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Conflict and Counterpoint in Lesbian, Gay, and Feminist Studies, Foertsch, Jacqueline
1 Foertsch, Jacqueline
Conflict and Counterpoint in Lesbian, Gay, and Feminist Studies
UK Palgrave Macmillan
2007 1403978999 / 9781403978998 First Edition Hardcover New 14.8 x 2 x 21.9 cm 
240 Pages. NEW. Interrogating a broad array of lesbian, gay, and feminist theories, this book considers instances of unnecessarily divisive turf-battling, yet focuses primarily on the productive debates that define and vitalize the field. Book Description: Interrogating a broad array of lesbian, gay, and feminist theories, this book considers instances of unnecessarily divisive turf-battling, yet focuses primarily on the productive debates that define and vitalize the field. : About the Author: JACQUELINE FOERTSCH is Assistant Professor of English at the University of North Texas, USA, and author of Enemies Within: The Cold War and the AIDS Crisis in Literature, Film, and Culture. She is the current editor of Studies in the Novel. Size: 14.8 x 2 x 21.9 cm. 240 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1403978999. ISBN/EAN: 9781403978998. Hardcover X123-1175 1.00 
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Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice, Bryson, Valerie
2 Bryson, Valerie
Feminist Debates: Issues of Theory and Political Practice
UK Palgrave Macmillan
1999 0333613406 / 9780333613405 First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition 350.5 x 43.2 x 21.6 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Are women still oppressed? Is paid employment the key to liberation? Should pornography be banned? Do women have an absolute right to abortion? Can women in government really make a difference? This book draws on a wide range of theoretical, empirical and comparative material to provide a lucid account of feminist debates and the ways in which political disagreements stem from underlying theoretical assumptions. Clear and balanced in its assessment of different problems and perspectives, it offers an essential guide to contemporary feminist thinking and practice. : From the Publisher: Contents and Author Details: CONTENTS: Introduction - Feminist Theories Today - Gender, 'Race' and Class - Feminism and the Law - Politics and the State - The Family and Paid Employment - Reproduction - Pornography - The Problem of Men - Conclusion: VALERIE BRYSON is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Huddersfield. : About the Author: VALERIE BRYSON is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Huddersfield. She is the author of Feminist Political Theory: An Introduction. Size: 350.5 x 43.2 x 21.6 cm. 280 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0333613406. ISBN/EAN: 9780333613405. Paperback F199-1033 1.00 
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Gender and Israeli Society: Women's Time (Journal of Israeli History), Naveh, Hannah
3 Naveh, Hannah
Gender and Israeli Society: Women's Time (Journal of Israeli History)
UK Vallentine Mitchell & Co Ltd
2003 0853035032 / 9780853035039 First Edition Softcover Fine Condition 1.9 x 14.6 x 21 cm 
198 Pages. This volume of essays by prominent researchers in Israeli history and society is the first of two interconnected volumes engaging with the concept of "women's time". It recounts stories and histories of women, along with other marginalized groups, categories and classes, and places them back into history. The studies in this volume illuminate the complex and multifaceted nature of issues of feminist concern, asking whether the manifestation of women's interests as a class brings women into the public sphere or whether it induces compliance with national interests. "Women's time" involves resistance to self-evident and often patriarchal truths and knowledge, and, by creating a model for the investigation of other obliterated narratives, serves the well-being of all, in Israel and beyond. Synopsis: This volume of essays by prominent researchers in Israeli history and society is the first of two interconnected volumes engaging with the concept of "women's time". It recounts stories and histories of women, along with other marginalized groups, categories and classes, and places them back into history. The studies in this volume illuminate the complex and multifaceted nature of issues of feminist concern, asking whether the manifestation of women's interests as a class brings women into the public sphere or whether it induces compliance with national interests. "Women's time" involves resistance to self-evident and often patriarchal truths and knowledge, and, by creating a model for the investigation of other obliterated narratives, serves the well-being of all, in Israel and beyond. Size: 1.9 x 14.6 x 21 cm. 198 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0853035032. ISBN/EAN: 9780853035039. Paperback X129-1550 1.00 
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Gender and the Social Construction of Illness (The Gender Lens) b., Lorber, Judith
4 Lorber, Judith
Gender and the Social Construction of Illness (The Gender Lens) b.
