‘Feminist theory is proper knowledge, but …’: The status of feminist scholarship in the academy

@article{Pereira2012FeministTI,
  title={‘Feminist theory is proper knowledge, but …’: The status of feminist scholarship in the academy},
  author={Maria do Mar Pereira},
  journal={Feminist Theory},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={283 - 303}
}
  • Maria do Mar Pereira
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Feminist Theory
  • This article explores some of the most significant questions in feminist epistemology: how do academics demarcate what constitutes ‘proper’ academic knowledge? And to what extent is feminist theory and research recognised as such? I draw on material from an ethnographic study of academia in Portugal to examine the claims that non-feminist scholars make in classrooms and conferences about the epistemic status of feminist scholarship. I observed that feminist work was very commonly described as… CONTINUE READING
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