Eisenstein tracks developments such as racialized ethnic and gender conflict; the new male democracies of eastern Europe; the new Democrats of the Clinton era - exploring the `politics of hate'.
In HATREDS, Zillah Eisenstein charts the plural politics of the twenty-first century, which she defines as having begun with the fall of communism and the gulf war. Exploring the politics of hate on both global and local levels, Eisenstein tracks developments such as racialized ethnic and gender conflict, the new male democracies of eastern Europe and the new Democrats of the Clinton era, the sexual exploitation of the west and the sexual violence of nationalisms, and the importance of western feminisms' promissory standpoint of freedom to women in the third world.
"In HATREDS, Zillah Eisenstein turns her astute, carefully researched and deeply ethical attention to the consolidation and rupturing of the borders of race-and-gender marked bodies, nations, economies, and geographies. A profoundly incisive feminist analysis which maps and makes sense of the challenges of the 21st century." -- Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Hamilton College
"Eisentstein has lost none of her unerring knack of identifying a topic of central relevance to feminist scholarship and the finding a new and thought-provoking angle to it." -- Atlantis