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by Cathy N. Davidson,Jessamyn Hatcher

eBook No More Separate Spheres!: A Next Wave American Studies Reader (Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies) epub
  • ISBN: 0822328933
  • Author: Cathy N. Davidson,Jessamyn Hatcher
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Duke University Press Books (May 10, 2002)
  • Pages: 448 pages
  • ePUB size: 1944 kb
  • FB2 size 1759 kb
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No More Separate Spheres! challenges the limitations of thinking about American literature and culture within the narrow rubric of male public and female private spheres from the founders to the present. With provocative essays by an array of cutting-edge critics with diverse viewpoints, this collection examines the ways that the separate spheres binary has malingered unexamined in feminist criticism, American literary studies, and debates on the public sphere.

A Next Wave American Studies Reader. No More Separate Spheres challenges the limitations of thinking about American literature and culture within the narrow rubric of "male public" and "female private" spheres from the founders to the present

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Series: Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies.

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No More Separate Spheres! challenges the limitations of thinking about American . Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies. José F. Aranda, Lauren Berlant, Cathy N. Davidson, Judith Fetterley, Jessamyn Hatcher, Amy Kaplan, Dana D. Nelson, Christopher Newfield, You-me Park, Marjorie Pryse, Elizabeth Renker, Ryan Schneider, Melissa Solomon, Siobhan Somerville, Gayle Wald, Maurice Wallace. No More Separate Spheres! - eBook. Series Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies

A Next Wave American Studies Reader. Series Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies. Duke University Press Books. Published: 10th May 2002.

Subjects: History, History, American Studies, Area Studies. No More Separate Spheres: A Next Wave American Studies Reader by Cathy N. Collections: Arts & Sciences IX Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection. Davidson, Jessamyn Hatcher (pp. 127-128).

No More Separate Spheres! challenges the limitations of thinking about American literature and culture within the narrow rubric of “male public” and “female private” spheres from the founders to the present. With provocative essays by an array of cutting-edge critics with diverse viewpoints, this collection examines the ways that the separate spheres binary has malingered unexamined in feminist criticism, American literary studies, and debates on the public sphere. It exemplifies new ways of analyzing gender, breaks through old paradigms, and offers a primer on feminist thinking for the twenty-first century.Using American literary studies as a way to talk about changing categories of analysis, these essays discuss the work of such major authors as Catharine Sedgwick, Herman Melville, Pauline E. Hopkins, Frederick Douglass, Catharine Beecher, Ralph Waldo Emerson, W. E. B. Du Bois, Sarah Orne Jewett, Nathaniel Hawthorne, María Ampara Ruiz de Burton, Ann Petry, Gwendolyn Brooks, Cynthia Kadohata, Chang Rae-Lee, and Samuel Delany. No More Separate Spheres! shows scholars and students different ways that gender can be approached and incorporated into literary interpretations. Feisty and provocative, it provides a forceful analysis of the limititations of any theory of gender that applies only to women, and urges suspicion of any argument that posits “woman” as a universal or uniform category.By bringing together essays from the influential special issue of American Literature of the same name, a number of classic essays, and several new pieces commissioned for this volume, No More Separate Spheres! will be an ideal teaching tool, providing a key supplementary text in the American literature classroom.

Contributors. José F. Aranda, Lauren Berlant, Cathy N. Davidson, Judith Fetterley, Jessamyn Hatcher, Amy Kaplan, Dana D. Nelson, Christopher Newfield, You-me Park, Marjorie Pryse, Elizabeth Renker, Ryan Schneider, Melissa Solomon, Siobhan Somerville, Gayle Wald , Maurice Wallace

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