Black British Feminism: A Reader
Heidi Safia Mirza, Routledge
Psychology Press, 1997 - Social Science - 306 pages
Black British Feminism: A Reader is a unique collection of classic texts and new black feminist scholarship. Exploring postmodern themes of gendered and racialized exclusion, 'black' identity and social and cultural difference this volume provides an overview of black feminism in Britain as it has developed during the last two decades.
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Mapping a genealogy of Black British feminism
Asian women in Britain
Black womens lives in Britain
Challenging imperial feminism
Theories of gender and black families
Deviance or difference?
Defining our space
Misrepresenting the black superwoman
Autobiography as an identificatory
On theorizing diaspora
Fractured or flexible identities? Life histories of black diasporic
How does a Black woman do sociology?
The fabulous adventures of the mahogany princesses
Changing our place
A collective movement for social