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- Rathzel, Nora (ed.), Mulinari, Diana (ed.), Fakier, Khayaat (ed.)
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Marxist-Feminist Theories and Struggles Today
Essential writings on Intersectionality, Labour and Ecofeminism
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'This volume is a true intellectual and political treasure trove. It establishes beyond any doubt that Marxist-Feminist thought is a vital resource for the struggles ahead.' Nancy Fraser, New School for Social Research 'Engaging with ideas of Marxism and Feminism among scholars and activists, this book is a rich source of arguments to rework both and bring Marxism and Feminist back to its historical and materialist premises in these "immaterial" neoliberal times.' Radha D'Souza, University of Westminster 'This valuable collection of papers, shows that Marxist-Feminist debate is alive and well. Contributors from around the globe tackle the theoretical and strategic issues we are now facing.' Lise Vogel, author of Marxism and the Oppression of Women 'A thought-provoking set of essays showing how contemporary Marxist-Feminist theory is vitally relevant for the crucial feminist questions of today, from gender oppression to care work to facing environmental crisis. Recommended reading for all scholars engaged in thinking deeply on how to change the world.' Wendy Harcourt, Erasmus University
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Nora Rathzel is a Senior Professor in the Department of Sociology at Umea University, Sweden Diana Mulinari is a Professor in the Department of Gender Studies at Lund University, Sweden Khayaat Fakier is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Stellenbosh University, South Africa.
Introduction - Khayaat Fakier, Diana Mulinari, Nora Rathzel Part I - Conceptualising 1. Standpoint Theory - Cynthia Cockburn 2. Outside in the Funding Machine - Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 3. Contradictions in Marxist Feminism - Frigga Haug 4. Ecofeminism as (Marxist) Sociology - Ariel Salleh 5. The 'Flat Ontology' of Neoliberal Feminism - Jennifer Cotter 6. The Byzantine Eunuch: Pre-capitalist Gender Category, 'Tributary' Modal Contradiction, and a Test for Materialist Feminism - Jules Gleeson 7. Reading Marx Against the Grain: Rethinking the Exploitation of Care Work Beyond Profit-Seeking - Tine Haubner Part II - Production 8. Marx and Social Reproduction Theory: Three Different Historical Strands - Ankica Cakardic 9. The Best Thing I Have Done is to Give Birth; the Second is to Strike - Paula Mulinari 10. Women in Small Scale Fishing in South Africa: An Ecofeminist Engagement with the 'Blue Economy' - Natasha Solari and Khayaat Fakier 11. The 'crisis of care' and the neoliberal restructuring of the public sector - a feminist Polanyian analysis - Rebecca Selberg 12. Gender Regimes and Women's Labour: Volvo Factories in Sweden, Mexico, and South Africa - Nora Rathzel, Diana Mulinari , Aina Tollefsen Part III - Religions and Politics 13. Religious Resistance: A Flower on the Chain or a Tunnel towards Liberation?- Gabriele Dietrich 14. A Marxist-Feminist Perspective: From Former Yugoslavia To Turbo Fascism to Neoliberal Postmodern Fascist Europe - Marina Grzinic 15. Feminism, Antisemitism and the Question of Palestine/Israel - Nira Yuval Davis Part V - Solidarities 16. Women in Brazilian's Trade Union Movement - Patricia Vieira Tropia 17. Argentinean Feminist Movements: Debates from Praxis - Ana Isabel Gonzalez Montes 18. Marxist Feminism for a Global Women's Movement Against Capitalism - Ligaya Lindio McGovern 19. Marxist/Socialist Feminist Theory and Practice in the USA Today - Nancy Holmstrom 20. Solidarity in Troubled Times: Social Movements in the Face of Climate Change - Kathryn Russell