Gender-Inclusive Language Joritz-Nakagawa, Jane: Celebrating poetry by and about women in the ESOL classroom Joritz-Nakagawa, Jane: Gay identity in university EFL courses in Japan Joritz-Nakagawa, Jane: Why i love suede Mathis, Mihoko Takahashi: Exploring Gender Issues in the Foreign Language Classroom: An Ethnographic Approach (PDF format) Ottman, Tina: Gendertalk: Masculinity in Transit: A GALE Interview with Professor Michael Bamberg Rising Suns, Rising Daughters – Gender, Class and Power in Japan Book Release Notice Sunderland, Jane: Jane Sunderland bibliography Vandrick, Stephanie: Examining the New Backlash: Pitting Male Disadvantage against Female Disadvantage in Educational Settings All at http://gale.tokyoprogressive.org.uk/article_newslmenu.html Newsletters include the following (downloadable PDF format) Fall 2003 Editor’s notepad SPECIAL FEATURE: Student Voices . . . . . . Ayami Ando: The reason why there is still sex discrimination Sayaka Ando: Women and Eating Disorders Remi Ito: Older people in Japan Rieko Nakagawa: Japanese of Korean descent Schoolhouse: In this issue, a description of Spencer Kagan’s approach to cooperative learning Gathering Place: Gender issues-related presentations at Peace as a Global Language 2003 in Tokyo Summer 2003 (Click on the links below to access the articles in HTML format) Featured articles: Need a Laugh? by Kay Hammond Alice Walker at Yokohama Women’s Forum by Kris Mizutani — NEW FEATURE: GALE goes out ‘n about! Gender and Contemporary Japan (Course Syllabus) by Tamah L. Nakamura Teaching Gender For Our Lives by Tamah L. Nakamura DVD/video resources for gender studies classes by Kathy Riley Osaka Women’s Clinic opens by Barbara Summerhawk ——————————————————————————– Winter 2002 Download Featured articles: Making Feminism Meaningful: Organizing Opportunities for Student Involvement in Social Change by Debby Lunny What¹s Love Got to Do with It? Explorations into Masculine Identity by Kathy Riley Some Reflections on Being a Gay Uncle by Alan McCornick MacKinnon Speaks to Anti-porn Group by Barbara Sumerhawk The Textbook Let¹s Talk about Women¹s Issues in English! by Reiko Yoshihara ——————————————————————————– Fall 2002 Featured articles: Gender, human rights, peace, ecology: PGL Conference sparks interdisciplinary dialogs by Tina Ottman GALE SIG Info JALT Preview EPA Association Formed PGL Conference Reports: Peace begins in the classroom Life-link Sexual Identity Positioning by Tina Ottman Independence through English by Michael Lee Harper WELL conference information ——————————————————————————– Summer 2002 Featured articles: Reconstructing Social Identity: Two Scholars Reflect on Patterns and Process by Tamah Nakamura Representations of Women: Some Criteria for Choosing an EFL Text by Jeff Hatter Women and Trade Unions in Kazakhstan by Roza Kalenova Story of Queer as a Second Language: A Journey from Sapporo to Salt Lake City, from theory to theatre by Cynthia Nelson PGL Conference Call for Contributions PGL Conference Presentations JALT Shizuoka Preview How to join GALE ——————————————————————————– Fall 2001 Featured articles: Teaching Peace – Kathy Riley, ed. Kano examines women’s roles in war at WELL/GALE Miniconference by Kathy Riley What’s happening at JALT/PAC Kitakyushu to deal with Gender by Simon Cole Teacher-traveler reaches out to Asia by Kathy Riley ——————————————————————————– Spring 2001 Featured articles: Student-Centered Reading and Discussion of Gender and Sexual Orientation Issues by Jane Joritz-Nakagawa Students Write About Gender by Jane Joritz-Nakagawa A Mannequin Called Anne by Yoshiko Sato My SweEEeet Memory in Holland by Kaoru Fujita Flexible Masculinity – masculinity with sociological approach by Yoshifumi Nakagawa Hokkaido Conference 2001 Update by J. Sean Curtin All at http://gale.tokyoprogressive.org.uk/newsletters.html Also see the site for Gender-related links.