Her Voices: Hermeneutics of the Feminine
- Publish Date: 1996-07-25
- Binding: Paperback
Her Voices is a compilation of intriguing studies that explore some of the key issues and understandings that have become focal points of feminist discourse in recent times. This work examines subordination, marginalization and even the outright suppression of 'Her' voices by the linquistic, philosophical and other symbolic structures of a patriarchal and phallocratic society. Contents: Preface, Fabio B. Dasliva and Matthew Kanjirathinkal; Introduction: Her Voices: Toward a Feminist Social Theory, Fabio B. Dasilva, Matthew Kanjirathinkal and Kerry Rockquemore; Woman's Voice and the Discourse of Rape: An Analysis of Three Texts, Vasilkie Demos; No Man's Land: Definitions of 'Women Space' in Diana Rivers' Feminist Utopian Novels, Andrew James Cognard-Black; Visibility and the 'Speculum of Woman': What If He Went Back Into the Cave and Found Instead of Children, A Crone?, Mary Jeanne Larrabee; Tactile Sociality, Cynthia Willett; Queering the Phallus, Debra B. Bergoffen; Women in Dark Times: Rahel Varnhagen, Rosa Luxemburg, Hannah Arendt, and Me, Bat-Ami Bar On; Marxist Voices in Feminism, Frances Kominkiewicz; Women as Laborer and Product: A Marxist Analysis of Sexuality and Pornography in Late Capitalism, Michelle Y. Janning; Feminism and the Problem of Georges Batille, Ken Itzkowitz.