The essays in this volume consider how feminism has affected a range of academic disciplines - psychology, art, art history, history, social work and literary criticism. Particular attention is given to certain relationships: feminism and socialism; feminism and deconstruction; men and feminism; academic discourse and wider cultural values and theory and practice. The contributions on literary criticism deal with specific questions within that field, while those on other disciplines adopt a broad approach. The contributors are Carolyn Burdett, Kate Campbell, Lena Dominelli, John Goode, Margaret Iversin, Mary Kelly, Paula Nicolson, Griselda Pollock, Rick Rylance and Deborah Thom.
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Book Description Open Univ Pr, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX033509757X