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The Future of Difference by Sabine Hark and Paula-Irene Villa

The Future of Difference

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The Future of Difference by Sabine Hark and Paula-Irene Villa
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Jun 23, 2020 | ISBN 9781788738026

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The Future of Difference offers a powerful indictment of the ways mainstream feminism has been coopted by ethnonationalists to promote Europe’s increasingly punitive border regime. Hark and Villa offer a thorough, impassioned analysis of the dire consequences of combating sexual violence without an intersectional lens. An urgent book for our times.”
—Arlene Stein, Professor of Sociology, Director of the Institute for Research on Women, Rutgers University

“This is an outstanding, timely and courageous work of feminist scholarship. The book extends and renews the important writing of Stuart Hall in his 1978 Policing the Crisis. This excellent translation will ensure the book by Sabine Hark and Paula-Irene Villa will be a major contribution to multiple disciplines.”
—Angela McRobbie, Professor, Goldsmiths University London and author of Feminism and the Politics of Resilience

“In this breathtaking text, two of Germany’s leading feminist thinkers address some of the biggest questions of our time. In the face of unprecedented global migration, large scale anti-sexual violence movements, and a simultaneous right-wing backlash against feminism, Hark and Villa ask us to consider anew the political question of cultural difference. Based upon their in-depth analysis of the entanglements between sexism, (racist) feminism, and anti-gender ideologies in Europe and beyond over the past decade, the authors propose a ‘grammar of coexistence of the different’ that engages in the ‘art of encountering others without erasing their otherness.’ Reading this text as I do in the midst of a global pandemic, Hark and Villa’s book offers invaluable reflections on ethical coexistence at times of great global precarity.”
—Dr. Susanne Luhmann

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