UK SAGE Publications, Inc
1997 0803958137 / 9780803958135 First Edition Hardcover New No Dust Jacket 15.7 x 1.5 x 23.5 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: In this timely and perceptive volume, Judith Lorber considers the interface between gender as a social institution on the one hand, and western medicine as a social institution on the other. Focusing on belief that illnesses are considered to be physical, Judith Lorber brings a feminist viewpoint to analyze issues of power and politics which have pervaded the study of both gender and medicine in recent times. : About the Author: Judith Lorber (born November 28, 1931) is Professor Emerita of Sociology and Women's Studies at The CUNY Graduate Center and Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. She is a foundational theorist of social construction of gender difference and has more recently called for a de-gendering of the social world. Lorber was actively involved in Sociologists for Women in Society from the early 1970's. She developed and taught some of the first courses in the sociology of gender, women's studies, and feminist theory at Brooklyn College and the Graduate School, where she was the first Coordinator of the Women's Studies Certificate Program in 1988-1991. She was Chair of the ASA Sex and Gender Section in 1992-93 and was awarded the Jessie Bernard Award in 1996 "in recognition of scholarly work that has enlarged the horizons of sociology to encompass fully the role of women in society. Size: 15.7 x 1.5 x 23.5 cm. 160 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0803958137. ISBN/EAN: 9780803958135. Hardcover B199-1133 1.00 
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Gender Question In Globalization : Changing Perspectives and Practices, Driel, Francien van (Editor)
5 Driel, Francien van (Editor)
Gender Question In Globalization : Changing Perspectives and Practices
UK Ashgate Publishing Limited
2005 0754639231 / 9780754639237 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 1.9 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm 
246 Pages. Small bump to top and both bottom edges of the boards. Both boards are marked. Orthodox views of globalization assume that it has the same features and impact everywhere, i.e. the feminization of poverty, labour and even peace. As these ideas circulate in official documents and scientific writings, they settle practically as truths. This challenging and unique book is amongst the first to deconstruct these orthodoxies, using a multi-layered gender analysis where globalization is not treated as a linear and top-down process with a known outcome and a pre-conceived definition of gender. Instead, the authors scrutinize the dynamics of each context on its own merits, including the agency of women and men, resulting in unexpected and groundbreaking insights into the variety of differences apparent, even in sometimes seemingly similar global processes. Through this gender lens, different and new meanings of gender appear, rooted in multiple modernities. The book will be a seminal contribution to debates in the fields of international labour, sexuality, identity, feminism, peace studies and migration. Book Description: Orthodox views of globalization assume that it has the same features and impact everywhere, i.e. the feminization of poverty, labour and even peace. As these ideas circulate in official documents and scientific writings, they settle practically as truths. This challenging and unique book is amongst the first to deconstruct these orthodoxies, using a multi-layered gender analysis where globalization is not treated as a linear and top-down process with a known outcome and a pre-conceived definition of gender. Instead, the authors scrutinize the dynamics of each context on its own merits, including the agency of women and men, resulting in unexpected and groundbreaking insights into the variety of differences apparent, even in sometimes seemingly similar global processes. Through this gender lens, different and new meanings of gender appear, rooted in multiple modernities. The book will be a seminal contribution to debates in the fields of international labour, sexuality, identity, feminism, peace studies and migration. : About the Author: Tine Davids is a Lecturer and Francien van Driel is an Associate Professor both in the Centre for International Development Issues Nijmegen (CIDIN), Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands. Size: 1.9 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm. 246 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0754639231. ISBN/EAN: 9780754639237. Hardcover X131-1016 1.00 
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Gender Question In Globalization : Changing Perspectives and Practices, Driel, Francien van (Editor)
6 Driel, Francien van (Editor)
Gender Question In Globalization : Changing Perspectives and Practices
UK Ashgate Publishing Limited
2005 0754639231 / 9780754639237 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 1.9 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm 
Some marking to side edge of the page. Small bump to bottom edge of the board. Orthodox views of globalization assume that it has the same features and impact everywhere, i.e. the feminization of poverty, labour and even peace. As these ideas circulate in official documents and scientific writings, they settle practically as truths. This challenging and unique book is amongst the first to deconstruct these orthodoxies, using a multi-layered gender analysis where globalization is not treated as a linear and top-down process with a known outcome and a pre-conceived definition of gender. Instead, the authors scrutinize the dynamics of each context on its own merits, including the agency of women and men, resulting in unexpected and groundbreaking insights into the variety of differences apparent, even in sometimes seemingly similar global processes. Through this gender lens, different and new meanings of gender appear, rooted in multiple modernities. The book will be a seminal contribution to debates in the fields of international labour, sexuality, identity, feminism, peace studies and migration. Book Description: Orthodox views of globalization assume that it has the same features and impact everywhere, i.e. the feminization of poverty, labour and even peace. As these ideas circulate in official documents and scientific writings, they settle practically as truths. This challenging and unique book is amongst the first to deconstruct these orthodoxies, using a multi-layered gender analysis where globalization is not treated as a linear and top-down process with a known outcome and a pre-conceived definition of gender. Instead, the authors scrutinize the dynamics of each context on its own merits, including the agency of women and men, resulting in unexpected and groundbreaking insights into the variety of differences apparent, even in sometimes seemingly similar global processes. Through this gender lens, different and new meanings of gender appear, rooted in multiple modernities. The book will be a seminal contribution to debates in the fields of international labour, sexuality, identity, feminism, peace studies and migration. : About the Author: Tine Davids is a Lecturer and Francien van Driel is an Associate Professor both in the Centre for International Development Issues Nijmegen (CIDIN), Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands. Size: 1.9 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm. 246 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0754639231. ISBN/EAN: 9780754639237. Hardcover X130-1490 1.00 
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Gender Question In Globalization : Changing Perspectives and Practices, Driel, Francien van (Editor)
7 Driel, Francien van (Editor)
Gender Question In Globalization : Changing Perspectives and Practices
UK Ashgate Publishing Limited
2005 0754639231 / 9780754639237 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 1.9 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm 
Orthodox views of globalization assume that it has the same features and impact everywhere, i.e. the feminization of poverty, labour and even peace. As these ideas circulate in official documents and scientific writings, they settle practically as truths. This challenging and unique book is amongst the first to deconstruct these orthodoxies, using a multi-layered gender analysis where globalization is not treated as a linear and top-down process with a known outcome and a pre-conceived definition of gender. Instead, the authors scrutinize the dynamics of each context on its own merits, including the agency of women and men, resulting in unexpected and groundbreaking insights into the variety of differences apparent, even in sometimes seemingly similar global processes. Through this gender lens, different and new meanings of gender appear, rooted in multiple modernities. The book will be a seminal contribution to debates in the fields of international labour, sexuality, identity, feminism, peace studies and migration. Book Description: Orthodox views of globalization assume that it has the same features and impact everywhere, i.e. the feminization of poverty, labour and even peace. As these ideas circulate in official documents and scientific writings, they settle practically as truths. This challenging and unique book is amongst the first to deconstruct these orthodoxies, using a multi-layered gender analysis where globalization is not treated as a linear and top-down process with a known outcome and a pre-conceived definition of gender. Instead, the authors scrutinize the dynamics of each context on its own merits, including the agency of women and men, resulting in unexpected and groundbreaking insights into the variety of differences apparent, even in sometimes seemingly similar global processes. Through this gender lens, different and new meanings of gender appear, rooted in multiple modernities. The book will be a seminal contribution to debates in the fields of international labour, sexuality, identity, feminism, peace studies and migration. : About the Author: Tine Davids is a Lecturer and Francien van Driel is an Associate Professor both in the Centre for International Development Issues Nijmegen (CIDIN), Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands. Size: 1.9 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm. 246 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0754639231. ISBN/EAN: 9780754639237. Hardcover X109-1232 1.00 
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Gender Reconstructions: Pornography and Perversions in Literature and Culture., Mazzola, Mr. Robert L. (Editor)
8 Mazzola, Mr. Robert L. (Editor)
Gender Reconstructions: Pornography and Perversions in Literature and Culture.
