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Women, class, and the feminist imagination

a socialist-feminist reader

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Published by Temple University Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Feminism -- United States.,
    • Socialism -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Karen V. Hansen and Ilene J. Philipson.
      SeriesWomen in the political economy
      ContributionsHansen, Karen V., Philipson, Ilene J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1426 .W6365 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 624 p. ;
      Number of Pages624
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2057339M
      ISBN 10087722630X, 0877226547
      LC Control Number88036258

      Reviews 'This original new book offers a compelling analysis of what is at stake when women claim or repudiate a feminist identity. Brilliantly written and insightful, Repudiating Feminism approaches phrases such as "I'm not a feminist" to explore them as performances of identity in which class, sexuality and race are deeply implicated.   These include the best from the lates feminist interest in Alcott (Nina Auerbach's "Waiting Together: Alcott on Matriarchy" and Judith Fetterley's "Little Women: Alcott's Civil War") and a pair of more recent essays (Keyser's piece on families and Catharine R. Stimpson's wonderful "Reading for Love: Canons, Paracanons, and Whistling Jo March.

      The feminist sex wars, also known as the lesbian sex wars, or simply the sex wars or porn wars, are terms used to refer to collective debates amongst feminists regarding a number of issues broadly relating to sexuality and sexual ences of opinion on matters of sexuality deeply polarized the feminist movement, particularly leading feminist thinkers, in the late s and early. and weaknesses of this work--how persuasive is it to you, as a feminist and as a person. If there's a book not on this list which you think would be relevant and which you'd like to present to the class, let me know. DUE DATES Sep 23 Stone, When God Was A Woman Patai, The Hebrew Goddess Phillips, Eve 30 Teubal, Sarah The Priestess Gross, Ed.

        Working-class women might not be fighting for a cause with words, time and money they don’t have, but they possess an unsurpassed wisdom about the Author: Sarah Smarsh.   Another feminist film starring Julia Roberts, this one revolves around a teacher at a women’s college in the s who encourages her students to Author: Emily Lackey.


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