2 edition of Our bodies, ourselves and the work of writing found in the catalog.
Our bodies, ourselves and the work of writing
Wells, Susan Ph. D.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||RA778 .W234 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780804763080, 9780804763097|
|LC Control Number||2009042485|
In April , the Our Bodies, Ourselves collective, the group responsible for publishing the book of the same name, decided to stop offering new editions of its groundbreaking text.
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Our Bodies, Ourselves is an instance of distributed authorship: writing is done by multiple authors, often removed from one another in space and time.
The efficacy of the text is understood as a relation with a deep network of readers and writers, but control of the text is dynamically invested in a central group. Our Bodies, Ourselves is a significant Our bodies because it was one of the first major texts written about women’s health, and because it was one of the first to apply a specifically feminist political frame to thinking about women’s health.
As Wells explains, the book is also significant because the collective was able to move the book from being produced in an independent, New Left publishing. Our Bodies, Ourselves was translated and adapted into some 30 Our bodies, usually in conjunction with women’s health organizations in other countries.
In the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, which since had done business as Our Bodies Ourselves, announced that, for financial reasons, it would not produce more editions of the book; the final edition had appeared in Written: The Boston Women's Health Book Collective (now known as Our Bodies Ourselves) is a non-profit organization founded in whose board members include Teresa Heinz Kerry, Our bodies Love, and Gloria Steinem.
Their mission is to empower women by providing information about health, sexuality, and by: The Ourselves and the work of writing book. book was updated in print through and online untilwhile global adaptions are still in development today.
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