Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-416) and index.
|Statement||Mari Jo Buhle.|
|LC Classifications||BF175.4.F45 B84 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||432 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||97032397|
With Sigmund Freud notoriously flummoxed about what women want, any encounter between psychoanalysis and feminism would seem to promise a standoff. But in this surprising history, Mari Jo Buhle reveals that the twentieth century's two great theories of liberation actually had a great deal to tell each other. Feminism and Its Discontents brings . The title of this book is clearly “Feminism and its discontents”. However, the title could have been “Feminism and its discomforts”. While the difference between “discontents” and “discomforts” sounds like a play on words, it is not, as “discontents” implies a reaction to known realities while “discomforts” accepts the realities as illusive definition.5/5(1). Mari Jo Buhle deftly illuminates how together they advanced the ambiguous and radical project of modern selfhoodJeanne Marecek, Women's Review of BooksReviews of this book: Feminism and Its Discontents sets out to unravel the wondrously complex love-hate relationships between--and within--feminism and psychoanalysis, which it sees as the two. Washington Post Book World. Feminism and Its Discontents adds a novel and welcome twist to [the Freud] conversation, the proposition that feminism was so central to Freud's Americanization that the quest for gender equality can be credited with turning psychoanalysis into what we imagine it always was: an enterprise centered on femininity and Price: $
An idea-laden work about the ongoing 20th-century dialogue in America between psychoanalysis and feminism. Buhle (American Civilization/Brown Univ.) focuses more on feminism, covering a dazzling spectrum of thinkers and polemicists, ranging from Charlotte Perkins Gilman to Barbara Ehrenreich, with admirable clarity and succinctness. Her reach in terms of American (and, in . Feminism and Its Discontents (Paperback) A Century of Struggle with Psychoanalysis. By Mary Jo Buhle. Harvard University Press, , pp. Publication Date: Novem Feminism is in control of America’s colleges and universities, where its principles at least are held as dogmas unquestioned and unopposed. Yet in what should be a paradise with those principles. With and Against: Bad Feminism and Its Discontents I have always hated Roxane Gay’s writing, though I often agree with her, sort of, inasmuch as that is possible. This is a dramatic way to start a review of one of her books -- especially because the book in question is both her most popular and among the year’s most popular -- but to begin.
Feminism and Its Discontents by Mari Jo Buhle, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7). --Lynn Segal, Radical Philosophy Reviews of this book: Feminism and Its Discontents adds a novel and welcome twist to [the Freud] conversation, the proposition that feminism was so central to Freud's Americanization that the quest for gender equality can be credited with turning psychoanalysis into what we imagine it always was: an enterprise. Feminism and Its Discontents: A Century of Struggle with Psychoanalysis | Mari Jo Buhle | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. A highly controversial intervention into the debate on postmodernism and feminism, this book looks at what happens when these modes of analysis are jointly employed to illuminate the sexual politics of Islam. As a religion, Islam has been demonized for its gender practices like no other. This book analyzes that Orientalism, with particular reference to representations of Muslim .