... neoliberal and popular feminism as well as contemporary theories of "care". Quantity: 3 available. by Oxford University Press, USA. But there are other feminist movements that have emerged in the past few years. Concentrating on the shifting discursive registers in Lean In, I propose that the book can give us insight into the ways in which the husk of liberalism is being mobilized to spawn a neoliberal feminism as well as a new feminist subject. “Professor”, for example, yields picture after picture of white men supplemented by only one of a woman…whose primary academic qualification comes from having supervised Gryffindor. Not what I expected. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This movement encourages mass mobilisation in order to challenge not only Trump’s sexist policies but also an increasingly dominant neoliberal agenda that puts profits over people. In this short article, Catherine Rottenberg argues that feminism as a political identity and project, has increasingly become part of the discourse of neoliberalism. I would like to extend a profound thank you to the anonymous readers as well as to David Eng, Sara Farris, Neve Gordon, Moon-Kie Jung, Angela McRobbie, Jacinda Swanson, Joan Scott, Niza Yanay, Danielle Allen and Lila Corwin Berman for their insights and very helpful comments. -- Times Higher Education "Written with energetic sparkling prose and great erudition, Catherine Rottenberg displays a capacious knowledge of all the recent twists and turns in popular presentations of feminism. Rottenberg is co-author of The Care Manifesto (Verso, 2020) as well as author of The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism (Oxford UP, 2018). 3, pp. Do be advised that shipments may be delayed due to extra safety precautions implemented at our centres and delays with local shipping carriers. Just register and complete your career summary. (Times Higher Education) Written with energetic sparkling prose and great erudition, Catherine Rottenberg displays a capacious knowledge of all the recent twists and turns in popular presentations of feminism. - Angela McRobbie, author of The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change, "Written with energetic, sparkling prose and great erudition, Catherine Rottenberg displays a capacious knowledge of all the recent twists and turns in popular presentations of feminism. In this short article, Catherine Rottenberg argues that feminism as a political identity and project, has increasingly become part of the discourse of neoliberalism. PRINTED FROM OXFORD SCHOLARSHIP ONLINE (oxford.universitypressscholarship.com). Rottenberg turns her analytical eye to a range of cultural products, from the “have it all” privileged musings of Ivanka Trump to “mommy blogs” (“there are an estimated four million mommy blogs in the United States”) and popular TV shows such as CBS’ The Good Wife and the Danish series Borgen, in which it becomes painfully apparent that in order to maintain the moral high ground in the future, “Brigitte [the fictional prime minister] will have to do a better job balancing family and work”. Available in Oxford Scholarship Online - view abstracts and keywords at book and chapter level. I further pose the question of why neoliberalism has spawned a feminist rather than a female subject. Refresh and try again. I call this, This is precisely the kind of feminism that informs bestselling manifestos, such as Sheryl Sandberg’s, Some of the infrastructure for the recent oppositional feminist groundswell was clearly already in place. Given our frightening neoliberal reality, the monumental challenge, then, is how we can successfully reorient and reclaim feminism as a social justice movement. Please contact our Customer Service Team if you have any questions. It’s clear what the designer was getting at, but it’s a tired image for what’s a really engaging and original book. Catherine Rottenberg. It’s also the pervasive creep of neoliberalism, a doctrine that, in its emphasis on self-determination and the primacy of the market, is in nearly every way antithetical to the collective ethos that should underpin feminism. Rather than deflecting internal criticism by shining the spotlight of oppressive practices onto other countries while overtly showcasing its enlightened superiority, this discursive formation actually generates its own internal critique of the USA. - Lynne Segal, author of Radical Happiness: Moments of Collective Joy, ""For a relatively short book, there is a lot in The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism. Catherine.Rottenberg@nottingham.ac.uk; Biography. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email, /doi/full/10.1080/09502386.2013.857361?needAccess=true, Anne-Marie Slaughter's ‘Why Woman Still Can't Have It All’. In the wake of Trump’s election and the reappearance of shameless sexism in the public sphere, a new wave of mass feminist militancy has appeared on the political landscape, one that attempts to go beyond simple identification to facilitate social change.