Women s International Thought Towards a New Canon

This first anthology of women's international thought explores how women transformed the practice of international relations, from the early to mid-twentieth century.

Author: Patricia Owens

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108999762

Category: Political Science

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"All scholarship is a collective endeavour, but this book, and the context in which it was completed, has taught us more about the necessities of collective intellectual work, and its material and emotional conditions, than we would have liked. The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown came to our cities just as we completed the first draft of the book, but with a lot more work to do. Even before the coronavirus, we were conscious of the extent to which intellectual labour depends on other forms of labour, often unacknowledged and provided by others"--

Women s International Thought A New History

Bringing together some of the foremost historians and scholars of international relations working today, this book recovers and analyses the path-breaking work of eighteen leading thinkers of international politics from the early to mid ...

Author: Patricia Owens

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108796873

Category: Political Science

Page: 360

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Women's International Thought: A New History is the first cross-disciplinary history of women's international thought. Bringing together some of the foremost historians and scholars of international relations working today, this book recovers and analyses the path-breaking work of eighteen leading thinkers of international politics from the early to mid-twentieth century. Recovering and analyzing this important work, the essays offer revisionist accounts of IR's intellectual and disciplinary history and expand the locations, genres, and practices of international thinking. Systematically structured, and focusing in particular on Black diasporic, Anglo-American, and European historical women, it does more than 'add women' to the existing intellectual and disciplinary histories from which they were erased. Instead, it raises fundamental questions about which kinds of subjects and what kind of thinking constitutes international thought, opening new vistas to scholars and students of international history and theory, intellectual history and women's and gender studies.

Women s International Thought A New History

Introduction: Toward a History of Women's International Thought Patricia Owens ... WomenVs International Thought: Towards a New Canon (Cambridge University ...

Author: Patricia Owens

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108494692

Category: History

Page: 360

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The first cross-disciplinary history of women's international thought, analysing leading international thinkers of the twentieth century.

Routledge Handbook of Historical International Relations

(2020) Women and International Thought: A New History. ... From Canon to History: An Anthology of Women's International Thought.

Author: Benjamin de Carvalho

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351168959

Category: Political Science

Page: 622

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This handbook presents a comprehensive, concise and accessible overview of the field of Historical International Relations (HIR). It summarizes and synthesizes existing contributions to the field while presenting central themes, approaches and methodologies that have driven the development of HIR, providing the reader with a sense of the diversity and research dynamics that are at the heart of this field of study. The wide range of topics covered are grouped under the following headings: Traditions: Demonstrates the wide variety of approaches to HIR. Thinking International Relations Historically: Different ways of thinking IR historically share some common concerns and areas for further investigation. Actors, Processes and Institutions: Explores the processes, actors, practices, and institutions that constitute the core objects of study of many HIR scholars. Situating Historical International Relations: Critically reflects about the situatedness of our objects of study. Approaches: Examines how HIR scholars conduct and reflect about their research, often in dialogue with a variety of perspectives from cognate disciplines. Summarizing key contributions and trends while also sketching out challenges for future inquiry, this is an invaluable resource for students, academics and researchers from a range of disciplines, particularly International Relations, global history, political science, history, sociology, anthropology, peace studies, diplomatic studies, security studies, international political thought, political geography, international law.

The Canon of American Legal Thought

The substantive principle governing the authentic politics of women's personal lives ... See Karl Marx, The Poverty of Philosophy (New York: International ...

Author: David Kennedy

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691186421

Category: Law

Page: 925

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This anthology presents, for the first time, full texts of the twenty most important works of American legal thought since 1890. Drawing on a course the editors teach at Harvard Law School, the book traces the rise and evolution of a distinctly American form of legal reasoning. These are the articles that have made these authors--from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., to Ronald Coase, from Ronald Dworkin to Catherine MacKinnon--among the most recognized names in American legal history. These authors proposed answers to the classic question: "What does it mean to think like a lawyer--an American lawyer?" Their answers differed, but taken together they form a powerful brief for the existence of a distinct and powerful style of reasoning--and of rulership. The legal mind is as often critical as constructive, however, and these texts form a canon of critical thinking, a toolbox for resisting and unravelling the arguments of the best legal minds. Each article is preceded by a short introduction highlighting the article's main ideas and situating it in the context of its author's broader intellectual projects, the scholarly debates of his or her time, and the reception the article received. Law students and their teachers will benefit from seeing these classic writings, in full, in the context of their original development. For lawyers, the collection will take them back to their best days in law school. All readers will be struck by the richness, the subtlety, and the sophistication with which so many of what have become the clichés of everyday legal argument were originally formulated.

