Feminism today is very fragmented. After Second Wave Feminism some of the political strands associated with that movement lived on and mutated. In the early 90s in academia, under the influence of post-modernism and among activists a new “generation” of feminism emerged.
“Third Wave” feminism drew on the women’s liberation movement of the 1970s and developed some distinctive features.
This collection of readings and discussion points reviews new developments in feminism, highlighting issues for the left and for a renewed socialist feminism.