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Beschreibung

Feminist Erasures presents a collection of essays that examines the state of feminism in North America and Western Europe by focusing on multiple sites such as media, politics and activism. Through individual examples, the essays reveal the extent to which feminism has been made (in)visible and (ir)relevant in contemporary Western culture.

Sara T. Bernstein, Portland State University, USA Susan Berridge, Stirling University, UK Elise M. Chatelain, University of New Orleans, USA Natalie Havlin, City University of New York, USA Rosemary Hepworth, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK Katherine Hindle, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK Mél Hogan, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA Micky Lee, Suffolk University, Boston, USA Eric Lohman, University of Western Ontario, Canada Jennifer McClearen, University of Washington, USA Lauren McNicol, Women's College Research Institute, Toronto, Canada Kaitlynn Mendes, University of Leicester, UK Alexandra Moffett-Bateau, John Jay College-CUNY, USA Monika Raesch, Suffolk University, Boston, USA Celiany Rivera-Velázquez, NYU LGBTQ Student Center, USA Kumarini Silva University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA Andrea Zeffiro, Brock University, Canada

Autorentext
Sara T. Bernstein, Portland State University, USASusan Berridge, Stirling University, UKElise M. Chatelain, University of New Orleans, USANatalie Havlin, City University of New York, USARosemary Hepworth, Goldsmiths, University of London, UKKatherine Hindle, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UKMél Hogan, Illinois Institute of Technology, USAMicky Lee, Suffolk University, Boston, USAEric Lohman, University of Western Ontario, CanadaJennifer McClearen, University of Washington, USALauren McNicol, Women's College Research Institute, Toronto, CanadaKaitlynn Mendes, University of Leicester, UKAlexandra Moffett-Bateau, John Jay College-CUNY, USAMonika Raesch, Suffolk University, Boston, USACeliany Rivera-Velázquez, NYU LGBTQ Student Center, USAKumarini Silva University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USAAndrea Zeffiro, Brock University, Canada

Inhalt
List of Abbreviations Notes on Contributors 1. Introduction: (In)visible and (Ir)relevant: Setting a Context; Kumarini Silva and Kaitlynn Mendes PART I: TEACHING FEMINISM 2. CEOs and Office Ho's: Notes from the Trenches of Our Women's Studies Classrooms; Sara T. Bernstein and Elise M. Chatelain 3. Suture and Scars: Evidencing the Struggles of Academic Feminism; Andrea Zeffiro and Mél Hogan 4. Feminist Erasure: The Development of a Black Feminist Methodological Theory; Alexandra Moffett-Bateau PART II: FEMINISM IN POPULAR CULTURE 5. Illegible Rage: Performing Femininity in Manhattan Call Girl ; Katherine Hindle 6. Empowered Vulnerability?: A Feminist Response to the Ubiquity of Sexual Violence in the Pilots of Female-Fronted Teen Drama Series; Susan Berridge 7. Against Conformity: Families, Respectability and the Representation of Gender-Nonconforming Youth of Color in Gun Hill Road and Pariah ; Natalie Havlin and Celiany Rivera-Velázquez 8. 'Money's a Bitch': Women, Gender, and the Financial Markets in Hollywood Films; Micky Lee and Monika Raesch 9. Gladiator in a Suit?: Scandal 's Olivia Pope and the Post-Identity Regulation of Physical Agency; Jennifer McClearen PART III: BECOMING MOTHER 10. Got Milk? Motherhood, Breastfeeding and (Re)domesticating Feminism; Kumarini Silva 11. Running Mother Ragged: Women and Labor in the Age of Telework; Eric Lohman 12. Infertility Blogging, Body and the Avatar; Rosemary Hepworth PART IV: FEMINISM/ACTIVISM 13. SlutWalk, Feminism and News; Kaitlynn Mendes 14. A critical reading of SlutWalk in the news: Reproducing postfeminism and whiteness; Lauren McNicol

Produktinformationen

Titel: Feminist Erasures
Untertitel: Challenging Backlash Culture
Editor:
EAN: 9781137454928
ISBN: 978-1-137-45492-8
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Soziologie
Anzahl Seiten: 280
Veröffentlichung: 20.01.2015
Jahr: 2015
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 1.5 MB