International Journal of Buddhist Thought Culture

References Coleman , J. 2001 The New Buddhism : The Western Transformation
of an Ancient Tradition . ... Transitions in Attitudes to Women in the Buddhist
Canon : The Three Obligations , the Five Obstructions , and the Eight Rules of
Reverence , ” Trans ... Paul , D. 1981 “ Buddhist Attitudes towards Women's
Bodies .

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Canon Fodder

New York: Basic Books. Ruddick, Sara. 1980. “Maternal Thinking.” Feminist Studies 6: 342–67. ———. 1986. “Maternal Thinking.” In Women and Values: Readings ...

Author: Penny A. Weiss

Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0271076410

Category: Political Science

Page: 232

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This book is an exercise in the recovery of historical memory about a set of thinkers who have been forgotten or purposely ignored and, as a result, never made it into the canon of Western political philosophy. Penny Weiss calls them “canon fodder,” recalling the fate of soldiers in war who are treated by their governments and military leaders as expendable. Despite some real progress at recovery over the past few decades, and the now-frequent references to a few female thinkers like Mary Wollstonecraft, Hannah Arendt, and Simone de Beauvoir, the surface has only been scratched, and the rich resources of women’s writings about political ideas remain still largely untapped. Included here, and intended to further whet the palate, are figures from Sei Shōnagon, Christine de Pizan, and Mary Astell to Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Anna Julia Cooper, and Emma Goldman. Restoring female thinkers to the conversation of political philosophy is the primary goal of this book. Part I deploys a range of these thinkers to discuss the nature of political inquiry itself. Part II focuses on alternative approaches to and visions of core political ideas: equality, power, revolution, childhood, and community. While mainly an intellectual act of revival, this book also affects practical political life, because “remote and academic as they sometimes appear, debates about what to include in the canon ultimately touch almost everyone: students handed texts from lists of ‘great books’ to guide them . . . and citizens whose governments justify their actions with ideas from political texts deemed classic."


Women s International Network News

Dr . Ruth Hubbard , professor of Biology at Harvard University , scheduled a
seminar on " Biology and Women ' s ... Which works have become part of the "
canon " of literature , read , thought about , discussed , and which have ... That
class has written the record called literary history , which is clearly shaped by the
attitudes , conscious or unconscious , of white men toward nonwhites and
nonmales .

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Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law Toronto 21 25 August 1972

In England , the common law system resisted the attempts of the canon courts to
enhance the woman's legal status . ... made at all , and they both seem to indicate
that social goals may have played a larger role in the formulation of canon law
than we have hitherto thought . ... 304 ( G. Woodbine ed . , New Haven , Conn .

Author: Stephan Kuttner

Publisher: Città del Vaticano : Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana

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Category: Canon law

Page: 541

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Unraveling and Reweaving Sacred Canon in Africana Womanhood

Patricia Hill Collins identifies agency and critical thought in black women's pursuit of well-being as an element of the black women's standpoint.

Author: Rosetta E. Ross

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 1498518222

Category: Social Science

Page: 232

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Unraveling and Reweaving Sacred Canon in Africana Womanhood, a pioneering collection of essays by continental and diasporan African women, emerges from conversations about black female wellbeing and religious ideas in oral, written, and embodied forms. Through essays that affirm words and practices that enhance women’s lives, contributors challenge traditional conceptions of sacred texts to untangle beneficial statements and uses of religious ideas from harmful patterns of employing religion and religious texts to diminish, disempower, and subjugate women and girls.

The Neglected Canon Nine Women Philosophers

... as the Great Chain of Being is yielding new awareness of the complexity of her thought. ... The New York Times International, December 15, 1995.

