A CRITIQUE OF
GIESLA ECKER'S THOUGHTS ON FEMINIST AESTHETICS
by Casondra Sobieralski
"Except for a few groupings within the women's movement, who see no problems in holding ahistorical views about femininity, there seems to be a general consensus that condemns essentialist thinking. In spite of this explicit consensus there are, I would agree, quite a few fixed ideas about the 'nature of women' still implicitly contained in the discussion of women's art."