Gender Media And Modernity In The Asia Pacific

Author: Catherine Driscoll
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317688333
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This collection of essays began from a symposium on 'Gender and Modernity in
the Asia-Pacific' hosted by the Gender and Modernity Research Group at the
University of Sydney.1 Our aim for that symposium was to bring together in
Australia researchers working on issues in and around the Asia-Pacific region in
Cultural Studies, and related fields, in order to think about how the intersection of
the terms gender and modernity might provide a shared basis for exploring
relations ...

Gender And Modernity In Central Europe

Author: Agata Schwartz
Publisher: University of Ottawa Press
ISBN: 077660726X
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With a truly interdisciplinary approach ù drawing on the fields of women's studies, gender studies, sociology, history, literature, art, and psychoanalysis ùthat touches on gender roles, sexual identities, misogyny, painting, writing, ...

Anglomodern

Author: Janet Wolff
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801487422
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Benjamin, Simmel, and the Gender of Modernity Perhaps it seems odd to embark
on an exploration of "the feminine" in modern art. After all, the term has operated
consistently as a strategy for the segregation and denigration of women's work.
Tamar Garb has shown how the concept of "I'art feminin" was used in late-
nineteenth-century France both by critics of women's art and by women artists
themselves in their negotiation of the contradictions of the prevailing discourse of
separate ...

Gender In Modernism

Author: Bonnie Kime Scott
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252074181
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The Gender of Modernism, with its twenty-six chapters on individual, mostly
female, modernist writers, can now be seen as one of the founding resources of
the new age for modernist studies. The organization of its chapters by author
betrays how important the challenge to the canon and recuperative work were,
among various goals set in 1990. Once assembled, however, a rich set of
connections and common concerns among the selected authors became obvious
. An illustration ...

The Adulteress On The Spanish Stage

Author: Tracie Amend
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786496924
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The adulteress embodied the fear of rebellious women, the growing pains of modernity and the political instability of war and invasion. This book examines the conflicted portrayal of women and the Spanish national identity.

Artistic Outlaws

Author: Sonja Samberger
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 9783825886165
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They were probably strongest for white middle-class women, who profited most
from their slowly increasing political, social, economical and sexual liberation. A
long-awaited political change was women's right to vote. The suffragette
movement had been going on for some time, and in England, women over 30
were finally granted the right to vote in 1918. In the United States, 60 Felski, The
Gender of Modernity, 16. Cf. e.g. Christine Battersby, Gender and Genius:
Towards a Feminist ...

Women And The Colonial State

Author: Elsbeth Locher-Scholten
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9789053564035
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Woman and the Colonial State deals with the ambiguous relationship between women of both the European and the Indonesian population and the colonial state in the former Netherlands Indies in the first half of the twentieth century.

Women In The Metropolis

Author: Katharina von Ankum
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520917606
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Bringing together the work of scholars in many disciplines, Women in the Metropolis provides a comprehensive introduction to women's experience of modernism and urbanization in Weimar Germany.