UK Ashgate Publishing Limited
2002 0754602869 / 9780754602866 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 1.3 x 15.9 x 22.9 cm 
Available Now. "Book Description: Timely and politically pertinent, this collection of essays links the fields of women's studies and cultural studies, examining women's desires and women as objects of desire. Working in diverse disciplines and time periods, the contributors address the common theme of 'perversion' as a cultural, often linguistic, construct. Analysing texts and images from medieval times to the twentieth century, the volume affords the reader modernist and postmodernist perspectives on the connected issues of erotics, pornography, and perversion. : About the Author: Cindy Carlson, Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA, Robert L. Mazzola, and Susan Bernardo, Wagner College, USA Martine van Elk, Cindy L. Carlson, Susan M. Bernardo, Eleanor Salotto, Deborah Caslav Covino, Ernestine Daubner, Robert L. Mazzola, Gregory J. Rubinson, Heather B. Kerr, Kelly L. Thomas, Ann Bomberger." Size: 1.3 x 15.9 x 22.9 cm. 286 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0754602869. ISBN/EAN: 9780754602866. Hardcover B197-1057 1.00 
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Joyous Greetings: The First International Women's Movement, 1830-1860, Anderson, Bonnie S.
9 Anderson, Bonnie S.
Joyous Greetings: The First International Women's Movement, 1830-1860
UK Oxford University Press
2000 0195143973 / 9780195143973 First Edition Softcover New 22.6 x 2.3 x 14.7 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Between 1830 and 1865, a very radical international women's movement rose and fell in the West; this is the first book to tell its story. Joyous Greetings recounts the lives and works of the heroic women who challenged the entire system of male supremacy in the United States, England, France, Germany and Sweden. Anderson's Book provides the lost roots to modern feminism and introduces us to a cast of forgotten women, with important implications for American and European history. : Review: "In this new look at the networks established among early nineteenth century feminists, Bonnie Anderson documents the importance of international influences in the building of movements for women's emancipation. The book challenges the idea that these movements were uniquely national in character and insists instead on the fact that feminism was an international movement from its inception. Joyous Greetings, clearly and passionately written, is a welcome addition to the history of feminism."--Joan Wallach Scott, Institute for Advanced Study"Bonnie Anderson has given us a very original and exciting portrait of 'the first international women's movement.' From the women's rights activists of Seneca Falls, New York, to the 'Vesuviennes' of Parisian Street battles, she shows us women who knew themselves to be sisters and struggled for the universal emancipation of their sex. Anderson's work will permanently alter how we will see a whole generation of pioneering European and American feminists."--Ellen Carol DuBois, University of California, Los Angeles"Joyous Greetings is joyous news to nineteenth-century women's historians in the U.S. and Europe. Tracing the personal and political connections among a core group of twenty woman's rights advocates from the U.S., England, France, and the German states, many of whom met each other as they travelled or migrated over the course of their lives and all of whom corresponded with pioneer activists in other countries, Bonnie Anderson offers the first in-depth portrait of mid-nineteenth century international feminism. Linking revolutionary events in France and the German states with radical activities in England and the U.S., this book argues persuasively for the significance of international connections in inspiring and sustaining national movements to advance the rights of women. In the process it changes our understanding of feminism in each of the nations discussed and opens up whole new worlds for future exploration."--Nancy A. Hewitt, Rutgers University[for adoption] "Joyous Greetings is joyous news to nineteenth-century women's historians in the U.S. and Europe. This is a marvelous and important book which will, for the first time, recognize and analyze the international connections among early women's rights advocates....I would certainly use this book in both undergraduate and graduate classes."--Nancy A. Hewitt, Rutgers University"Thorough, compelling, and inspiring. Anderson showcases an array of European and American feminists--Frederika Bremer, Jeanne Deroin, Lucretia Mott, Pauline Roland, Ernestine Rose, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton--and highlights their work in promoting a world free of sexism, racism, and inequality....Engrossing and insightful"--Eleanor J. Bader, Library Journal : About the Author: A life-long New Yorker, Bonnie S. Anderson is a Professor of History at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, where she teaches women's history and British history. With Judith Zinsser, she co-authored the classic two-volume narrative A History of Their Own: Womenin Europe from Prehistory to the Present (revised edition, OUP, 1999). Long active in the women's movement, she has been a volunteer rape crisis counselor at St. Vincent's Hospital in Greenwich Village for over ten years. Size: 22.6 x 2.3 x 14.7 cm. 304 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 3. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0195143973. ISBN/EAN: 9780195143973. Paperback F171-1201 1.00 
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Jung: A Feminist Revision, Rowland, Susan
10 Rowland, Susan
Jung: A Feminist Revision
UK Polity Press
