Language, funding, and fears of ‘imperialist’ tendencies hinder, but don’t halt, an exchange of information between women East and West by Shana Penn The complex dynamics in an East-West feminist exchange begin to surface in the first moments of such an encounter, as this anecdote illustrates. As feminist scholar Ann Snitow recounts, the founding of […]

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