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Women’s Studies titles

Women’s studies titles expand on the growing relevance of feminist theory and interpretation in the fields of art, drama, politics, cultural studies and literary criticism.
 

Dancing the Feminine
Monika Swasti Winarnita

Exclusions in Feminist Thought
Edited by Mary Brewer

Is Fashion a Woman’s Right?
Carolyn Beckingham

Jeanie, an ‘Army of One’
Sybil Oldfield

Laura Esquivel’s Mexican Fictions
Edited by Elizabeth Moore Willingham

Race, Sex and Gender in Contemporary Women’s Theatre
Mary Brewer

‘Thinking Against the Current’
Sybil Oldfield

Women, Welfare and Local Politics, 1880–1920
Steven King

 

 

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