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Women Resist Globalisation is a stimulating account of women's grassroots activism in two important areas: claims to livelihood, and to human rights. Looking at specific cases ranging from the British miners' strike, to making gender central to the Guatemalan peace process, the book documents activists challenging the boundaries of work, environment, reproduction, ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by Zed Books
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Sheila Rowbotham (born 1943) is a British socialist feminist theorist and writer.

Rowbotham was born in Leeds (in present-day West Yorkshire), the daughter of a salesman for an engineering company and an office clerk. From an early age, she was deeply interested in history. She has written that traditional political history "left her cold", but she credited Olga Wilkinson, one of her teachers, with
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