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by Irene Diamond,Gloria Orenstein

Author: Irene Diamond,Gloria Orenstein
Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
Language: English
Publisher: Sierra Club Books; 2nd edition (October 1, 1990)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Hobbies and Home
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Reweaving the World is a major resource on ecofeminism. Charlene Spretnak notes that the "first tendrils" of ecofeminism appeared not as of Earth Day 1970, since "feminists were quite preoccupied with the birthing of our own movement then," but in the middle of the 1970s.

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Gloria Feman Orenstein (born 1938 in Brooklyn) is a feminist art critic, pioneer in the field of the women of Surrealism and scholar of ecofeminism in the arts

Gloria Feman Orenstein (born 1938 in Brooklyn) is a feminist art critic, pioneer in the field of the women of Surrealism and scholar of ecofeminism in the arts. Orenstein's Reweaving the World is considered a seminal ecofeminist text which has had "a crucial role in the development of . ecofeminism as a political position". Orenstein received a .

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Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism (Sierra Club Books, 1990) Important writings.

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In the book, Orenstein described ’ecofeminist arts’ function ceremonially to connect us with the two powerful worlds from which the Enlightenment severed us-nature and the spirit world. Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism (Sierra Club Books, 1990). The Theater of the Marvelous.

In Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism, Irene Diamond and Gloria Feman Orenstein, ed. Harrod, Howard L. Renewing The World: Plains Indian Religion and Morality. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1987.

In Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism, Irene Diamond and Gloria Feman Orenstein, eds. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1990, pp. 52 - 5. oogle Scholar. The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions. Hester, . D. McPherson, A. Booth, and J. Cheney. Indigenous worlds meet post(?)modern ical environmental ethics. Environmental Ethics 22(3): 273-290, 2000.

Although, as Diamond and Orenstein note, ecofeminism is really ‘a new term for an ancient wisdom’ .

Although, as Diamond and Orenstein note, ecofeminism is really ‘a new term for an ancient wisdom’ (Mies and Shiva 1993: 13), it first came to prominence in the early 1980s, its bases in feminist philosophy, environmental activism and the European and American peace movements of the late 1970s. Tags: Arundhati Roy, Ecocriticism, Ecofeminism, Feminism, Feminism and the Mastery of Nature, Françoise d'Eaubonne, Gloria Orenstein, Irene Diamond, Karen Warren, Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism, Three Mile Island nuclear disaster, Val Plumwood, Vandara Shiva, Women and Life on Earth: A Conference on Eco-Feminism.

The Ecofeminist Movement represents the coming together or the environmental, feminist, and Women's spirituality movements out of a share concern for the well-concern for the well-being of the Earth and all forms of life that our Earth supports. Reweaving the World is a major resource on ecofeminism, gathering in a single volume articles, essays, and poetic prose pieces by the foremost writers, scholars, activists, artists, and spiritual teachers of this movement Interweaving politics and philosophy, theory and activism, this provocative collection advocates a restoration of harmony in a global environment damaged by a devaluation of nature and women.

Contributors

Sally Abbott

Paula Gunn Allen

Rachel L. Bagby

Carol P. Christ

Irene Diamond

Riane Eisler

Yaakov Jerome Garb

Susan Griffin

Cynthia Hamilton

Irene Javors

Catherine Keller

Mara Lynn Keller

Marti Kheel

Ynestra King

Carolyn Merchant

Lin Nelson

Gloria Feman Orenstein

Judith Plant

Lee Quinby

Arisika Razak

Julia Scofield Russell

Vandana Shiva

Charlene Spretnak

Starhawk

Brian Swimme

Michael E. Zimmerman

Irene Diamond lives in Eugene, Oregon, where she teaches at the University of Oregon and participates in local Green politics and related ecofeminist educational activities. Her most recent book is Feminism and Foucault: Reflection on Resistance, co-edited with Lee Quinby.

Gloria Feman Orenstein is an associate professor of comparative literature and teaches in the Program for the Study of Women and Men in Society at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She is the author of The Reflowering of the Goddess and The Theatre of the Marvelous: Surrealism and the Contemporary Stage.