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  1. O nome "bell hooks" foi inspirado na sua bisavó materna, Bell Blair Hooks. [8] A letra minúscula pretende dar enfoque ao conteúdo da sua escrita e não à sua pessoa. O seu objetivo, porém, não é ficar presa a uma identidade em particular mas estar em permanente movimento. [9]

  2. 21/09/2022 · bell hooks, pseudonym of Gloria Jean Watkins, (born September 25, 1952, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, U.S.—died December 15, 2021, Berea, Kentucky), American scholar and activist whose work examined the connections between race, gender, and class. She often explored the varied perceptions of Black women and Black women writers and the development of feminist identities. Watkins grew up in a ...

  3. A public dialogue between bell hooks & Cornel West hosted by Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts (http://www.newschool.edu/lang).Cornel West ...

  4. bell hooks is a cultural critic, feminist theorist, and writer. Celebrated as one of our nation's leading public intellectual by The Atlantic Monthly, as well as one of Utne Reader's 100 Visionaries Who Could Change Your Life, she is a charismatic speaker who divides her time among teaching, writing, and lecturing around the world.

  5. bell hooks, born Gloria Jean Waltins, in 1952, an American author, professor, feminist, and social activist, recently died — [December 15, 2021]— I had never read her work until this book “All About Love”. The name bell hooks is borrowed from her maternal great-grandmother. bell published more than thirty books….

  6. bell hooks is a cultural critic, feminist theorist, and writer. Celebrated as one of our nation's leading public intellectual by The Atlantic Monthly, as well as one of Utne Reader's 100 Visionaries Who Could Change Your Life, she is a charismatic speaker who divides her time among teaching, writing, and lecturing around the world.

  7. 30/12/2003 · bell hooks (born Gloria Jean Watkins) was an African-American author, feminist, and social activist. Her writing focused on the interconnectivity of race, class, and gender and their ability to produce and perpetuate systems of oppression and domination.

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