The archival turn in feminism : outrage in order / Kate Eichhorn

Main Author: Eichhorn, Kate, 1971-...., AuteurLanguage: anglais.Country: États-Unis.Publication: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2014, cop. 2013Description: 1 vol. (XII-188 p.) : couv. ill. ; 22 cmISBN: 1439909520; 9781439909522.Dewey: 305.42097 (E)Abstract: In the 1990s, a generation of women born during the rise of the second wave feminist movement plotted a revolution. These young activists funneled their outrage and energy into creating music using salvaged audio equipment and stolen time on copy machines. By 2000, the cultural artifacts of this movement had started to migrate from basements and storage units to community and university archives, establishing new sites of storytelling and political activism. 'The Archival Turn in Feminism' chronicles these important cultural artifacts and their collection, cataloging, preservation and distribution.Bibliography: Bibliogr. p.179-184. Index..Subject - Topical Name: F�eminisme -- Am�erique du Nord -- Vingti�eme si�ecle | Webzines -- Am�erique du Nord -- Vingti�eme si�ecle | Femmes -- Archives | Women -- Archives | Feminism -- North America -- History -- 20th century | Zines -- Publishing -- North America -- History -- 20th century | History -- Sources
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Bibliogr. p.179-184. Index.

In the 1990s, a generation of women born during the rise of the second wave feminist movement plotted a revolution. These young activists funneled their outrage and energy into creating music using salvaged audio equipment and stolen time on copy machines. By 2000, the cultural artifacts of this movement had started to migrate from basements and storage units to community and university archives, establishing new sites of storytelling and political activism. 'The Archival Turn in Feminism' chronicles these important cultural artifacts and their collection, cataloging, preservation and distribution

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