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Author: Sneja Gunew
ISBN13: 978-0415012270
Title: Feminist Knowledge: Critique and Construct
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Routledge (June 5, 1992)
Pages: 368

Feminist Knowledge: Critique and Construct by Sneja Gunew

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Personal Name: Gunew, Sneja Marina, 1946-. Rubrics: Feminist theory Feminist criticism. by Praxishandbuch Zeitarbeit Perspektiven, Chanchen, RisikenRicarda Bouncken. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Part 1 Feminist Knowledge 1. Feminist Knowledge: Critique and Construct Sneja Gunew 2. Feminist Knowledge, Women’s Liberation and Women’s Studies Susan Sheridan Part 2 Contemporary Theories of Power and Subjectivity 3. Contemporary Theories of Power and Subjectivity Elizabeth Grosz 4. Feminism, Subjectivity and Sexual Difference Philipa Rothfield Part 3 Discourses of Definition 5. Philosophy Elizabeth Grosz 6. Psychoanalysis and Feminism Hazel. Rowley and Elizabeth Grosz 7. The Definition of Male and Female: Biological Reductionism and the Sanctions of Normality Gisela T. Kaplan and Lesley . .

Critique and Construct. View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. The ‘minority’ feminist viewpoints have often been submerged in the interests of maintaining a mainstream, universal model of feminism. While sisterhood is indeed global, it certainly does not mean that all women are required to submerge their specific differences and assimilate to a universal model.

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Ellen Messer-Davidow. Elizabeth Kamarck Minnich Feminist Knowledge: Critique and Construct. Sneja Gunew," Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 17, no. 3 (Spring, 1992): 676-688.

Feminist knowledge Close. Are you sure you want to remove Feminist knowledge from your list? Feminist knowledge. critique and construct. Published in London ; New York. Includes bibliographies and index. 6. The Physical Object.

In fact in this book Grosz only mentions sexism twice, both times as something she is not interested in. By implication sexism is identified as a problem with feminist critique rather than a problem that feminists critique. But this is a much wider issue: I have read countless references to knee-jerk feminist responses, or knee-jerk feminist reactions or knee-jerk feminist calls. Elizabeth Grosz (1990). Contemporary Theories of Power and Subjectivity in Sneja Gunew (ed). Feminist Knowledge: Critique and Construct. The Nick of Time: Politics, Evolution, and the Untimely.

The 1980s have seen many new developments in the field of feminist theory. The original essays in this collection engage with many of the most recent feminist theories and discourses. They take into account the interventions made by feminist theory in post-structuralism and postmodernism. They also consider a wide range of writings which have helped shape feminist theory. Together, they argue for an approach to knowledge which is both a critique of existing forms of knowledge and a construction of new feminist positions which necessarily borrow from these dominant theories. "Feminist Knowledge - Critique and Construct" situates feminist theory in relation to psychoanalysis, deconstruction, and discourse theory, and looks at the consequences of developments in biology and the new feminist spirituality. There are many kinds of feminism, and one of the most exciting current developments is a recognition of the differences to be found among women. Both radical and socialist feminist positions are represented, and the theoretical and political strengths of such differences highlighted. Recent debates around cultural and racial differences amongst women are analyzed and the growth of women's studies as an institution examined.