FERGUSON, Kathy E.

Kathy Ferguson lives in Honolulu and teaches political science and women’s studies at the University of Hawai’i.

Her writings include: Emma Goldman: Political Thinking in the Streets (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2011). She also researches and writes about militarism, globalization, and bureaucracy.

When her two sons were diagnosed with serious learning disabilities, she became active in local movements to change education so that all children can learn to read and write.

Other publications

Articles

FERGUSON, Kathy. "A Political Geography of Emma Goldman"

Conference Papers — American Political Science Association; 2005 Annual Meeting, Washington DC p. 1. Abstract Focusing on the work of Emma (...)

FERGUSON, Kathy E. "Toward a new anarchism"

Contemporary Crises, (January 1983) vol. 7, pp. 39-57.

FERGUSON, Kathy E.- "Discourses of Danger: Locating Emma Goldman"

Political Theory 36 (2008) 735. Abstract Government, media, and medical accounts of Emma Goldman converged to create her public presence (...)

FERGUSON, Kathy. Emma Goldman : Political Thinking in the Streets

ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD, 2011. 362 p. Cloth 0-7425-2300-4 / 978-0-7425-2300-5 Emma Goldman has often been read for her colorful life story, (...)

FERGUSON, Kathy. "Anarchist Counterpublics"

"Going beyond the idea of “parallel” publics (Fraser) or “nested” publics (Taylor), anarchist counterpublics embody both directly antagonistic (...)

FERGUSON, Kathy. "Gender and Genre in Emma Goldman"

Why are Goldman’s feminist interlocutors asking questions about her desires ? Signs (Spring 2011)

FERGUSON, Kathy. "Discourses of Danger"

Author’s Abstract Government, media, and medical accounts of Emma Goldman converged to create her public presence in the U.S. as a “dangerous (...)

FERGUSON, Kathy. “Theorizing Shiny Things: Archival Labors”

"The purpose of this paper is to intervene in this confrontation over the dangers and delights of archives by considering the various paradoxes (...)