Reading Feminist Theory: From Modernity to Postmodernity interweaves classical and contemporary writings from the social sciences and the humanities to represent feminist thought from the late eighteenth century to the present. Editors Susan Archer Mann and Ashly Suzanne Patterson pay close attention to the multiplicity and diversity of feminist voices, visions, and vantage points by race, class, gender, sexuality, and global location. Along with more conventional forms of theorizing, this anthology points to multiple sites of theory production--both inside and outside of the academy--and includes personal narratives, poems, short stories, zines, and even music lyrics. Offering a truly global perspective, the book devotes three chapters and more than thirty readings to the topics of colonialism, imperialism and globalization. It also provides extensive coverage of third-wave feminism, poststructuralism, queer theory, postcolonial theory, and transnational feminisms. 2005. aa#39;Declaration of Sentimentsa#39; from The History of Womena#39;s Suffrage.a Pp. 71a73 in Feminist Theory: A Reader, 2nd ed. Eds. Wendy K. Kolmar and Frances Bartkowski. Boston: McGrawaHill. Stanton, Elizabeth Cady.  1881.
|Title||:||Reading Feminist Theory|
|Author||:||Susan Archer Mann, Ashly Suzanne Patterson|