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New Woman Hybridities, Femininity, Feminism, and International Consumer Culture, 1880?1930 - MARGARET BEETHAM BEETHAM, MARGARET Ann Heilmann Heilmann, Ann
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[EAN: 9780415299831], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (296 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. Since the 1970s, the literary and cultural politics of the turn-of-the-century New Woman have received increasing academic attention. Whether she is seen as the emblem of sexual anarchy, an agent of mediation between mass market and modernist cultures, or as a symptom of the consolidation of nineteenth and early twentieth-century political liberation movements, the New Woman represents a site of cultural and socio-political contestation and acts as a marker of modernity. This book explores the diversity of meanings ascribed to the New Woman in the context of cultural debates conducted within and across a wide range of national frameworks including the UK, Canada, North America, Europe, and Japan. The key concept of hybridities is used to elucidate the national and ethnic multiplicity of the modern woman as well as to locate this figure both within international consumer culture and within feminist writing. The book is structured around four key themes. Hybridities examines the instabilities of New Woman identities and discourses in relation to both national/ethnic contexts and the textual parameters of New Woman writings. Through the (Periodical) Looking Glass is concerned with the periodical press and its production and circulation of New Woman images. Feminist Counter Cultures? interrogates feminist efforts to influence and shape this process by mimicking or subverting dominant models of representation and by establishing alternative spaces for the articulation of New Woman subjectivities. Race and the New Woman inspects white New Womens investment in hegemonic racial discourses, looking at the way in which black and non-Western women inserted liberationist discourses into the New Woman debate. This book will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers of American Studies, Womens Studies, and Womens History. Introduction Part One: Hybridities 1. Bertha Thomas: The New Women and Ango-Welsh Hybridity Kirsti Bohata 2. A Hungarian New Woman Writer and a Hybrid Autobiographical Subjact: Margit Kaffkas Lyrical Notes of a Year Nóra Séllei Part Two: Through the (Periodical) Looking Glass 3. Writing Womens History: The Sex Debates of 1889 Laurel Brake 4. The American New Women and her influence on the Daughters of the Empire of British Columbia in the Daily Press (1880-1895) Françoise Le Jeune 5. Locating the Flapper in Rural Irish Society: The Irish Provincial Press and the Modern Woman in the 1920s Louise Ryan 6. Subverting the Flapper: The Unlikely Alliance of Irish Popular and Ecclesiastical Press in the 1920s Maryann Gialanella Valiulis 7. Riding the Tiger: Ambivalent Images of the New Woman in the Popular Press of the Weimar Republic Ingrid Sharp Part Three: Communities of Women 8. Romance, Glamour and the Exotic: Feminity and Fashion in Britain in the 1900s Hilary Fawcett 9. Charged with Ambiguity: The Image of the New Women in American Cartoons Angelika Köhler 10. The day of the Girl: Nell Brinkley and the New Woman Trina Robbins 11. The Woman of the Twentieth Century: The Feminist Vision and its Reception in the Hungarian Press 1904-1914 Judit Acsády 12. The New Woman in Japan: Radicalism and Ambivalence toward Love and Sex Kazue Muta Part Four: Race and the New Woman 13. Natural Divisions/National Divisions: Whiteness and the American New Woman in the General Federation of Womens Clubs Jill Bergman 14. The Birth of National Hygiene and Efficiency: Women and Eugenics in Britain and America 1865-1915 Angelique Richardson The strength of this collection lies in its exploration of the tensions between the New Woman and modernity, tensions which the contributors demonstrate to be wide-ranging, both ideologically and geographically. - Stacy Gills, Feminist and Womens Studies Association Newsletter Utilises a wide range of sources . provides useful examples of how theories of hybridity may be employed by interdiscip

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MARGARET BEETHAM BEETHAM, MARGARET Ann Heilmann Heilmann, Ann:
New Woman Hybridities, Femininity, Feminism, and International Consumer Culture, 1880–1930 - copertina rigida, flessible