2002 0745625169 / 9780745625164 First Edition Hardcover New No Dust Jacket 15.7 x 2 x 23.6 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Jung: A Feminist Revision explores the relationship between feminist theory and Jungian studies. It combines an original student-friendly introduction to Jung, his life and work, his treatment of gender and the range of post-Jungian gender theory, with new research linking Jung to deconstruction, post-Freudian feminism, postmodernism, the sublime, and the postmodern body. : Feminism has neglected Jung to its own detriment. While evaluating the reasons for this neglect, Jung: A Feminist Revision uses the diversity of feminist critical tools from historical analysis to poststructuralism. In a fresh and illuminating study, this book provides both a critique of Jung and demonstrates his positive potential for future feminisms. New theories are explored which develop relationships between the work of Jung and Jacques Lacan, Luce Irigaray, Helene Cixous, Julia Kristeva and Judith Butler. Particular attention is paid to the growth of post-Jungian studies of gender. This includes a cogent study of the tradition of Jungian feminism that looks to ′the feminine principle′ and narratives of goddesses. Jungian ′goddess′ feminism′s enduring appeal is re-examined in the context of postmodern re-thinking of subjectivity and gender. : The book proposes a re-orientation of Jungian studies in its relationship to feminism. The result is an accessible text that introduces Jung and sets out his relevance to contemporary feminisms. : This book will be essential reading for undergraduates and postgraduates studying feminist theory, psychoanalytical theory, literature and psychology. : Review: "Susan Rowland′s Jung: A Feminist Revision makes a powerful contribution to criticism. More than assert Jung′s relevance for postmodern and feminist theories, she succeeds, single-handedly, in restoring Jung to his rightful place in contemporary thought. Encyclopaedic in scope yet original in its aims and approach, Jung: A Feminist Revision will become the seminal, standard work in its field. Readers new to Jung will find Rowland′s outline of his life and writings highly accessible; Jungian scholars will find her interpretations as sensible and compelling as they are revisionary; most important, contemporary feminists will now find in Jung a surprising new ally and resource for constructing postmodern feminisms′. Featuring background surveys of current feminist theories, postmodernism, and deconstruction as well as of Jungian (and post-Jungian) psychology, this book provides no less than a primer of recent criticism. Here and in previous studies, Rowland establishes herself as one of Jung′s most sensitive and original contemporary critics. The distinctions she makes between Jung the grand theorist′ and Jung the author of personal myth′ will prove particularly useful to scholars interested in postmodern approaches to Jungian psychology and criticism. " James S. Baumlin, Southwest Missouri State University : "This is a truly ground-breaking book. Rowland has done what has needed to be done by introducing Jung and the post-Jungians to the academy in a way that will promote dialogue and lead to all manner of unpredictable outcomes. Jung: A Feminist Revision is a book for everyone interested in feminism, gender studies, cultural studies, intellectual history and psychoanalysis, from professors to undergraduates" Andrew Samuels, Professor of Analytical Psychology, University of Essex: "Susan Rowland brings Jungian psychology face-to-face with contemporary feminism and stakes a brilliant claim in the critical territory that is postmodern Jungian studies." Christopher Hauke, Goldsmith′s College, University of London; Jungian analyst: "...an immensely enjoyable and stimulating book which amply fulfils its aim of opening up a new dialogue between Jung and feminism." Angela Connolly, The Journal of Analytical Psychology : From the Back Cover: Jung: A Feminist Revision explores the relationship between feminist theory and Jungian studies. It combines an original student-friendly introduction to Jung, his life and work, his treatment of gender and the range of post-Jungian gender theory, with new research linking Jung to deconstruction, post-Freudian feminism, postmodernism, the sublime, and the postmodern body.: Feminism has neglected Jung to its own detriment. While evaluating the reasons for this neglect, Jung: A Feminist Revision uses the diversity of feminist critical tools from historical analysis to poststructuralism. In a fresh and illuminating study, this book provides both a critique of Jung and demonstrates his positive potential for future feminisms. New theories are explored which develop relationships between the work of Jung and Jacques Lacan, Luce Irigaray, H?lne Cixous, Julia Kristeva and Judith Butler. Particular attention is paid to the growth of post-Jungian studies of gender. This includes a cogent study of the tradition of Jungian feminism that looks to the feminine principle′ and narratives of goddesses. Jungian goddess′ feminism′s enduring appeal is re-examined in the context of postmodern re-thinking of subjectivity and gender.: The book proposes a re-orientation of Jungian studies in its relationship to feminism. The result is an accessible text that introduces Jung and sets out his relevance to contemporary feminisms.: This book will be essential reading for undergraduates and postgraduates studying feminist theory, psychoanalytical theory, literature and psychology. Size: 15.7 x 2 x 23.6 cm. 200 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 5. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0745625169. ISBN/EAN: 9780745625164. Hardcover B203-1142 1.00 
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Men in Political Theory, Carver, Terrell
11 Carver, Terrell
Men in Political Theory
UK Manchester University Press
2004 0719059135 / 9780719059131 First Edition Hardcover New New 16.3 x 2.7 x 23.9 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: "Men in Political Theory" builds on feminist re-readings of the traditional canon of male writers in political philosophy by turning the "gender lens" on to the representation of men in widely studied texts. It explains the distinction between "man" as an apparently de-gendered "individual" or "citizen" and "man" as an overtly gendered being in human society. The ten chapters on Plato, Aristotle, Jesus, Augustine, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Marx and Engels show the operation of the "gender lens" in different ways, depending on how each philosopher deploys concepts of men and masculinity to pose and solve classic problems. : Review: The precise importance of Carver's new book ttherefore is that it transgresses this taken-for-granted view of men (as) in political theory. Reading through this book was both interesting and a pleasure. Men in Political Theory represents a good balance between innovative and expected inclusions. Richard Howson, University of Wollongong, Australia --Richard Howson, University of Wollongong, Australia: He succeeds to extend and enrich our perspectives on men and msculinities....his insights into the place and function of manhood in the work of several political theorists are superb. For example, his chapter on John Locke is marvelous. Carver displays a keen sensitivity to the multiple masculinities embedded in the history of Western political thought. --Mark E. Kann, University of Southern California : About the Author: Terrell Carver is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Bristol. Size: 16.3 x 2.7 x 23.9 cm. 288 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 3. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0719059135. ISBN/EAN: 9780719059131. Hardcover B204-1120 1.00 
