6 edition of Emigre Feminism found in the catalog.
April 10, 1999
by University of Toronto Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Emigre Feminism Book Description: Thirteen essays bring together the views of expatriate, exiled and émigré feminists from various parts of the world and explore themes of exile, home, displacement and the practice of feminism across national boundaries.
Emigre Feminism: Transnational Perspectives. [Alena Heitlinger;] -- Bringing together the views of expatriate, exiled, and émigré feminists from various parts of the world, this collection explores themes of exile, home, displacement, and the practice of feminism.
Bringing together the views of expatriate, exiled, and émigré feminists from various parts of the world, this collection explores themes of exile, home, displacement, and the practice of feminism across national boundaries.
Title: Emigre feminism: transnational perspectives: Publication Type: Miscellaneous: Year of Publication: Submitted: Authors: Heitlinger A: Call Number: HQE44 Emigre Feminism: TransnationalPer- spectiues brings together a wide range of new theoretical work on the ques- tion of exile.
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By Judy Klemesrud who wrote three of the 29 mostly critical essays in the book, was dressed in blue jeans and a. Emigre Perspectives on Feminisms in Europe - East and West 43 as a Czech-born, British-trained, Canadian feminist scholar, to trace the ways in which I have reinterpreted my experiences and understanding of gender relations in my 'home' and 'adopted' countries.
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It is an invaluable effort of a Canadian emigre feminist to make a unique and salutary contribution to the feminist discourses in this country. The volume is particularly valuable because it brings together under one cover feminist views of emigres from many parts of the world, including countries which were part of the former Soviet Union.
Summary: "Bringing together the views of expatriate, exiled, and emigre feminists from various parts of the world, this collection explores themes of exile, home, displacement, and the practice of feminism across national boundaries.".
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Emigre Feminism: TransnationalPer- spectiues brings together a wide range of new theoretical work on the ques- tion of exile.
The authors in this collection detail the urgency of posi- tioning exile as part of a necessary grammar for - feminist discourse. The interesting "nomadic" grove which is palpable in this book reads emigre.
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