Series: Oxford Readings in Feminism

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Contemporary French Feminism by Kelly Oliver
Feminism and 'Race' by Kum-Kum Bhavnani
Feminism and Cultural Studies by Morag Shiach
Feminism and Film by E. Ann Kaplan
Feminism and History by Joan Wallach Scott
Feminism and History of Philosophy by Genevieve Lloyd
Feminism and Masculinities by Peter F. Murphy
Feminism and Pornography by Drucilla Cornell
Feminism and Renaissance Studies by Lorna Hutson
Feminism and Science by Evelyn Fox Keller
Feminism and the Body by Londa Schiebinger
Feminism and Theology by Janet Martin Soskice
Feminism, the Public, and the Private by Joan B. Landes
Feminism and Politics by Anne Phillips1998

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