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Methodology of the oppressed

Author: Chela Sandoval
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : University of Minnesota Press, ©2000.
Series: Theory out of bounds, v. 18.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In a work with far-reaching implications, Chela Sandoval does no less than revise the genealogy of theory over the past thirty years, inserting what she terms "U.S. Third World feminism" into the narrative in a way that thoroughly alters our perspective on contemporary culture and subjectivity. What Sandoval has identified is a language, a rhetoric of resistance to postmodern cultural conditions. U.S liberation  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Chela Sandoval
ISBN: 0816627363 9780816627363 0816627371 9780816627370
OCLC Number: 43993216
Description: xiii, 240 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Angela Y. Davis --
PART I. Foundations in Neocolonial Postmodernism --
Fredric Jameson: Postmodernism Is a Neocolonizing Global Force --
PART II. The Theory and Method of Oppositional Consciousness in the Postmodern World --
U.S. Third World Feminism: Differential Social Movement --
PART III. The Methodology of the Oppressed: Semiotics, Deconstruction, Meta-Ideologizing, Democratics, and Differential Movement --
On Cultural Studies: An Apartheid of Theoretical Domains --
Semiotics and Languages of Emancipation --
The Rhetoric of Supremacism as Revealed by the Ethical Technology: Democratics --
PART IV. Love in the Postmodern World: Differential Consciousness --
Love as a Hermeneutics of Social Change, a Decolonizing Movida --
Revolutionary Force: Connecting Desire to Reality --
Conclusion: Differential Manifesto, Trans-Languages, and Global Oppositional Politics.
Series Title: Theory out of bounds, v. 18.
Responsibility: Chela Sandoval ; foreword b Angela Y. Davis.
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In a work with far-reaching implications, Chela Sandoval does no less than revise the genealogy of theory over the past thirty years, inserting what she terms "U.S. Third World feminism" into the narrative in a way that thoroughly alters our perspective on contemporary culture and subjectivity. What Sandoval has identified is a language, a rhetoric of resistance to postmodern cultural conditions. U.S liberation movements of the post-World War II era generated specific modes of oppositional consciousness. Out of these emerged a new activity of consciousness and language Sandoval calls the "methodology of the oppressed". This methodology -- born of the strains of the cultural and identity struggles that currently mark global exchange -- holds out the possibility of a new historical moment, a new citizen-subject, and a new form of alliance consciousness and politics. Utilizing semiotics and U.S. Third World feminist criticism, Sandoval demonstrates how this methodology mobilizes love as a category of critical analysis. Rendering this approach in all its specifics, Methodology of the Oppressed gives rise to an alternative mode of criticism opening new perspectives on a theoretical, literary, aesthetic, social movement, or psychic expression. -- Amazon.com.

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