Traveling from Feminism to Mainstream Sociology and Back: One Woman's Tale of Tenure and the Politics of Backlash

@article{Pierce2003TravelingFF,
  title={Traveling from Feminism to Mainstream Sociology and Back: One Woman's Tale of Tenure and the Politics of Backlash},
  author={J. Pierce},
  journal={Qualitative Sociology},
  year={2003},
  volume={26},
  pages={369-396}
}
  • J. Pierce
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Qualitative Sociology
Within disciplines, the 1980s were an especially heady intellectual time for feminist graduate students. Not only did second wave scholarship prove to be inspirational for dissertation projects, but new books and articles published by women of color, lesbian feminists, postcolonial theorists and poststructuralists posed serious challenges to the ethnocentric assumptions of white, middle-class and Western feminism. Yet, despite over a decade of social movement activism and the creation of… Expand
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