Social Postmodernism: Beyond Identity Politicsby Linda Nicholson, Steven Seidman
Pub. Date: 09/28/1995
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Postmodern perspectives on the new social movements (race, gender, sexuality), supported by wider cultural analysis. See more details below
Postmodern perspectives on the new social movements (race, gender, sexuality), supported by wider cultural analysis.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part I. Critiques of Identity: 1. Interpreting gender Linda Nicholson; 2. Feminist encounters: locating the politics of experience Chandra Talpade Monhanty; 3. Postcolonial criticism and Indian historiography Gyan Prakash; Part II. Critiques of the Deconstruction of Identity: 4. African identities Kwame Anthony Appiah; 5. Deconstructing queer theory or the under-theorization of the social and the ethical Steven Seidman; 6. Queer visibility in commodity culture Rosemary Hennessy; Part III. Postmodern Approaches to the Social: 7. Gender as seriality: thinking about women as a social collective Iris Marion Young; 8. Refiguring social space Cindy Patton; 9. Just framing: ethnicities and racisms in a 'postmodern' framework Ali Rattansi; 10. Politics culture and the public sphere: toward a postmodern conception Nancy Fraser; Part IV. Postmodern Approaches to the Political: 11. Feminism citizenship and radical democratic politics Chantal Mouffe; 12. The space of justice: lesbians and democratic politics Shane Phelan; 13. Against the liberal state: ACT-UP and the emergence of postmodern politics Stanley Aronowitz; 14. Democracies of pleasure: thoughts on the goals of radical sexual politics R. W. Connell.
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