Olive Schreiner Globalising Social Inquiry: A Feminist Analytics of Globalization

@article{Stanley2010OliveSG,
  title={Olive Schreiner Globalising Social Inquiry: A Feminist Analytics of Globalization},
  author={L. Stanley and Helen Dampier and A. Salter},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={656 - 679}
}
Globalization theory sees the processes of change it is concerned with as distinctively new, with a feminist analytics part of the newness of the current period too, focusing on some of the specific gender dynamics involved. However, the work of the feminist writer and social theorist Olive Schreiner (1855–1920) challenges, indeed overturns, such assumptions. Similar structural economic and political circumstances to those now called globalization were the focus of Schreiner's theorising, with… Expand

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