South African Feminisms

South African Feminisms : Writing, Theory, and Criticism,L990-L994

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  • Paperback | 395 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 20.57mm | 476g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138864218
  • 9781138864214

Table of contents

Introduction - 1994, M. J. Daymond * Preface - 1990, M. J. Daymond * Feminisms and Writing in English in South Africa, Cecily Lockett * Who Theorizes?, Sisi Maqagi * The Future of South African Feminism, Pamela Ryan * Writing Feminism/Theoretical Inscriptions in South Africa, Jenny de Reuck * To Hear the Variety of Discourses, Zoe Wicomb * The Authority of Experience or the Tyranny of Discourse: An Inescapable Impasse?, David Schalkwyk * French Feminism in a South African Frame?: Gayatri Spivak and the Problem of 'Representation' in South African Feminism, Jill Arnott * The Politics of Feminism in South Africa, Desiree Lewis * Workshop on Black Women's Writing and Reading, Boitumelo Mofokeng, Thandi Moses, Sanna Naidoo, Lebohang, Sikwe, Veni Soobrayan and Nomhle Tokwe with M. J. Daymond and Margaret Lenta * The Space Between Frames: A New Discursive Practice in Ellen Kuzwayo's Call Me Woman, Judith Lÿtge Coullie * Nazarite Women, Ritual Performance, and the Construction of Cultural Truth and Power, Carol Muller * The Art of the Possible: Lady Anne Barnard's 'Cape' Writings and Their Survival, Margaret Lenta * Pauline Smith and the Crisis of Daughterhood, Dorothy Driver * Metonymies of Colonialism in Four Handsome Negresses by Ethelreda Lewis, Wendy Woodward * Inventing Gendered Traditions: The Short Stories of Bessie Head and Miriam Tlali, M. J. Daymond * Ruth Miller: Father's Law or Mother's Lore?, Joan Meterlerkamp * A Poet's Commitment: Antjie Krog's Lady Anne, P. P. van der Merwe * Gordimer's Leap into the 90s: Gender and Politics in Jump and Other Stories, Karen Lazar * A Correspondence Without Theory: Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions, Brenda Bosman * Now is the Time for Feminist Criticism: Re-viewing Asinamali!, Carol Steinberg * The South African Literary Establishment and the Textual Production of 'Woman': J M Coetzee and Lewis Nkosi, Josephine Doddshow more