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Feminist Criminology Claire M. Renzetti, University of Dayton, USA Series: Key Ideas in Criminology

Feminist criminology grew out of the Women’s Movement of the 1970s in response to the neglect of women by, and the male dominance of, mainstream criminology. This important volume traces the development of feminist criminology and assesses its impact on the discipline. Examining the development of feminist theoretical perspectives and empirical research in criminology, this key book investigates their impact on research methods and topics, pedagogy and curriculum and employment in academic and criminal justice professions. Renzetti considers the potential for feminist criminology to transform the discipline, making it more progressive by including as a central principle the need to analyze intersecting inequalities, especially those of gender, race and class, in order to fully understand both crime and justice. She skilfully gives a balanced view of the subject, incorporating both the successes and failures of feminist criminology and provides an extensive, up-to-date bibliography which allows criminology students to access, for their own research purposes, the large body of feminist criminological literature. Selected Contents: 1. The Emergence of Feminist Criminology 2. Feminist Criminology at the Close of the Twentieth Century 3. Feminist Criminology in the Twenty-First Century 4. Assessing the Impact of Feminist Criminology in Academe 5. Assessing the Impact of Feminist Criminology in Criminal Justice Practice 6. The Future of Feminist Criminology and the Future of Criminology: Separate but Equal?

April 2011: 198 x 129: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-38143-7: £65.00 Pb: 978-0-415-38142-0: £16.99 eBook: 978-0-203-93031-1 For more information, visit:

Arab, Muslim, Woman Voice and Vision in Postcolonial Literature and Film Lindsey Moore, University of Lancaster, UK Series: Transformations


Feminism, Culture and Embodied Practice The Rhetorics of Comparison

Given a long history of representation by others, what themes and techniques do Arab Muslim women writers, filmmakers and visual artists foreground in their presentation of postcolonial experience?

Carolyn Pedwell, Carolyn Pedwell is Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies at Newcastle University, UK.

Lindsey Moore’s groundbreaking book demonstrates ways in which women appropriate textual and visual modes of representation, often in cross-fertilizing ways, in challenges to Orientalist/colonialist, nationalist, Islamist, and ‘multicultural’ paradigms. She provides an accessible but theoretically-informed analysis by foregrounding tropes of vision, visibility and voice; post-nationalist melancholia and mother/daughter narratives; transformations of ‘homes and harems’; and border crossings in time, space, language, and media. In doing so, Moore moves beyond notions of speaking or looking ‘back’ to encompass a diverse feminist poetics and politics and to emphasize ethical forms of representation and reception.

Within both feminist theory and popular culture, establishing similarities between embodied practices rooted in different cultural and geo-political contexts (e.g. ‘African’ female genital cutting and ‘Western’ cosmetic surgery) has become increasingly common as a means of countering cultural essentialism, ethnocentrism and racism.

Aran, Muslim, Woman is distinctive in the eclectic body of work that it brings together. Discussing Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, the Palestinian territories, and Tunisia, as well as postcolonial Europe, Moore argues for better integration of Arab Muslim contexts in the postcolonial canon. In a book for readers interested in women's studies, history, literature, and visual media, we encounter work by Assia Djebar, Mona Hatoum, Fatima Mernissi, Ahlam Mosteghanemi, Nawal el Saadawi, Leila Sebbar, Zineb Sedira, Ahdaf Soueif, Moufida Tlatli, Fadwa Tuqan, and many other women.. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Historical Contexts: ‘Layer After Layer’ 2. Visibility, Vision, and Voice: Algerian Women in Question (Again) 3. Melancholia in the Maghrib: Mother/Daughter Plots 4. Heterotopias: Re-Imagining Home 5. Border Crossings, Translations 2008: 234 x 156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-40416-7: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92772-4

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Feminism, Culture and Embodied Practice examines how cross cultural comparisons of embodied practices function as a rhetorical device – with particular theoretical, social and political effects - in a range of contemporary feminist texts. It asks: Why and how are cross-cultural links among these practices drawn by feminist theorists and commentators, and what do these analogies do? What knowledges, hierarchies and figurations do these comparisons produce, disrupt and/ or reify in feminist theory, and how do such effects resonate within popular culture? Taking a relational web approach that focuses on unravelling the binary threads that link specific embodied practices within a wider representational community, this book highlights how we depend on and affect one another across cultural and geo-political contexts. This book is valuable reading for undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers in Gender Studies, Postcolonial or Race Studies, Cultural and Media Studies, and other related disciplines. May 2010: 234 x 156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-49790-9: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87753-1 For more information, visit:

