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The Resource No permanent waves : recasting histories of U.S. feminism, edited by Nancy A. Hewitt

No permanent waves : recasting histories of U.S. feminism, edited by Nancy A. Hewitt

Label
No permanent waves : recasting histories of U.S. feminism
Title
No permanent waves
Title remainder
recasting histories of U.S. feminism
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nancy A. Hewitt
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Enters the ongoing debates over the utility of the "wave" metaphor for capturing the complex history of women's rights by offering perspectives on the diverse movements that comprise U.S. feminism, past and present. Seventeen essays--both original and reprinted--address continuities, conflicts, and transformations among women's movements in the United States from the early nineteenth century through today
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.420973
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1410
LC item number
.N57 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1951-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Hewitt, Nancy A.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Feminism
  • First-wave feminism
  • Second-wave feminism
  • Third-wave feminism
Label
No permanent waves : recasting histories of U.S. feminism, edited by Nancy A. Hewitt
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Unsettling "third wave feminism": feminist waves, intersectionality, and identity politics in retrospect
  • Leela Fernandes
  • Overthrowing the "monopoly of the pulpit": race and the rights of church women in the nineteenth-century United States
  • Martha S. Jones
  • Labor feminists and President Kennedy's Commission on women
  • Dorothy Sue Cobble
  • Expanding the boundaries of the women's movement: black feminism and the struggle for welfare rights
  • Premilla Nadasen
  • Rethinking global sisterhood: peace activism and women's Orientalism
  • Judy Tzu-Chun Wu
  • From Seneca Falls to suffrage? Reimagining a "master" narrative in U.S. women's history
  • Living a feminist lifestyle: the intersection of theory and action in a lesbian feminist collective
  • Anne M. Valk
  • Strange bedfellows: building feminist coalitions around sex work in the 1970s
  • Stephanie Gilmore
  • From sisterhood to girlie culture: closing the great divide between second and third wave cultural agendas
  • Leandra Zarnow
  • Staking claims to independence: Jennie Collins, Aurora Phelps, and the Boston Working Women's League, 1865-1877
  • Lara Vapnek
  • "I had not seen women like that before": intergenerational feminism in New York City's tenant movement
  • Roberta S. Gold
  • Nancy A. Hewitt
  • The hidden history of affirmative action: working women's struggles in the 1970s and the gender of class
  • Nancy MacLean
  • U.S. feminism: Grrrl style!: Youth (sub)cultures and the technologics of the third wave
  • Ednie Kaeh Garrison
  • "Under construction": identifying foundations of hip-hop feminism and exploring bridges between black second wave and hip hop feminisms
  • Whitney A. Peoples
  • Multiracial feminism: recasting the chronology of second wave feminism
  • Becky Thompson
  • Black feminisms and human agency
  • Ula Y. Taylor
  • "We have a long, beautiful history": Chicana feminist trajectories and legacies
  • Marisela R. Chávez
  • From Seneca Falls to suffrage? Reimagining a "master" narrative in U.S. women's history / Nancy A. Hewitt -- Multiracial feminism: recasting the chronology of second wave feminism / Becky Thompson -- Black feminisms and human agency / Ula Y. Taylor -- "We have a long, beautiful history": Chicana feminist trajectories and legacies / Marisela R. Chávez -- Unsettling "third wave feminism": feminist waves, intersectionality, and identity politics in retrospect / Leela Fernandes -- Overthrowing the "monopoly of the pulpit": race and the rights of church women in the nineteenth-century United States / Martha S. Jones -- Labor feminists and President Kennedy's Commission on women / Dorothy Sue Cobble -- Expanding the boundaries of the women's movement: black feminism and the struggle for welfare rights / Premilla Nadasen -- Rethinking global sisterhood: peace activism and women's Orientalism / Judy Tzu-Chun Wu -- Living a feminist lifestyle: the intersection of theory and action in a lesbian feminist collective / Anne M. Valk -- Strange bedfellows: building feminist coalitions around sex work in the 1970s / Stephanie Gilmore -- From sisterhood to girlie culture: closing the great divide between second and third wave cultural agendas / Leandra Zarnow -- Staking claims to independence: Jennie Collins, Aurora Phelps, and the Boston Working Women's League, 1865-1877 / Lara Vapnek -- "I had not seen women like that before": intergenerational feminism in New York City's tenant movement / Roberta S. Gold -- The hidden history of affirmative action: working women's struggles in the 1970s and the gender of class / Nancy MacLean -- U.S. feminism: Grrrl style!: Youth (sub)cultures and the technologics of the third wave / Ednie Kaeh Garrison -- "Under construction": identifying foundations of hip-hop feminism and exploring bridges between black second wave and hip hop feminisms / Whitney A. Peoples
