““in this collection, sandra harding offers a broad spectrum of feminist research an incisive introduction with this collection, harding offers an outline of possibilities to students and practicing social scientists whose questions lie outside the dominant traditions of inquiry . This is a historical account of feminism that looks at the roots of feminism, voting rights, and the liberation of the sixties, and analyzes the current situation of women across europe, in the united states, and elsewhere in the world, particularly the third world countries. Durham, nc: duke university press 2003 the publication of chandra talpade mohanty's germinal essay, under western eyes: feminist scholarship and colonial discourses, made her a much admired and respected scholar, deeply influencing the thinking of many feminists, including myself. Desiring revolution second-wave feminism and the rewriting of twentieth-century american sexual thought jane gerhard columbia university press. Feminism and psychoanalytic theory [nancy j chodorow] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in this long-awaited book, a leading psychoanalytic feminist traces the development of her views on the psychodynamics.
West virginia university press is pleased to announce gender, feminism, and geography, a new book series edited by jennifer l fluri and amy trauger this is the first book series to focus on the study of feminism and gender in geography. Catharine alice mackinnon (born october 7, 1946) is an american scholar, lawyer, teacher, writer, and activistborn in minnesota, mackinnon attended smith college and earned her jd and phd from yale universityshe is the elizabeth a long professor of law at the university of michigan law school, where she has been tenured since 1990, and the james barr ames visiting scholar of law at. Separate roads to feminism: black, chicana, and white feminist movements in america’s second wave cambridge cambridge uk & new york: cambridge university press.
Over the past few decades feminist media scholarship has flourished, to become a major influence on the fields of media, film and cultural studies at the same time, the cultural shift towards 'post-feminism' has raised questions about the conti. The viennese women's movement at the turn of the century made valuable and original contributions to social reform, feminist ideology, and artistic and intellectual trends of the era this book—the first to examine this movement in depth—discusses its historical development, the activities. These examples of feminism are from the cambridge english corpus and from sources on the web these examples are from the cambridge english corpus and from sources on the web any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the cambridge dictionary editors or of cambridge university press or its licensors.
Fairy tales and feminism is a rich and readable book that covers a broad spectrum in time and space several appearances of the fairy tale occur in a balanced equilibrium, from seventeenth-century story-tellers to the early twenty-first-century tv shows. Twilight zones: the hiden life of cultural images from plato to oj university of california press, 1997 bordo, susan unbearable weight: feminism, western culture and the body. How should feminist theorists respond when women who claim to be feminists make “choices” that seemingly prop up patriarchy, new york: new york university press walker, rebecca, ed 1995 to be real: telling the truth and changing the face of feminism new york: anchor wolf, naomi 2006 two traditions. Feminism and politics (oxford readings in feminism) oxford university press 0198782055 like new/unread text is clean and unmarked has a small black line on the bottom/exterior edge of pages fine 1899-12-30. The book feminism and the abyss of freedom, linda m g zerilli is published by university of chicago press.
The feminist press is an educational nonprofit organization founded to advance women's rights and amplify feminist perspectives. Feminism, the public and the private offers an essential perspective on feminist theory for students and teachers of women's and gender studies, cultural studies, history, political theory, geography and sociology. [between feminism and islam] will make a lasting impact on the way that gender equality in morocco is studied, because it challenges conventional ways of interpreting and understanding the relationship between the liberal feminist and islamist movements.
The science question in feminism can science, steeped in western, masculine, bourgeois endeavors, nevertheless be used for emancipatory ends in this major contribution to the debate over the role gender plays in the scientific enterprise, sandra harding pursues that question. Outlines the key debates in feminism and women’s fiction in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries this book introduces you clearly and succinctly to the ways in which feminist ideas have transformed the form and content of women’s fiction and non-fiction writing. Gut feminism makes a rich contribution to feminist theory focused on engagement with biological/scientific data, and is an indispensable work for anyone interested in the biomedicine of depression —sonja erikainen, feminist theory. Catharine a mackinnon, noted feminist and legal scholar, explores and develops her original theories and practical proposals on sexual politics and lawthese discourses, originally delivered as speeches, have been brilliantly woven into a book that retains all the spontaneity and accessibility of a live presentation.