1st Edition

Working Out New Directions For Women's Studies

Edited By Hilary Hinds, Ann Phoenix, Jackie Stacey Copyright 1992
    217 Pages
    by Routledge

    216 Pages
    by Routledge

    Addresses issues of concern in the area of women's studies, aiming to offer fresh perspectives on sexuality, paid work, the development process, equal opportunities legislation, lesbian history and women's writing. The book is also concerned with the politics and practice of women's studies.

    Working Out, Jackie Stacey, Ann Phoenix, Hilary Hinds; The Politics and Practice of Women’s Studies; Chapter 1 Feminist Politics after Thatcher, Beatrix Campbell; Chapter 2 Pedagogical Praxis and Problems, Maureen McNeil; Chapter 3 Whiteness — The Relevance of Politically Colouring the ‘Non ‘, Helen (charles); Chapter 4 Men in Women’s Studies Classrooms, Deborah Philips, Ella Westland; Commonalities and Differences; Chapter 5 Difference, Power and Knowledge, Felly Nkweto Simmonds; Chapter 6 Disabled Women and the Feminist Agenda, Nasa Begum; Chapter 7 Desire and the Politics of Representation, Tamsin Wilton; Chapter 8 Difference at Work, Gill Dunne; International Feminisms; Chapter 9 Feminist Perspectives in Development, Kabeer Naila; Chapter 10 Women’s Rights and Human Rights in Muslim Countries, Sardar-Ali Shaheen, Mullally Siobhan; Chapter 11 women’s Studies in Central and Eastern Europe, Chris Corrin; Chapter 12 Does Equal Opportunity Legislation and Practice Serve the Women’s Movement? A Case Study from Australian Higher Education, Christine Wieneke; Theories and Methods; Chapter 13 Defending the Indefensible? Quantitative Methods and Feminist Research, Liz Kelly, Linda Regan, Sheila Burton; Chapter 14 Epistemological Issues in Researching Lesbian History, Liz Stanley; Chapter 15 Gender and the Labour Market, Lisa Adkins, Celia Lury; Chapter 16 Dialogic Theory and Wotnen’s Writing, Lynne Pearce;


    Hilary Hinds, Ann Phoenix, Jackie Stacey