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by Chris Weedon

eBook Post-war Women's Writing in German: Feminist Critical Approaches (Culture and Society in Germany) epub
  • ISBN: 157181048X
  • Author: Chris Weedon
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (March 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1893 kb
  • FB2 size 1407 kb
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By Chris Weedon It outlines the development of women's writing in the four major German-speaking countries in the post-war period.

Post-War Women's Writing in German: Feminist Critical Approaches. Post-War Women's Writing in German: Feminist Critical Approaches. This book offers the first broad-ranging study of contemporary women's writing in German in the context of wider literary developments. It combines a number of overview chapters with more detailed readings of individual authors. It outlines the development of women's writing in the four major German-speaking countries in the post-war period. Writers are located in relation to the social position of women and developments in gender politics.

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Start by marking Post-War Women's Writing in German: Feminist Critical Approaches as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Chris Weedon is Reader in Critical and Cultural Theory at the University of Wales, Cardiff. 1571819029 (ISBN13: 9781571819024).

Postwar Women's Writing in German : Feminist Critical Approaches. Women in the Federal Republic, the former GDR, Switzerland and Austria have initiated a remarkable literary movement, especially after 1968, which is also attracting growing attention elsewhere. Informed by critical feminist and literary theory, this broad-ranging collection, the first of its kind, examines the history of these writings in the context of the social and political developments in the respective countries.

Dr Chris Weedon was born in West Germany in 1952. Postwar Women's Writing in German: Feminist Critical Approaches. Clement Cooper: Deep-People of Mixed-Race. She was educated at Southampton University and at the University of Birmingham, where she completed her PhD on 'Aspects of the Politics of Literature and Working-class Writing in Interwar Britain' in 1984. Recent books include Identity and Culture: Narratives of Difference and Belonging (2004), and Gender, Feminism and Fiction in Germany 1840-1914 (2007).

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Feminist post-structuralist discourse analysis (FPDA) is a method of discourse analysis based on Chris Weedon's theories of feminist post-structuralism, and developed as a method of analysis by Judith Baxter in 2003. FPDA is based on a combination of feminism and post-structuralism.

This chapter shows how a late Cold War post-containment culture emerged, writing back to. .Feminist campaigners were instrumental in revitalising nuclear activism in the 1980s and literature was preoccupied with issues of gender and family

This chapter shows how a late Cold War post-containment culture emerged, writing back to what’s frequently read by critics. Feminist campaigners were instrumental in revitalising nuclear activism in the 1980s and literature was preoccupied with issues of gender and family. This chapter shows how a late Cold War post-containment culture emerged, writing back to what’s frequently read by critics as the containment culture (a particular set of anxieties about home and family) of the early Cold War.

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It appeared that the ‘woman-as-victim’ approach in literature and the constant findings of these stereotypes was, in fact, ‘naturalizing women’s position’, and was having a ‘depressive’ effect in society. Thus, rather that elevating the image of women in society, this approach was degrading it. This brought about a change of ‘mood’ within feminist criticism in the 1980’s, resulting in a number of debates, disagreements and varied positions within feminist criticism

feminist phase, there was a theme of criticism of women's role in society

Others schools of thought such as gynocriticism-which is considered a 'female' perspective on women's writings-uses a historicist approach to literature by exposing exemplary female scholarship in literature and the ways in which their relation to gender structure relayed in their portrayal of both fiction and reality in their texts. In the feminist phase, there was a theme of criticism of women's role in society. Additionally, Black literary feminist scholars began to emerge, in the post-Civil Rights era of the United States, as a response to the masculine-centric narratives of Black empowerments began to gain momentum over female voices.

Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Vol. 28, Issue. Feminist International Relations: a contradiction in terms? Or: why women and gender are essential to understanding the world ‘we’ live in . International Affairs, Vol. 80, Issue.

Women in the Federal Republic, the former GDR, Switzerland and Austria have initiated a remarkable literary movement, especially after 1968, which is also attracting growing attention elsewhere. Informed by critical feminist and literary theory, this broad-ranging collection, the first of its kind, examines the history of these writings in the context of the social and political developments in the respective countries. It combines survey chapters with detailed studies of prominent authors whose work is often unavailable in English.

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