Conflicts in Feminism

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Routledge, Chapman & Hall, Incorporated, 1990 - Social Science - 397 pages
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"Conflicts in Feminism" proposes new strategies for negotiating and practicing conflict in feminism. Noted scholars and writers examine the most critically divisive issues within feminism today with sensitivity to all sides of the debates. By analyzing how the debates have worked for and against feminism, and by promoting dialogue across a variety of contexts, these provocative essays explore the roots of divisiveness while articulating new models for a productive discourse of difference.

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Contents

January 4 1990
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3 A Conversation about Race and Class
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Replacing Feminist Criticism
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Marianne Hirsch is William Peterfield Trent Professor of English and Comparative Literature, and Co-Director of the Institute of Research on Women and Gender, at Columbia University. She is the author of "Family Frames: Photography, Narrative, and Postmemory", among other books. Leo Spitzer is Kathe Tappe Vernon Professor of History Emeritus at Dartmouth College, and the author of many books, most recently "Hotel Bolivia: A Culture of Memory in a Refuge from Nazism.

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