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Title Catching a wave : reclaiming feminism for the 21st century / edited by Rory Dicker & Alison Piepmeier.
Imprint Boston : Northeastern University Press, 2003.

Subject Feminism -- United States.
Young women -- United States -- Attitudes.
Women -- United States -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
Feminist theory -- United States.
Social change -- United States.
Alt Name Dicker, Rory Cooke, 1969-
Piepmeier, Alison.
Description x, 338 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-326) and index.
Contents Introduction / Rory Dicker, Alison Piepmeier ; NEEDING FEMINISM-- The "big lie": false feminist death syndrome, profit, and the media / Jennifer L. Pozner -- In a word, Baywatch / Susannah B. Mintz -- Reviving Lolita; or, because junior high is still hell / Alyssa Harad ; COMING TO FEMINISM -- "That's not fair!": nurturing girls' natural feminism / Nancy Gruver -- Voices and visions: a mother and daughter discuss coming to feminism and being feminist / Roxanne Harde, Erin Harde -- Please, stop thinking about tomorrow: building a feminist movement on college campuses for today / Sarah Boonin ; RECOGNIZING FEMINISM -- Who's the next Gloria?: the quest for the third wave superleader / Jennifer Baumgardner, Amy Richards -- Buffy the vampire slayer: the next generation of television / Michele Byers -- Third World, third wave feminism(s): the evolution of Arab American feminism / Susan Muaddi Darraj ; REDEFINING FEMIINISM -- Feminism's family problem: feminist generations and the mother-daughter trope / Astrid Henry -- Do the ladies run this ...?: some thoughts on hip-hop feminism / Gwendolyn D. Pough -- The transfeminist manifesto / Emi Koyama ; DOING FEMINISM -- Hearing the daughter voice: the Bat Kol as Rrrabbi Grrrl / Alana Suskin -- Rocking the gender order / Mimi Schippers -- Pranks and fake porn: doing feminism my way / Kristina Sheryl Wong -- Afterword / Katha Pollitt, Amy Baumgardner.
ISBN 1555535704 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1555535712 (cloth : alk. paper)
OCLC # 50982382
Table of Contents
 Introduction / Rory Dicker, Alison Piepmeier3
 The "Big Lie": False Feminist Death Syndrome, Profit, and the Media / Jennifer L. Pozner31
 In a Word, Baywatch / Susannah B. Mintz57
 Reviving Lolita; or, Because Junior High Is Still Hell / Alyssa Harad81
 "That's Not Fair!" Nurturing Girls' Natural Feminism / Nancy Gruver101
 Voices and Visions: A Mother and Daughter Discuss Coming to Feminism and Being Feminist / Roxanne Harde, Erin Harde116
 Please - Stop Thinking about Tomorrow: Building a Feminist Movement on College Campuses for Today / Sarah Boonin138
 Who's the Next Gloria? The Quest for the Third Wave Superleader / Jennifer Baumgardner, Amy Richards159
 Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Next Generation of Television / Michele Byers171
 Third World, Third Wave Feminism(s): The Evolution of Arab American Feminism / Susan Muaddi Darraj188
 Feminism's Family Problem: Feminist Generations and the Mother-Daughter Trope / Astrid Henry209
 Do the Ladies Run This...? Some Thoughts on Hip-Hop Feminism / Gwendolyn D. Pough232
 The Transfeminist Manifesto / Emi Koyama244
 Hearing the Daughter Voice: The Bat Kol as Rrrabbi Grrrl / Alana Suskin263
 Rocking the Gender Order / Mimi Schippers279
 Pranks and Fake Porn: Doing Feminism My Way / Kristina Sheryl Wong294
 Afterword / Katha Pollitt, Jennifer Baumgardner309

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