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Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology Maureen McNeil, Institute for Women’s Studies and CESAGen, Lancaster University, UK Series: Transformations Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology challenges the assumption that science is simply what scientists do, say, or write: it shows the multiple and dispersed makings of science and technology in everyday life and popular culture. This first major guide and review of the new field of feminist cultural studies of science and technology provides readers with an accessible introduction to its theories and methods. Documenting and analyzing the recent explosion of research which has appeared under the rubric of 'cultural studies of science and technology' it examines the distinctive features of the 'cultural turn' in science studies and traces the contribution feminist scholarship has made to this development. Interrogating the theoretical and methodological features it evaluates the significance of this distinctive body of research in the context of concern about public attitudes to science and contentious debates about public understanding of and engagement with science. Selected Contents: Section 1: Making Heroes Section 2: Telling Stories Section 3: Witnessing Spectacle 2008: 234 x 156: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-44537-5: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93832-4 For more information, visit:


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Film, Feminism and Melanie Klein:

Gender and Everyday Life


Mary Holmes, Flinders University, AU

Handbook of Identity Studies

Weird Lullabies

Series: The New Sociology

Anthony Elliott, Flinders University, Australia

Suzy Gordon, University of the West of England

Series: Routledge International Handbooks

Series: Transformations Exploring the encounter between feminism, film theory, and the psychoanalysis of Melanie Klein, this book argues for the importance of ’negativity’ as a key concept through which to develop a feminist cultural politics responsive to the violence and pessimism of a new generation of women’s films. Revisiting questions of spectatorship and subjectivity, this key text radically rethinks the significance of female destructiveness for feminism and for film theory. It examines the ways that violence shapes cinematic and psychic structures and identifications, presenting the reader with new terms for thinking about film and femininity, feminism and subjectivity. With chapters on films such as The Piano (Jane Campion 1993), Crush (Alison Maclean 1992), and Breaking the Waves (Lars von Trier 1996), this book provides a timely intervention into an enduring but controversial area of contemporary feminist theory. April 2010: 234 x 156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-39174-0: £70.00 For more information, visit:

Why are we so insistent that women and men are different? This introduction to gender provides a fascinating and genuinely readable exploration of how society divides people into feminine women and masculine men. It explores gender as a way of seeing women and men as not just biological organisms, but as people shaped by their everyday social world. Examining how gender has been understood and lived in the past; how it is understood and done differently by different cultures and groups within cultures; Mary Holmes considers the strengths and limitations of different ways of thinking and learning to ‘do’ gender. Key sociological and feminist ideas about gender are covered from Christine Pisan to Mary Wollstonecraft; from symbolic interactionism to second wave feminism through to the work of Judith Butler. The book illustrates gender with a range of familiar and contemporary examples: everything from nineteenth century fashions in China and Britain, to discussions of what Barbie can tell us about gender in America, to the lives of working women in Japan. This book will be of great use and interest to students to gender studies, sociology and feminist theory.

Selected Contents: Introduction: Gender and Everyday Life. 1. Sexed Bodies? 2. Learning and doing gender in everyday life. 3. Gendered relationships in everyday life. 4. Resisting gender in everyday life. 5. The future of gender. Conclusion: Gender, everyday life and degendering. 2008: 198 x 129: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-42348-9: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42349-6: £19.99 eBook: 978-0-203-92938-4 For more information, visit:

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Gender and Genetics Sociology of the Prenatal Kate Reed

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Series: Genetics and Society June 2011: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-55496-1: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87002-0 For more information, visit:

