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Autor: Kum-Kum Bhavnani
ISBN-13: 9781783606412
Einband: EPUB
Seiten: 528
Sprache: Englisch

Feminist Futures

Reimagining Women, Culture and Development
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Interweaves scholarship and social activism to explore the evolving position of women in the global South.
Straddling disciplines and continents, Feminist Futures interweaves scholarship and social activism to explore the evolving position of women in the South.Working at the intersection of cultural studies, critical development studies and feminist theory, the book's contributors articulate a radical and innovative framework for understanding the linkages between women, culture and development, applying it to issues ranging from sexuality and the gendered body to the environment, technology and the cultural politics of representation.This revised and updated edition brings together leading academics, as well as a new generation of activists and scholars, to provide a fresh perspective on the ways in which women in the South are transforming our understanding of development.
Preface to the Second Edition1. An Introduction to Women, Culture and Development - Kum-Kum Bhavnani, John Foran and Priya A. KurianVisions IMaria’s Stories - Maria Ofelia NavarreteThe Woof and the Warp - Luisa ValenzuelaConsider the Problem of Privatisation - Anna TsingPart I: Sexuality and the Gendered Body2. More ‘"Tragedies" in Out-of-the-Way Places: Oceanic Interpretations of Another Scale’ - Yvonne Underhill-Sem with Kaita Sem3. ‘Revolution with a Woman’s Face’? Family Norms, Constitutional Reform, and the Politics of Redistribution in Post/Neoliberal Ecuador - Amy Lind4. Claiming the State: Revisiting Women’s Reproductive Identity in India’s Development Policy - Rachel Simon-Kumar5. Abortion and African Culture: A Case Study of Kenya - Jane Wambui Njagi6. Bodies and Choices: African Matriarchs and Mammy Water - Ifi AmadiumeVisions IIEmpowerment: Snakes and Ladders - Jan Nederveen PieterseGendered Sexualities and Lived Experience: Revisiting the Case of Gay Sexuality in Women, Culture and Development - Dana CollinsRevolutionary Women’s Struggle and Leadership: Building Local Political Power in Rural Areas in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization - Peter Chua‘What Should I Say about a Dream?’: Reflections on Adolescent Girls, Agency and Citizenship - Gauri NandedkarPart II: Environment, Technology, Science7. New Lenses with Limited Vision: Shell Scenarios, Science Fiction, Storytelling Wars - David McKie with Akanksha Munshi-Kurian8. Development Nationalism: Science, Religion and the Quest for a Modern India - Banu Subramaniam9. What Would Rachel Say? - Joni Seager10. Negotiating Human-Nature Boundaries, Cultural Hierarchies and Masculinist Paradigms of Development Studies - Priya A. Kurian and Debashish Munshi11. The Intersection of Women, Culture and Development: Conversations about Visions for the Future – Take Two - Arturo Escobar and Wendy HarcourtVisions IIIAlternatives to Development: Of Love, Dreams and Revolution - John ForanDreams and Process in Development Theory and Practice - Light CarruyoThe Subjective Side of Development: Sources of Well-Being, Resources for Struggle - Linda KlouzalPart III: The Cultural Politics of Representation12. Of Rural Mothers, Urban Whores and Working Daughters: Women and the Critique of Neocolonial Development in Taiwan’s Nativist Literature - Ming-yan Lai13. Revisiting the mostaz’af and the mostakbar - Minoo Moallem14. Mariama Bâ’s So Long a Letter: ‘Women, Culture and Development’ from a Francophone or Postcolonial Perspective - Anjali Prabhu15. The Precarious Middle Class: Gender, Risk and Mobility in the New Indian Economy - Raka RayVisions IVAn Antipodean Take on Gender, Culture and Development Co-operation - Susanne SchechOn Activist Scholarship and Women, Culture and Development - Julie ShayneWomen, Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Sustainable Development - Sangion Appiee TiuReimagining Climate Justice: What the World Needs Now is Love, Hope ... and You - John ForanPostscript: A Conversation about the Future of Women, Culture and Development - Kum-Kum Bhavnani, John Foran, Priya A. Kurian and Debashish Munshi

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Autor: Kum-Kum Bhavnani
ISBN-13 :: 9781783606412
ISBN: 178360641X
Seiten: 528
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2
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