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by Roberta Salper,Anna Faktorovich

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Author: Roberta Salper,Anna Faktorovich
ISBN: 193753667X
ISBN13: 978-1937536671
Language: English
Publisher: Anaphora Literary Press (June 24, 2014)
Pages: 236
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Domestic Subversive: A Feminist's Take on the Left, 1960–1976. Keywords: Domestic Subversive, Feminist's Take. Published: 1 September 2016. by Informa UK Limited. in Socialism and Democracy. Socialism and Democracy, Volume 30, pp 142-145; doi:10. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit

Domestic Subversive: A Feminist's Take on the Left 1960-1976" is an intimate, riveting memoir about the making of a political radical during the upheaval of the 1960s. We see Salper first in fascist Spain, next in the heart of the New Left, the early Women's Liberation Movement, and the founding of Women's Studies. Finally she is engaged in third world liberation struggles in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Chile and the United States.

Roberta Salper has published books in Spanish and English, many of them gender studies of ury Spanish and Cuban literature, as well as numerous articles about the beginning of women’s studies.

Roberta Salper's Domestic Subversive is a welcome addition, especially because it is well-written, often with .

Roberta Salper's Domestic Subversive is a welcome addition, especially because it is well-written, often with humor, and promises an anti-imperialist feminist analysis. Domestic Subversive is a feminist's take on a range of organizations of the left from 1960 to 1976: the student movement in Spain, New Left movement in the United States, Marxist-Leninist Puerto Rican Socialist Party in the United States and Puerto Rico, and a prestigious liberal think tank in Washington, . the Latin American Unit of the Institute of Policy. Studies (IPS), where she worked as a Resident Fellow.

3. Description this book "Domestic Subversive: A Feminist s Take on the Left 1960-1976" is an intimate, riveting memoir about the making of a political radical during the upheaval of the 1960s. We see Salper first in fascist Spain, next in the heart of the New Left, the early Women s Liberation Movement, and the founding of Women s Studies

Roberta Salper, Domestic Subversive: A Feminist Take on the Left, 1960–1976 (Tucson: Anaphora .

Salper dedicated her book Female Liberation to her two sisters, Martha and Gay. However, Martha appears in this autobiography only when she is bringing her daughter home from the hospital; otherwise there is no mention of the siblings. Mitchell finds that many times the horizontal relationship with siblings is even more significant.

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"Domestic Subversive: A Feminist's Take on the Left 1960-1976" is an intimate, riveting memoir about the making of a political radical during the upheaval of the 1960s. We see Salper first in fascist Spain, next in the heart of the New Left, the early Women's Liberation Movement, and the founding of Women's Studies. Finally she is engaged in third world liberation struggles in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Chile and the United States. As a Harvard-educated scholar, Roberta Salper was destined for a distinguished academic career. Instead she opted for a life of risk-taking, personally as well as professionally. Salper offers a unique look at marriage and family life within Spain's fascist dictatorship before she decides to "go it alone" and in 1974 becomes a rare example of the single professional mother. Roberta Salper became one of the pioneers of a new field of study that would be known as Women's Studies. The tools of feminism were honed in the Women's Caucus of the New University Conference (1968 to 1972). In 1970, she was the first full time faculty appointment in Women's Studies in the first full-fledged Women's Studies Department in the nation at San Diego State College (now University).
Comments to eBook Domestic Subversive: A Feminist's Take on the Left 1960-1976
Flas
I highly recommend taking this fascinating journey into the world of 1960-70's activism. This is the story of an author who is simultaneously fighting for her version of justice and attempting to define a life she can find fulfilling. The issues are thought provoking. Dedicated to feminism and socialism, the author is open about the personal issues she is dealing with. This is a thought provoking book, as many of the issues still resonate today. The author provides insight into a unique time of activism in America history.
Marilore
This is a story that had to be told. Thank goodness Roberta Salper has done so. From her childhood experience of antisemitism, to being radicalized during an exotic marriage in Spain, to helping to found women's studies as an academic discipline, to the murder of her colleague Allende in Washington, to the satisfactions of raising a marvelous daughter alone, Salper sweeps the reader along. The world was a-changing and she helped make it all happen. A terrific book.
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