(Feminaissance) [PDF NEW] Ã Christine Wertheim


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  • Feminaissance
  • Christine Wertheim
  • English
  • 05 April 2020
  • 9781934254172

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review Feminaissance 103 NCE Dodie Bellamy Caroline Bergvall Meiling Cheng Wanda Coleman Bhanu Kapil Chris Kraus Susan McCabe Tracie Morris Eileen Myles Maggie Nelson Vanessa Place Juliana Spahr Christine Wertheim Stephanie Young Lidia YuknavitchFEMINAISSANCE If the fact that women do not say 'We' was one of the constitutive problems for 20th century feminism the fa. wonderful collection of writings from the Feminaissance conference

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review Feminaissance 103 Ct that women do and still clearly feel the need to say 'We' is just as rich and interesting a topic for feminism today The writings gathered here prove feminism to be alive and relevant to all genders than ever not just because feminist discourse remains a political necessity but because of its artistic and intellectual pleasures Sianne Nga. WANDA COLEMAN ON THE HEALING POWER OF WOMEN S WRITINGReviewed by Amanda MonteiFeminaissance a new anthology of women s experimental essays poetry and fiction includes the work of renowned Los Angeles African American poet Wanda Coleman I had a chance to speak with her recently about her writing and her feminismMONTEI What role do you think women s writing has played in the feminist movementCOLEMAN I remain a believer in the power of creative writing to change heal and transform Women s writing will forever remain an important resource and wellspring At its finest it inspires deepens and prolongs the ongoing dialogue around issues worldwide often immeasurably affecting social change These changes may seem incremental we are still counting the first woman to do this or that and they may come too late for the majority but they have come and will continue to come despite occasional political reversals and social upheavals If there had not been a Sylvia Plath an Ann Petry a Tillie Olsen and a Joan Didion there would be no Wanda ColemanM In your poem Rape included in Feminaissance you are unwavering in your raw depiction of a woman s abuse It humanizes the dehumanized which you ve said is a specific aim of your writingThere s a devilish element in my selection of the crude language and graphic narrative of this poem Some readers will have a visceral response they will identify with the victim and actually feel raped That was my intent I also wanted to go against the prevailing platitudes about rape that often cause na ve women to get themselves killed believing that trying to fight off a man who outweighs you by 50 to 200 pounds is the wisest tactic As a young woman I never thought twice about going blow for blow toe to toe with a man because I m a big woman But after enough busted lips and black eyes I figured there must be viable alternatives Even if you re exposed to STDs it is still better to live to fight another day Do you set out to write pieces about sociopolitical issuesC I begin with the advice at the core of traditional writing courses Write what you know My content is usually inspired by the day to day events that go on around me as I move through time and space They may happen to me someone close to me or I may observe them in close proximity Often a line or phrase I ve saved triggers a poem in retrospection Then I draw on the basic uestions of journalism who what where when why and how Style is usually my last consideration as I reshape and revise my material using the vernacular coupled with what I know of figurative languageM I think many feminists often feel overwhelmed by the deep seeded systemic oppression we face Are there specific actions or avenues you encourage women to take to incite changeC Remember the phrase support network Make the effort to develop or join one that addresses your needs Such a group needn t exclude enlightened men Also sustain and maintain that is mental and emotional health are as important as physical health Take care with both good health sustains activism And don t think about it do it This is something my father used to bark at me Now I bark it at myself The little girl inside me no longer shrinks She understands that too much talk and the subseuent inaction it often generates may be disastrous when matters are urgent

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review Feminaissance 103 Poetry Fiction Essays Women's Studies FEMINAISSANCE collectivity; feminine ecriture; the politics of writing; text and voice; the body as a site of contestation insurgence and pleasure; race and writing; gender as performance; writing about other women writers; economic ineuities; Helene Cixous; monstrosity; madness; and aestheticsFEMINAISSA. one therapist told me i had reverse charisma what is it about names that makes us want to throw them offif she can exist in a flux of her own making with her self identifications flashing like scimitarsthe girls in the tent were both supporting and undermining the main stage performance as girls always dothe edits were highly manipulative as girls they say always are


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    characters Feminaissance Christine Wertheim é 3 read (Feminaissance) [PDF NEW] Ã Christine Wertheim Unidentified Flying Object“Reading” the third eye formal structure of Feminaissance gave me the opportunity to “examine” my desire I’m most receptive to “encountering” critical theory if it formally emulates or formally “interrogates” what it is “addressing” This is why I try to get my “news” from The Colbert Report

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