Table of contents for Feminism and the final Foucault / edited by Dianna Taylor and Karen Vintges.


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Contents
 
 Introduction: Engaging the Present
 Dianna Taylor and Karen Vintges
 Part 1: Women's Self-practices as Ethos: Historical Perspectives
 1. The Shaping of a "Beautiful" Soul: The Critical Life of Anna
 Maria van Schurman
 Jeannette Bloem
 2. E.g.: Emma Goldman, for Example
 Kathy Ferguson
 3. Exit Woolf
 Stephen M. Barber
 Part 2: Feminism as Ethos
 4. Experience and Truth-telling in a Post-humanist World: A
 Foucaultian Contribution to Feminist Ethical Reflections
 Mariana Valverde
 5. An Ethics of the Self
 Helen O'Grady
 6. Constructing Images and Figures of Witnessing: Feminist
 Adoptions of the Technology of the Self
 Sylvia Pritsch
 7. Practicing Practicing
 Ladelle McWhorter
 8. Foucault's Pleasures: Desexualizing Queer Politics
 Jana Sawicki
 9. Bodies and Power Revisited
 Judith Butler
 Part 3: Feminist Ethos as Politics
 10. Feminist Identity Politics: Transforming the Political
 Susan Hekman
 11. Foucault and Feminism: Power, Resistance, Freedom
 Margaret A. McLaren
 12. Foucault, Feminism, and the Self: The Politics of Personal
 Transformation
 Amy Allen
 13. Foucault's Ethos: Guide(post) for Change
 Dianna Taylor
 14. Endorsing Practices of Freedom: Feminism in a Global
 Perspective
 Karen Vintges
 Contributors
 Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Feminist theory, Foucault, Michel Contributions in feminist theory, Feminist ethics, Self, Power (Social sciences)Postmodernism Social aspects