Heterophobia: Sexual Harassment and the Future of Feminism (American Intellectual Culture)
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Sexual Harassment and the Future of Feminism
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Routinely challenged by feminists who declare that "all education is political," Patai has responded with the claim that this view is simplistic. She argues that a significant difference exists between the reality that education may have political implications and the intentional use of education to indoctrinate. The latter, she argues, is no more acceptable when done by feminists than when done by fundamentalists.
Patai's thesis is that a failure to defend the integrity of education and a habit of dismissing data and research on political grounds, not only seriously hurt students but also leave feminists helpless in trying to defend education against other ideological incursions such as intelligent design. Only positive knowledge, respect for logic, evidence, and scrupulous scholarship not held to political standards, Patai contends, can lead to a better future.
Twentieth-century examples of contrary educational practices have a sordid history, one that has hardly promoted women's rights or any other human rights. Among Patai's concerns are what she sees as draconian sexual harassment regulations as implemented in the academic world. She argues that contemporary feminism is poisoned by a strong element of hostility to sexual interaction between men and women and an effort to suppress it through micromanagement of everyday relations. Patai has also written about the negative impact of Critical Theory on the study of literature.
Together with Will H. Corral she edited Theory's Empire: An Anthology of Dissent Columbia University Press , a collection of essays by fifty scholars taking issue with Theory orthodoxies of the past few decades. Patai insists that to criticize feminism and women's studies is not to seek to turn the clock back. From her perspective, she is addressing her critiques to other educators including feminist educators , in the hope that they will see the importance of defending education from those who want to force it into a particular political mould, regardless of the popularity of particular views at any given moment.
Patai is credited with discovering who wrote the notable feminist dystopian novel Swastika Night and other feminist speculative fiction in the s. They were published under the pseudonym of Murray Constantine but were written by an English woman named Katharine Burdekin.
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Patai has been involved in their republication. In addition to her work on women's studies and feminism, she continues to write about utopian studies and oral history. Many of her opinion pieces have appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education and in the online magazine Minding the Campus. In Patai published What Price Utopia? Essays on Ideological Policing, Feminism, and Academic Affairs Rowman and Littlefield -- which brings together her writing on the culture wars of the past two decades and also includes a few new pieces.