Table of contents for The feminist history reader / Sue Morgan [editor].

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 Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part 1 Bringing the female subject into view. 1. The trouble with patriarchy Sheila Rowbotham, Sally Alexander and Barbara Taylor 2. Feminism and history Judith M. Bennett 3. Golden age to separate spheres? A review of the categories and chronology of english women¿s history Amanda Vickery 4. Politics and culture in women¿s history. A symposium Ellen Dubois, Mari Jo Buhle, Temma Kaplan, Gerda Lerner and Carroll Smith-Rosenberg 5. Women¿s history and gender history: aspects of an international debate Gisela Bock 6. History and the challenge of gender history Penelope J. Corfield, June Purvis and Amanda Weatherill Part 2 deconstructing the female subject: feminist history and ¿the linguistic turn¿. 7. Gender: a useful category of historical analysis Joan W. Scott 8. Does sex have a history? Denise Riley 9. Gender history/women¿s history: is feminist scholarship losing its critical edge? Sonya Rose, Kathleen Canning, Anna Clark and Mariana Valverde 10. Gender as a postmodern category of paralysis Joan Hoff, Susan Kingsley Kent and Caroline Ramazanoglu 11. Postmodern blackness bell hooks 12. Contingent foundations: feminism and the question of "postmodernism" Judith Butler Part three Searching for the subject: lesbian history 13. Who hid lesbian history? Lillian Faderman 14. Does it matter if they did it? Sheila Jeffreys 15. Lesbian history: all theory and no facts or all facts and no theory? Martha Vicinus 16. Queer: theorizing politics and history Donna Penn 17. "Lesbian-like" and the social history of lesbianisms Judith M. Bennett 18. Toward a global history of same-sex sexuality Leila J. Rupp Part 4 centres of difference: decolonising subjects: rethinking boundaries. 19. Gender & race: the ampersand problem in feminist thought Elizabeth V. Spelman 20. Challenging Imperial feminism Valerie Amos and Pratibha Parmar 21. An open letter to Mary Daly Audre Lorde 22."What has happened here": the politics of difference in women¿s history and feminist politics Elsa Barkley Brown 23.Dead women tell no tales: issues of female subjectivity, subaltern agency and tradition in colonial and postcolonial writings on widow immolation in india Ania Loomba 24. Gender and nation Mrinalini Sinha 25. "Introduction" to civilising subjects Catherine Hall 26. Rethinking boundaries: feminism and (inter)nationalism in early-twentieth-century India Sanjam Ahluwalia and Antoinette Burton 27. Actions louder than words: the historical task of defining feminist consciousness in colonial west africa Cheryl Johnson-Odim 28. "Under western eyes" revisited: feminist solidarity through anticapitalist struggles Chandra Talpade Mohanty Afterword. 29. Feminism¿s history Joan W. Scott Guide to further reading.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- History.
Women -- Historiography.
Feminism -- Historiography.