Feminism, the Public and the Private

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Index
Abbott, C.360
Abelove, Henry404
Aboriginal women 8, 225, 231, 234
Abrams, Floyd406
academic feminism 385-7, 394, 400
Ackerman, Bruce72-5, 76, 79
action, and the public sphere 145-6
Adler, S.360
Adorno, T.149, 423, 425, 426
affectivity, and reason 423, 424-8, 431-2, 434
Africa, post-colonial 491
African American Women in Defense of Ourselves 326-7
African-American culture, and celebrity feminism 390-1
agonistic concept of public space 65, 66-72, 80-1, 91
and associationism 120-5
and performativity 114, 119-20
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) 350-2
and gay skinheads 364-5
Allen, Richard364
Alvarez, J. C.329
Americasee United States
Anderson, Perry, In the Tracks of Historical Materialism392
Ansell, D.368
Anthias, Floya and Yuval-Davies, Nira, Racialized Boundaries489
Anthony, Susan B.215, 216
Anti-Contagious Diseases Campaign178
Antigone, and social feminism 51, 53, 55-6
Arato, Andrew218
Arendt, Hannah100-25
and agonism 65, 66-72, 80-1, 91, 114, 119-25
and the American Declaration of Independence 101-3, 105, 112, 119
and democratic citizenship 58
and the Greek polis 67, 69, 70, 106
The Human Condition66, 69, 103-5, 106, 107, 108, 109, 114, 115
and identity politics 114-20
and liberalism 78, 80-1
The Life of the Mind68
Men in Dark Times116
and the multiple, acting self 105-8
On Revolution 81, 103, 106, 109, 110, 114
The Origins of Totalitarianism69, 80-1
and the private sphere 441
and the public/private distinction 85, 100, 101, 108-12, 140, 197
on the public sphere 5, 6, 7, 65, 145-6
Rahel Varnhagen122-3
and the rise of the social 66-8, 86, 103-4, 112
and the single, univocal body 103-5, 106
Aristotle100, 198
and ethics 428
and politics 53-5, 58, 60
and social feminism 48, 51-5
armed forces:
homosexuality and the US military 296-7
and the welfare state 248
art 11, 302-13
and cultural stereotypes 310-11
and ethnicity 311
film and television 312
and modernism 313
public 302-5, 311-12
and the spaces of publicity 305-6
and spectators 11, 303-4, 306, 311
associational space 120-5, 145
Australia:
Aboriginal women 8, 225, 231, 234
child endowment 262-3
and feminist conceptions of citizenship 8-9, 223-37
housewife-breadwinner categories 250
'protection' legislation 232, 234-5
wages 252, 253-4
women and the welfare state 243, 244, 251, 257, 262-3, 264
women's associations 224, 231-3
women's employment 254, 255
Bakan, David38
Baker, Keith150-1
Baker, Tammy Faye395-6
Barber, Benjamin78, 79-80
Barthes, Roland310, 312
Bartky, S. L.373, 376
Bateson, Mary Catherine415
Baudrillard, Jean312
Baynes, Kenneth83-4
Bazin, Andre288
Beauvoir, Simone de4, 28-30, 31
Benhabib, Seyla3, 5-6, 120-4, 144, 155, 156, 436

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