The Gender of Modernity
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The Gender of Modernity

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In an exploration of the complex relations between women and the modernity. She also calls into question those feminist perspectives that have either demonized the modern as inherently partiarchal, or else assumed a simple opposition between men's and women's experiences of the modern world.
Paperback, 247 pages
Published August 21st 1995 by Harvard University Press
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Jesi
This was an amazingly clear and nuanced book. Highly recommended for anyone working on late 19th century lit to present, or anyone who has ever frantically Googled "what is modernity." Felski is my new academic crush.
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