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1. Feminist Theory and the Frankfurt School: Introduction–Wendy Brown
2. “Adorno avec Sade...”–Rebecca Comay
3. Reality Check: Image Affects and Cultural Memory–Elisabeth Bronfen
4. The Longing for the Material–Karyn Ball
5. ‘Already the Effect of the Whip’: Critical Theory and the Feminine Ideal–Robyn Marasco
6. Two Way Streets: Recognition of Difference and the Intersubjective Third–Jessica Benjamin
7. Marxism and Feminism–Herbert Marcuse
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This special issue of differences explores what light Frankfurt School critical theory can shed on contemporary problematics in feminist theory. In contrast to the relatively extensive employment of the work of Jürgen Habermas for this purpose, this special issue focuses on other major thinkers of the Frankfurt School, especially Horkheimer, Adorno, and Benjamin.
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