Books in category Social Science – Feminism & Feminist Theory

  • A Saving Remnant

    A Saving Remnant
    Martin Duberman

    The prize-winning biographer and historian Martin Duberman brings their stories—and the story of their times—vividly and movingly to life.

  • Women On Ice

    Women On Ice
    Cynthia Baughman

    This book describes the impact of U.S. government civilization and education policies on a Native American family and its tribe from 1763 to 1995.

  • Of Divine Economy

    Of Divine Economy
    Marion Grau

    God gives Green Stamps. A look at the theological and economic meanings of redemption.

  • Feminist Thought

    Feminist Thought
    Rosemarie Tong

    Now a classic and written by a prominent, authoritative, philosopher, this authored text surveys the major schools of feminist thought.

  • Colonial Fantasies

    Colonial Fantasies
    Meyda Yegenoglu

    In this 1998 book, Meyda Yegenoglu investigates the intersection between post-colonial and feminist criticism, focusing on the Western fascination with the veiled women of the Orient.

  • Ontological Humility

    Ontological Humility
    Nancy J. Holland

    Explores ontological humility in the history of philosophy, from Descartes to contemporary gender and race theory.

  • Philosophy Feminism and Faith

    Philosophy, Feminism, and Faith
    Ruth E. Groenhout, Marya Bower

    "The stories are powerful, sometimes heart-rending, sometimes lyrical, but always deeply personal.

  • Performance Anxieties

    Performance Anxieties
    Ann Pellegrini

    Performance Anxieties looks at the on-going debates over the value of psychoanalysis for feminist theory and politics–specifically concerning the social and psychical meanings of racialization.

  • Meeting the Great Bliss Queen

    Meeting the Great Bliss Queen
    Anne C. Klein

    The ritual of the Great Bliss Queen, an important Buddhist figure of enlightenment, unifies the book, modeling practices that can help us to be both at one with ourselves and open to engagement with others.

  • Institutional Ethnography

    Institutional Ethnography
    Dorothy E. Smith

    Prominent sociologist Dorothy Smith outlines a method of inquiry that uses everyday experience as a lens to examine social relations and social organization.

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