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The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Feminism 2019 book

The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Feminism

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The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Feminism

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ISBN : 9781317542636, 1317542630 
publisher: Routledge 
publish year: 2019 
pages: 369 
language: English 
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Table Of Contents

Cover
Half Title
Series Page
Title
Copyright
Contents
List of figures
List of tables
Notes on contributors
Contemporary feminism: editors’ introduction
SECTION I Ways of being
	1	Taking exceptions seriously: essentialism, constructionism, and the proliferation of particularities
	2	“Stories are data with soul”: lessons from black feminist epistemology
	3	“Does feminism have a generation gap?” Blogging, millennials and the hip hop generation
	4	Too soon for post-feminism: the ongoing life of patriarchy in neoliberal America
	5 Lost in translation: challenging (white, monolingual feminism's)  with justicia reproductiva
	6	The feminist frontier: on trans and feminism
SECTION II Ways of living
	7	Everyday life studies and feminism
	8	Making culture and doing feminism
	9	Surveillance is a feminist issue
	10	Hookup culture and higher education
	11	Circling back: electronic literature and material feminism
SECTION III Ways in
	12	Gender and schooling: progress, persistent inequalities, and possible solutions
	13	Why we need feminist game studies
	14	Acting out: performing feminisms in the contemporary art museum
	15	Can’t I just be a filmmaker? Women’s and feminist film festivals’ resurgence in a postfeminist world
SECTION IV Ways of contesting
	16	Women organized against sexual harassment: protesting sexual violence on campus, then and now
	17	Online feminism: global phenomenon, local perspective (on ASPEKT organization and online feminism in Czechoslovak context)
	18	Arab women’s feminism(s), resistance(s), and activism(s) within and beyond the “Arab Spring”: potentials, limitations, and future prospects
	19	Pussy Riot: a feminist band lost in history and translation
	20	None of this is new (media): feminisms in the social media age
SECTION V Coda conversation
	A conversation with Tressie McMillan Cottom, Jack Halberstam, and Sherry Ortner
Index


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