Starting Over: Feminism and the Politics of Cultural Critique

Starting Over Feminism and the Politics of Cultural Critique Explores the relationships among cultural criticism materialist feminist criticism and mainstream feminist workReviews one of the very best materialist feminists now writing Her essays constitute so

  • Title: Starting Over: Feminism and the Politics of Cultural Critique
  • Author: Judith Newton
  • ISBN: 9780472064823
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • Explores the relationships among cultural criticism, materialist feminist criticism, and mainstream feminist workReviews one of the very best materialist feminists now writing Her essays constitute some of the most intelligent feminist critiques of the new history published to date Mary Poovey, NYU several of the essays collected in Judith Newton s StartExplores the relationships among cultural criticism, materialist feminist criticism, and mainstream feminist workReviews one of the very best materialist feminists now writing Her essays constitute some of the most intelligent feminist critiques of the new history published to date Mary Poovey, NYU several of the essays collected in Judith Newton s Starting Over can be classed among the most influential and incisive critiques of contemporary critical practice within or beyond Victorian studies Victorian StudiesThe collection closes with a piece that tells fragments of Newton s own history I found it charming, intriguing, and provocative Her determination to inscribe the personal into her writing practice allows Newton the breadth and generosity of vision to recognize that the author of the text is never the whole story Feminist Review

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