Publishing feminism in the feminist press movement, 1969-1994
This dissertation engages major issues of late twentieth-century feminist theory through a cultural analysis of the twenty-five year history of U.S. feminist presses and their publication of groundbreaking works and argues that the feminist press movement is vital to the development of feminism as an inclusive social movement. The opening chapter, "PressWork: The Print Evolution of Feminist Revolution," examines the initial impetus behind the establishment of the print apparatus of feminist production. Chapter Two, "Pressing Issues: Separatist Politics and the 1970s Feminist Publishing Movement," ...
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