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This pioneering volume critiques the work of four eminent western feminists - Rosi Bradiotti, Judith Butler, Donna Haraway and Luce Irigaray - and explores the relationship between Indian and white western feminism. Pt. I. Indian complications. 1. Women and community identities in Indian feminisms. 2. Agency, the self and the collective in Indian feminisms -- Pt. II. White Western feminisms and identity. 3. Luce/loose connections: Luce Irigaray, sexual difference, race and nation. 4. Female trouble: Judith Butler and the destabilisation of sex/gender. 5. 'All that counts is the going': Rosi Braidotti's nomadic subject. 6. Donna Haraway's promising monsters -- Pt. III. Against purity. 7. Power, identity and impure spaces. 8. Theorising women in a postcolonial mode
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