Talking Back : Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black
By: hooks, bell.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (310 p.).ISBN: 9781317588221.Subject(s): African American women | Feminism -- United States | Feminism | hooks, bell, 1952-Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Talking Back : Thinking Feminist, Thinking BlackDDC classification: 305.48896073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; preface to the new edition; 1. introduction some opening remarks; 2. talking back; 3. "when i was a young soldier for the revolution" coming to voice; 4. feminism a transformational politic; 5. on self-recovery; 6. feminist theory a radical agenda; 7. feminist scholarship ethical issues; 8. toward a revolutionary feminist pedagogy; 9. black and female reflections on graduate school; 10. on being black at yale education as the practice of freedom; 11. keeping close to home class and education; 12. violence in intimate relationships a feminist perspective
13. feminism and militarism a comment14. pedagogy and political commitment a comment; 15. feminist politicization a comment; 16. overcoming white supremacy a comment; 17. homophobia in black communities; 18. feminist focus on men a comment; 19. "whose pussy is this"a feminist comment; 20. black women writing creating more space; 21. ain't i a woman looking back; 22. writing autobiography; 23. to gloria, who is she on using a pseudonym; 24. interview; 25. black women and feminism; bibliography
<P>In childhood, bell hooks was taught that ""talking back"" meant speaking as an equal to an authority figure and daring to disagree and/or have an opinion. In this collection of personal and theoretical essays, hooks reflects on her signature issues of racism and feminism, politics and pedagogy. Among her discoveries is that moving from silence into speech is for the oppressed, the colonized, the exploited, and those who stand and struggle side by side, a gesture of defiance that heals, making new life and new growth possible.</P>
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