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translating an idea into action

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But the question remains: what makes feminist praxis learning different from other internships, or "traditional service learning"?
6 Many have therefore understandably concluded that this is of much more use to feminist praxis than the abstract dogmatics of the Trinity.
Blumenthal points out that her study focuses on white, heterosexual women in the United States and tries to answer the question of whether watching soap operas is a feminist praxis.
Misciagno cites this work several times, noting that it reinforces her own argument "about de facto feminist praxis as activity that runs counter to the ideology of patriarchy, even while not directly addressing the issue of patriarchy as an ideology" (pp.
We may have failed to reflect on this history and our role but we were working out a feminist praxis nonetheless.
The first is to rethink feminist praxis and the other is to suggest provisional sites for feminist analysis.
We are thus excited to note that the articles and creative work published in this issue will resonate with students familiar and unfamiliar with feminist praxis.
The 18 new chapters discuss such matters as critical social science, endarkened transnational feminist praxis, Asian epistemologies, indigenous inquiry, and criteria for assessing interpretive validity.
com), based in Durham, North Carolina, is a specific example of how to orchestrate an intimate, profound, and living feminist praxis.
Her recuperative reading lauds many of these critically undervalued texts as valuable documents of "women's stories" which combine a form of "life-writing" as a genre and consciousness-raising as a feminist praxis.
Indeed, AFS has maintained a high profile in this area, with several special issues and numerous articles by Indigenous as well as white scholars on topics as diverse as eugenics and maternity, postcolonial identity positions, inter-racial sex, missionization, and especially--taking up Curthoys' challenge to the 'historical innocence of women'--whiteness and white feminist praxis.
ELLEN CRONAN ROSE is chair of the women's studies department at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she teaches feminist theory and feminist praxis.
Thus, I continued my feminist praxis in the supposedly more value-neutral discipline of religious studies where I quickly discovered that not all Jewish feminists, even those who study religion, are theologians.
The conversation about reproductive justice continues with a special section entitled "Activist Knowledges" that highlights the relationship among research, scholarship, and feminist praxis.
The topics include a postcolonial perspective of regional literature in Australia, negotiating postcolonial space in Janette Turner Hospital's Oyster, Andrew McGahan's The White Earth as a postcolonial novel, settler colonial biopolitics and postcolonial iterability in Kim Scott's Benang, indigenous feminist praxis and the politics of aboriginality in Alexis Wright's Plains of Promise and Melissa Lucashenko's Steam Pigs, and elaborate forgeries in Rodney Hall's The Second Bridegroom.
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