Feminism Without Women: Culture and Criticism in a "Postfeminist" Age

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Routledge, Sep 3, 2014 - Art - 416 pages
In a series of essays scrutinizing feminist and post-structuralists positions, Tania Modleski examines "the myth of postfeminism" and its operation in popular culture, especially popular film and cultural studies. (First published in 1991.)
 

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Feminist critic Modleski, author of four titles on women and media (e.g., The Women Who Knew Too Much , Routledge, 1987), here takes on the assumptions of her "postfeminist'' contemporaries who, she ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
FEMININITY AS MASSQUERADE
SOME FUNCTIONS OF FEMINIST CRITICISM
A FATHER IS BEING BEATEN MALE
RACE GENDERANDSEXUALITY CHAPTERSEVEN CINEMA AND THEDARK CONTINENT RACE AND GENDER INPOPULAR FILM

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Tania Modleski is Professor of English at the University of Southern California. She is the author of Loving with a Vengeance and The Women Who Knew Too Much, both published by Routledge.

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