Much talk these days is about identity: identity and its problems, the transformation of identity, and, perhaps most fashionably, the end of identity or ‘death of the subject.’ The Handbook of Identity Studies offers a remarkably clear overview of the analysis of identity in the social sciences, and in so doing seeks to develop a new agenda for identity-studies in the twenty-first century. The key theories of identity, ranging from classical accounts to postmodern, psychoanalytic and feminist approaches, are drawn together and critically appraised. There are substantive sections looking at racial, ethnic, gendered, queer, consumerist, virtual, cosmopolitan and global identities. The Handbook also makes an essential contribution to the debate now opening up over identity-politics and its cultural consequences. From anti-globalization protestors to new ecological warriors, from devotees of therapy culture to defenders of international human rights: the culture of identity-politics is fast redefining the public political sphere. What future for politics is there after the turn to identity? Throughout there is a strong emphasis on interdisciplinarity with essays covering sociology, psychology, politics, anthropology and history. The Handbook written in a clear and direct style will appeal to a wide undergraduate audience. The extensive references and sources will direct students to areas of further study. Selected Contents: Part 1: Theories and Concepts of Identity 1. Identity: The Adventures of a Concept 2. Classical Theories of Identity 3. Sociologies of Identity 4. Feminism and Identity 5. Identity after Psychoanalysis 6. Foucaultian Approaches to Identity 7. Post-structuralist and Postmodern Theories: The Fragmentation of Identity 8. Reflexive Identities 9. Individualization 10. New Identities, New Individualism Part 2: The Analysis of Identity 11. Transformations of Working Identities: From Class-for-Life to Short-Term Contracts 12. Identity, Race, Ethnicity 13. Gendered Identities 14. Queer Identities 15. Identity in the Media Age 16. Virtual Identities 17. Consumer Identities 18. Identity in the Era of Cosmopolitanism 19. Mobile Identities 20. Global Identities Part3: Identity-Politics and Its Consequences 21. Identity-Politics: An Overview 22. Sexual Identity-Politics: Activism from Gay to Queer and Beyond 23. Environmentalism and Identity-Politics 24. Black Freedom Struggles and African American Identities 25. The Politics of Islamic Identities 26. Identity-Politics and Disability Studies 27. Indigenous Identities: From Colonialism to PostColonialism 28. The Anti-Globalization Movement 29. Identity-Politics and Human Rights 30. Identity-Politics in the Global Age Conclusion: The Future of Identities December 2010: 246 x 174: 544pp Hb: 978-0-415-55558-6: £110.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86971-0 For more information, visit:

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Protection of Sexual Minorities since Stonewall Progress and Stalemate in Developed and Developing Countries Edited by Phil C.W. Chan, National University of Singapore Discrimination and harassment on the basis of one’s sexual identity, continues to subsist, both in the law and in society. As a tribute to the courageous spirit of those who participated in the Stonewall Riot, this collection looks into the achievements, and the stalemate and obstacles that hinder them from materializing, in various countries in six different continents. This book was previously published as a special double issue of The International Journal of Human Rights. Selected Contents: Foreword Desmond M. Tutu Preface Frank Barnaby 1. Protection of sexual minorities since Stonewall: their lives, struggles, sufferings, love, and hope Phil C.W. Chan 2. Psychosocial implications of homophobic bullying in schools: a review and directions for legal research and the legal process Phil C.W. Chan 3. Fighting to fit in: gay–straight alliances in schools under United States jurisprudence Matthew T. Mercier 4. Cumulative jurisprudence and human rights: the example of sexual minorities and hate speech Eric Heinze 5. Challenging hate speech: incitement to hatred on grounds of sexual orientation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland Kay Goodall 6. Gay male rape victims: law enforcement, social attitudes and barriers to recognition Philip N.S. Rumney 7. Criminal law, public health, and governance of HIV exposure and transmission Alana Klein 8. Shared values of Singapore: sexual minority rights as Singaporean value Phil C.W. Chan 9. Keeping up with (which) Joneses: a critique of constitutional comparativism in Hong Kong and its implications for rights development Phil C.W. Chan 10. Sexual minorities and human rights in Japan: an historical perspective Mark McLelland and Katsuhiko Suganuma 11. Blackmail in Zimbabwe: troubling narratives of sexuality and human rights 12. Lost in transition: transpeople, transprejudice and pathology in Asia 13. From discretion to disbelief: recent trends in refugee determinations on the basis of sexual orientation in Australia and the United Kingdom Jenni Millbank 14. Bisexuals need not apply: a comparative appraisal of refugee law and policy in Canada, the United States, and Australia Sean Rehaag 15. Independent human rights documentation and sexual minorities: an ongoing challenge for the Canadian refugee determination process Nicole LaViolette 16. Same-sex marriage and the Irish Constitution Aisling O’Sullivan April 2010: 234 x 156: 376pp Hb: 978-0-415-41850-8: £80.00 For more information, visit:


