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Reclaiming Feminism

Reclaiming Feminism

Challenging Everyday Misogyny
Myriam E. David, Reclaiming Feminism. Challenging Everyday Misogyny, Bristol, Policy Press, 2016, 256 p., ISBN : 978-1447328209.
Notice publiée le 05 janvier 2017

Présentation de l'éditeur

Since second-wave feminism of the 1970s, women's rights and opportunities in education and employment have increased across the globe, but has equality, whether social, political or legal, really been achieved?

In this fascinating book, Miriam E. David, a well-known and influential feminist in higher education, celebrates the achievements of international feminists as activists and scholars. She provides a critique of the expansion of global higher education masking their pioneering zeal and zest for knowledge.

Looking at the changing zeitgeist, David contends that feminism has yet to have an enduring influence, despite how generations of women have felt empowered. She illustrates the power of patriarchal social relations and how everyday sexism or misogyny is keenly felt.

This impassioned book asks whether a feminist-friendly future is possible, or indeed, desirable.

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Myriam E. David

Professor Miriam E. David has an international reputation for her research on gender, families, social diversity and inequalities in education, including higher education. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) and the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS). In 2009 was awarded an honorary doctorate of education by the University of Bedfordshire and in 2015 received a lifetime achievement award by the Gender and Education Association. She was a founder trustee of the British Shalom Salaam Trust, is Chair of the Trustees of the Women's Therapy Centre and involved with the Feminist Library’s archiving of materials and campaigns for women today. - See more at:

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