This Is Not a Feminism Textbook (This Is Not a...Textbook)
Feminist scholars from around the world on key debates and concerns ranging from motherhood, home, and family to media, technology, and medicine.
This thought-provoking book is written by prominent feminist scholars from around the world. It is engaging and accessible, distilling the highest level of knowledge into fascinating but concise entries. This Is Not A Feminism Textbook offers a clear, straightforward overview of key feminist debates and concerns ranging from motherhood, home, work and family to media, technology, and medicine.
This book is a must-read for everyone who is curious about the sex/gender distinction, and the relation between gender and other aspects of identity; and it tackles plenty more questions along the way. Are smart homes really smart? Will technology save the world? What does class have to do with feminism? And what does ‘intersectionality’ actually mean?
The work of feminism to help create a more just and equal society is not yet done. This book provides a roadmap to inspire each and every reader to continue exploring, thinking about, discussing, and ‘doing’ feminism.
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About the Author
Catherine Rottenberg is Professor in the Department of Media, Communications, and Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. She works in the areas of feminist theory and feminist media studies, with a particular focus on neoliberal feminism and the politics of care.