Women, Feminist Identity and Society in the 1980's: Selected Papers

Women, Feminist Identity and Society in the 1980's: Selected Papers

by Myriam Diaz-Diocaretz
     
 
The general objective of this volume is to present and discuss different modes of existence in women’s texts and feminist identity in political and poetic discourse on the one hand, and to analyze the factors which determine differing relationships between women and society, and which result in specific forms of identity on the other. The essays in this volume

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The general objective of this volume is to present and discuss different modes of existence in women’s texts and feminist identity in political and poetic discourse on the one hand, and to analyze the factors which determine differing relationships between women and society, and which result in specific forms of identity on the other. The essays in this volume explore language, gender, mass media, sexuality, class and social change, women’s identity as Blacks and in the Third World as well as the nature of domination, feminine criticism and female creativity. The volume opens with a challenging question by the feminist poet Adrienne Rich, ‘Who is We?’

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780915027514
Publisher:
Benjamins, John Publishing Company
Publication date:
09/01/1985
Series:
Critical Theory Series, #1
Pages:
148

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