Knowledge, Difference, and Power: Essays Inspired by Women's Ways of of Knowing

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When WOMEN'S WAYS OF KNOWING appeared in 1986, it was embraced by a cult following as an intellectual and political OUR BODIES, OURSELVES. The theory the book outlined has had significant impact on debates about learning and gender. Now the original authors and invited contributors explore how the theory has been received--and expand the argument to address the complicated factors of race, class, and culture.

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