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Bringing it home : women talk about feminism in their lives

Author: Brenda Lea Brown
Publisher: Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp Press, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Bringing it home is a collection of essays that peels away the rhetoric from feminist discourse. Thirty-something years after the resurrection of the modern Women's movement - and at the height of skepticism about the relevance of feminism - this lively gathering of deeply personal narratives brings feminism home and sits her down with twenty-four interesting women to discuss life, love, motherhood, daughterhood,  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bringing it home.
Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp Press, 1996
(OCoLC)606028751
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brenda Lea Brown
ISBN: 1551520346 9781551520346
OCLC Number: 36756131
Description: 347 pages
Contents: Foreword / Rosemary Brown --
Backing out of hell / Fay Blaney --
On finding sisterhood / Kate Braid --
Coming out feminist / Brenda Lea Brown --
If we save even one woman / Raminder Dosanjh --
Dancing with feminism / Pamela Dos Ramos --
Confessions / Margaret Dragu --
Balancing rights and responsibilities / Rachel Farahbakhsh --
Letter to a graduate student / Ursula Franklin --
Passing on the torch / Lyndsay Green --
Raise my hand, raise my voice : speaking of myself / Joelle Hann --
Duet / Dorothy Todd Hénaut and Suzanne Hénaut --
I will not be silent / Meg Hickling --
A long, strange trip it's been / Linda Uyehara Hoffman --
The sixth sensory organ / Larissa Lai --
Body of knowledge / Helen Lenskyj --
My evolution as a lesbian feminist writer / Mary Meigs --
Letters to my sister / Joan Meister --
Other than my mother / Cynthia Minden --
Another way to live my faith / Denise Nadeau --
The academy of motherhood / Patty Osborne --
Mindful liberation / Val Paape --
To be true to a warbler / Jerilynn Prior --
North to feminism / Alison Reid --
For all our children / Shirley Turcotte.
Responsibility: Brenda Lea Brown, editor.

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Bringing it home is a collection of essays that peels away the rhetoric from feminist discourse. Thirty-something years after the resurrection of the modern Women's movement - and at the height of skepticism about the relevance of feminism - this lively gathering of deeply personal narratives brings feminism home and sits her down with twenty-four interesting women to discuss life, love, motherhood, daughterhood, work, art, sex, science, sports, and community. Editor Brenda Lea Brown has brought together an impressive roster of contributors from different generations, different walks of life, and different geographical, ethnic, and religious communities.

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