Dialogue and Difference: Feminisms Challenge Globalization / Edition 1

Dialogue and Difference: Feminisms Challenge Globalization / Edition 1

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Dialogue and Difference: Feminisms Challenge Globalization / Edition 1

Calling for inclusion and dialogue, these essays by an international group of feminist scholars and activists stress the need to put into relation seemingly discrepant approaches to reality and to scholarship in order to build coalitions across the usual North/South and East/West divides. This diverse group of authors, who spent fourteen weeks working collaboratively, dispense with unity and seek instead to use dialogue and difference in their production of knowledge about effective political action. The dialogues materialized here among women's movements that have emerged within different contexts and cosmologies take feminisms' challenges to contemporary corporate globalization in new empirical and theoretical directions.

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ISBN-13: 9781403967640
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan US
Publication date: 04/08/2005
Series: Comparative Feminist Studies Series
Edition description: 2005
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Preface; C.Talpade Mohanty Introduction; M.Waller & S.Marcos PART ONE: ENCOUNTERS Towards an Ethics of Transnational Encounter or 'When' Does a 'Chinese' Woman Become a 'Feminist'?; S-M.Shih Making Sense in Chinese "Feminism"/Women's Studies; Y.Wu PART TWO: ENCOUNTERING 'Third World Women': Rac(e)ing the Global in a U.S. Classroom; P.Chatterjee International Conferences as Sites for Transnational Feminist Struggles: The Case of the First International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora (WAAD); O.Nnaemeka PART THREE: DIALOGUES The Borders Within The Indigenous Women's Movement and Feminism in Mexico; S.Marcos One Voice Kills Both Our Voices: Transcultural Feminist Engagement; M.R.Waller Conversation on 'Feminist Imperialism and the Politics of Difference'; S-M.Shih , S.Marcos , O.Nnaemeka & M.R.Waller PART FOUR: RECONCEIVING RIGHTS South Wind: Towards a New Political Imaginary; C.Kumar Accidental Crossings: Tourism, Sex Work, and Women's Rights in the Dominican Republic; A.Cabezas Feminism and Human Rights at a Crossroads in Africa: Reconciling Universalism and Cultural Relativism; J.Ngozi Ezeilo

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