The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory
The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory provides a rich overview of the analytical frameworks and theoretical concepts that feminist theorists have developed to analyze the known world. Featuring leading feminist theorists from diverse regions of the globe, this collection delves into forty-nine subject areas, demonstrating the complexity of feminist challenges to established knowledge, while also engaging areas of contestation within feminist theory. Demonstrating the interdisciplinary nature of feminist theory, the chapters offer innovative analyses of topics central to social and political science, cultural studies and humanities, discourses associated with medicine and science, and issues in contemporary critical theory that have been transformed through feminist theorization. The handbook identifies limitations of key epistemic assumptions that inform traditional scholarship and shows how theorizing from women's and men's lives has profound effects on the conceptualization of central categories, whether the field of analysis is aesthetics, biology, cultural studies, development, economics, film studies, health, history, literature, politics, religion, science studies, sexualities, violence, or war.
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27 Norms and Normalization
28 Performativity and Performance
29 The Personal is Political
32 Pop CultureVisual Culture
33 Posthuman Feminist Theory
9 Formal Informal and Care Economies
12 Feminist Jurisprudence
13 Feminist Standpoint
14 Gendered Divisions of Labor
20 Intersexuality Transgender and Transsexuality
23 Microphysics of Power
25 Militarization and War
34 Pregnancy Personhood and the Making of the Fetus
36 Race and Racialization
From Rights to Justice?
40 Science Studies
42 Sexual Difference
46 Subjectivity and Subjectivation
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