Human Sex Trafficking Edited by Frances P. Bernat, Arizona State University, USA Human sex trafficking is believed to the most common form of modern day slavery. The victims of domestic and international sex trafficking are estimated to be in the millions. Most of these victims are female and children. They are enslaved in the commercial sex industry for little or no money. This book will explore human sex trafficking in several nations of origin and destination. This book will explore sex trafficking from the perspective that understanding its causes requires attention to global conditions while responding to it requires attention to local laws, policies and practices. Social service workers will need to understand how and why trafficking victims find it difficult to break free and why many victims will not cooperate with those persons who are attempting to assist them. This book will be useful to anti-trafficking agencies and personnel who wish to further understand the nature and extent of human sex trafficking in the U.S. and in countries of destination for sex trafficking. In addition, this book will be of use to students of human rights and social justice who want to join the effort to abolish human sex trafficking in our lifetime.

The International Social Survey Programme 1984-2009 Charting the Globe Edited by Max Haller, University of Graz, Austria., Roger Jowell, City University London, UK and Tom W Smith, NORC at the University of Chicago, USA Series: Social Research Today Cross-country comparisons are critical to a nuanced understanding of society and are central to the social sciences. For 25 years the International Social Survey Programme has profoundly influenced the development of mass comparative surveys. Now, original analyses of the findings by 35 leading academics illuminate similarities and contrasts between the attributes, attitudes and values of people living within markedly different cultures and political systems. 2009: 234 x 156: 496pp Hb: 978-0-415-49192-1: £120.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88005-0 For more information, visit:

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Men in the Lives of Young Children An international perspective Edited by Deborah Jones, Brunel University, UK and Roy Evans, Brunel University, UK This book is developed to use new research and educational thinking in order to explore the lived experiences of both fathers and men in edu-care and in addition to considers what it is to be a man in the 21st century. As such this work is pertinent, timely and responsive to issues of concern to all those professionals, policy makers and practitioners within education and family services and also to the public in general. The central purpose of the book is to contribute to the debate around key issues connected to the ways in which men can develop secure professional and familial attachments to young children for whom they have a responsibility. This book was published as a special issue of Early Child Development and Care 2009: 246 x 174: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-49704-6: £80.00 For more information, visit:


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The Languages of Sexuality

Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture

Jeffrey Weeks, London South Bank University, UK Words, Freud once wrote, are like magic. Nowhere have words been more magical than in the writing of sexuality. Through words we learn what is good or bad, pleasurable or painful, significant and insignificant. The words used about sexuality do not simply describe something out there. They help shape what sexuality is. A clearly written presentation of complex ideas, this book provides a pathway to further reading. Arranged alphabetically it is a compendium of one hundred words that are key to the understanding of contemporary sexualities and intimacies. This fascinating book becomes a personal exploration of meanings, as reflected through key words by a renowned theorist of sexuality. It is both a valuable text through which to explore individual meanings of key concepts; and part of a long-term project to investigate the fluid, shifting, ever evolving meanings of the erotic. Throughout Weeks shows how meanings change, their need to be contextualized, and how they can become ‘magical’ in the unfolding of sexual meanings. Selected Contents: A-Z of Entries. Addiction. Age. Authenticity. Autonomy. Bisexuality. Blackmail. Bodies. Bohemia. Boundaries. Care. Citizenship. Commitment. Community. Commodities. Consent. Construction. Cultures. Curiosity. Cybersex. Death. Democracy. Desire. Dirt. Disease. Drugs. Ecstasy. Equality. Eros. Essence. Experiments. Families. Fantasy. Femininity. Feminism. Fetish. Friendship. Fundamentalism. Gay. Gender. Genes. Globalisation. Heterosexuality. Homosexuality. Homophobia. Identity. Individualism. Intimacy. Jealousy. Knowledge. Lesbianism. Liberation. Love. Masculinity. Marriage. Masturbation. Metrosexuality. Movements. Needs. Orgasm. Otherness. Paedophilia. Parenting. Partnership. Panic. Performance. Perversion. Phallus. Pleasure. Polyamorous. Pornography. Prostitution. Power. Privacy. Queer. Race. Religion. Regulation. Relationships. Reproduction. Respect. Responsibility. Rights. Rites. Sadomasochism. Safety. Science. Sexuality. Sodomy. Space. Stories. Tourism. Tradition. Transgender. Transgression. Utopia. Values. Vice. Victims. Violence. Voyeurism. Words. Postscript November 2010: 234 x 156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-37572-6: £70.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37573-3: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-93032-8 For more information, visit:

