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Feminist postcolonial theory : a reader

Author: Reina Lewis; Sara Mills
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2003.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Version imprimée :
Feminist postcolonial theory.
New York : Routledge, 2003
(OCoLC)52835658
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Reina Lewis; Sara Mills
ISBN: 9781136785207 1136785205
OCLC Number: 1004093681
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (xi, 754 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Part 1. Gendering colonialism and postcolonialism/racialising feminism. The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house / Audre Lorde ; Notes towards a politics of location / Adrienne Rich ; The uses of fundamentalism / Gita Sahgal, Nira Yuval-Davis ; Under Western eyes : feminist scholarship and colonial discourses / Chandra Talpade Mohanty ; US Third-World feminism : the theory and method of oppositional consciousness in the postmodern world / Chela Sandoval --
Part 2. Rethinking whiteness. To make the facts known : racial terror and the construction of white femininity / Vron Ware ; Iroquois women, European women / Natalie Zemon Davis ; White women and colonialism: towards a non-recuperative history / Jane Haggis ; I'm a feminist but ... "Other" women and postnational feminism / Ien Ang ; The oppositional gaze : Black female spectators / bell hooks ; "On the threshold of woman's era" : lynching, empire and sexuality in Black feminist theory / Hazel V. Carby --
Part 3. Redefining the 'Third World' subject. Dead women tell no tales : issues of female subjectivity, subaltern agency and tradition in colonial and postcolonial writings on widow immolation in India / Ania Loomba ; End of empire : Islam, nationalism and women in Turkey / Deniz Kandiyoti ; How native is a "native" anthropologist? / Kirin Narayan ; Three women's texts and a critique of imperialism / Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak ; Where have all the natives gone? / Rey Chow --
Part 3. Sexuality and sexual rights. Racism, birth control and reproductive rights / Angela Davis ; Feminisms and universalisms : "universal rights" and the legal debate around the practice of female excision in France / Francoise Lionnet ; State versus Islam : Malay families, women's bodies and the body politic in Malaysia / Aihwa Ong ; Debt-bondage and trafficking : don't believe the hype / Alison Murray ; Reconfiguring hierarchies : the Ilbert Bill controversy, 1883-84 / Mrinalini Sinha ; Vacation cruises : or, the homoerotics of orientalism / Joseph A. Boone --
Part 5. Harem and the veil. The meaning of spatial boundaries / Fatima Mernissi ; The seen, the unseen and the imagined : private and public lives / Sarah Graham-Brown ; On veiling, vision and voyage : cross-cultural dressing and narratives of identity / Reina Lewis ; Veiled fantasies : cultural and sexual difference in the discourse of orientalism / Meyda Yeǧenoǧlu ; Unveiling Algeria / Winifred Woodhull ; Veiling resistance / Fadwa El Guindi --
Part 6. Gender and post/colonial spatial relations. Diaspora, border and transnational identities / Avtar Brah ; Imperial leather : race, cross-dressing and the cult of domesticity / Anne McClintock ; Earth honoring : Western desires and indigenous knowledges / Jane M. Jacobs ; Gender and colonial space / Sara Mills ; Spatial stories under siege : British women writing from Lucknow in 1857 / Alison Blunt.
Responsibility: edited by Reina Lewis and Sara Mills.

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