In this book, Nancy C. M. Hartsock offers her current thinking about the development of feminist political economy, focusing on the relationships between feminist theory and activism, feminism and Marxism, and postmodernism and feminist politics.

chapter |8 pages


part One|64 pages

Political Movements and Political Theories

part Three|82 pages

Structuralism, Poststructuralism, and Politics

chapter eight|21 pages

The Kinship Abstraction in Feminist Theory

chapter ten|22 pages

Postmodernism and Political Change

chapter eleven|22 pages

The Feminist Standpoint Revisited

chapter |5 pages