Author: Temma Kaplan

Temma Kaplan is a feminist scholar and activist. She is the author of five books dealing with women’s social and environmental movements in Europe, Latin America, and the American South and is currently at work on a comparative study of women’s struggles around water in Detroit, California’s Central Valley, and Cochabamba, Bolivia.


Socialist Meaning in Feminist Mobilizations

Feminism for the 99% calls attention to women’s mobilizations that are sweeping the world and argues for their revolutionary, anti-capitalist potential. At the same time, this compelling homage to the Communist Manifesto flips the focus from a classic notion of . . .

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