Who’s Afraid of Nature? The Rise and Fall of ‘Denaturalization’ in Contemporary Feminist Thought

J. Weber, in: D. Orr, D. Taylor, E. Kahl, K. Earle, C. Rainwater, L.L. McAlister (Eds.), Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham / Boulder / New York / Toronto / Plymouth, UK, 2007, pp. 41–50.

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Orr, Deborah; Taylor, Dianna; Kahl, Eileen; Earle, Kathleen; Rainwater, Christa; McAlister, Linda Lopez
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Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency
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Weber J. Who’s Afraid of Nature? The Rise and Fall of ‘Denaturalization’ in Contemporary Feminist Thought. In: Orr D, Taylor D, Kahl E, Earle K, Rainwater C, McAlister LL, eds. Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency. Rowman & Littlefield; 2007:41-50.
Weber, J. (2007). Who’s Afraid of Nature? The Rise and Fall of ‘Denaturalization’ in Contemporary Feminist Thought. In D. Orr, D. Taylor, E. Kahl, K. Earle, C. Rainwater, & L. L. McAlister (Eds.), Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency (pp. 41–50). Rowman & Littlefield.
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Weber, Jutta. “Who’s Afraid of Nature? The Rise and Fall of ‘Denaturalization’ in Contemporary Feminist Thought.” In Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency, edited by Deborah Orr, Dianna Taylor, Eileen Kahl, Kathleen Earle, Christa Rainwater, and Linda Lopez McAlister, 41–50. Lanham / Boulder / New York / Toronto / Plymouth, UK: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.
J. Weber, “Who’s Afraid of Nature? The Rise and Fall of ‘Denaturalization’ in Contemporary Feminist Thought,” in Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency, D. Orr, D. Taylor, E. Kahl, K. Earle, C. Rainwater, and L. L. McAlister, Eds. Lanham / Boulder / New York / Toronto / Plymouth, UK: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007, pp. 41–50.
Weber, Jutta. “Who’s Afraid of Nature? The Rise and Fall of ‘Denaturalization’ in Contemporary Feminist Thought.” Feminist Politics. Identity, Difference, and Agency, edited by Deborah Orr et al., Rowman & Littlefield, 2007, pp. 41–50.
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