Feminist Theory & Epistemology

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Hill Collins, P. (2006). From Black power to hip hop: Racism, nationalism, and feminism. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

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Mohanty, C. T. (2003). Feminism without borders: Decolonizing theory, practicing solidarity. Durham: Duke University Press.

Mohmood, S. (2001). Feminist theory, embodiment, and the docile agent: Some reflections on the Egyptian Islamic revival. Cultural Anthropology, 16(2), 202-236.

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Rhodes, J. (2005). Radical feminism, writing, and critical agency: From manifesto to modem. Albany: State University of New York Press.

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