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This engaging collection of papers from the conference on "Revisioning Knowledge and the Curriculum" exemplifies the breadth and variety of women's studies as a transformative movement. There are chapters on feminist reframings of knowledge, on the movement of feminist ideas into specific disciplines, on efforts to grapple with multiple sources of difference and inequality, and on the process of teaching and institutional change. Doing Feminism provides a reflective way of celebrating over two decades of feminist teaching and research.
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Mark Anderson (born August 13, 1967) is an American journalist and author. He has written for Harper's, The Boston Globe, Wired, Science, and the Rolling Stone, and is also a regular contributor to New Scientist and Wired News.
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