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No Angel in the Classroom: Teaching Through Feminist Discourse by., Fisher, Berenice Malka
12 Fisher, Berenice Malka
No Angel in the Classroom: Teaching Through Feminist Discourse by.
UK Rowman & Littlefield
0847691233 / 9780847691234 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 15.1 x 2.4 x 23.7 cm 
Available Now. Missing Dustcover. Book Description: Taking a fresh look at questions that have long troubled teachers committed to social change, No Angel in the Classroom provides a richly conceptualized and down-to-earth account of feminist teaching in higher education. Long-time feminist educator, Berenice Malka Fisher, gives a nuanced interpretation of second wave feminist consciousness-raising that bridges the gap between feminist activism and the academy. Candid classroom stories bring out the myths embedded in many activist ideals of the 1970s, while Fisher's informed analysis builds on these tensions, offering a complex amount of experience, emotion, thought, and action in feminist teaching. : Review: No Angel in the Classroom feels like participating in a scholarly discussion with a thoughtful mentor. It provides a coherent, focused vision of feminist pedagogy. Feminist Formations What is feminist pedagogy? Berenice Fisher has been engaged with this question for many years. Here she brings her rich experience as a scholar and teacher to a philosophical contemplation of questions of authority, safety, community, and difference in feminist classrooms. An invaluable book for feminist scholars and teachers and all those concerned with education for social justice. -- Kathleen Weiler, Tufts University; author of Women Teaching for Change In her eyewitness report from the front lines of the feminist movement and curriculum transformation, Fisher reminds us not only that Women's Studies and feminist pedagogy grew out of a very real need to address social justice issues and inequities, but also that this need still exists today. Blending personal history, classroom interactions, and the voices of a diversity of feminist theorists, her richly layered analysis never strays from the political commitment on which liberatory pedagogy is based. -- Liza Fiol-Matta, author of Women of Color and the Multicultural Curriculum: Transforming the College Classroom Berenice Malka Fisher steps back from the narrowness of contemporary pedagogical debate to address more philosophical questions, such as the nature of feminist pedagogy, and aims to share the experiences of those who address social justice through their teaching. Fisher's book doesn't put forward easy answers to the question of what feminist pedagogy is, but characterizes it as work-in-progress, encouraging teachers to reflect upon their own practice and struggle towards their own answers and goes some way toward alleviating the sense of isolation that those who engage in feminist theory and practice feel. Education Review Berenice Malka Fisher has written a book that should be of interest to all feminist teachers. The book is dynamic and highly readable, with numerous examples of hypothetical classroom situations that make the issues it discusses concrete. She [Fisher] raises important questions and discusses them thoughtfully. If you have taught, are teaching, or might teach, this is a good book to show you that you are not only one who finds it difficult. Off Our Backs: The Feminist NewsJournal A truly exciting book that moves far into the intellectual, personal, moral, and political depths of feminist teaching... Teachers will be able to use this book to bring a wide range of feminist theories before students not as contestants for their loyalty, nor as a mere smorgasbord, but as resources for thinking about pressing situations in their own lives, classes, worlds. -- Elizabeth Kamarck Minnich, author of Transforming Knowledge, Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences of the Union Institute In No Angel in the Classroom, Fisher shares the lessons she has learned as a feminist practitioner from the mid-1960s to the present... Through a powerful self-reflective assessment of her own pedagogical strategies, Fisher addresses many of the key questions that haunt feminist educators in this so-called "post-feminist" age. Fisher explores the limit and possibilities of consciousness raising and the interplay between experience and theory. She calls for expanded accountability, encourages risk taking in the classroom, and leaves the reader with a cautious optimism about the power of feminist discourse for teaching and modeling social justice. As a result, No Angel in the Classroom is a powerful tool for graduate training in women's studies as well as a vital resource for feminist instructors located in diverse academic settings. -- Nancy A. Naples, professor of sociology and women's studies, University of Connecticut Teachers may find this book useful in approaching topics dealing with women's studies and feminism. Hispanic Outlook A thought-provoking work, offering a social history of the feminist movement and relating the author's experiences as a long-time feminist educator. Library Journal No Angel in the Classroom engages these and many more such classroom dynamics in the most wide-ranging and througt-provoking examination of feminist pedagogy. Psychology of Women Quarterly No Angel in the Classroom is thought provoking... Fisher's contribution to our understanding of feminist teaching is a valuable addition. Gender & Society No Angel in the Classroom engages classroom dynamics in the most wide-ranging and thought-provoking examination of feminist pedagogy I've read since bell hooks'Teaching to Transgress. I recommend this book to the neophyte as well as the established feminist academic. Psychology of Women Quarterly A fascinating glimpse of a first generation of feminist academics at work. Journal Of Educational Thought(Jet) One of the most worthwhile reasons for reading this book is the pragmatic teaching advice. Interchange Inspiring , scholarly and wonderfully readable book. Studies In Continuing Education I adopted No Angels in the Classroom for my doctoral seminar course this past fall, the Professional