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Title Beyond gender : an advanced introduction to futures of feminist and sexuality studies / edited by Greta Olson, Daniel Hartley, Mirjam Horn-Schott, and Leonie Schmidt
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
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Series Routledge research in gender and society ; 65
Routledge research in gender and society.
Contents Chapter Introduction: beyond gender -- toward a decolonized queer feminist future / GRETA OLSON AND MIRJAM HORN -- SCHOTT -- part PART I Undoing gender studies: theoretical positionings -- chapter 1 The rise and fall (and rise) of Mars and Venus in language and gender research / JENNIFER COATES -- chapter 2 Masculinity studies: contemporary approaches and alternative perspectives / STEFAN HORLACHER -- chapter 3 Where are we going, where have we been, where do we return to, repeatedly? The seriality of feminist critique and gender studies / SABINE SIELKE -- chapter 4 2Slavery to an assembly line is not a liberation from slavery to the kitchen sink3: assessing social reproduction theory's challenge to liberal-feminist and classical-Marxist paradigms / DANIEL HARTLEY -- chapter 5 Modes of being vs. categories: queering the tools of intersectionality / GABRIELE DIETZE, ELAHE HASCHEMI YEKANI, AND -- part Part II Forms of practice: doing the 'after' of gender studies -- chapter 6 Fictions of sexual amnesia / INA SCHABERT -- chapter 7 Loving feminism: negotiating differences in the classroom / GRETA OLSON -- chapter 8 Unseemly desire: disciplining and othering the sexuality of women in later life / KATHARINA ZILLES -- chapter 9 The politics of neoliberal postfeminist bridal culture / FRANKA HEISE -- chapter 10 Small- screen tweenage angst: feminist icons and (anti- ) heroines in twenty-first century Amer ican popular culture / MIRJAM HORN -- SCHOTT -- chapter 11 The 2yes3 which is not one: consent, the law, and the limits of false consciousness feminism / JORDANA GREENBLATT -- chapter 12 Autonomous Sri Lankan women's organizations and their engagements with LBT advocacy / SHERMAL WIJEWARDENE -- chapter 13 2It's a space shuttle!3 Opening up queer* spaces through the performing arts / KATHRIN EBMEIER
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Feminism.
Feminist theory.
Sex role.
Feminist theory.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
Sex role.
Form Electronic book
Author Hartley, Daniel, editor.
Horn-Schott, Mirjam, editor
Olson, Greta, editor.
Schmidt, Leonie, editor.
ISBN 1315619644