This has been achieved by providing documentation about women in the past which calls into question existing ... This feminist critique “seemed to come straight out of reflection on our own, that is, [on] women's experience, out of the ...
Author: Judith Butler
Category: Social Science
A collection of work by leading feminist scholars, engaging with the question of the political status of poststructuralism within feminism, and affirming the contemporary debate over theory as politically rich and consequential.
Author: Christopher Ben SimpsonPublish On: 2020-01-09
Here is a recognition that in much of traditional Christian theology women are denied full humanity and that the voices ... done out of a particular context and set of concerns so theology done out of the context of women's experience ...
Author: Christopher Ben Simpson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Christopher Ben Simpson tells the story of modern Christian theology against the backdrop of the history of modernity itself. The book tells the many ways that theology became modern while seeing how modernity arose in no small part from theology. These intertwined stories progress through four parts. In Part I, Emerging Modernity, Simpson goes from the beginnings of modernity in the late Middle Ages through the Protestant Reformation and Renaissance Humanism to the creative tension between Enlightenments and Awakenings of the eighteenth-century. Part II, The Long Nineteenth-Century, presents the great movements and figures arising out of these creative tension - from Romanticism and Schleiermacher to Ritschlianism and Vatican I. Part III, Twentieth-Century Crisis and Modernity, proceeds through the revolutionary theologies of period of the World Wars such as that of Karl Barth or novuelle theologie; this part includes a thorough section on modern Eastern Orthodox theology. Finally, Part IV, The Late Modern Supernova, lays out the diverse panoply of recent theologies - from the various liberation theologies to the revisionist, the secular, the postliberal, and the postsecular. Designed for classroom use, this volume includes the following features: - boxes/chart/diagrams/visual organizations of the information presented included throughout: e.g. lists of key points, visual organizations of systematic ideas in a given thinker, lists of significant works, lists of significant dates, brief outlines of the basic structure of some major theological works - both a one-page chapter title table of the contents and an expanded(multipage) table of contents - chapter at-a-glance overview/outline at the beginning of each chapter - specific references to secondary works and key primary works in Enqlish translation at the end of chapters
Furthermore, during the postwar years it was the communists who did the most to explicidy seek out the women's vote and ... The material collected here suggests a much more fragmented picture of women's experience than that contained in ...
Author: Hanna Diamond
This is the first book (in either English or French) to offer readers an overview of women's experience of the Second World War and its immediate aftermath in France. It examines objectively the part that women played in both collaboration and resistance, synthesising much recent scholarship on the subject in French and English, and drawing on the author's own extensive research (including oral testimony) in Toulouse, Paris, and West Brittany. The findings are complex, and the immensely varied testimony challenges easy generalisation. This will be relevant for courses on French studies, French and European history and Women's studies.
We middle-class women with "outside interests" were looking for proof that family and "career" combinations could be had without anything so unladylike as a fight. ... story with women's experience in their own private voices.
Author: Janet Wilson James
Written in 1954 and published in 1981, this fascinating study remains authoritative as an account of a body of opinion about women’s nature and role that was in vogue in America during the first half-century after independence. Combining intellectual and social history, this work was one of numerous attempts being made at the time to add depth to American social history dealing with women and women’s experiences before feminism. The author explores British sources of American thought as well, presenting an early comparative history, and offers a focus on religion to show how processes of change to ideas about women occurred.
But to be clear, womanism did not emerge in a strictly reactionary fashion. It also developed “independently out of [black] women's culture and experience” (160). So what is the black woman's experience? One can speak of various sources ...
Author: Benjamin H. Dunning
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Over several decades, scholarship in New Testament and early Christianity has drawn attention both to the ways in which ancient Mediterranean conceptions of embodiment, sexual difference, and desire were fundamentally different from modern ones and also to important lines of genealogical connection between the past and the present. The result is that the study of "gender" and "sexuality" in early Christianity has become an increasingly complex undertaking. This is a complexity produced not only by the intricacies of conflicting historical data, but also by historicizing approaches that query the very terms of analysis whereby we inquire into these questions in the first place. Yet at the same time, recent work on these topics has produced a rich and nuanced body of scholarly literature that has contributed substantially to our understanding of early Christian history and also proved relevant to ongoing theological and social debates. The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Sexuality in the New Testament provides a roadmap to this lively scholarly landscape, introducing both students and other scholars to the relevant problems, debates, and issues. Leading scholars in the field offer original contributions by way of synthesis, critical interrogation, and proposals for future questions, hypotheses, and research trajectories.
We sent out 178 questionnaires, received 65 responses and had in-depth interviews with three of the women who had experienced sexual harassment. We were unprepared for the detailed descriptions, particularly on the questionnaires, ...
Author: Louise Morley
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Social Science
This text brings together leading feminists who explore questions of feminist interventions in organisations of knowledge production, covering both the structure and culture of academic institutions and the social divisions between women. Feminism is located as a force for change, empowering women to gain a political understanding and providing a methodology for new approaches to teaching, learning, research and writing in the academy. Contributions demonstrate how an analysis of the micropolitics of the academy in terms of power, policies, discourses, pedagogy and interpersonal relationships provides a framework for de- privatising women's experience and influencing change. Using theoretical constructs and their own biographies and experience, the contributors present predicaments, inequalities and strategies. Power and influence are considered in conjunction with gender, 'race', social class and sexuality.
theories must begin to identify learning modalities in women's experience within the condition of war and violence that have been outside of their purview, such as survival learning and resistance learning.
Author: Colleen Kawalilak
Publisher: Canadian Scholars’ Press
Category: Adult learning
Provides educators and facilitators with a comprehensive overview of the historical underpinnings and philosophical orientations of adult education and adult learning while attending to the various roles individuals play both within and beyond the formal constraints of the classroom. Pathways of Adult Learning opens up a dialogue about the many possible avenues toward knowledge sharing.
But despite her efforts, attention was focussed on white women's experience of rape perpetrated by (often falsely accused) ... The experiences and practices of resistance carried out by women of colour, however, are often glazed over in ...
Author: Rachel Loney-Howes
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Social Science
The ebook edition of this title is Open Access, thanks to Knowledge Unlatched funding, and freely available to read online. This book examines the nature, use and scope of online spaces for anti-rape activism, offering a critical commentary on its limitations and potentials.
Neustatter, A. (2002), Locked In, Locked Out: The Experience of Young Offenders Out of Society and In Prison, Gulbenkian Foundation: London. O'Dwyer, J. and Carlen, P. (1985), Josie: Surviving Holloway and Other Women's Prisons' in ...
Author: Ruth Chigwada-Bailey
Publisher: Waterside Press
An incisive account of how the multiple disadvantages of race, gender and class come together to create deeper levels of discrimination and unfair treatment in the criminal process. Written by one of the UK's leading women commentators in this field, who has found a strong niche in gender and discrimination studies.
The work grows out of our own desire to understand what happens to girls' anger as they mature, and the role of socialization and culture in shaping the expression and experience of anger over the lifespan.
Author: Deborah Cox
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.