Who do you think you are? Feminist memoir writing

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2009 Number 67

Who do you think you are? Feminist memoir writing
Lynne Segal, pages -

Abstract

Looking back on her own experiment with collective memoir, Making Trouble, which draws much of its material from London-based feminists, Lynne Segal traces the ‘shifting contexts of self-narration’ between the re-emergence of feminism at the end of the 1960s and the present. How is our connection with those past times, and their progressive hopes, altered by the grim global landscape of this new century?

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Lynne Segal (2009) Who do you think you are? Feminist memoir writing, New Formations, 2009(67), -

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