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Women's Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings
by:Susan Shaw, Janet Lee
A compilation of readings in women's studies, Women's Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings by Susan Shaw and Janet Lee focuses on the diversity of experiences that women go through. The book offers a balanced coverage of readings, including classic and contemporary selections, as well as experiential and conceptual accounts...
A compilation of readings in women's studies, Women's Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings by Susan Shaw and Janet Lee focuses on the diversity of experiences that women go through. The book offers a balanced coverage of readings, including classic and contemporary selections, as well as experiential and conceptual accounts showcasing women's differing views on timely issues. The first parts of the book talk about women's studies and its origins, the status of women's studies in the country as well as in campuses, as well as its connection to feminism. The book integrates various writings about education, oppression, sexism, inequality, and other social differences. Readings about different global issues are provided, along with articles on culture and spiritual traditions, religion, and activism. This reference book contains selections from well known feminist writers like Jane O'Reilly, Susan Wendell, Evelyn Blackwood, Andrea Smith, Marni Grossman, and many more. Selections include Virginia Woolf's Thinking About Shakespeare's Sister, Emily Dickinson's The Wife, Amanda Lenhart's Sexting, and Mimi Swartz' The Lost Girls. It presents a well-curated selection of readings on religion and spiritual traditions, including titles like The Prophet's Daughter, which is an excerpt from an interview with Syafa Almirzanah, along with Standing Again at Sinai by Judith Plaskow, and Feminist Questions of Christianity by Caryn D. Riswold. Women's Voices, Feminist Visions: Classic and Contemporary Readings (ISBN 9780073512327) is an excellent reference for those taking up women's studies. It is also an excellent collection of works by exceptional feminist writers. Authors Shaw and Lee are both accomplished writers specializing in feminism.
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