List of Feminist Rhetoricians - Julia Kristeva

Julia Kristeva

(born 24 June 1941) Kristeva was born in Bulgaria. She is a philosopher, psychoanalyst, and feminist who added novelist to the list of her accomplishments.

  • "Women's Time" (1979)

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