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Table of Contents
|Feminisms and Their Contributions to Gender Equality||p. 1|
|Gender Reform Feminisms||p. 23|
|Liberal Feminism||p. 27|
|A Theory of Female Subordination||p. 29|
|*Children of the Gender Revolution||p. 38|
|Marxist Feminism||p. 51|
|Theorizing Racial and Gendered Class||p. 53|
|Gender, Race, and Citizenship||p. 61|
|Socialist Feminism||p. 74|
|Gender and Complex Inequality||p. 76|
|The Invisible Heart||p. 81|
|Transnational Feminism||p. 90|
|Under Western Eyes at the Turn of the Century||p. 95|
|*Challenges in Transnational Feminist Mobilization||p. 105|
|Gender Resistance Feminisms||p. 123|
|Radical Feminism||p. 127|
|Redstockings Manifesto||p. 130|
|*Biopiracy of Body-Based Resources||p. 134|
|Lesbian Feminism||p. 151|
|Decentering Lesbian Feminism||p. 154|
|Lipstick or Timberlands? Gender Presentation in Black Lesbian Communities||p. 158|
|Psychoanalytic and Cultural Feminism||p. 168|
|Freud and Feminism||p. 170|
|The Laugh of the Medusa||p. 176|
|Standpoint Feminism||p. 183|
|Women's Standpoint: Embodied Knowledge versus the Ruling Relations||p. 185|
|Gendered Standpoints on Nature||p. 192|
|Gender Rebellion Feminisms||p. 203|
|Social Construction Feminism||p. 207|
|*Framed Before We Know It||p. 212|
|Gender as a Social Structure||p. 220|
|Black Ferninism, Knowledge, and Power||p. 234|
|*Gloria Anzald˙a's Spiritual Activism||p. 238|
|Feminist Studies of Men||p. 253|
|Hegemonic Masculinity||p. 255|
|*Racializing the Glass Escalator||p. 264|
|Postmodern Feminism and Queer Theory||p. 284|
|Gender, Sex, and Sexual Performativity||p. 286|
|*"A Rose is a Rose"||p. 289|
|Third-Wave Feminism||p. 304|
|*What is Third-Wave Feminism?||p. 307|
|Third Wave Black Feminism?||p. 314|
|Toward a New Feminism||p. 326|
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