Materialist Feminism : A Reader in Class, Difference, and Women's Lives

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Materialist Feminism : A Reader in Class, Difference, and Women's Lives

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During the 1980s, capitalism triumphantly secured its global reach, anti-communist ideologies hammered home socialism's inherent failure, the New Left increasingly moved into the professional middle class--and many of feminism's earlier priorities were marginalized. "Identity politics", often formulated in terms of social reconstructionism or multiculturalism, has increasingly suppressed materialist feminism's systematic perspective, replacing it with discourse analysis or cultural politics. Materialist Feminism: A Reader argues against the retreat to multiculturalism for keeping invisible the material links among the explosion of meaning-making practices in highly industrialized social sectors, the exploitation of women's labor, and the appropriation of women's bodies that continues to undergird the scramble for profits and state power in multinational capitalism.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    xi
Introduction: Reclaiming Anticapitalist 1 (16)
Feminism
Rosemary Hennessy
Chrys Ingraham
Archive I: Women Under Capitalism: Theorizing 17 (146)
Patriarchy, Labor, Meaning
1. The Political Economy of Women's 17 (7)
Liberation (1969)
Margaret Benston
2. The Politics of Women's Liberation Today 24 (9)
(1970)
Mary Alice Waters
3. Introduction to The Power of Women and 33 (7)
the Subversion of the Community (1972)
Selma James
4. Women and the Subversion of the Community 40 (14)
(1972)
Mariarosa Dalla Costa
Selma James
5. Not for Lesbians Only (1975) 54 (5)
Charlotte Bunch
6. For a Materialist Feminism (1975) 59 (6)
Christine Delphy
7. What Is Socialist Feminism? (1976) 65 (6)
Barbara Ehrenreich
8. The Oppression of Women: A Structuralist 71 (12)
Marxist View (1978)
Martha Gimenez
9. Feminism and Materialism (1978) 83 (5)
Annette Kuhn
Ann Marie Wolpe
10. Ideology and the Cultural Production of 88 (7)
Gender (1980)
Michele Barrett
11. Socialist Feminism and the Limits of 95 (12)
Dual Systems Theory (1980)
Iris Marion Young
12. The Incompatible Menage a Trois: 107(3)
Marxism, Feminism, and Racism (1981)
Gloria Joseph
13. White Woman Listen! Black Feminism and 110(19)
the Boundaries of Sisterhood (1982)
Hazel V. Carby
14. The Hoechst Chemical Company and Boredom 129(12)
with the Economy (1982)
Frigga Haug
15. From the Woman Question to Women's 141(6)
Liberation (1983)
Lise Vogel
16. Theories of the Family (1989) 147(16)
Lindsey German
Archive II: Thinking Difference Globally: 163(112)
Race, Class, Sexuality
17. Women Working Worldwide (1986) 163(12)
Swasti Mitter
18. Colonization and Housewifization (1987) 175(11)
Maria Mies
19. The Construction of Woman in Three 186(21)
Popular Texts of Empire: Toward a Critique of
Materialist Feminism (1989)
Rosemary Hennessy
Rajeswari Mohan
20. Socialist Feminism: Our Bridge to 207(7)
Freedom (1991)
Nellie Wong
21. Marxism, Feminism, and the Struggle for 214(13)
Democracy in Latin America (1991)
Norma Chinchilla
22. Transgender Liberation: A Movement Whose 227(9)
Time Has Come (1992)
Leslie Feinberg
23. Theorizing Race, Class, and Gender: The 236(12)
New Scholarship of Black Feminist
Intellectuals and Black Women's Labor (1993)
Rose M. Brewer
24. Where's the Revolution? (1993) 248(5)
Barbara Smith
25. Touring Thailand's Sex Industry (1994) 253(6)
Lillian S. Robinson
26. Identity and the Lifestyle Market (1995) 259(16)
Nicola Field
Archive III: Ongoing Work 275(134)
27. The Heterosexual Imaginary: Feminist 275(16)
Sociology and Theories of Gender (1994)
Chrys Ingraham
28. A Materialist Feminist Reading of Jeanne 291(15)
Duval: Prostitution and Sexual Imperialism
from the Mid-Nineteenth Century to the
Present Day
Victoria P. Tillotson
29. Motherhood in Crisis: Women, Medicine, 306(22)
and State in Canada, 1900-1940
Cynthia R. Comacchio
30. A Value-Theoretic Approach to Childbirth 328(17)
and Reproductive Engineering (1994)
Kathryn Russell
31. Standing on Solid Ground: A Materialist 345(19)
Ecological Feminism
Gwyn Kirk
32. "History Is What Hurts": A Materialist 364(31)
Feminist Perspective on the Green Revolution
and Its Ecofeminist Critics
Meera Nanda
33. Feminism and the Ends of Postmodernism 395(14)
Carol A. Stabile
Bibliography 409