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Feminist studies : a guide to intersectional theory, methodology and writing / Nina Lykke.

By: Lykke, Nina.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HQ1180 .L95 2011Series: Routledge advances in feminist studies and intersectionality: 1.Publication: New York ; London : Routledge, 2011, c2010Description: xvi, 241 p.ISBN: 9780415516587; 0415516587.Subject(s): Women's studies | Feminist theory -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Contents:
Part I. What is feminist studies? -- A guide's introduction -- A postdisciplinary discipline -- Undoing proper research objects -- Part II. To theorize intersectional gender/sex -- Intersectional gender/sex: a conflictual and power-laden issue -- Theorizing intersectionalities: genealogies and blind spots -- Genealogies of doing -- Making corporealities matter: intersections of gender and sex revisited -- Part III. To re-tool the thinking technologies -- Rethinking epistemologies -- Methodologies, methods and ethics -- Shifting boundaries between academic and creative writing practices -- Part IV. To use a feminist hermeneutics -- Doing and undoing the god-trick: analytical examples.
List(s) this item appears in: New Books 2017-04 (Foreign)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I. What is feminist studies? -- A guide's introduction -- A postdisciplinary discipline -- Undoing proper research objects -- Part II. To theorize intersectional gender/sex -- Intersectional gender/sex: a conflictual and power-laden issue -- Theorizing intersectionalities: genealogies and blind spots -- Genealogies of doing -- Making corporealities matter: intersections of gender and sex revisited -- Part III. To re-tool the thinking technologies -- Rethinking epistemologies -- Methodologies, methods and ethics -- Shifting boundaries between academic and creative writing practices -- Part IV. To use a feminist hermeneutics -- Doing and undoing the god-trick: analytical examples.

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