This collection looks at the development of women's studies in Australia, contrasting the organizational structures, theoretical frameworks and discipliniary bases of women's studies in Australia with similar developments in the US and UK. It includes empirical discussions about the current...
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This collection looks at the development of women's studies in Australia, contrasting the organizational structures, theoretical frameworks and discipliniary bases of women's studies in Australia with similar developments in the US and UK. It includes empirical discussions about the current social, economic and political situation of Australian women and the question of feminist approaches to Australian culture.
Contributors Introduction Barbara Caine and Rosemary Pringle 1Women's studies, feminist traditions and the problem of history 2 Feminism and method 3Knowing women: The limits of feminist psychology 4Interlocking oppressions 5I'm a feminist but...'other' women and postnational feminism 6Dancing modernity 7Reading the Women's Weekly: Feminism, feminity and popular culture 8Number magic: The trouble with women, art and representation 9Keys to the musical body 10Writing/Erotisism/Transgression: Gertrude Stein and the experience of the other 11Of spanners and cyborgs: 'De-homogenising feminist thinking on technology 12Reclaiming social policy 13Beyond patriarchy and capitalism: Reflections on political subjectivity 14Rethinking prostitution 15Destabilising patriarchy Notes References Index
- Women's Studies, Feminist Traditions And The Problem Of History, Barbara
- Feminism And Method, Catherine Waldby
- Knowing Women - The Limits Of Feminist Pyschology, Elizabeth Wilson
- Interlocking Oppressions, Anna Yeatman
- I'm A Feminist But..."other" Women And Postnational Feminism, Ien Ang
- Dancing Modernity, Jill Matthews
- Reading The "women's Weekly" - Feminism, Femininity And Popular Culture,
- Susan Sheridan
- Number Magic - The Trouble With Women, Art And Representation, Julie
- Keys To The Musical Body, Sally Macarthur
- Writing/eroticism/transgression - Gertrude Stein And The Experience Of The
- Other, Anna Gibbs
- Of Spanners And Cyborgs - "de-homogenising" Feminist Thinking On
- Technology, Zoe Sofia
- Reclaiming Social Policy, Sophie Watson
- Beyond Patriarchy And Capitalism - Reflections On Political Subjectivity,
- J.k. Gibson-graham
- Rethinking Prostitution, Barbara Sullivan
- Destablizing Patriarchy, Rosemary Pringle.