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The Good-Natured Feminist inaugurates a sustained conversation between ecofeminism and recent writings in feminist postmodernism and radical democracy. Published by: University of Minnesota Press.
The Good-Natured Feminist inaugurates a sustained conversation between ecofeminism and recent writings in feminist postmodernism and radical democracy
The Good Natured Feminist: Ecofeminism and the Quest for Democracy, by Catriona Sandilands analyzes ecofeminism and the recent debate that surrounds radical democracy. This book is hard to understand if one has not read books written by Lacan, Arendt, and Laclau and Mouffe. Starting with the assumption that ecofeminism is a body of democratic theory, the book tells how the movement originated in debates about "nature" in North American radical feminisms, how it then became entangled with identity politics, and how it now seeks to include nature in democratic conversation and, especially, to politicize relations between gender and nature in both theoretical and activist milieus.
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Feminism and ecological communities: an ethic of flourishing. Published: 1 July 2001.
Sandilands' first book, The Good-Natured Feminist: Ecofeminism and the Quest .
Sandilands' first book, The Good-Natured Feminist: Ecofeminism and the Quest for Democracy was published in 1999 by University of Minnesota Press. It explores identity, gender and democracy through the lens of ecofeminism and the perceived relationships between the category of "women" and nature. Sandilands invokes a multitude of contemporary feminist and political theorizations of democracy, including Donna.