Going Public: Feminism and the Shifting Boundaries of the Private Sphere
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Going Public: Feminism and the Shifting Boundaries of the Private Sphere

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In Going Public, a collection of international thinkers convene to reconsider the public/private distinction, an issue long central to feminists in their academic and political work. The feminist critique of rights has been fundamental to changes in Western liberal democracy and global human rights campaigns. These essays, in geographically and theoretically diverse case s...more
Hardcover, 424 pages
Published January 5th 2005 by University of Illinois Press
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