Talking Up: Young Women's Take on Feminism
Twentysomething women talk about living their feminism.
Exploring a range of personal and political experiences, this collection defines the landscape in which young Australian women stake their claim to feminism. The private collides with the public, anger with humour, desire with ideals. Writing themselves into the debate, these young women are talking up.
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Like a Corporate Virgin Tara Gutman
Finding My Feminism Kate Lundy
bodies and Battlefiel
Notes on Femmeinism
Mothers Daughters Louise DArcens
Lines of Women Virginia McLean
In Contempt Cassandra Austin
Scattered Speculations on Being a White Feminist Krysti Guest
Seeking a Place Stephanie Gilbert
Suzette Mitchell Beijing 1995
What You See is Not What You Get Vivienne Wynter
Reading Magazines Samantha Brazel
The Strategic Politics Misha Schubert of Organisation
Big f Little f Airlie Bussell
Mapping the Self
The Book of Revelations Emily Ballou
Notes on Contributors
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