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Is development still women’s best hope of social progress and equality? In this groundbreaking collection with its diverse perspectives feminist thinkers explore whether Third World women ought to continue along the path of development or abandon full-scale modernization and seek post-development alternatives instead. It represents the first attempt to ascertain the possibilities, and limitations, of the post-development path for women.
Contributors: Kriemild Saunders • Jane Parpart • Kathleen Staudt • Ravina Aggarwal • Saskia Sassen • Marianne Marchand • Marnia Lazreg • Tani Barlow • Frederique Apffel-Marglin & Loyda Sanchez • Vandana Shiva • Banu Subramaniam, James Bever & Peggy Schultz • Meera Nanda • Patience Elabor-Idemudia • Piya Chatterjee • Ramona Perez • Wendy Harcourt • Ester Wangari • Sylvia Marcos