I finally stitched it on to a piece of calico and it’s going on the jacket tomorrow :) if y’all have any suggestions for feminist slogans or images, send me them!
Angels With Dirty Faces: This is a really good intro into the lit written on gender from an international development perspective..
Baden, S. M and Goetz, A. M (1998). ‘Who needs [sex] when you can have [gender]? Conflicting Discourses on Gender at Beijing’. In C. Jackson and R. Pearson (eds.) Feminist Visions of Development: Gender Analysis and Policy. London: Routledge.
Bunch, C. and R. Carrillo, (1990), ‘Feminist Perspectives on Women and Development’, in I. Tinker (ed.), Persistent Inequalities, Pp. 70–82, NY: Oxford University Press.
Cornwall, A, Harrison, E and A Whitehead (2007) Gender myths and feminist fables: the struggle for interpretive power in gender and development. Development and Change, 38(1): 1-20.
*Kabeer, N. (1994) Reversed Realities: Gender Hierarchies in Development Thought London: Zed Books, Chapter 1 `The Emergence of Women as a Constituency in Development’.
*Mohanty, C. (1988) Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses, Feminist Review, 30: 61-88.
Molyneux, M, (1985), `Mobilisation without emancipation? Women’s interests, state and revolution in Nicaragua’ Feminist Studies 11(2): 227-254
Parpart, J., ed., (1993), ‘Who is the “Other”?: A Post-Modern Feminist Critique of Women and Development Theory and Practice’, Development and Change 24(3):439–464.
*Pearson, R. and Jackson C. (1998) `Introduction: interrogating development: feminism, gender and policy’ in Cecile Jackson and Ruth Pearson (eds.) Feminist Visions of Development: gender analysis and PolicyLondon: Routledge.
Sen, G. and C. Grown, (1987), Development, Crises and Alternative Visions: Third World Women’s Perspectives. New York, Monthly Review Press (on third world feminism).
Hill Collins P (1990), Black feminist thought: knowledge, consciousness and the politics of empowerment Routledge
thanks to OP, this is a good list of reading material for anon or anyone else interested to check out.
Anonymous asked: hmm /Ok, thanks:) What is some reading material you suggest? -im not being fresh, merely asking. where is good place to start-bookwise-?
ive been reading Modern Sexism: Balant, Subtle, and Covert discrimination by Nijole v Benokratis and Joe r Feagin. its full of statistics of marriage, domestic violence, womens’ wages over the years, and so on so fourth. its a good place to start. I will get back to you when i can think of more reading material.
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