Disciplining Feminism: From Social Activism to Academic Discourse

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Abstract

**Reviewed in: "Hot Type" column, Chronicle of Higher Education, 8 February 2002, A17; Association for Integrative Studies Newsletter, 24 (March 2002): 1, 2, 6; Times Literary Supplement (London), 24 May 2002, 11; H-Women@h-net.msu.edu, June 2002; The Women's Review of Books, 19 (September 2002): 15-16; Women's Studies Quarterly 3-4 (Fall-Winter 2002): 315-318; Contemporary Sociology 31 (2002): 749-750; Iris (2002): 66-68; The Public Eye, Spring 2003, 18-20; American Journal of Sociology 109 (July 2003): 264-265; Multidiversity, Fall 2003, 10-11; Left History 9.1 (Fall Winter 2003-04); Feminist Collections 24 (Winter 2003): 14-19; Cultural Critique 53 (Winter 2003): 144-48; Journal of Higher Education 74 (November-December 2003): 715-19; International Feminist Journal of Politics (UK) 7.1 (2005): 162-163; Minnesota Review (Summer 2005); and Signs 31 (Winter 2006): 569-75. **"Colloquy with Ellen Messer-Davidow on Disciplining Feminism, Panel of 9 speakers at American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Houston TX, November 2002. **Book signing sponsored by Duke University Press, American Studies Association Annual Meeting, 15 November 2002.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDurham
PublisherDuke University Press
StatePublished - 2002

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