Control code
344074469
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 453 pages
Isbn
9780813547244
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2009020401
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)344074469
Label
No permanent waves : recasting histories of U.S. feminism, edited by Nancy A. Hewitt
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Unsettling "third wave feminism": feminist waves, intersectionality, and identity politics in retrospect
  • Leela Fernandes
  • Overthrowing the "monopoly of the pulpit": race and the rights of church women in the nineteenth-century United States
  • Martha S. Jones
  • Labor feminists and President Kennedy's Commission on women
  • Dorothy Sue Cobble
  • Expanding the boundaries of the women's movement: black feminism and the struggle for welfare rights
  • Premilla Nadasen
  • Rethinking global sisterhood: peace activism and women's Orientalism
  • Judy Tzu-Chun Wu
  • From Seneca Falls to suffrage? Reimagining a "master" narrative in U.S. women's history
  • Living a feminist lifestyle: the intersection of theory and action in a lesbian feminist collective
  • Anne M. Valk
  • Strange bedfellows: building feminist coalitions around sex work in the 1970s
  • Stephanie Gilmore
  • From sisterhood to girlie culture: closing the great divide between second and third wave cultural agendas
  • Leandra Zarnow
  • Staking claims to independence: Jennie Collins, Aurora Phelps, and the Boston Working Women's League, 1865-1877
  • Lara Vapnek
  • "I had not seen women like that before": intergenerational feminism in New York City's tenant movement
  • Roberta S. Gold
  • Nancy A. Hewitt
  • The hidden history of affirmative action: working women's struggles in the 1970s and the gender of class
  • Nancy MacLean
  • U.S. feminism: Grrrl style!: Youth (sub)cultures and the technologics of the third wave
  • Ednie Kaeh Garrison
  • "Under construction": identifying foundations of hip-hop feminism and exploring bridges between black second wave and hip hop feminisms
  • Whitney A. Peoples
  • Multiracial feminism: recasting the chronology of second wave feminism
  • Becky Thompson
  • Black feminisms and human agency
  • Ula Y. Taylor
  • "We have a long, beautiful history": Chicana feminist trajectories and legacies
  • Marisela R. Chávez
  • From Seneca Falls to suffrage? Reimagining a "master" narrative in U.S. women's history / Nancy A. Hewitt -- Multiracial feminism: recasting the chronology of second wave feminism / Becky Thompson -- Black feminisms and human agency / Ula Y. Taylor -- "We have a long, beautiful history": Chicana feminist trajectories and legacies / Marisela R. Chávez -- Unsettling "third wave feminism": feminist waves, intersectionality, and identity politics in retrospect / Leela Fernandes -- Overthrowing the "monopoly of the pulpit": race and the rights of church women in the nineteenth-century United States / Martha S. Jones -- Labor feminists and President Kennedy's Commission on women / Dorothy Sue Cobble -- Expanding the boundaries of the women's movement: black feminism and the struggle for welfare rights / Premilla Nadasen -- Rethinking global sisterhood: peace activism and women's Orientalism / Judy Tzu-Chun Wu -- Living a feminist lifestyle: the intersection of theory and action in a lesbian feminist collective / Anne M. Valk -- Strange bedfellows: building feminist coalitions around sex work in the 1970s / Stephanie Gilmore -- From sisterhood to girlie culture: closing the great divide between second and third wave cultural agendas / Leandra Zarnow -- Staking claims to independence: Jennie Collins, Aurora Phelps, and the Boston Working Women's League, 1865-1877 / Lara Vapnek -- "I had not seen women like that before": intergenerational feminism in New York City's tenant movement / Roberta S. Gold -- The hidden history of affirmative action: working women's struggles in the 1970s and the gender of class / Nancy MacLean -- U.S. feminism: Grrrl style!: Youth (sub)cultures and the technologics of the third wave / Ednie Kaeh Garrison -- "Under construction": identifying foundations of hip-hop feminism and exploring bridges between black second wave and hip hop feminisms / Whitney A. Peoples
Control code
344074469
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 453 pages
Isbn
9780813547244
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2009020401
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)344074469

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