Bringing Together Feminist Theory and Practice: A Collective Interview

@article{Hartmann1996BringingTF,
  title={Bringing Together Feminist Theory and Practice: A Collective Interview},
  author={Heidi I. Hartmann and Ellen Bravo and Charlotte Bunch and Nancy C. M. Hartsock and Roberta M. Spalter-Roth and Linda Williams and Mar{\'i}a Melina Mu{\~n}oz Blanco},
  journal={Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society},
  year={1996},
  volume={21},
  pages={917 - 951}
}
Le numero dont est issu cet article a pour objectif de montrer les liaisons qui existent entre le monde theorique (academique) des feministes et le monde pratique des activistes. Afin de debattre du sujet, une table ronde a ete organisee a Washington D.C. en novembre 1994, entre differentes feministes, universitaires et/ou activistes, representant differents secteurs d'interets. Apres avoir presente leur parcours en tant que feministe, les participantes ont apporte leurs commentaires respectifs… Expand
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