Himani Bannerji
, teaches in the Department of Sociology at York University. Her research interests lie in the areas of Marxist, feminist and anti-racist theories. She is especially interested in reading colonial discourse through Marx's concept of ideology, and putting together a reflexive analysis of gender, race and class. She has co-authored and edited Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site for Feminist Struggle (The Women's Press), Returning the Gaze (SisterVision Press) and a book of essays on culture and politics, The Writing on the Wall (TSAR Press). Her new book of essays, Thinking Through: Essays in Marxism, Feminism and Anti-Racism is forthcoming from The Women's Press in Spring 1995.


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