Re: [Foucault-L] women and power

There is a wierdly-titled "up against foucault: explorations of some
tensions between foucault and feminism", edited by Caroline Ramazanoglu. I
haven't read it, though its title always makes me laugh. Contributors are
not Foucauldian, for sure, but it may help for other perspectives.


On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 1:17 AM, Natalia Fior <nataliafior@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am looking for scholarship on Foucault and women and power.
> Specifically women's rights in order to theorize around the political
> divide among progressives and conservatives on the topic of a woman's
> right to choose (i.e. abortion). I'm interested in how power plays
> upon women, how women use and take power, and how women are given or
> denied power in western society.
> I am familiar with Butler's theories and several French feminists but
> would like to find other contemporary scholars working on women and
> Foucault who are not necessarily Freudian or Lacanian. Nietzschean's
> welcome.
> Natalia Fior
> nataliafior@xxxxxxx
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