Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism

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Sierra Club Books, 1990 - Nature - 320 pages
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Essays by leading ecofeminist scholars, poets, activistis, spiritual teachers, and artists who envision a restoration of harmony in a global environment damaged by a devaluation of nature and women. Includes writings by poets, novelists, scholars, scientists, ecological activists, and spiritual teachers. Many were first presented at the conference "Ecofeminist perspectives : culture, nature and theory," held at the University of Southern California, in March 1987.

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User Review  - Kathleen - Goodreads

This is a fantastic introduction to an important social movement. There are chapters written by many of the famous ecofeminists, like Starhawk. There are also a couple of chapters comparing and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Letha - Goodreads

This has been on my reading list for several years. I'm glad I got around to reading it. The essays provide philosophical foundation for transformative change. They are strongly provocative ... Read full review

Contents

BRIAN SWIMME
15
RIANE EISLER
23
SALLY ABBOTT
35
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Teaches Political Science and Women's Studies at the University of Oregon.

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