1 edition of Making feminist sense of the global justice movement found in the catalog.
Making feminist sense of the global justice movement
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca|
|Contributions||Maiguashca, Bice, 1965-|
|LC Classifications||HQ1155 .E83 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780742555921, 9780742567818|
|LC Control Number||2009043130|
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In this empirically rich and lucid book, Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca make a very convincing case both for the marginalization of feminist antiglobalization activism from the academic and activist literatures on the global justice movement, and, more importantly, for how this exclusion limits the empirical and conceptual contours of the 4/5(1).
Introduction: making feminist sense of the global justice movement -- 2. Skeleton woman at the World Social Forum: feminist struggles for visibility, voice, and influence, -- 3.
Feminist encounters at the World Social Forum, uncovering diversity and situating knowledge. Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement - Kindle edition by Eschle, Catherine, Maiguashca, Bice.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice by: In recent years, the global justice movement has grabbed headlines and reshaped political imaginations worldwide.
Surprisingly, however, feminism is largely absent from accounts of the movement--despite the fact that feminists are extensively involved on the ground.2/5(1). Download Making Feminist Sense Of The Global Justice Movement eBook in PDF, EPUB, Mobi. Making Feminist Sense Of The Global Justice Movement also available for Read Onlin.
Get this from a library. Making feminist sense of the global justice movement. [Catherine Eschle; Bice Maiguashca] -- Challenging the neglect of feminism in accounts of the global justice movement, this book explores the origins, ideas, and practices of what the authors term "feminist antiglobalization activism.".
Invited Book Review. Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement. By CATHERINE ESCHLE and BICE MAIGUASHCA Lanham., Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Katharine Schweitzer.
Search for more papers by this author. Katharine Schweitzer. Search for more papers by this : Katharine Schweitzer. Introduction: Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement Chapter 1: Constructing Feminist Antiglobalization Activism Chapter 2: Skeleton Woman at the World Social Forum: Feminist Struggles for Visibility, Voice and Influence, Chapter 3: Feminist Encounters at the World Social Forum Uncovering Diversity and Situating Knowledge Chapter.
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Katharine : Katharine Schweitzer. Read "Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement" by Catherine Eschle available from Rakuten Kobo. In recent years, the global justice movement has grabbed headlines and reshaped political imaginations worldwide.
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Addressing this significant gap in the literature, Eschle and Maiguashca shine a powerful light on what they Cited by: Making feminist sense of the global justice movement [electronic resource] / Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca. Author/Creator: Eschle, Catherine. Publication: Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c Format/Description: Book 1 online resource ( p.) Subjects: Feminism.
Globalization -- Social aspects. Their book thus offers vital insights not only for feminists, but also for all those interested in contemporary social movements and in global governance and resistance.
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@book Cited by: Reviews "This is the work of a well-travelled feminist mulling over the inequalities of the postmodern world. In a lively overview of tourism, the food industry, army bases, nationalism, diplomacy, global factories, and domestic work, Enloe persuasively argues that gender is key to the workings of international relations."—Aihwa Ong, University of California.
Ranging from the family to global governance and from internal politics in an international union to coalition-building at the World Social Forum, this is fascinating material." --Catherine Eschle, coauthor of Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement "This is a book that has been needed for a long time.
Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement. By C. Eschle and B. Maiguashca. Abstract. In recent years, the global justice movement has grabbed headlines and reshaped political imaginations worldwide. Surprisingly, however, feminism is largely absent from accounts of the movement—despite the fact that feminists are extensively Author: C.
Eschle and B. Maiguashca. Making feminist sense of the global justice movement. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. Google ScholarAuthor: Eva-Maria Hardtmann.
In this brand new radical analysis of globalization, Cynthia Enloe examines recent events—Bangladeshi garment factory deaths, domestic workers in the Persian Gulf, Chinese global tourists, and the UN gender politics of guns—to reveal the crucial role of women in international politics today.
With all new and updated chapters, Enloe describes how many. The theory of the book is that knowing and analyzing behavior of every day people helps make sense of superstructure power, legitimacy, and decision making.
Enloe is no optimist when it comes to how the world functions internationally/5. Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement In recent years, the global justice movement has grabbed headlines and reshaped political imaginations worldwide.
Surprisingly, however, feminism is largely absent from accounts of the movement—despite the fact that feminists are extensively involved on the : Eschle, C.
and Maiguashca, B. () Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement, Lantham, MA: Roman and Littlefield. Google Scholar Eschle, C. and Maiguashca, B. (forthcoming) ‘Reclaiming feminist futures: co-opted and progressive politics in a neoliberal age’ Political by: 5.
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Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. [On Library Reserve] Eschle, Catherine and Maiguashca, Bice. “Chapter 5: Naming the Enemy: Feminist Antiglobalization Activists Confront Oppression.” Pp. in Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement. Ten Thousand Roses: The Making of a Feminist Revolution is Judy Rebick’s attempt to provide a historical account of the second wave of the mainstream feminist movement in Canada.
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Biography Feminist theorist and writer Cynthia Enloe is internationally renowned for her work on gender and militarism and for her contributions to the field of feminist international relations.
Inshe was selected to be named on the Gender Justice Legacy Wall, installed in the International Crimes Court, The Hague. At Clark University, Professor Enloe [ ]. It is a making sense of the PKK by listening to what those active within the organisation have to say about themselves, by engaging with how they see the world and how they explain.
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