Offers an interdisciplinary feminist framework for conceptualizing time and temporal justice as a form of reparation.
Explores how Black women have continually used sound to convey stories and forge community across generations.
Explores how popular novels, short stories, and television shows from the United States and Britain illustrate the positive effects of feminism and promote gender equity.
Feminists revisit their mixed experiences of mentoring and being mentored to reclaim mentorship as a project for new generations.
Follows a Black woman's forty-year career in academia, sharing how race and gender can disrupt and enhance the professional and the personal, from leadership and policies to family life.
Unique empirically grounded analysis of how audiences negotiate sexism and feminism across media, from popular television shows to dating apps.
Argues that institutional change must accommodate women’s professional and personal life stages.
Examines how postfeminism and postracialism intersect to perpetuate systemic injustice in the United States.
Reveals the rhetorical strategies African American writers have used to promote Black women’s recovery and wellness through educational and entertainment genres and the conservative gender politics that are distributed when these efforts are sold for public consumption.
Provides a contemporary response to such landmark volumes as All the Women Are White, All the Blacks Are Men, But Some of Us Are Brave and This Bridge Called My Back.
Addresses the absence of Jewish subjects in intersectionality studies and demonstrates how to do intersectionality work inclusive of Jewish perspectives.
Deconstructs fiction and nonfiction to further understandings of how aging and old age are created.
Provides encyclopedic coverage of female sexuality in 1940s popular culture.
Argues that expectations for mothering include a new core principle of "body work. "
New directions in thinking about mothering.
First book on gender and academic service.
First book to study rape and sexual abuse of Vietnamese women by U. S. soldiers during the Vietnam War.
Case study of the life of a feminist organization in a changing political and funding climate.
Essays explore a wide range of contemporary feminist mothering practices.
Interrogates the normative heterosexual family from feminist, Jewish, and queer perspectives.
Argues that women's relationship to books and their promotion of reading contributed greatly to the cultural and intellectual vitality of the Enlightenment.
Recovers a dynamic women’s tradition of vision and sexuality, challenging Darwinian and Freudian accounts of women as nonvisual sexual agents.
Looks at how violent women characters disrupt cinematic narrative and challenge cultural ideals.
Links radical feminist writings of the 1960s and 1970s to contemporary online women's networks.
Examines the implications and meanings of the makeover and aesthetic surgery industry in American popular culture.