Some scholars contend that these characteristics have merely enabled art films to be marketed as niche commodities in the capitalist film market, while others believe that art films pose significant challenges to the foundations of mainstream cinema.
For instance, because transnational feminism largely developed in the US academy, it participates in an uneven global system of knowledge production.
This is particularly salient in regard to how transnational feminism has become institutionalized within the academy, giving rise to questions about whether transnational feminism describes academic knowledge production, activist social movements, or both see Feminist Social Movements.
In other words, rather than asking what transnational feminism is, it is more useful to think about what transnational feminist theorizing does, or makes possible.
That is why this article is largely organized by thematic sections included under the heading Transnational Feminist Theoretical Perspectives.
Moving through a number of different topics, that section aims to give a sense of the range of transnational feminist approaches from a number of disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives; because transnational feminist theorizing traverses the social sciences and the humanities, literary studies, cultural studies, sociological, and historical approaches are all represented here.
Finally, because transnational feminism is less about a definition than it is about a methodology, not all the works listed here explicitly identify themselves as transnational feminist. Because the proliferation of terms can be dizzying, they will be defined in the appropriate sections throughout the article.
General Overviews Since the early s, there have been a series of anthologies, articles, and books examining transnational feminism. Key to these considerations have been questions of definition: How does transnational theorizing call into question the primacy of the nation state; how does a transnational feminist approach challenge international and global feminisms; and how does transnational feminism change feminist theorizing and practice?
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