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Revaluing French Feminism: Critical Essays on Difference, Agency, and Culture (A Hypatia Book) e-book

Author:

Nancy Fraser,Sandra Lee Bartky

Language:

English

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History & Criticism

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4.5

Publisher:

Indiana University Press; English Language edition (April 22, 1992)

Pages:

208

ISBN:

0253206820

Revaluing French Feminism: Critical Essays on Difference, Agency, and Culture (A Hypatia Book) e-book

by Nancy Fraser,Sandra Lee Bartky


Fraser and Bartky have brought the encounter between . and French feminism to a new level of seriousness. - EthicsIn the last decade, elements of French feminist discourse have permeated and transformed the larger feminist culture in the United States.

Fraser and Bartky have brought the encounter between .

In the last decade, elements of French feminist discourse have permeated and transformed the larger feminist culture in the .

In the last decade, elements of French feminist discourse have permeated and transformed the larger feminist culture in the United States. This volume is the first sustained attempt to revalue French feminism and answer the question: What has been gained and what has been lost as a result of this intercultural encounter? Interviews with Simone de Beauvoir open the book; essays by French feminists Sarah Kofman and Luce Irigaray follow; the North American contributors are Judith Butler, Nancy Fraser, Diana J. Fuss, Nancy J. Holland, Eleanor H. Kuykendall, Dorothy Leland, Diana T. Meyers, Andrea.

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Revaluing French Feminism book. Fraser and Bartky have brought the encounter between .  . In the last decade, elements of French feminist discourse have permeated and transformed the larger feminist culture in the United States. This volume is the first sustained attempt to revalue French feminism and answer the question: What has been gain.

Revaluing French Feminism: Critical Essays on Difference, Agency, and Culture. Note: Almost all of Fraser's articles have been reprinted multiple times in various books and journals. Indiana Univeristy Press, 1992. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy. Social Justice in the Age of Identity Politics: Redistribution, Recognition and Participation," in The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Vol. 18. University of Utah Press, forthcoming.

Fraser, Nancy; Bartky, Sandra Lee (1992). Revaluing French feminism: critical essays on difference, agency, and culture. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Fraser, Nancy; Benhabib, Seyla; Butler, Judith; Cornell, Drucilla (1995). Feminist contentions: a philosophical exchange. Fraser, Nancy; Gordon, Linda (1995), "A genealogy of dependency: tracing a keyword of the .

Nancy Fraser is the Henry and Louise A. Loeb Professor of Philosophy and Politics at the New School for Social .

She works on social and political theor. Unruly Practices: Power, Discourse and Gender in Contemporary Social Theory (University of Minnesota Press, 1989). Also published in German translation.

Author: Nancy Fraser Sandra Lee Bartky . Contemporary French Feminism (Oxford Readings in Feminism). Agency and Answerability: Selected Essays. Philosophers on Race: Critical Essays.

... Fraser and Bartky have brought the encounter between U.S. and French feminism to a new level of seriousness."―Ethics

In the last decade, elements of French feminist discourse have permeated and transformed the larger feminist culture in the United States. This volume is the first sustained attempt to revalue French feminism and answer the question: What has been gained and what has been lost as a result of this intercultural encounter?

Interviews with Simone de Beauvoir open the book; essays by French feminists Sarah Kofman and Luce Irigaray follow; the North American contributors are Judith Butler, Nancy Fraser, Diana J. Fuss, Nancy J. Holland, Eleanor H. Kuykendall, Dorothy Leland, Diana T. Meyers, Andrea Nye, and Margaret A. Simons.


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