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Who is Alice Echols?
Alice Echols is a cultural critic and historian. A specialist of the 1960s, Echols is Professor of English, Gender Studies and History at the University of Southern California.
- profession: Cultural critic, historian
- written works: "Janis Joplin. Piece of My Heart.", "Shaky ground", "Scars of sweet paradise", "Daring to be bad", "Demise of Female Intimacy in the Nineteenth Century"
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by Joseph Childers, Gary Hentzi
Groups included The Feminists, New York Radical Women, New York Radical Feminists, Redstockings, and many more; Alice Echols, Anne Koedt, Shulamith Firestone, Ellen Willis, Ti-Grace Atkinson, and countless others were among the ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
Alice Echols (1997) added that this important argument calls attention to the way in which beauty practices and rituals constitute a particular kind of politics. The beauty pageant has often been understood in a feminist context as symbolic of the ...
4 Volume Set by Bonnie G. Smith
ALICE ECHOLS JORDAN. Jordan remained a semifeudal, tribal society until after World War II, when the Hashemite Kingdom was established ...
by Kelly Boyd
Alice Echols exposed the crosscurrents within radical feminism that pulled against unity even as feminists ...
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