Materialist Feminism

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Duke University Press, Sep 15, 1994 - Social Science - 200 pages
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Materialist feminism is not an unproblematic term. Its relationship to what was called 'socialist feminism' in the 1970s and early 1980s is far from clear. This special issue of SAQ does not resolve these questions. Instead of providing a theory of materialist feminism in the abstract, the authors have tried to build up a provisional, tentative picture of what a 'materialist feminism' might look like in the 1990s.

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Contents

A Feminist Assessment
779
Enclosure Ascesis
803
The Rise
825
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Toril Moi was born and raised in Norway, and worked in England in the 1980s, before moving to Duke University in 1989, where she is now the James B. Duke Professor of Literature and Romance Studies. She is the author of numerous influential books on feminist theory. Her study of Ibsen, Henrik Ibsen
and the Birth of Modernism was published to wide critical acclaim in 2006.

Janice Radway is Frances Fox Professor of Literature at Duke University.

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