Jean T Ishibashi

Blank Photo Department Women's Studies Department 
 Office Cloud Hall 402
 Phone (415) 452-4826
 Mailbox Ev116
 E-Mail jishibas@ccsf.edu
 Summer 2014 
 Office Hours
 
Summer 2014 Teaching Schedule
IDST 14 Ameri. Cultures in Lit & Film 3.0
ADVISE: ENGL 96 or placement in ENGL 1A
52734 001 Lec MTWR 11:10-01:15PM 06/16-07/25 BATL A203 Deadlines Book IDST 80E Diversity: Ableism 0.5 52739 601 Lec SAT 10:10-06:00PM 08/02-08/02 MUB A370 Deadlines Book
IDST 80 E: Diversity and Social Justice: Abelism meets on 8/2/2014 only. It satisfies requirements for the Diversity and Social Justice, Sexual Health Educator, Trauma Prevention and Recovery, and Youth Workers certificates.
WOMN 25 Intro to Women's Studies:Femin 3.0 52610 831 Onl M 05:30-08:20PM 06/16-06/16 1125 Valencia St. A271 Deadlines Book M 05:30-08:20PM 06/30-06/30 1125 Valencia St. A271 M 05:30-08:20PM 07/21-07/21 1125 Valencia St. A271
WOMN 25-Sec 831 is an online class with on-campus meetings. Students are required to attend three face to face meetings on Monday nights 6/16, 6/30 and 7/21 at the Mission Campus Room 271 from 5:30-8:20PM with the co-instructor Jean Ishibashi. For course details students must check instructor's website at http://www.elisabetharruda.com. For more information about online courses go to http://www.ccsf.edu/online/courses
52802 832 Onl R 05:30-08:20PM 06/19-06/19 MIC A271 Deadlines Book R 05:30-08:20PM 07/10-07/10 MIC A271 R 05:30-08:20PM 07/24-07/24 MIC A271
WOMN 25-832 is an online class with on-campus meetings. Students are required to attend three face to face meetings on Thursday nights 6/19, 7/10 and 7/24 at the Mission Campus, Room 271 from 5:30-8:20 p.m. with the co-instructor Jean Ishibashi. For course details students must check the instructor's website at http://www.elisabetharruda.com. For more information about online courses go to http://www.ccsf.edu/online/courses.

B.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison; M.A., Stanford University; Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley

Prof. Ishibashi has been teaching part-time at CCSF since 2004 in Women's Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Instructional/educational philosophy and goals:

We are all experts in our own lived experiences. Those re-searched experiences can empower us to relate differently to ourselves and others. That re-search, documented and retold in stories, can be a powerful transformative agent moving mountains and systems like water, the lifeblood of mother earth, teaching us life's lessons and providing wisdom for generations to come.

All our relations.
Kodomonotameni.

Involvement in non-instructional CCSF activities, e.g. committees, clubs:

Faculty Advisor for the following:
Women's Resource Center
Women United
Ourstories Club
Intersecting Identities Conference Service Learning Students

Books published or participation in professional or community organizations:

Dr. Ish has had various articles published in books and journals about the transformative power of our stories. S/he is a member of various community based organizations.

Hobbies or extracurricular activities:

One of Dr. Ish's interests is midwifing her, his, and our stories!

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