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Mourning as Becoming

Feminist Theory 4 (3):343-347 (2003)

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  1. Passing on Feminism: From Consciousness to Reflexivity?Lisa Adkins - 2004 - European Journal of Women's Studies 11 (4):427-444.
    As has been widely observed, histories of feminism have often been conceived via notions of generation where feminism is positioned as a kind of familial property, a form of inheritance and legacy which is transmitted through generations. Thus feminism and its history have been imagined as following a familial mode of social reproduction. Despite the dominance of this model, it has nonetheless been subject to critique, not least because of its reliance on teleological and progressive notions of history. Judith Roof, (...)
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  • Melancholic Politics and the Politics of Melancholia: The Indian Women’s Movement.Srila Roy - 2009 - Feminist Theory 10 (3):341-357.
    Mourning, especially melancholic mourning, has recently emerged as a significant site of expressing and addressing loss in feminism. While feminism’s hard-won successes in achieving institutional power globally have brought exuberance over achievement, they have also come with an acute sense of despondency and loss; one that is not easily mourned or relinquished. The institutionalization of feminism in governmental, non-governmental and academic sites has precipitated this sense of loss in India, wherein the discussion of this article is located. In exploring the (...)
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