Theorizing Feminism: Parallel Trends in the Humanities and Social Sciences

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Chapter 1 Rosalind Delmar, "What Is Feminism?" reprinted from J. Mitchell and A. Oakley, eds., What Is Feminism? (pp. 8-33). New York: Pantheon, 1986.

Chapter 2 "The Combahee River Collective Statement," reprinted from Barbara Smith, ed., Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology (pp. 272-282). Copyright© 1983 by Rutgers University Press. Used with permission of the author and Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, P.O. Box 908, Latham, NY 12110.

Chapter 3 Cherríe Moraga, "From a Long Line of Vendidas: Chicanas and Feminism," excerpts reprinted by permission from Loving in the War Years (pp. 90-144). © 1986, South End Press, Boston.

Chapter 4 Susan Bickford, "Anti-Anti-Identity Politics: Feminism, Democracy, and the Complexities of Citizenship," from Hypatia, vol. 12, no. 4 (Fall 1997): 111-131. Copyright© by Indiana University Press.

Chapter 5 Rachel T. Hare-Mustin and Jeanne Marecek, "Gender and the Meaning of Difference: Postmodernism and Psychology," reprinted from Rachel T. Hare-Mustin and Jeanne Marecek, eds., Making a Difference: Psychology and the Construction of Gender (pp. 22-64). New Haven CT: Yale University Press. Copyright© 1990 by Yale University Press.

Chapter 6 Leslie W. Rabine, "Romance in the Age of Electronics: Harlequin Enterprises," originally published in Feminist Studies, vol. 11, no. 1 (Spring 1985): 39-60, reprinted by permission of the publisher, Feminist Studies, Inc.

Chapter 7 Suzanne J. Kessler, "The Medical Construction of Gender: Case Management of Intersexed Infants," reprinted from Signs 16, no. 1 (1990): 3-26, by permission of The University of Chicago Press and the author. Copyright© 1990 by The University of Chicago Press.

Chapter 8 Jennifer Robertson, "The Politics of Androgyny in Japan: Sexuality and Subversion in the Theater and Beyond," from American Ethnologist, vol. 19, no. 3 (August 1992): 419-442, reproduced by permission of the American Anthropological Association. Not for further reproduction.

Chapter 9 Sara Ruddick, "Notes Toward a Feminist Peace Politics," reprinted from Miriam Cooke and Angela Woollacott, eds., Gendering War Talk (pp. 109-127). Princeton: Princeton University Press. Copyright© 1993 by Princeton University Press.

Chapter 10 Lisa Duggan, "Making It Perfectly Queer," from Socialist Review 92 (January—March 1992), published by Duke University Press. Reprinted by permission of the editor.

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