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Introduction to week 4

Introduction to week 4

My name is Maud Anne Bracke and I am a Reader in Modern European history at the University of Glasgow and co-Director of the Centre for Gender History. I will guide you through the final week of this course, focused on feminist politics.

Short bibliography

Kimberlé Crenshaw, ‘Demarginalising the intersections of race and sex: A Black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory, and antiracist politics’, University of Chicago Legal Forum, 1989, 1:8, pp 138-67.

Lucy Delap, Feminism: A Global History (Penguin, 2020)

Kathryn Gleadle, Zoe Thomas, eds (special issue), ‘Global Feminisms 1870-1930: Vocabularies and Concepts – a Comparative Approach, Women’s History Review, 27:7, 2018.

Karen Offen, ‘Defining Feminism: A Comparative Historical Perspective’ , Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 14:1, 1998, pp 119-57.

Bonnie G. Smith, ed. Global Feminisms since 1945 (Routledge, 2010)

Tiffany K. Wayne, ed. Feminist Writings from Ancient Times to the Modern World: A Global Sourcebook and History (2 Vols, Greenwood, 2011)

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