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Talking Visions: Multicultural Feminism in a Transnational Age

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This multivoiced collection of essays and images presents the perspectives of activists, scholars, artists, and curators from a broad range of constituencies. Challenging traditional disciplinary and cultural boundaries, the book moves beyond any unified feminist historical narrative to present a "relational" feminism of diverse communities, affiliations, and practices. Th ...more
Paperback, 596 pages
Published April 13th 2001 by Mit Press (first published December 31st 1998)
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Oct 13, 2007 augend rated it it was amazing
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Borrowed this textbook from a friend, who read it for a course in feminism at UCLA. I hope this satiates my recent yearnings for some decent reads on post-colonialism.
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This brings together writings on various topics but mainly putting gender & race together. The artworks are amazing & worth exploring
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It'll melt my brain in that lovely way and I can't wait to crack it!
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Ella Habiba Shohat (Arabic: إيلا حبيبة شوحط; born 1959) is Professor of Cultural Studies at New York University, and has taught, lectured and written extensively on issues having to do with Eurocentrism and Orientalism, as well as with postcolonial and transnational approaches to Cultural Studies. More specifically, since the 1980s she has developed critical approaches to the study of Arab Jews/Mi ...more
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