Performing birth in a culture of fear: an embodied crisis of late modernity
- NEW AND NEWLY DISCOVERED PERIODICALS. // Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources;Fall2006, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p37
The article reviews two periodicals on feminism including "Girlistic Magazine: Feminist Thought and Culture" and "Intersections: Women's and Gender Studies in Review Across Disciplines."
- Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of Herself: Some Thoughts on Canadian Feminism. Rivière, Dominique // Hecate;2004, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p222
Discusses the perception of an African woman on the issue of feminism in Canada. Information on the development of a Canadian feminist theory; Features of feminist theory; Conceptualization of a Black feminist theory; Discussion on social multiculturalism in the country.
- 'You're Getting a Degree in WHAT?' Thomas, Stefanie // Gender Issues;Spring2001, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p16
In 'You're Getting a Degree in WHAT?' Stefanie Thomas addresses the various pros and cons of a Women's Studies Department at a major university. Majoring in women's studies gives her the unique perspective of observing classroom dynamics where students are implicitly geared towards one focus,...
- Feminist Theory (Poem). Glenn, Lorri Neilson // Women & Environments International Magazine;Spring2003, Issue 58/59, p28
Presents the poem 'Feminist Theory.'
- Nalï¿½zï¿½nï¿½ spojencu na necekanï¿½ch mï¿½stech. Katerina Li�kov� // Sociï¿½lni Studia / Social Studies (1214813X);2005, Issue 2, p145
Even after the destabilization of binary nature-culture thinking, social science ï¿½ including feminist theory ï¿½ continues to conceptualitze nature as inert, fixed and uchangeable. As the opposite of culture, nature is supposed to "belong" to hard science together with concepts developed...
- Gender and Culture: Challenges to the Sociology of Religion. Neitz, Mary Jo // Sociology of Religion;Winter2004, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p391
This article examines the challenge of the culture turn for the sociology of religion from several points of view. Looking at the congruence between certain feminist theories and the cultural turn, it begins by problematizing the Enlightenment idea of the autonomous individual seen in rebellion...
- Aesthetics, Epistemics, and Feminist Theory. Duran, Jane // Journal of Aesthetic Education;Spring2003, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p32
Argues on the intersection between analytic aesthetics and feminist theory. Information on analytic philosophy and aesthetics; Details on androcentrism, feminism and contextualization; Discussion on naturalizing analytic aesthetics.
- The "F" Word. Wright, Jeannie; Webb, Sue; Sullivam-Thompson, Patricia; Kotzé, Elmarie; Crocket, Kathie; Cornforth, Sue; Blanchard, Nan // New Zealand Journal of Counselling;2008, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p87
This article revisions feminist thinking from the point of view of seven practitioners/researchers currently working in New Zealand. It arises from embodied pain, passionate commitments, and a shared curiosity about purposeful feminism in our work. We explore the challenges for us as counsellors...
- The Incident: The Teacher's Breasts. Gallop, Jane // Anecdotal Theory;2002, p23
Examines the association between personal experience and feminist teaching. Subject and method of feminist education; Inclusion of personal experiences in class discussion and academic work; Dynamics of feminist teaching.