2004, ISBN: 0415299837

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[EAN: 9780415299831], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (296 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. New Woman Hybridities expores the diversity of meanings ascribed to the turn-of-the-century New Woman in the context of cutura debates conducted within and across a wide range of nationa frameworks. Individua chapters by internationa schoars scrutinize the fow of ideas, images and textua parameters of New Woman discourses in the UK, North America, Europe, and Japan, eucidating the nationa and ethnic hybridity of the 'modern woman' by ocating this figure within both internationa consumer cuture and feminist writing. Introduction Part One: Hybridities 1. Bertha Thomas: The New Women and Ango-Wesh Hybridity Kirsti Bohata 2. A Hungarian New Woman Writer and a Hybrid Autobiographica Subjact: Margit Kaffka's 'Lyrica Notes of a Year' Nóra Séei Part Two: Through the (Periodica) Looking Gass 3. Writing Women's History: 'The Sex' Debates of 1889 Laure Brake 4. The American New Women and her infuence on the Daughters of the Empire of British Coumbia in the Daiy Press (1880-1895) Françoise Le Jeune 5. Locating the Fapper in Rura Irish Society: The Irish Provincia Press and the Modern Woman in the 1920s Louise Ryan 6. Subverting the Fapper: The Unikey Aiance of Irish Popuar and Eccesiastica Press in the 1920s Maryann Giaanea Vaiuis 7. Riding the Tiger: Ambivaent Images of the New Woman in the Popuar Press of the Weimar Repubic Ingrid Sharp Part Three: Communities of Women 8. Romance, Gamour and the Exotic: Feminity and Fashion in Britain in the 1900s Hiary Fawcett 9. Charged with Ambiguity: The Image of the New Women in American Cartoons Angeika Köher 10. The day of the Gir: Ne Brinkey and the New Woman Trina Robbins 11. 'The Woman of the Twentieth Century': The Feminist Vision and its Reception in the Hungarian Press 1904-1914 Judit Acsády 12. The New Woman in Japan: Radicaism and Ambivaence toward Love and Sex Kazue Muta Part Four: Race and the New Woman 13. 'Natura' Divisions/Nationa Divisions: Whiteness and the American New Woman in the Genera Federation of Women's Cubs Ji Bergman 14. The Birth of Nationa Hygiene and Efficiency: Women and Eugenics in Britain and America 1865-1915 Angeique Richardson 'The strength of this coection ies in its exporation of the tensions between the New Woman and modernity, tensions which the contributors demonstrate to be wide-ranging, both ideoogicay and geographicay.' - Stacy Gis, Feminist and Women's Studies Association Newsetter 'Utiises a wide range of sources . provides usefu exampes of how theories of 'hybridity' may be empoyed by interdiscipinary schoars.' - Literature and History Ann Heimann is a Senior Lecturer in Engish at the University of Waes, Swansea. She is the author of New Woman Fiction (2000) and the editor of Feminist Forerunners: New Womanism and Feminism in the Eary Twentieth Century (2003). Margaret Beetham is reader in the Department of Engish at Manchester Metropoitan University. She is the author of A Magazine of Her Own: Domesticity and Desire in the Woman's Magazine1800-1914 (1996) and editor (with Kay Boardman) of Victorian Women's Magazine: An Anthoogy (2001). Her research interests are in histories of popuar print and of the domestic and in the feminist theory and pedagogy. (Hardback)

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Since the 1970s, the literary and cultural politics of the turn-of-the-century New Woman have received increasing academic attention. Whether she is seen as the emblem of sexual anarchy, an agent of mediation between mass market and modernist cultures, or as a symptom of the consolidation of nineteenth and early twentieth-century political liberation movements, the New Woman represents a site of cultural and socio-political contestation and acts as a marker of modernity. This book explores the diversity of meanings ascribed to the New Woman in the context of cultural debates conducted within and across a wide range of national frameworks including the UK, Canada, North America, Europe, and Japan. The key concept of 'hybridities' is used to elucidate the national and ethnic multiplicity of the 'modern woman' as well as to locate this figure both within international consumer culture and within feminist writing. The book is structured around four key themes. 'Hybridities' examines the instabilities of New Woman identities and discourses in relation to both national/ethnic contexts and the textual parameters of New Woman writings. 'Through the (Periodical) Looking Glass' is concerned with the periodical press and its production and circulation of New Woman images. 'Feminist Counter Cultures?' interrogates feminist efforts to influence and shape this process by mimicking or subverting dominant models of representation and by establishing alternative spaces for the articulation of New Woman subjectivities. 'Race and the New Woman' inspects white New Women's investment in hegemonic racial discourses, looking at the way in which black and non-Western women inserted liberationist discourses into the New Woman debate. This book will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers of American Studies, Women's Studies, and Women's History. Fiction Fiction eBook, Taylor and Francis

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New Woman Hybridities: Feminity, Feminism and International Consumer Culture, 1880-1930

"New Woman Hybridities" explores the diversity of meanings ascribed to the turn-of-the-century New Woman in the context of cultural debates conducted within and across a wide range of national frameworks. Individual chapters by international scholars scrutinize the flow of ideas, images and textual parameters of New Woman discourses in the UK, North America, Europe, and Japan, elucidating the national and ethnic hybridity of the 'modern woman' by locating this figure within both international consumer culture and feminist writing.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415299831
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415299837
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Anno di pubblicazione: 2004
Editore: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
279 Pagine
Peso: 0,576 kg
Lingua: eng/Englisch

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