Date: Mon, 13 Oct 1997 22:39:39 EDT
From: Larry Horn LHORN[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]YALEVM.CIS.YALE.EDU
Subject: Re: "womanist" vs. "feminist" cite
I wasn't sure this one really fit the pattern myself. In the context of the
novel I cited, "womanist" seems to correspond to what others have called
"difference feminism". But maybe "womanist" is used in both these occasions--
and others--where "feminist", for whatever reason, is inappropriate.