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Employing historical case studies of how alliances work at particular moments in the histories of feminist, anti-racist, and queer social movements, Working Alliances and the Politics of Difference addresses questions of agency and action; universalism and relativism; the production of norms and values; the construction of social movements, publics and counter-publics; and the workings of alliances.
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Janet R. Jakobsen is Assistant Professor of Women's Studies and Religious Studies and founding Coordinator of the Committee for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Studies at the University of Arizona.
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