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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan: 2003 edition (18 Jan. 2003)
By: Roger Célestin (Author)
What's new in French feminism at the beginning of the 21st century? How did France, within a decade, change from one of the most backward European societies in terms of women's representation in the political sphere, into one of the most progressive in this area? What are French and Francophone women up to in the arts and literature? The essays in this volume, written by the most prominent personalities in the field, examine some of the new issues that have arisen in French society in the past twenty years. In general, these essays reflect the shift from the literary and psychoanalytic approaches that characterized French feminism twenty years ago, to the more social and political questions of today. Some of the topics include the 'parity' and 'PACS' debates, the France-USA exchanges, the issue of 'multiculturalism,' the new historical approaches, and the most recent trends in literature and film by women, among others.
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