Description - World, Class, Women by Robin Truth Goodman
This book addresses the new economics of schooling under regimes of global capitalism are affecting the gendering subjectivities. World, Class, Women looks at postcolonial literature and feminist novels in order to theorize how the shrinking of the public sphere, the diminishing powers of the nation-state, the waning democracy, the rise of the global corporation and the reign of corporate ideologies influences access to learning, what counts as knowledge, the socialization and reproduction of land, and subsequently, both the meaning of subjectivity and the possibilities of a radical feminism.
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Author Biography - Robin Truth Goodman
Robin Truth Goodman is an assistant professor of English at Florida State University and a Global Fellow at the International Institute of University of California at Los Angeles. Her prior books include Strange Love: Or How We Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Market (with Kenneth J. Saltman) and Infertilities: Exploring Fictions of Barren Bodies.