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By Aida Hurtado (introduced by)

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9781879960855 | 4th edition (Aunt Lute Books, June 12, 2012), cover price $22.95

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This groundbreaking and important book explores how women of different ethnic/racial groups conceive of feminism. Aída Hurtado advances the theory of relational privilege to explain those differing conceptions. Previous theories about feminism have predominantly emphasized the lives and experiences of middle-class white women. Aída Hurtado argues that the different responses to feminism by women of color are not so much the result of personality or cultural differences between white women and women of color, but of their differing relationship to white men. For Hurtado, subordination and privilege must be conceived as relational in nature, and gender subordination and political solidarity must be examined in the framework of culture and socioeconomic context. Hurtado's analysis of gender oppression is written from an interdisciplinary, multicultural standpoint and is enriched by selections from poems by Sandra Cisneros, Gloria Anzaldúa, Lorna Dee Cervantes, and Elba Sanchez, and from plays by El Teatro Campesino, the United Farm Workers theater group. A final chapter proposes that progressive scholarship, and especially feminist scholarship, must have at its core a reflexive theory of gender oppression that allows writers to simultaneously document oppression while taking into account the writer's own privilege, to analyze the observed as well as the observer. Aída Hurtado is Associate Professor of Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz. (view table of contents)

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9780472095315 | Univ of Michigan Pr, December 1, 1996, cover price $60.00

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9780472065318 | Univ of Michigan Pr, November 1, 1996, cover price $20.95 | About this edition: This groundbreaking and important book explores how women of different ethnic/racial groups conceive of feminism.

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By Edward Fergus (editor), Aida Hurtado (editor) and Pedro Noguera (editor)

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9780415877787 | Routledge, August 29, 2011, cover price $160.00

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9780415877794 | Routledge, August 29, 2011, cover price $59.95

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Chicana voices are missing from the psychology of women. Though “Chicana feminisms” have only recently been enumerated, a feminist perspective has long existed in Chicano communities without ever having been explicitly named. Grounded in specific aspects of Chicano culture such as the contested role of La Malinche and the complexities of Marianismo, the distinguishing feature of Chicana feminisms has been their embrace of diversity. Chicanas readily acribe to many feminisms and do not expect there to be only one.Focusing on young women between the ages of 20 and 30, Chicanas Speak Feminisms explores the relationship between Chicana feminism and the lived experiences of Chicanas. What do they see as their day-to-day manifestation of feminist consciousness? What is the relationship between what Chicana feminists propose and their lived experiences as women and as members of other significant social groups? Including rich ethnographic testimony based on questionnaires, in-depth interviews, and shadowing, Hurtado allows the women to speak in their own terms about how they see their femininity, sexuality, gender identity, ethnic/racial identity, and ties to other feminisms and political struggles. (view table of contents)

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9780814735732 | New York Univ Pr, January 1, 2003, cover price $85.00

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9780814735749 | New York Univ Pr, January 1, 2003, cover price $27.00 | About this edition: Chicana voices are missing from the psychology of women.

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