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Listen Up Voices from the Next Feminist Generation by Barbara Findlen

Listen Up Voices from the Next Feminist Generation


Listen Up Voices from the Next Feminist Generation by Barbara Findlen

In this new, expanded edition of the acclaimed collection, writers and activists such as Rebecca Walker, Nomy Lamm, and Inga Muscio are joined by Lisa Miya-Jervis, publisher of Bitch Alison Crews, editor of Girl-Mom and Daisy Hernandez of Ms. Together, they cover a wide range of topics, from blending careers and feminist politics to the intersection of traditional culture and third-wave sensibilities.

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Publication date

21st August 2001


Barbara Findlen

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Seal Press


328 pages


Feminism & feminist theory



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