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Feminist fields : ethnographic insights

Author: Sally Cooper Cole; Heather Howard-Bobiwash; Rae Bridgman
Publisher: Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, ©1999.
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Feminist Fields offers a rich and varied portrait of both the current work in feminist anthropology and future possibilities for dialogue between feminism and anthropology. Contributors to the book present critical analyses of a broad range of ethnographic topics: national feminism, gender and identity formation, cultural continuity, ethnographic authority, ethics and representation, empowerment and resistance.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Livres numériques
Études transculturelles
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Bridgman, Rae.
Feminist Fields : Ethnographic Insights.
Toronto : University of Toronto Press Higher Education, ©1999
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sally Cooper Cole; Heather Howard-Bobiwash; Rae Bridgman
ISBN: 9781442602571 1442602570
OCLC Number: 243600656
Description: 1 online resource (314 pages)
Contents: ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""ONE: Introduction""; ""TWO: Pilgrim Souls, Honorary Men, (Un)Dutiful Daughters: Sojourners in Modernist Anthropology""; ""THREE: Translating Mother Tongues: Amy Tan and Maxine Hong Kingston on Ethnographic Authority""; ""FOUR: U.S. Feminist Ethnography and the Denationalizing of ""America"": A Retrospective on Women Writing Culture""; ""FIVE: Beyond Selves and Others: Embodying and Enacting Meta-Narratives with a Difference""; ""SIX: ""Home Has Always Been Hard for Me"": Single Mothers' Narratives of Identity, Home, and Loss"" ""SEVEN: ""Oh, So You Have a Home To Go To?"": Empowerment and Resistance in Work with Chronically Homeless Women""""EIGHT: ""Like Her Lips to My Ear"": Reading Anishnaabekweg Lives and Aboriginal Cultural Continuity in the City""; ""NINE: Who Are We For Them? On Doing Research in the Palestinian West Bank""; ""TEN: Narrating Embodied Lives: Muslim Women on the Coast of Kenya""; ""ELEVEN: Off the Feminist Platform in Turkey: Cherkess Gender Relations""; ""TWELVE: Colonial and Post-Revolutionary Discourses and Nicaraguan Feminist Constructions of Mestiza: Reflections of a Cultural Traveller"" ""THIRTEEN: ""Fixo Ben"" (She Did the Right Thing): Women and Social Disruption in Rural Galicia""""FOURTEEN: ""To Reclaim Yoruba Tradition Is To Reclaim Our Queens of Mother Africa"": Recasting Gender Through Mediated Practices of the Everyday""; ""FIFTEEN: Gender and Identity Formation in Post-Socialist Ukraine: The Case of Women in the Shuttle Business""; ""SIXTEEN: Rural Women and Economic Development in Reform Era China: The Strategy of the Official Women's Movement""; ""SEVENTEEN: Feminist Fields: Conversations to be Continued""; ""CONTRIBUTORS""; ""INDEX""; ""A""; ""B""; ""C""; ""D"" ""E""""f""; ""g""; ""h""; ""i""; ""j""; ""k""; ""l""; ""m""; ""n""; ""o""; ""p""; ""q""; ""r""; ""s""; ""t""; ""u""; ""v""; ""w""; ""y""; ""z""
Responsibility: edited by Rae Bridgman, Sally Cole, Heather Howard-Bobiwash.
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