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Related to these substantive challenges are the growing tensions between the concerns and disciplinary perspectives of historians and literary critics working in the field, particularly in light of critical approaches to history writing (Mayhall 2000a, 2000b). Antoinette Burton has stressed the extent to which feminist critics should treat history as “historical production . . so that what we ‘know’ about the feminist movements of the past is understood as knowledge that has been produced during discrete historical moments – and so that we understand that the history we are writing and theory we are reading are themselves the products not just of our cultural milieux, but of the historical moments we are living in as well” (1992: 26).
If we accept the idea of plural, competing ‘public(s)’ at the core of these critiques, then the rise of what has been termed a ‘feminist public sphere’ has, necessarily, a different historical moment, appearing later by virtue of women’s formal exclusion from the political realm. In these ways, this debate has provided a theoretical framework for understanding the role of print media in the formation of a ‘feminist public sphere’ at the turn of the twentieth century. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromsoe - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-05 26 27 It is in the context of these class and gender critiques that the widespread, contemporary uses of the terms ‘publics’ and ‘counterpublics’ have emerged and gained their currency as a way to account for the proliferation of public discourses and for groups excluded from the traditional public sphere.
When we “engage the subject of women and the public sphere on the ground of history” as Ryan recommends (1992: 262), then we return to the problem noted earlier, Uricchio’s warning about the relationship between historical practice and the abstractions of theory. Some of these risks have been addressed directly. Fraser anticipates the problem of ghettoization when she “emphasiz[es] the contestatory function of subaltern counterpublics in stratified societies in part to complicate the issue of separatism” (124).