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Contemporary Feminist Theories

ISBN-10: 0814742491
ISBN-13: 9780814742495
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Book details

List price: $24.00
Publisher: New York University Press
Publication date: 10/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Feminist theory has grown into a vast field. Feminist writers, thinkers, and activists have produced an often bewildering body of knowledge concerned with difference and diversity, identity and inequality, ethnicity, race, and class, as well as gender. Despite its growing influence, however, no single comprehensive text encompasses the past, present, and future of feminist theory.Contemporary Feminist Theorieswas inspired by a dissatisfaction with existing introductions, which often fail to fully track change and capture diversity within feminist thought. The volume draws on the expertise of a range of Western feminists in order to reflect the breadth of feminist theory as well as shifts within it. Each chapter maps the development of feminist thought in a particular area over time, and suggests future directions.Reflecting the diversity of feminist theory in fields from literature and linguistics to science and politics, this multi-disciplinary map of feminist thinking is an ideal classroom text.The contributors include Lisa Adkins, Vicki Bertram, Deborah Cameron, Elizabeth Frazer, Caroline Gonda, Penelope Harvey, Maggie Humm, Kadiatu Kanneh, Mary Maynard, Sara Mills, Jane Scoular, Sue Thornham, Sue Vice, and Patricia Waugh.

Thinking for Ourselves: An Introduction to Feminist Theorising
Feminist Social Theory
Feminist Theory and Economic Change
Feminist Political Theory
Feminist Jurisprudence
Feminism and Anthropology
Black Feminisms
Post-colonial Feminist Theory
Lesbian Theory
Theorising Gender and Sexuality
Feminist Linguistic Theories
Psychoanalytic Feminist Theory
Postmodernism and Feminism
Feminist Literary Theory
Feminist Media and Film Theory
Theorising the Personal
Women's Studies
Notes on Contributors
Subject Index
Name Index

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