Feminism and the socialist tradition … undone?

@article{Mcrobbie2004FeminismAT,
  title={Feminism and the socialist tradition … undone?},
  author={Angela Mcrobbie},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={503 - 522}
}
This article proposes that Butler's recent writing encourages understanding of an intersection of forces, specifically the undoing of feminism and the socialist tradition. This occurs as the traces or residues left behind by these now outmoded movements are seemingly taken into account, so that they are all the more repudiated and discounted. Re-regulation takes place by these means in the fields of sexuality and kinship. There is also a crisis in the politics of hegemony through processes of… Expand

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