I have taught and written feminist theory for the
past two decades. My writing spans the political issues of these years:
the inadequacy of white liberal feminism;
the relationships between Marxism and feminism;
the evolving historical formations of patriarchy and its relationship to capitalism and racism;
the new developments of nationalism and globalism;
the struggles of women in eastern Europe post '89;
the exploitation of girls and women in the Maquiladora factories;
the evolving structures of racism in global capitalist patriarchy;
the patriarchal and racialized hierarchies of the information society and cybertechnologies;
and the politics and ecology of breast cancer.
I live in Ithaca, New York, with my daughter Sarah Eisenstein Stumbar and her father Richard Stumbar.