Seminar in the Teaching of English at Illinois State University. This is a required course for all students in our doctoral program in English Studies. This English studies model explores interactions among different fields of English, including: literature, composition, rhetoric, linguistics, critical theory, and pedagogy and each student in the course specialized in one of any of these areas. There were also several international students in the course, one from Japan, one from Thailand, one from Korea, one from Cameroon, and one from Kuwait. We have a large international doctoral program. Everyone's responses to Fisher's text in this culturally and academically diverse class was enthusiastic. Most of my students felt that for the first time they began to understand who they were as teachers. They felt that Fisher articulated things they knew to be true, but had never thought through themselves, ideas about the place of personal experience and authority in the classroom, or about care, safety, and difference. Some of our most exciting discussions during the semester occurred in relation to the key issues Fisher raises about feminist classrooms. A student who initially resisted the text because of its focus on feminist pedagogy, which he thought had nothing to do with him, finally understood that feminism did not exclude men. In fact, the text helped him articulate many of his own pedagogical ideas that were closely related to Fisher's ideas about reflection, safety, and identity. Another student who believed he would be lecturing primarily, also found ways to apply Fisher's ideas to his own teaching situation. Whether postcolonial or medieval scholars, ESL or EFL teachers, everyone incorporated ideas from this text into their work for the course. This was the first book we read in our class and the students didn't stop talking about how much they had learned from it the entire semester. It helped them -- Paula Ressler, director of English education, Illinois State University : About the Author: Berenice Malka Fisher is professor of educational philosophy at New York University. Size: 15.1 x 2.4 x 23.7 cm. 328 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0847691233. ISBN/EAN: 9780847691234. Hardcover B191-1072 1.00 
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Round the Bend, Clarkson, Jeremy
13 Clarkson, Jeremy
Round the Bend
UK Michael Joseph
2011 0718158407 / 9780718158408 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition Very Good 16.2 x 3.8 x 24 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: What's it like to drive a car that's actively trying to kill you?: This and many other burning questions trouble Jeremy Clarkson as he sets out to explore the world from the safety of four wheels. Avoiding the legions of power-crazed traffic wombles attempting to block highway and byway, he: : * shows how the world of performance cars may be likened to Battersea Dogs' Home: * reveals why St Moritz may be the most bonkers town in all of the world: * reminds us that Switzerland is so afraid of snow that any flakes falling on the road are immediately arrested: * argues that washing a car is a waste of time: Funny, globe-trotting, irreverent and sometimes downright rude, Round the Bend is packed with curious and fascinating but otherwise hopelessly useless stories and facts about everything under the sun (and just occasionally cars). It's Jeremy Clarkson at his brilliant best. : About the Author: Jeremy Clarkson began his writing career on the Rotherham Advertiser. Since then he has written for the Sun, the Sunday Times, the Rochdale Observer, the Wolverhampton Express & Star, all of the Associated Kent Newspapers and Lincolnshire Life. Today he is the tallest person working in British television. Size: 16.2 x 3.8 x 24 cm. 432 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0718158407. ISBN/EAN: 9780718158408. Hardcover B205-1081 1.00 
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Sexualities, Menon, Editor) Nivedita (Author
14 Menon, Editor) Nivedita (Author
Sexualities
UK Zed Books Ltd
2007 1842778692 / 9781842778692 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 14.7 x 2.6 x 22.4 cm 
380 Pages. Both bottom corners and bottom foredge of the board are a little bumped. Small marking to top foredge of the page. While sexual violence is an area that is well mapped by feminist scholarship, this volume will focus on transgressive and/or marginalized sexualities. It will bring together writings on India that have highlighted the transgression of norms - of heterosexuality, of feminine and masculine behaviour, of recognizably gendered bodies, that declare ungoverned desire to be illegitimate. Also included is a section of select documents from different sexuality movements in the country. This book is part of the series of 'Issues in Indian Feminism'. The other books in the series are: 'Gender & Caste' edited by Anupama Rao, 'Feminism in India' edited by Maitreyee Chaudhuri, 'Dowry & Inheritance' edited by Srimati Basu. Book Description: While sexual violence is an area that is well mapped by feminist scholarship, this volume will focus on transgressive and/or marginalized sexualities. It will bring together writings on India that have highlighted the transgression of norms - of heterosexuality, of feminine and masculine behaviour, of recognizably gendered bodies, that declare ungoverned desire to be illegitimate. Also included is a section of select documents from different sexuality movements in the country. This book is part of the series of 'Issues in Indian Feminism'. The other books in the series are: 'Gender & Caste' edited by Anupama Rao, 'Feminism in India' edited by Maitreyee Chaudhuri, 'Dowry & Inheritance' edited by Srimati Basu. : About the Author: NIVEDITA MENON is a feminist scholar and political theorist, who has published widely in Indian and international academic journals. She is a Reader in the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi and is the author of Recovering Subversion: Feminist Politics Beyond the Law, (University of Illinois Press and Permanent Black, Delhi). She is also editor of Gender and Politics in India (Oxford University Press, 1999). Size: 14.7 x 2.6 x 22.4 cm. 380 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1842778692. ISBN/EAN: 9781842778692. Hardcover X104-1300 1.00 
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The Truest Form of Patriotism: Pacifist Feminism in Britain, 1870-1902 (Gende., Brown, Heloise
15 Brown, Heloise
The Truest Form of Patriotism: Pacifist Feminism in Britain, 1870-1902 (Gende.
