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Transforming the disciplines : a women's studies primer

Author: Elizabeth L MacNabb; et al
Publisher: New York : Haworth Press, ©2001.
Series: Haworth innovations in feminist studies.
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"Transforming the Disciplines is one of the first women's studies books to show feminist scholarship as an active force, changing the way we study such diverse fields as architecture, bioethics, history, mathematics, religion, and sports studies. Its clear, jargon-free prose makes feminist thought accessible without sacrificing the revolutionary power of its ideas. In almost thirty essays, Transforming the  Read more...
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Transforming the disciplines.
New York : Haworth Press, c2001
(OCoLC)606532808
Online version:
Transforming the disciplines.
New York : Haworth Press, c2001
(OCoLC)607737911
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth L MacNabb; et al
ISBN: 156023959X 9781560239598 1560239603 9781560239604
OCLC Number: 44118091
Description: xxiii, 261 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The impact of women's studies on rhetoric and composition / Hildy Miller --
Feminism and philosophy / Eileen John --
The impact of women's studies on the study of religion / Mary Ann Stenger --
Transgressing to transform : the feminist engagement with art history / Susan Shifrin, Robert Bambic --
Women in music / Ursula M. Rempel --
Listening to women's voices and reading women's words : how women's studies has helped to transform the teaching of literature / Georgia Rhoades --
Feminism and film studies / Karen Chandler --
Refusing to close the curtains before putting on the light : literature and women's studies / Lyndie Brimstone --
Using feminism to improve economics / Barbara S. Burnell --
What is "women's history"? / Nancy M. Theriot --
Reconsidering the missing feminist revolution in sociology / Cynthia Negrey --
Gender and culture / Edwin S. Segal --
"What were women doing during the ascent of man?" : gender and archaeology / Mara R. Greengrass --
Feminism and communication studies / Sharon Varallo ... [et al.] --
Language and gender research : not just for women anymore / Jessica Weinberg --
Gender jail : a look at psychology and gender / Kathleen M. Kirby --Feminist contributions to bioethics / Laura Shanner --
First steps toward a more feminist, multicultural physics / Barbara L. Whitten, Juan R. Burciaga --
Science and feminism : partners or rivals? / Gwyneth Hughes --
Mathematics : a dilemma for feminists / Julianne Lynch, Gilah C. Leder, Helen J. Forgasz --
History of women in science and technology / Amy Sue Bix --
Behind school doors : feminism and education / Haithe Anderson --
Law and feminism / Mary Childs --
Women's place : architecture and feminism / Jeanne Halgren Kilde --
The impact of feminism on the library science profession / Amy Begg DeGroff --
The forgotten discipline : sport studies and physical education / Dayna Beth Daniels.
Series Title: Haworth innovations in feminist studies.
Responsibility: Elizabeth L. MacNabb ... [et al.].

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"Transforming the Disciplines is one of the first women's studies books to show feminist scholarship as an active force, changing the way we study such diverse fields as architecture, bioethics, history, mathematics, religion, and sports studies. Its clear, jargon-free prose makes feminist thought accessible without sacrificing the revolutionary power of its ideas. In almost thirty essays, Transforming the Disciplines exemplifies the changes achieved by feminist thought."--BOOK JACKET.

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