Author: T. Dykeman

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401734003

Category: Philosophy

Page: 366

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When down from the moon stepped the goddess of the night, she bid Minerva/Athene come to her. "Minerva/Athene," she said, "you sprang fully formed from the head of your father. Now all the daughters of mankind think they, too, are as rootless as you. Tonight I bid you dance, join the circle round 1 that tree glistening with the clarity of wisdom. Mother Natura and Lady Philosophia, hands together, already have begun the promenade of myth and allegory. " Still in the garb of gold and white stone, Minerva/ Athene did as she was bid and danced till dawn. Then in new light, she found herself suddenly a budding flower on a tall branch, and even more swiftly a crystalline fruit, rivaling the morning sun, refracting the light. Behold, she had grown roots, difficult to discover down in the dark of history, deep in the solid knowledge of earth. And the daughters of humankind saw and reveled in their roots. This is the story of this book, a history, long and diverse, of women thinkers and their thought. It will become a legacy for all who study it, a legacy that Heloi"se, Marie de Gournay, Sor Juana Ines de Ia Cruz, and Judith Sargent Murray among many women philosophers assured by composing lists of the names of women little acknowledged century after century. While the Hannah Arendt's, Susanne K.

Expanding the Canon of Early Modern Women s Writing

Degree from The World Culture Academy and The International Michael ... Her most recent books are A History of Women's Political Thought in Europe, ...

Author: Paul Salzman

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1443823627

Category: Literary Criticism

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This exciting collection of original essays on early modern women’s writing offers a range of approaches to a growing field. As a whole, the volume introduces readers to a number of writers, such as Mirabai and Liu Rushi, who are virtually invisible in Anglophone scholarship, and to writers who remain little known, such as Elizabeth Melville, Elizabeth Hatton, and Jane Sharpe. The volume also represents critical strategies designed to open up the emergent canon of early modern women’s writing to new approaches, especially those that have consolidated the integration of literary and intellectual history, with an emphasis on religion, legal issues, and questions of genre. The authors expand the methodological possibilities available to approach early modern women who wrote in a diverse number of genres, from letters to poetry, autobiography and prose fiction. The sixteen essays are a major contribution to an area that has attracted the interest of a number of fields, including literary studies, history, cultural studies, and women’s studies.

The Wives of Western Philosophy

6 (September 1, 2017): 672–94. Gugelberger, Georg M. “Decolonizing the Canon: Considerations of Third World Literature.” New Literary History 22, no.

Author: Jennifer Forestal

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000283402

Category: Political Science

Page: 204

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The Wives of Western Philosophy examines the lives and experiences of the wives and women associated with nine distinct political thinkers—from Socrates to Marx—in order to explore the gendered patterns of intellectual labor that permeate the foundations of Western political thought. Organized chronologically and representative of three eras in the history of political thought (Ancient, Early Modern, and Modern), nine critical biographical chapters explore the everyday acts of intellectual labor and partnership involving these "wives of the canon." Taking seriously their narratives as intimate partners reveals that wives have labored in remarkable ways throughout the history of political thought. In some cases, their labors mark the conceptual boundaries of political life; in others, they serve as uncredited resources for the production of political ideas. In all instances, however, these wives and intimates are pushed to the margins of the history of political thought. The Wives of Western Philosophy brings these women to the center of scholarly interest. In so doing, it provides new insights into the intellectual biographies of some of the most famed men in political theory while also raising important questions about the gendered politics of intellectual labor which shape our receptions of canonical texts and thinkers, and which sustain the academy even today.

Canon Controversies in Political Thought

... N 'The Canon and Comparative Political Thought,' Journal of International ... Beyond Their Sex: Learned Women of the European Past (New York: New York ...

Author: Dominic Welburn

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030413616

Category: Political Science

Page: 136

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This book explores the meaning of 'influence', which has played a central role in the formation of the canon, or tradition, of Western political thought. Via a critical overview of the relative fortunes of influence studies in the history of political thought, literary theory, and – at times – the history of art and poetry, it is possible to identify a dominant theory of the term. Nietzschean and ‘emanational’ in nature, thanks largely to the work of Harold Bloom, this particular theory views influence as mere power and represents a broadly accepted meaning in twentieth century thought. Canons or traditions of thought came to be institutions in themselves reflecting prevalent social and political inequalities. To be sure, a theory of influence as power came to be seen as complicit in arbitrary canon formation, across a range of disciplines. The book argues, ultimately, that a second theory of influence, imported from Mary Orr’s work on intertextuality, affords a rival perspective and a more positive, intergenerational meaning of influence. Orr’s ‘braided rope’ theory of influence allows for the development of a plurality of canons each capable of constructing new histories for a variety of epistemic communities. The existence of agonistic, rival canons presents pedagogical questions for all teachers of political theory, but one that can be potentially navigated by a new understanding of influence, in the Orrian tradition.

