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Fast feminism

Author: Shannon Bell
Publisher: New York : Autonomedia, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"FAST FEMINISM is a new-old feminism grounded in politics, performance and philosophy. It is in close proximity to postfeminisms of the poststructuralist variety--third-wave feminism, queer feminism, cyberfeminism and feminism 3.0. While FAST FEMINISM operates in proximity to other feminisms, its 'natural' home is in queer theory. Queer gets its meaning and its politics from its oppositional relationship to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shannon Bell
ISBN: 9781570271892 1570271895
OCLC Number: 676841845
Description: 198 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Shannon Bell.

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"FAST FEMINISM is a new-old feminism grounded in politics, performance and philosophy. It is in close proximity to postfeminisms of the poststructuralist variety--third-wave feminism, queer feminism, cyberfeminism and feminism 3.0. While FAST FEMINISM operates in proximity to other feminisms, its 'natural' home is in queer theory. Queer gets its meaning and its politics from its oppositional relationship to hegemonic norms. To queer something is to disrupt it, to put it under scrutiny and to attempt to change it. FAST FEMINISM takes the hypermasculine speed of Paul Virilio and makes it feminist. FAST FEMINISM is the bastard offspring and the happy accident of speed theory.

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