UK Manchester University Press
0719065305 / 9780719065309 First Edition Hardcover New No Dust Jacket 22.3 x 13.8 x 2.1 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: This book should be of interest to anyone studying 19th-century social movements and to those with an interest in the history of British feminism. : Review: "This is a clearly written and well-organized study of a neglected topic. The author makes a strong case for pacifist feminism and shows how and why the movement developed in the way it did. The book will introduce many to extraordinary women while giving new insights into more familiar figures."--Karen Hunt, Manchester Metropolitan University: About the Author: Heloise Brown taught at the University of Huddersfield until 2001 and now works as a researcher in Belfast. Size: 22.3 x 13.8 x 2.1 cm. 224 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 3. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0719065305. ISBN/EAN: 9780719065309. Hardcover B198-1121 1.00 
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Universal Difference: Feminism and the Liberal Undecidability of 'Women', Nash, Kate
16 Nash, Kate
Universal Difference: Feminism and the Liberal Undecidability of 'Women'
UK Palgrave Macmillan
1998 0333721160 / 9780333721162 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 358.1 x 48.3 x 21.6 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: The author argues that rather than seeing liberalism as exclusionary of women's specificity, as many contemporary feminists do, we should look at variations in liberalism, and in particular at its democratisation in the nineteenth century, and at how feminists have used liberalism as a resource. Liberalism is analysed using a post-structuralist theory of hegemony: texts of liberal political philosophy are deconstructed to show how the term 'women' is used as an 'undecidable' in the Derridean sense to produce the opposition between feminine private and masculine public spheres; these texts are then linked to liberal-democratic social and political practices, including feminism as a social movement. : About the Author: KATE NASH Size: 358.1 x 48.3 x 21.6 cm. 184 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 4. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0333721160. ISBN/EAN: 9780333721162. Hardcover F198-1111 1.00 
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When Ivf Fails: Feminism, Infertility and the Negotiation of Normality, Throsby, Karen Dr
17 Throsby, Karen Dr
When Ivf Fails: Feminism, Infertility and the Negotiation of Normality
UK Palgrave Macmillan
2004 1403935548 / 9781403935540 First Edition Hardcover New 14 x 1.4 x 21.6 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: This book is a discourse analysis of a series of interviews with women and couples who have had IVF unsuccessfully and who have subsequently stopped treatment. Taking a feminist approach, the book argues that treatment failure produces an ongoing and profoundly gendered burden of discursive work that is oriented towards locating the self, and the engagement with IVF, as "normal". : About the Author: KAREN THROSBY is a Lecturer in Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. Her current research interests include pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and the donation of embryos for stem cell research. She has previously published articles on a variety of aspects of IVF failure and the end of treatment. Size: 14 x 1.4 x 21.6 cm. 232 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1403935548. ISBN/EAN: 9781403935540. Hardcover B194-1034 1.00 
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Women and Access in Rural Areas: What Makes the Difference? - What Difference., Lloyd, Siobhan (Editor)
18 Lloyd, Siobhan (Editor)
Women and Access in Rural Areas: What Makes the Difference? - What Difference.
UK Avebury
1996 1859722911 / 9781859722916 Hardcover Very Good Condition 1.3 x 16.5 x 23.5 cm 
Available Now. "Book Description: This work arises from a conference held in Aberdeen in 1995. Here, information on the experience of women living and working in rural areas is integrated with the existing body of knowledge on the subject. Specific issues are also explored, and some common themes are highlighted." Size: 1.3 x 16.5 x 23.5 cm. 108 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1859722911. ISBN/EAN: 9781859722916. Hardcover F204-1043 1.00 
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Women and Others: Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Empire (Signs of Race) by., Johnson, Rhoda E. (Editor)
19 Johnson, Rhoda E. (Editor)
Women and Others: Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Empire (Signs of Race) by.
