Engaging ideas, transforming minds
Engaging ideas, transforming minds

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Canadian Scholars’ Press,Women’s Press
190 pages
5.5 x 8.5 inches
May 1995
Print ISBN: 9780889612082


Overview

Thinking Through brings together new and recent writing by Himani Bannerji. Through anti-racist, Marxist feminism, Bannerji questions the notion of distinct/separate oppressions which understands gender, race and class as separate issues. Incisive and important, Thinking Through offers a new strategy to theorizing gender, race, class and socialist revolution.

Table of Contents

Introduction

The Passion of Naming: Identity, Difference and Politics of Class

Introducing Racism: Notes Towards an Anti-Racist Feminism

But Who Speaks for Us? Experience and Agency in Conventional Feminist Paradigms

Re: Turning the Gaze

In the Matter of "X": Building "Race" into Sexual Harassment

The Sound Barrier: Translating Ourselves in Language and Experience

Truant in Time

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