WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.8 (2000)

Journal of Women’s Studies Association of Japan

WOMEN’S STUDIES Vol.8 (2000)

Edited by the Editorial Committee of the Women’s Studies Association of Japan


Theoretical Formation of Women’s Studies in China AKIYAMA Yoko
The Women with Disabilities Movement in Japan: Through 1970-1980 SEYAMA Noriko
Black Feminism in Britain: the Controversy about the Idea of ‘Blackness’ and Its Effects on Black Feminist Politics OKUMURA Yukari
Special Issue:
Women’s Studies and “Authorization”: the Representation of Others
Looking at the Process of Creating Helping Partnership with the Survivors of Violence Against Women:
To Avoid Making Women’s Studies Another Tool of Oppression
Lesbian Representations and the Unspeakable WATANABE Mieko
Being a Feminist and Being a Researcher NAITO Kazumi and TSUJI Tomoko
Expression Is a Violence TAGAWA Kenzo
Closing Remark for the Special Issue:
Today and Tomorrow of Women’s Studies and Our Journal
By Members of Women’s Studies Vol.8 Editorial Committee

Published by The Women’s Studies Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan