For and Against Feminism

A personal journey into feminist theory and history

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Publisher Description

Written between 1970 to 1986, these essays chart the thinking emerging from, and the debates within, Women’s Liberation in Australia, showing how it grew into a diverse, complex, and lively feminist movement.


First published in 1988, this edition of For and Against Feminism has a new introduction from the author putting the work in the context of today’s feminist debates.


Ann Curthoys AM has published extensively with a focus on Australian history, cultural studies, gender and feminist theory. Her books include Freedom Ride: A Freedom Rider Remembers (2002), and with John Docker Is History Fiction? (2006). Her most recent work, with Jessie Mitchell, is Taking Liberty: Indigenous Rights and Settler Self-Government in the Australian Colonies, 1830–1890 (2018).

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2021
December 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
200
Pages
PUBLISHER
Ligature Pty Limited
SELLER
Ligature Pty Limited
SIZE
990.5
KB

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