Radical Feminism as Social Arrest: A Kinetic Analysis – Audrey Love (2016)

History, History/Theory, Time Interrupted

Thesis examining U.S. radical feminism as the arrest of patriarchal order, gaze, and time

Radical feminists were adamant about their overarching anti-establishment ethos and they believed that the liberal quest for concessions from the United States’ hierarchically, bureaucratically organized political system merely confirmed the legitimacy and dominance of a political order comprised by men and sustained by male values.

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