11 edition of Feminism and its fictions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -190) and index.
|Statement||Lisa Maria Hogeland.|
|LC Classifications||PS374.F45 H64 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|ISBN 10||0812234294, 0812216407|
|LC Control Number||97039291|
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Le Guin is known for her ability to bend gender norms. The Female Man by Joanna Russ Written at the height of sci-fi's New Wave movement where women were making their voices heard in the genre, Joanna Russ's The Female Man is a cornerstone in the library of feminist science fiction.
The HeForShe campaign was launched with the idea that men have simply not been invited into feminism, or feel unwelcome, and that is why they are not involved. A complex story that intricately weaves a futuristic world, centuries-old mythology, and modern day women's issues, Midnight Robber is like nothing you've ever read.
Featuring a variety of complex, layered female characters, The Snow Queen proves, as Vinge hoped, that women are indeed people, and their stories matter. Memoirs of a Spacewoman takes place in a future where men and women are essentially equal, at least when it comes to leadership positions, and chronicles the journey of Mary, a communications expert traveling from world to world in pursuit of scientific knowledge.
Greer divided the nonfiction book into four sections: Body, Soul, Love, and Hate. Bunson, Matthew. Recent texts that fall under this rubric rely on unexamined notions of "sisterhood" and the recovery of "lost" voices.
Betty Friedan A nonfiction book published inThe Feminine Mystique sparked the second-wave of the Women's Movement in the United States, a movement that lasted until the early s and, unlike the first-wave's focus on the one issue of suffrage, expanded its agenda to a wide variety of issues such as sexuality, reproductive rights, the workplace, and more.
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