Coming to terms: feminism, theory, politics
In this stimulating collection of essays, some of the most prominent critical thinkers in feminist studies address feminism's relationship to theory and politics at the level of the criticism and the production of knowledge.
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Nancy K Miller
Commentary Postponing Politics
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Formations of Class & Gender: Becoming Respectable
Limited preview - 1997