Brings the insights of Integral Theory to the consideration of sex, gender, and sexuality.
Bridges theory, art, and practice to discuss emerging issues in transnational religious movements in Latina/o and African diasporas.
Defines a new research area linking youth cultures and music with peacebuilding practice and policy.
Provides a model for queering motherhood that resists racist, neoliberal, and hetero- or homonormative ideals of “good” mothering.
Collection of important essays by feminist scholars from cultural studies, philosophy of education, curriculum theory, and women’s studies.
Develops third-space theory by engaging with zines produced by feminists and queers of color.
Examines how violence has been conceptually and rhetorically put to use in continental social theory.
A bold work of feminist international relations that contributes to our understanding of the gendered, racialized, and heteronormative dynamics of U.S. foreign policy, both in relations with Russia and in the invasion of Iraq.
Traces the rising emphasis on parenthood in contemporary American politics.
Argues that South Africa’s apartheid system of racial segregation relied on an unexamined but interrelated system of sexed oppression that was at once both rigid and flexible.
Demonstrates the dramatic interplay of elements that comprise the concepts of norm, bisexuality, and development.
An interdisciplinary and contemporary response to Irigaray’s work.
Brings together the workplace experiences of transgender people with an assessment of current policy protections.
Innovative analysis of the relationship of gender to East Asian economic development.
Collection of Black women’s stories that show how leadership values are transmitted from mothers to daughters
Ambitious and comprehensive history of the female detective in Hollywood film from 1929 to 2009.
Recovers Walt Whitman as a self-conscious religious figure with an ethic based in male comradeship, one at odds with the temper of his times.
Examines how Black girls and women negotiate and resist dominant stereotypes in the context of an Afrocentric youth organization for at-risk girls in the Bay Area.
Explores the connections between sexual difference and political structure in ancient Greek tragedy.
Explores the metafictional strategies of contemporary African novels rather than characterizing them primarily as a response to colonialism.
A transdisciplinary reader on Luce Irigaray's reading and re-writing of Ancient Greek texts.
Considers the past, present, and future of interdisciplinary fields motivated by concerns for social justice.
Traces a lineage of pro-feminist black men to two early radical proponents of female equality.
Key text never before in English by central figure of the Negritude movement.
Provocative take on the negative effects of increasing queer visibility and assimilation on the lives of queer people and politics in the U. S.
Genealogy of the formation of race and gender hierarchies in the U.S.
Looks at the experience of being an exotic dancer in different kinds of strip clubs.
Uncovers the queer nature of heterosexuality on film.
Turns a spotlight on the Victorian love affair with Scotland.
First collection of essays by queer scholars with working-class backgrounds.
Leading scholars explore the full range and current significance of Carson’s work.
Examines the construction of gender in public school employment.
Provocative reappraisal of the portrayal of women in Julio Cortázar's short stories.
Explores personal and professional issues in the study of race, gender, and culture.
Looks at the ideals of masculine Hinduism—and the corresponding feminine ideals—that have built the Indian nation, and explores their consequences.
Articles and essays on the construction of male sexuality by a pioneer in the field of masculinity studies.
A collection of historical articles and essays by a pioneer in the field of masculinity studies.
Examines the relationship between gay male athletes, sport, and American masculinity.
Analyzes the explosive connections among strategic uses of humor, women's bodies, and resistance in fiction by Latin American women writers.
Challenges essentialist notions of gender through a detailed account of Lacan's theories of gender, sexuality, and sexual difference.
Shows how lousy food, cheesy clothes, and dingy homes can ruin our lives.
Enables teachers and other school personnel working with students with disabilities to provide a gender equitable educational experience.
Examines the pleasures, perils, and promises of professing one's sexual identity.
Charts the emergence of a new kind of heterosexual rhetoric in eighteenth-century British literature, providing a nuanced reinterpretation of gender and its role in the major genres of the period.
Explores alternatives to the gender binary in twentieth-century women's fiction.
Takes up a series of literary and physical pleasures that do not appear to be pleasurable, ranging from Christian saintly asceticism to Sadean narrative to contemporary s/m practices.
Presents a social history of gender stratification at the University of California at Berkeley through a combination of organizational theory and biography.
An important contribution to our understanding and interpretation of fetishism and of what fetishism can teach us about sexuality, gender, belief, and knowledge.
Using postmodern social theory, this book expands our understanding of sport, the body, and the broader physical culture.
An insightful, and often surprising, look at adolescent girls' socialization in a historically elite, private, single-sex high school.
Uses close readings of Hitchcock's films to combine an articulation of Lacan's theory of ethics with a discussion of recent theories of feminine subjectivity and queer textuality.
Evaluates the implementation of affirmative action programs for women in Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand sporting organizations.
Explores the intersection of feminism, historical fiction, and modernism through the work of six writers who wrote historical novels set in ancient Greece or Rome: Naomi Mitchison, Mary Butts, Laura Riding, Phyllis Bentley, Bryher, and Mary Renault.
Shows how film, literature, photography, and television news broadcasts construct myths about race, gender, sexuality, and nation and reinforce socialized ways of looking at these identities, and examines how some creative works and public reactions challenge these myths.
Based on the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey, this book analyzes gender equality in education, labor force participation, and occupational achievement among American Jews, and offers a comparison with the wider American population and Israeli Jews.
An updated and expanded revision of the first edition, which received the Gustavus Myers Center Award for an outstanding book on Human Rights in the United States. Intended for administrators and faculty, it is also a resource book for individuals wanting to make changes in their campus' policy and procedures with regard to sexual harassment.
This book describes how Latin-American women writers of all classes, from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present, ironize masculinist, classicist, and racist cliches in their narratives.
This book is about current issues in sexual morality, the Christian church, and moral argument in late modernity.
This book combines a case study of industrial homework in the electronics industry with a world-systems approach to understanding the role of home-based work in economic development. It spans the period ...
Immigrant Women combines memoirs, diaries, oral history, and fiction to present an authentic and emotionally compelling record of women's struggles to build new lives in a new land. This new edition has ...
Ecotone: Wayfaring on the Margins, a personal history of place, is written from the perspective of a teacher, naturalist, and feminist and uses the metaphor of the biological ecotone as the boundary where ...
This book contains readings of canonical Western philosophical texts from the viewpoint of current feminist thinking. The contributors focus specifically on the ways in which modern Western philosophy ...
In this book, Lehman compares the ministry styles of women and men focussing on clergy of Protestant Congregations (ministers, clerics, preachers, and parsons). He offers strong statistical support for ...
Complementing recent feminist studies of female self-representation, this book examines the dynamics of masculine self-representation in nineteenth-century British literature. Arguing that the category ...
This book examines university teaching from several perspectives: What male and female professors do in the classroom, their perceptions and feelings about teaching, and how students respond. Data were ...