By Susan Griffin
First variation Hardcover (1981) in excellent . airborne dirt and dust Jackst exhibits substantial volume of wear and tear alongside the perimeters, a few scuffing and tears of the canopy. in spite of the fact that, the particular e-book is especially fresh & unmarked, there's just one illness within the textual content: web page 111 has a pinhead-size tear alongside the ground of the web page. backbone is company. regardless of the situation of the dirt Jacket, this can be a great fresh replica. The vintage 1981 hugely unique, bold paintings, overlaying a big selection of disparate fabric akin to: technical manuals, gynecology texts, early theologians statements, annals of yankee exploration, workplace manuals, poetry, desires, and so on. A booklet that explores ritual, technological know-how, heritage and mind's eye calling upon reminiscence and mutilation and feminine anger, a truly relocating publication. urged transport with a loose supply affirmation.
By Nayyirah Waheed
By Lois McNay
This ebook deals a scientific try to discover the purpose of convergance among feminist conception and the paintings of Michel Foucault.
By Patricia Melzer
Though set in different worlds populated by way of alien beings, technology fiction is a website the place people can critique and re-imagine the paradigms that form this global, from basics corresponding to the intercourse and gender of the physique to worldwide energy kin between sexes, races, and countries. Feminist thinkers and writers are more and more spotting technological know-how fiction's capability to shatter patriarchal and heterosexual norms, whereas the creators of technological know-how fiction are bringing new intensity and complexity to the style by way of attractive with feminist theories and politics. This e-book maps the intersection of feminism and technology fiction via shut readings of technological know-how fiction literature by means of Octavia E. Butler, Richard Calder, and Melissa Scott and the films The Matrix and the Alien series.
Patricia Melzer analyzes how those authors and flicks characterize debates and ideas in 3 parts of feminist idea: id and distinction, feminist reviews of technological know-how and expertise, and the connection between gender id, physique, and hope, together with the recent gender politics of queer wants, transgender, and intersexed our bodies and identities. She demonstrates that key political components form those debates, together with international capitalism and exploitative category kin inside of a becoming foreign method; the influence of desktop, commercial, and scientific applied sciences on women's lives and reproductive rights; and posthuman embodiment as expressed via biotechnologies, the body/machine interface, and the commodification of hope. Melzer's research makes it transparent that feminist writings and readings of technology fiction are a part of a feminist critique of current energy relations—and that the alien buildings (cyborgs, clones, androids, extraterrestrial beings, and hybrids) that populate postmodern technological know-how fiction are as in all likelihood empowering as they're threatening.
By Barbara Goldsmith
Barbara Goldsmith's portrait of suffragette Victoria Woodhull and her occasions was once hailed through George Plimpton as "a fantastically written biography of a awesome girl" and by means of Gloria Steinem as "more memorable than a dozen histories."
A hugely readable mixture of historical past and biography, Other Powers interviews the tales of a few of the main colourful social, political, and non secular figures of America's Victorian period with the brave and infamous lifetime of Victoria Woodhull--psychic, suffragette, writer, presidential candidate, and self-confessed practitioner of loose love. it truly is set amid the conflict for women's suffrage, the Spiritualist circulate that swept around the country within the age of Radical Reconstruction following the Civil struggle, and the sour struggle that pitted black males opposed to white girls within the fight for the appropriate to vote.
Peter homosexual stumbled on Other Powers "Irresistible...this is a biography bound to hold the reader reading." And Gloria Steinem referred to as it "A real-life novel of the way one charismatic woman...turned women's suffrage, the church, long island urban, and lots more and plenty of the rustic on its ear."
What is feminism? during this brief, available primer, bell hooks explores the character of feminism and its optimistic promise to cast off sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression. together with her attribute readability and directness, hooks encourages readers to determine how feminism can contact and alter their lives―to see that feminism is for everybody.
By Matthew S. May
During this thesis I reconsider the materiality of rhetoric in a minor key. I evaluation
poststructural and psychoanalytic endeavors to put rhetoric from in the
postmodern and poststructural critique of the topic. I movement past the common sense of
influence (dependent on a unsuitable belief of item) and hermeneutics (the
correspondingly wrong methodology). In thisendeavor, I essentially enlist Deleuze and
Guattari (1987) for a conceptual equipment that enlivens the “thinness” of rhetoric’s
(neo)Aristotelian conceptual layout (cf. Gaonkar, 1997a, 1997b). I provide Monster(2003)
as a case examine, studying the discursive expression of nondiscursive summary machines to
draw out the reterritorializations of the latter. spotting the impossibility of entire
reterritorialization I map one artifact that reinvests distinction in itself, Dancer within the
Dark(2000). ultimately, within the epilogue I offer a quick recapitulation of adlescent politics,
and provide a summarization of the software of rhetoric.
Women’s Oppression this present day is a vintage textual content within the debate approximately Marxism and feminism, exploring how gender, sexuality and the “family-household system” operate with regards to modern capitalism. during this up to date variation, Michèle Barrett surveys the social and highbrow adjustments that experience taken position because the book's unique booklet, and appears again on the political weather within which the ebook used to be written. In a massive new essay, she defends the significant arguments of the publication, even as addressing the way in which such an engagement may play out another way this day, over thirty years later.
A foreword by way of Kathi Weeks examines the significance of impending all feminist theories as occasions whose repercussions stretch past the conditions in their creation.
By Lucy Corin
The narrative interweaves background, fable, rumor, and information with the studies of a tender lady dwelling within the flatness of South Florida. Like Grace Paley's narrators, she is pensive and keen, hungry for adventure yet restricted. Into the field of her regard come a Ted Bundy reject, the God Osiris, a Caribbean slave became pirate, a circus performer residing in a field, damaged horses, a Seminole leader in a swamp, and a murderous babysitter. What those preposterously common figures all comprehend is that homicide is id: "Of path what concerns particularly is the psychokiller, what he is performed, what he threatens to do. after all to be the fortunate one you should be kidnapped within the first position. with out him, you would not exist."
Everyday Psychokillers reaches to the sting of the psychoanalytical and jolts the reader again to everyday life. The reader turns into the killer, the watcher, the individual at the verge, hiding at the back of a regular face.