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Third Wave Feminism: A Critical Exploration Paperback – 17 Apr 2007
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'This expanded second edition of 'Third Wave Feminism' is an unexpected pleasure. While much work on 'the third wave' is ahistorical, nationally-bounded and analytically bankrupt, here the editors bring together an impressive range of articles living up to the volume's subtitle of 'critical exploration'. The anthology provides a historically and conceptually grounded background to the area, highlights the limits as well as possibilities of generational approaches, and constitutes a politically diverse, international set of reflections on the terrain. Essential reading.' - Clare Hemmings, Gender Institute, London School of Economics
'This is an excellent and important book that left me, as Imelda Whelehan puts it at the end of her foreword, "once again caring that I am a feminist, whatever the era.'' - Alice Ridout, Contemporary Women's Writing
About the Author
STACY GILLIS is Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Newcastle. She has published widely on third wave feminism, (post)feminism, cyberpunk and cybertheory, and popular fiction. The editor of The Matrix Trilogy: Cyberpunk Reloaded (2005), she and Rebecca Munford are the authors of Feminism and Popular Culture: Explorations in Post-feminism (2008). Forthcoming work includes The Edinburgh Critical Guide to Crime Fiction (2008) and a collection on the cultural afterlife of the First World War.
GILLIAN HOWIE is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Liverpool and Director of the Institute for Feminist Theory and Research. She is the author of Deleuze and Spinoza: Aura of Expressionism (2002), the editor of Women: A Cultural Review's special issue on Gender and Philosophy (2003), and co-editor of Gender, Teaching and Research in Higher Education (2001), part of the IFTR conference series.
REBECCA MUNFORD is Lecturer in English Literature at Cardiff University. She is the co-author of Feminism and Popular Culture: Explorations in Post-feminism (2008) with Stacy Gillis, and the editor of Re-visiting Angela Carter: Texts, Contexts, Intertexts (2006). She has published essays on Angela Carter, the cross-channel Gothic, Daphne du Maurier and third wave feminism. Forthcoming work includes Decadent Daughters and Monstrous Mothers: Angela Carter and the European Gothic (2008).
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