By Kum-Kum Bhavnani,John Foran,Priya A. Kurian,Debashish Munshi,Amy Lind,Rachel Simon-Kumar,Professor Ifi Amadiume,Raka Ray,Jan Nederveen Pieterse,Dana Collins,Peter Chua,David McKie,Banu Subramaniam,Arturo Escobar,Wendy Harcourt,Ming-yan Lai,Minoo Moallem,A
Straddling disciplines and continents, Feminist Futures interweaves scholarship and social activism to discover the evolving place of girls within the South.
Working on the intersection of cultural stories, severe improvement reports and feminist thought, the book's participants articulate an intensive and cutting edge framework for knowing the linkages among girls, tradition and improvement, employing it to concerns starting from sexuality and the gendered physique to the surroundings, know-how and the cultural politics of representation.
This revised and up to date variation brings jointly top lecturers, in addition to a brand new iteration of activists and students, to supply a clean point of view at the ways that girls within the South are reworking our knowing of development.
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