UK Palgrave Macmillan
2007 0312296029 / 9780312296025 First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition 14.2 x 1.2 x 21.1 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Discussing intersecting discourses of race, gender and empire in literature, history and contemporary culture, the book begins with the metaphor of 'the other woman' as a repository for the 'otherness' of all women in a masculinist-racist society and shows how discourses of race and sexuality thwart the realization of true inter-racial sisterhood. : About the Author: CELIA R. DAILEADER is Professor of English at Florida State University, USA. : RHODA E. JOHNSON is Associate Professor of Women's Studies and African American Studies at The University of Alabama, USA.: AMILCAR SHABAZZ is Associate Professor of History and Director of the American Studies Program at Oklahoma State University, USA. Size: 14.2 x 1.2 x 21.1 cm. 224 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0312296029. ISBN/EAN: 9780312296025. Paperback F209-1009 1.00 
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Women and Others: Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Empire (Signs of Race) by., Johnson, Rhoda E. (Editor)
20 Johnson, Rhoda E. (Editor)
Women and Others: Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Empire (Signs of Race) by.
UK Palgrave Macmillan
2007 0312296029 / 9780312296025 First Edition Hardcover New 14.2 x 1.2 x 21.1 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Discussing intersecting discourses of race, gender and empire in literature, history and contemporary culture, the book begins with the metaphor of 'the other woman' as a repository for the 'otherness' of all women in a masculinist-racist society and shows how discourses of race and sexuality thwart the realization of true inter-racial sisterhood. : About the Author: CELIA R. DAILEADER is Professor of English at Florida State University, USA. : RHODA E. JOHNSON is Associate Professor of Women's Studies and African American Studies at The University of Alabama, USA.: AMILCAR SHABAZZ is Associate Professor of History and Director of the American Studies Program at Oklahoma State University, USA. Size: 14.2 x 1.2 x 21.1 cm. 224 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0312296029. ISBN/EAN: 9780312296025. Hardcover F170-1045 1.00 
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Women's Movement, History and Theory, etc. (Editor)
21 etc. (Editor)
Women's Movement, History and Theory
UK Avebury
1993 1856285006 / 9781856285001 First Edition Hardcover New 1.9 x 15.2 x 22.2 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Women's studies emerged as a result of a strong sense of commitment among female thinkers. This impulse, transformed by several decades of pioneering and high quality academic work in this area, remains undiminished. The goal to improve the status of women in society, including that of women scholars themselves, links the generations of feminist thinkers. The book gives, by means of case studies, an overview of historical developments within the women's movement as well as examples of the various approaches and methodologies used in different academic fields for research in women's studies. It aims to make a contribution to the growing body of knowledge on the status of different groups of women in society, on gender relations and on changes in images of women. This text is suitable for academics and students in women's and gender studies in the social sciences and the humanities. Size: 1.9 x 15.2 x 22.2 cm. 241 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 3. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1856285006. ISBN/EAN: 9781856285001. Hardcover B201-1047 1.00 
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Women's Movement, History and Theory, etc. (Editor)
22 etc. (Editor)
Women's Movement, History and Theory
UK Avebury
1993 1856285006 / 9781856285001 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 1.9 x 15.2 x 22.2 cm 
Available Now. Book Description: Women's studies emerged as a result of a strong sense of commitment among female thinkers. This impulse, transformed by several decades of pioneering and high quality academic work in this area, remains undiminished. The goal to improve the status of women in society, including that of women scholars themselves, links the generations of feminist thinkers. The book gives, by means of case studies, an overview of historical developments within the women's movement as well as examples of the various approaches and methodologies used in different academic fields for research in women's studies. It aims to make a contribution to the growing body of knowledge on the status of different groups of women in society, on gender relations and on changes in images of women. This text is suitable for academics and students in women's and gender studies in the social sciences and the humanities. Size: 1.9 x 15.2 x 22.2 cm. 241 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 7. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1856285006. ISBN/EAN: 9781856285001. Hardcover F200-1034 1.00 
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Women's Struggles and Strategies, Wieringa, Saskia
23 Wieringa, Saskia
Women's Struggles and Strategies
UK Avebury
1988 0566057255 / 9780566057250 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 22cm 
Available Now. Includes index. : Collection subset: Social Welfare Size: 22cm. 188 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 0566057255. ISBN/EAN: 9780566057250. Hardcover F173-1040 1.00 
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Women's Voices in Russia Today, Rotkirch, Anna (Editor)
24 Rotkirch, Anna (Editor)
Women's Voices in Russia Today
UK Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd
1855216795 / 9781855216792 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition 3.2 x 22.9 x 16.5 cm 
Available Now. "Book Description: This work gathers together recent social research on women in Russia, looking at the ways people talk about and reflect on their life situation. It examines such issues as women's chances in the labour market, the background of contemporay gender ideals, and the webs of everyday routine." Size: 3.2 x 22.9 x 16.5 cm. 300 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1855216795. ISBN/EAN: 9781855216792. Hardcover B196-1131 1.00 
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Women's Voices in Russia Today, Rotkirch, Anna (Editor)
25 Rotkirch, Anna (Editor)
Women's Voices in Russia Today
UK Ashgate Publishing Limited
1996 1855216795 / 9781855216792 First Edition Hardcover Fine Condition 3.2 x 22.9 x 16.5 cm 
"288 pages. This work gathers together recent social research on women in Russia, looking at the ways people talk about and reflect on their life situation. It examines such issues as women's chances in the labour market, the background of contemporay gender ideals, and the webs of everyday routine." "Book Description: This work gathers together recent social research on women in Russia, looking at the ways people talk about and reflect on their life situation. It examines such issues as women's chances in the labour market, the background of contemporay gender ideals, and the webs of everyday routine." Size: 3.2 x 22.9 x 16.5 cm. 300 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Critical Theory; ISBN: 1855216795. ISBN/EAN: 9781855216792. Hardcover X103-1184 1.00 
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