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Feminist interpretations of Alexis de Tocqueville /

"Explores the relationship of the life and work of Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859) to modern feminisms, especially as they pertain to the analysis of gender, sex, sexuality, race, class, ethnicity, nationality, and colonialism"--Provided by publisher.

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Other Authors: Locke, Jill, 1969-, Botting, Eileen Hunt, 1971-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2009.
Series:Re-reading the canon.
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300 |a ix, 367 p. ;  |c 23 cm. 
490 1 |a Re-reading the canon 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (p. [337]-351) and index. 
505 0 0 |g Introduction.  |t To Tocqueville and Beyond /  |r Jill Locke and Eileen Hunt Botting --   |g 1.  |t Beyond the Bon Menage: Tocqueville and the Paradox of Liberal Citoyennes /  |r Cheryl B. Welch --   |g 2.  |t Democracy's Family Values /  |r Laura Janara --   |g 3.  |t Tocqueville and the Feminization of the Bourgeoisie /  |r Dana Villa --   |g 4.  |t A Family Resemblance: Tocqueville and Wollstonecraftian Protofeminism /  |r Eileen Hunt Botting --   |g 5.  |t Aristocratic Mourning: Tocqueville, John Quincy Adams, and the Affairs of Andrew Jackson /  |r Jill Locke --   |g 6.  |t Sympathy, Equality, and Consent: Tocqueville and Harriet Martineau on Women and Democracy in America /  |r Lisa Pace Vetter --   |g 7.  |t Tocqueville's American Woman and "The True Conception of Democratic Progress" /  |r Delba Winthrop --   |g 8.  |t Toward a Generative Theory of Equality /  |r Kathleen S. Sullivan --   |g 9.  |t Imperial Fathers and Favorite Sons: J. S. Mill, Alexis de Tocqueville, and Nineteenth-Century Visions of Empire /  |r Richard Boyd --   |g 10.  |t Tocqueville, Black Writers, and American Ethnology: Rethinking the Foundations of Whiteness Studies /  |r Alvin B. Tillery Jr. --   |g 11.  |t The Separate Spheres Paradox: Habitual Inattention and Democratic Citizenship /  |r Jocelyn M. Boryczka --   |g 12.  |t Tocqueville's Authority: Feminism and Reform "Between Government and Civil Society" /  |r Barbara Cruikshank --   |t Annotated Bibliography on Alexis de Tocqueville and Gender, Feminism, and Race /  |r Christine Carey. 
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