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Violent Femmes: Women as Spies (Transformations: Thinking Through Feminism)

by Rosie White

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Popular culture,
  • Women"s studies,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Film & Video - General,
  • Social Science / Criminology,
  • Criminology,
  • Women spies in literature,
  • Women spies in motion pictures,
  • Women spies on television

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10204236M
    ISBN 100415370779
    ISBN 109780415370776

    Table of contents for Feminist Review, 94, 1, Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box. Rosie White is Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Literature, Theory and Popular Culture at Northumbria University, Newcastle, U.K. She is author of Violent Femmes: Women as Spies in Popular Culture () and numerous articles on feminism and women in film and television.

    Her research interests include the novels of Michele Roberts, violent women in popular fiction, film and television, and representations of women spies in popular culture. Her book, Violent Femmes: Women as Spies in Popular Culture was published by Routledge in and she is currently developing a monograph on women and television comedy for.   Book Review: Violent Femmes: Women as Spies in Popular Culture. Show details. Book Review: Visceral Cosmopolitanism: Gender, Culture and the Normali Show details. Book Review: Third Wave Feminism and Television: Jane Puts it in a Box. Show details. Also from SAGE Publishing Author: Fiona Colgan.

      Her research interests include the novels of Michele Roberts, violent women in popular fiction, film and television, and representations of women spies in popular culture. Her book, Violent Femmes: Women as Spies in Popular Culture was published by Routledge in and she is currently developing a monograph on women and television comedy for. Dr Rosie White’s research interests focus on the representation of active female protagonists in popular culture. She is the author of the most seminal work on women in popular representations of espionage, Violent Femmes: Women as Spies in Popular Culture, as well as many articles on gender, culture and World War One spy mythology.


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Not without trepidation, Cnockaert embarked on a career as a spy, providing. This book is about the future: Ireland’s future and feminism’s future, approached from a moment that has recently passed. The Celtic Tiger (circa ) was a time of extraordinary and radical change, Violent Femmes: Women as Spies in Popular Culture 1st Edition.

Rosie White. Greenmantle is the second of five novels by John Buchan featuring the character of Richard Hannay, first published in by Hodder & Stoughton, is one of two Hannay novels set during the First World War, the other being Mr Standfast (); Hannay's first and best-known adventure, The Thirty-Nine Steps (), is set in the period immediately preceding the : John Buchan.violent femmes: women as spies in popular culture The book reveals that feminist scholarship on soap opera was a significant site in which the identity 'feminist intellectual' was produced in Author: Mica Nava.

Employing the central trope of women who work as spies, Rosie White examines cultural shifts during the twentieth century regarding the role of women in .