Feminist (re)visions of the subject : landscapes, ethnoscapes, and theoryscapes /

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Imprint:Lanham [Md.] : Lexington Books, c2001.
Description:vi, 274 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subject:Feminist theory.
Feminist theory.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4486726
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Other authors / contributors:Currie, Gail, 1973-
Rothenberg, Celia, 1970-
ISBN:0739102346 (cloth : alk. paper)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Gail Currie
  • Pt. I. Landscapes: Negotiating Space
  • 1. Critical Dwellings: Foregrounding Space in the Feminist Picture / Jessica Barkley Blaustein
  • 2. "Your Life Vest Is under Your Seat": The Politics of Airline Seating / Liz Millward
  • 3. From a Room to a Cyberspace of One's Own: Technology and the Women-Only Heterotopia / Rhiannon Bury
  • 4. Family Business: The Household, Gender, and Generational Relations in an International Ski Resort in the Tirolean Alps / Jacqueline McGibbon
  • Pt. II. Ethnoscapes: Productions of Place
  • 5. Manufactured Tradition and the Embodiment of Place: Ethiopian Muslims in a Deterritorialized World / Camilla Gibb
  • 6. Ambiguous Symbols: Women and the Ascetic Ideal in Jainism / Anne Vallely
  • 7. Embodied Spirits: Palestinians and the Experience of Possession / Celia Rothenberg
  • 8. Consciousness Razing: Self-Defining Feminism and the Problem of Postmodern Politics / Mimi Arnstein
  • Pt. III. Theoryscapes: Landscapes of Theory Production
  • 9. Weaving Intimacy and Reflexivity: The Locational Politics of Power, Knowledge, and Identities / Shu-Ju Ada Cheng
  • 10. Cross-Pollinations: Tropes and Consequences in Scientific Writing / Banu Subramaniam and Michael Witmore
  • 11. Fear of a Real Planet: Sublunary Fantasies of Gender, Sex, and Nation / Mary Armstrong
  • 12. Crossing Performativities. "Reclaiming" as Both Utterance and Gender Construction / Melinda Yuen-ching Chen
  • Afterword: A 'Masterclass' in Subjectivity / Henrietta Moore.