Feminist Genealogies, Colonial Legacies, Democratic Futures
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Description: This collection of original work charts the various feminist theories and practices that address imperialism, post-colonialism, and the advanced capital nation-state.
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Copyright year: 1997
Publication date: 11/20/1996
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Genealogies, Legacies, Movements|
|Women Workers and Capitalist Scripts: Ideologies of Domination, Common Interests, and the Politics of Solidarity|
|"A Great Way to Fly": Nationalism, the State, and the Varieties of Third-World Feminism|
|Sheroes and Villains: Conceptualizing Colonial and Contemporary Violence Against Women in Africa|
|Erotic Autonomy as a Politics of Decolonization: An Anatomy of Feminist and State Practice in the Bahamas Tourist Economy|
|Civil Rights versus Sovereignty: Native American Women in Life and Land Struggles|
|Postmodernism, "Realism," and the Politics of Identity: Cherrie Moraga and Chicana Feminism|
|Probing "Morality" and State Violence: Feminist Values and Communicative Interaction in Prison Testimonios in India and Argentina|
|Toward a Genealogy of Black Female Sexuality: The Problematic of Silence|
|Post-Third-Worldist Culture: Gender, Nation, and the Cinema|
|Ring Ding in a Tight Corner: Sistren, Collective Democracy, and the Organization of Cultural Production|
|Looking at Ourselves: The Women's Movement in Hyderabad|
|The Dynamics of WINning: An Analysis of Women in Nigeria (WIN)|
|The Public/Private Mirage: Mapping Homes and Undomesticating Violence Work in the South Asian Immigrant Community|
|One Finger Does Not Drink Okra Soup: Afro-Surinamese Women and Critical Agency|