Citizenship: Pushing the Boundaries

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Feminist Review Collective
Routledge, 1998 - Political Science - 200 pages
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This topic is fast becoming a major issue of debate among a wide cross-section of disciplines. Citizenship brings together global perspectives on issues of citizenship in particular regional and national contexts. Papers include- - Women, Citizenship and Difference - Citizenship- Towards a Feminist Synthesis - The Public/Private- The Imagined Boundary in the Imagined Nation/State/Community - Enabling Citizenship- Gender, Disability and Citizenship in Australia - The Limits of Europeaness- Immigrant Women in Fortress Europe - Negotiating Citizenship- the case of Foreign Domestic Workers in Canada - Womens Publics and the Search for New Democracies. Now in its 20th year, Feminist Review is an internationally acclaimed journal that explores the breadth of contemporary feminism, covering such areas as feminist theory, race, class and sexuality, cultural studies, black and third world feminism, poetry and politics.

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