A Place at the Table and A Voice in the Hall: "Third Wave" Feminists in the Canadian Academy
AbstractThis article discusses the findings of a survey of junior female academics in Canadian universities designed to help describe a cohort we thought would be linked through self-identification or ideology as "third wave" feminists. This work is an exploration of some of the ways junior women academics situate themselves within particular feminist labels and debates about feminism. Résumé Cet article discute des résultats d’un sondage de jeunes femmes académiques dans les universités canadiennes conçu pou aider à décrire une cohorte que nous pensions serait reliée par l’entremise d’auto-identification ou d’idéologie comme féministes de la "troisième vague." Ce travail est une exploration de quelques unes des façons dont les jeunes femmes académiques se situent parmi les étiquettes féministes particulières et fait le débat sur le féminisme.
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