New Books on Women and Feminism

In the Summer 2004 issue : dozens of book reviews , including one of Women in
a World at War : Seven Dispatches from the Front and one of When Your Voice
Tastes Like Home : Immigrant Women Write ; “ Thoughts on Women Writers , " an
address Wells gave in October 2003 the ... the Classics " ; and a readers ' poll on
whether or not women writers have become well - represented in the canon .

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The New Jewish Canon

In 1981, when Greenberg published On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition, ... coorganized the first International Conference on Feminism and Orthodoxy, ...

Author: Yehuda Kurtzer

Publisher: Academic Studies PRess

ISBN: 1644694700

Category: Religion

Page: 492

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The late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries have been a period of mass production and proliferation of Jewish ideas, and have witnessed major changes in Jewish life and stimulated major debates. The New Jewish Canon offers a conceptual roadmap to make sense of such rapid change. With over eighty excerpts from key primary source texts and insightful corresponding essays by leading scholars, on topics of history and memory, Jewish politics and the public square, religion and religiosity, and identities and communities, The New Jewish Canon promises to start conversations from the seminar room to the dinner table. The New Jewish Canon is both text and textbook of the Jewish intellectual and communal zeitgeist for the contemporary period and the recent past, canonizing our most important ideas and debates of the past two generations; and just as importantly, stimulating debate and scholarship about what is yet to come.

Decolonizing the University Practicing Pluriversity Proceedings of the International Conference on Quelles universit s et quels universalismes demain en Europe un dialogue avec les Am riques Which University and Universalism for Europe Tomorrow A Dialogue with the Americas Organized by the Institute des Hautes d Etudes de l Amerique Latine IHEAL with the support of the Universit de Cergy Pontoise and the Maison des Science de l Homme MSH Paris June 10 11 2010

Christian gender/sexual hierarchy of the world-system—that is, ... The Westernized university is organized around a canon of thought that is both Western ...

Author: Mohammad H. Tamdgidi

Publisher: Ahead Publishing House (imprint: Okcir Press)

ISBN: 1888024445

Category: Political Science

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This Winter 2012 (X, 1) issue of Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge entitled “Decolonizing the University: Practicing Pluriversity” includes papers that were presented at the international conference entitled “Quelles universités et quels universalismes demain en Europe? un dialogue avec les Amériques (Which University and Universalism for Europe Tomorrow? A Dialogue with the Americas)” organized by the guest editors of the volume in association with the Institute des Hautes d’Etudes de l’Amerique Latine (IHEAL) and the support of the Université de Cergy-Pontoise and the Maison des Science de l’Homme (MSH) in Paris on June 10-11, 2010. The aim of the conference was to think about what it could mean to decolonize the Westernized university and its Eurocentric knowledge structures. The contributions to this volume are, in one way or another, decolonial interventions in the rethinking and decolonization of academic knowledge production and Western university structures. Contributors include: Capucine Boidin (also as journal issue guest editor), James Cohen (also as journal issue guest editor), Ramón Grosfoguel (also as journal issue guest editor), Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Manuela Boatcã, Julia Suárez-Krabbe, Kwame Nimako, Sandew Hira, Stephen Small, Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Anders Burman, Maria Paula Meneses, and Mohammad H. Tamdgidi (also as journal editor-in-chief). Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge is a publication of OKCIR: The Omar Khayyam Center for Integrative Research in Utopia, Mysticism, and Science (Utopystics). For more information about OKCIR and other issues in its journal’s Edited Collection as well as Monograph and Translation series visit OKCIR’s homepage.

The Dawn of a Discipline

The hefty absence of women in histories of international criminal law and its ... International: Foundations of Modern International Thought and New ...

Author: édéric Mégret

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108488188

Category: Law

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The history of international criminal justice told through the revealing stories of some of its primary intellectual figures.