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Title Undutiful daughters : new directions in feminist thought and practice / edited by Henriette Gunkel, Chrysanthi Nigianni, and Fanny Söderbäck.
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
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 Floor3  HQ1155 .U547 2012    IN LIBRARY
  
Description xix, 222 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Breaking feminist waves
Breaking feminist waves.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I new concepts -- Introduction: a politics of polyphony / Fanny Söderbäck -- The future of feminist theory: dreams for new knowledges / Elizabeth Grosz -- The need for the new in feminist activist discourse: notes toward a scene of anachronism / Red Chidgey -- The interruptive feminine: aleatory time and feminist politics / Emanuela Bianchi -- Écriture futuriste / M. F. Simone Roberts -- Part II new bodies and ethics -- Introduction: a politics of displeasure / Chrysanthi Nigianni -- Feminist extinction / Claire Colebrook -- Hydrofeminism: or, on becoming a body of water / Astreida Neimanis -- The breathing body in movement / Davina Quinlivan -- Incubators, pumps, and other hard-breasted bodies / Katie Lloyd Thomas -- Part III new subjectivities -- Introduction: a politics of visibility / Henriette Gunkel -- Rethinking sexual difference and kinship in Juliet Mitchell's psychoanalysis and feminism / Judith Butler -- Transgenres and the plane of gender imperceptibility / Jami Weinstein -- Primal scenes, forbidden words, and reclaimed spaces: voice, body, and poetic form in recent South African writing / Gabeba Baderoon -- Going gaga: dissent, refusal, and feminism / Jack Halberstam -- (Un)naming the third sex after Beauvoir: toward a third-dimensional feminism / Kyoo Lee.
Summary "This exciting collection offers a range of undutiful feminist voices of our time. Employing experimental modes of thinking and writing, the contributors remain faithful to the feminist tradition of subversion and resistance, while refusing to submit to its political tradition of a loving sisterhood or dutiful daughterhood. Through productive disagreement and cognitive dissonance, the essays presented here reflect the specific circumstances of our present, and attempt to dream and envision possible alternatives for the future. The volume thus invites us to think of the becoming of feminism itself, and the possibilities of future feminisms-to-come. Contributors include Rosi Braidotti, Judith Butler, Claire Colebrook, Elizabeth Grosz, and Jack Halberstam"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Feminism -- History -- 21st century.
Related Names Gunkel, Henriette.
Nigianni, Chrysanthi.
Söderbäck, Fanny, 1978-
ISBN 9780230118317
0230118313
OCLC number 769987220