By Margaret Ferguson
Multidisciplinary and foreign of their collective concentration, the essays variety from a learn of Madonna as an Italian American girl who's revising the cultural meanings of an ethnic feminism to a different interview with Mairead Keane, the nationwide head of the Women’s division of the Irish political get together Sinn Fein. Turning the prism of postmodern feminism onto such varied cultural gadgets as literary and literary severe texts, modern movie, and track, those essays intrude in debates concerning know-how, sexuality, and politics. difficult smooth feminisms to articulate their inescapable relation to postmodern society, this extended version of a unique factor of boundary 2 additionally explores ways that feminism can paintings because the innovative of an international postmodernism.
Contributors. Salwa Bakr, Claire Detels, Margaret Ferguson, Carla Freccero, Marjorie Garber, Barbara Harlow, Laura E. Lyons, Anne McClintock, Toril Moi, Linda Nicholson, Mary Poovey, Andrew Ross, David Simpson, Kathyrn Bond Stockton, Jennifer Wicke
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