English Feminism, 1780-1980

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9780198204343: English Feminism, 1780-1980

Barbara Caine offers the first complete overview of the history of "modern" English feminism, from the French Revolution through to the advent of Women's Liberation. Her analysis of feminist organizations, debates, and campaigns shows a keen sense of the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change. The result is a fascinating study with a new perspective on feminists and feminist traditions which should interest and instruct readers at all levels.

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Barbara Caine is at Monash University, Australia.

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"Caine's comprehensive analysis of English feminism offers many challenging insights....Her judgments are sharp and balanced, no mean feat in an area of scholarship that is dogged by numerous potential landmines."--Choice


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Descripción Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Barbara Caine s fascinating analysis of feminism in England examines the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change over tow centuries. Professor Caine investigates the complex question surrounding the concept of a feminist tradition , and shows how much the feminism of any particular period related to the years preceding or following it. Though feminism may have lacked the kind of legitimating tradition evident in other forms of political thought, the ghost of Mary Wollstonecraft was something which all nineteenth- and twentieth-century feminists had to come to terms with. Her story was a constant reminder of the connection between the demand for political and legal rights, and its conflation with the issues of personal and sexual rebellion. Like Wollstonecraft, every woman pioneer into the public arena faced assaults on her honour as well as on her intellectual position. The author also addresses the language of feminism: the introduction and changing meanings of the term feminist ;the importance of literary representations of women; and the question of how one defines feminism, and establishes boundaries between feminism and the woman question . She ends with a discussion of the new emphasis, post-1980s, on the need to think about feminisms in the plural, rather than any single kind of feminism. analysis of feminist organizations, debates, and campaigns shows a keen sense of the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change. The result is a fascinating study with a new perspective on feminists and feminist traditions, which can be used both as an introductory text and as an interpretative work. Professor Caine examines the complex questions surrounding the concept of a feminist tradition , and shows how much the feminism of any particular period related to the years preceding or following it. Though feminism may have lacked the kind of legitimating tradition evident in other forms of political thought, the ghost of Mary Wollstonecraft is seen here as something which all nineteenth- and twentieth-century feminists had to come to terms with. Her story was a constant reminder of the connection between the demand for political and legal rights, and its conflation with the issues of personal and sexual rebellion. Like Mary Wollstonecraft, every woman pioneer into the public arena was faced with assaults on her honour as well as on her intellectual position. Professor Caine also addresses the language of feminism: the introduction and changing meanings of the term feminist ; the importance of literary representations of women; and the question of how one defines feminism, and establishes boundaries between feminism and the woman question . She ends with a discussion of the new emphasis, post-1980s, on the need to think about feminisms in the plural, rather than any single kind of feminism. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780198204343

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Descripción Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, 1997. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Barbara Caine s fascinating analysis of feminism in England examines the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change over tow centuries. Professor Caine investigates the complex question surrounding the concept of a feminist tradition , and shows how much the feminism of any particular period related to the years preceding or following it. Though feminism may have lacked the kind of legitimating tradition evident in other forms of political thought, the ghost of Mary Wollstonecraft was something which all nineteenth- and twentieth-century feminists had to come to terms with. Her story was a constant reminder of the connection between the demand for political and legal rights, and its conflation with the issues of personal and sexual rebellion. Like Wollstonecraft, every woman pioneer into the public arena faced assaults on her honour as well as on her intellectual position. The author also addresses the language of feminism: the introduction and changing meanings of the term feminist ;the importance of literary representations of women; and the question of how one defines feminism, and establishes boundaries between feminism and the woman question . She ends with a discussion of the new emphasis, post-1980s, on the need to think about feminisms in the plural, rather than any single kind of feminism. analysis of feminist organizations, debates, and campaigns shows a keen sense of the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change. The result is a fascinating study with a new perspective on feminists and feminist traditions, which can be used both as an introductory text and as an interpretative work. Professor Caine examines the complex questions surrounding the concept of a feminist tradition , and shows how much the feminism of any particular period related to the years preceding or following it. Though feminism may have lacked the kind of legitimating tradition evident in other forms of political thought, the ghost of Mary Wollstonecraft is seen here as something which all nineteenth- and twentieth-century feminists had to come to terms with. Her story was a constant reminder of the connection between the demand for political and legal rights, and its conflation with the issues of personal and sexual rebellion. Like Mary Wollstonecraft, every woman pioneer into the public arena was faced with assaults on her honour as well as on her intellectual position. Professor Caine also addresses the language of feminism: the introduction and changing meanings of the term feminist ; the importance of literary representations of women; and the question of how one defines feminism, and establishes boundaries between feminism and the woman question . She ends with a discussion of the new emphasis, post-1980s, on the need to think about feminisms in the plural, rather than any single kind of feminism. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780198204343

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Descripción Oxford University Press, USA. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. This item is printed on demand. 358 pages. Barbara Caine offers the first complete overview of the history of modern English feminism, from the French Revolution through to the advent of Womens Liberation. Her analysis of feminist organizations, debates, and campaigns shows a keen sense of the relationship between feminist thought and actions, and wider social and cultural change. The result is a fascinating study with a new perspective on feminists and feminist traditions which should interest and instruct readers at all levels. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780198204343

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