Edited by David A Gerstner, City University of New York: College of Staten Island and Doctoral Faculty, Graduate Center The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture covers gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer (GLBTQ) life and culture post-1945, with a strong international approach to the subject. The scope of the work is extremely comprehensive, with entries falling into the broad categories of Dance, Education, Film, Health, Homophobia, the Internet, Literature, Music, Performance, and Politics. Slang is also covered. The international contributors come from a wide array of backgrounds: scholars, journalists, artists, doctors, scientists, lawyers, activists, and an enormous range of ideologies and points of view are represented. Major entries provide in-depth information and consider the intellectual and cultural implications of their subjects in a global context. Information is completely up-to-date, including full coverage and analysis of such current or ongoing issues as same-sex marriage/civil union and the international AIDS epidemic. Additionally, there are important appendices covering international sodomy laws and archival institutions, which will be of great value to researchers. The Encyclopedia is fully cross-referenced and many entries carry a bibliography. Where possible internet references have been given and there is a full index. The combination of its wide scope, determined international coverage and appendices make the Routledge International Encyclopedia of Queer Culture a uniquely ambitious work and an extremely rich source of information. It is a priority addition for all libraries serving scholars and students with an interest in GLBTQ culture, history and politics across the disciplines.

Safe Motherhood in a Globalized World Edited by Barbara Wejnert, University of Buffalo, USA, Suzanne K. Steinmetz, Indiana UniversityPurdue University at Indianapolis, USA and Nirupama Prakash, Birla Institute of Technology & Science, India This book provides cutting edge information on safe motherhood in a global context. The chapters focus on research, program development and implementation, and policy dealing with various aspects of pregnancy, labor and delivery. Safe motherhood is a critical issue since healthy, safe motherhood is the prerequisite for a healthy, productive society. Writing about the situation in their countries, the authors are from Eastern Europe, America, Asia and Africa and are academic scholars and health practitioners. The book is multidisciplinary with scholars from sociology, gender studies, economics, social policy, social geography, population management and political science. Topics include lactation policy and misunderstandings of lactations in African countries and in the United States; postnatal stress disorder that is either understudied or not considered as a problem in many developing countries; potential causes of a decline of maternal health in democratizing states; the effect of geographical environment on reproductive health; and revelation of mysteries of consequences of pre-birth pain in the early life of children. Case studies provide examples of successful model programs. Solutions offered are based on utilizing available resources and technology in ways that maximize education and training of local health professionals and family members. This book was published as a special issue of Marriage and Family Review. 2009: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48816-7: £80.00 For more information, visit:

Selected Contents: Dance. Ailey, Alvin. Jones, Bill T., and Zane, Arnie. Morris, Mark. Rainer, Yvonne. Urban Bush Woman. Education. African Queer Studies. Butler, Judith. CLAGS (Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies). Psychoanalysis and Academic Scholarship. Scholarship and Academic Study. glbtq. Sedgwick, Eve. Theory and Theorists. Queer. Film. Africa, South of the Sahara: Filmmaking. Amateur porn. Brocko, Lino. Caven, Ingrid. Chinese Underground Filmmaking. Cuba, filmmaking. Film festivals: Hong Kong. filmmaking: Musicals, Film. United Kingdom. Independent and documentary filmmaking. Health. AIDS. Depathologizing of Homosexuality. Electroshock Therapy. Kinsey Report. The; Pharmaceutical Companies. Seroconversion. Homophobia. Falwell, Jerry. Fanon, Frantz. Helms, Jesse. McCarthy, Joseph. Whitehouse, Mary. Internet Fan sites. Internet: Politics and activism. Internet Providers, Gay. VNS Matrix. Literature. Acker, Kathy. Black glbtq filmmaking. Brazil, Literature. Germany, Literature. Genet, Jean. New Zealand Literature. Rich, Adrienne. Woolf, Virginia. Music. ABBA. Jagger, Mick and the Rolling Stones. lang, kd. Liberace. Pet Shop Boys. Porter, Cole. Village People. Performance. Davis, Vaginal. Dyke Action Machine (DAM!). Finley, Karen. Opera. Warhol, Andy. Politics. Achmat, Zackie. Black Laundry. Daughters of Bilitis. Gay Liberation Front. Fortuyn, Pim. Frank, Barney. Indonesia, Sexual Cultures. Islamic World, The. LAMBDA Legal. Shepard, Matthew. Women’s Liberation Movement. March 2010: 246 x 174: 784pp Pb: 978-0-415-56966-8: £40.00 For more information, visit:

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Secrecy and Silence in the Research Process Feminist Reflections

Violent Femmes

Textbook 3rd Edition

Women as Spies in Popular Culture


Rosie White

Edited by Róis’n Ryan-Flood, University of Essex, UK and Rosalind Gill, The Open University

Jeffrey Weeks, London South Bank University, UK

Series: Transformations

This book explores secrecy and silence in research, situating the discussion within wider debates about gender, epistemology, methodology and ethics and drawing on the reflections of feminist scholars.

Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Interpreting and Theorising Silence 1. Choosing Silence: Rethinking Voice, Agency and Women’s Empowerment 2. Forms of Knowing and Un-knowing: Secrets about Society, Sexuality and God in Northern Kenya 3. Unknowable Secrets and Golden Silence: Reflexivity and Research on Sex Tourism 4. The Desire to Talk and Sex/Gender Related Silences in Interviews with Male Heterosexual Clients of Prostitutes 5. Silencing Accounts of Silenced Sexualities Section 2: The Unspoken in the Research Process 6. Not Telling it How it is: Secrets and Silences of a Critical Feminist Researcher 7. Critiquing Thinness and Wanting to be Thin 8. Inside ‘Doorwork’: Gendering the Security Gaze 9. Silencing Differences: The ‘Unspoken’ Dimensions of ‘Speaking for Others’ 10. Raising the Curtain on Survey Work Section 3: Silence, Secrecy and Telling Research Stories 11. Avoiding the ‘R-Word’: Racism in Feminist Collectives 12. Suppressing Intertextual Understandings: Negotiating Interviews and Analysis 13. Dirty Work: Researching Women and Sexual Representation 14. Keeping Mum: Secrecy and Silence in Research on Lesbian Parenthood 15. Silenced by Law: the Cautionary Tale of Women on the Line Section 4: Affective Dilemmas 16. Animating Hatreds: Research Encounters, Organisational Secrets, Emotional Truths 17. Secrets, Silences and Toxic Shame in the Neoliberal University 18. Silence and Secrets: Confidence in Research 19. Shameful Silences: Self-protective Secrets and Theoretical Omissions 20. Living in the Real World? What Happens when the Media covers Femenist Research 21. The Place of Secrets, Silences and Sexualities in the Research Process 2009: 234 x 156: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-45214-4: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92704-5 For more information, visit:

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Series: Key Ideas For over twenty years Sexuality has provided a cutting edge introduction to debates about sexualities, gender and intimate life. Previous editions included pioneering discussions of the historical shaping of sexuality, identity politics, the rise of fundamentalism, the social impact of AIDS, the influence of the new genetics, ‘global sex’, queer theory, ‘sex wars’, the debates about values, new patterns of intimacy, and much more. In this new edition, Jeffrey Weeks offers a thorough update of these debates, and introduces new concepts and issues. Globalization is now a key way of understanding the reshaping of sexual life, and is discussed in relation to global flows, neo-liberalism, new forms of opposition, cosmopolitanism and the heated debates around sex trafficking and sex tourism. Debates about the regulation and control of sexuality, and the intersection of various dimensions of power and domination are contextualised by a sustained argument about the importance of agency in remaking sexual and intimate life. In particular, new forms of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer politics, and the high impact of the debates about same-sex marriage are explored. These controversies in turn feed into debates about what is ‘transgressive’, ‘normal’, ‘ordinary’; into the nature of heter-normativity; and into the meanings of diversity and choice. To conclude, the book turns to questions of values and ethics, recognition, sexual citizenship and human sexual rights. This book displays the succinctness, clarity and comprehensiveness for which Jeffrey Weeks has become well known. It will appeal to a wide range of readers internationally. Selected Contents: 1. The Languages of Sex 2. The Invention of Sexuality 3. The Meanings of Sexual Difference 4. The Challenge of Diversity 5. Sexuality, Intimacy and Politics 6. Private Pleasures and Public Policies

The female spy has long exerted a strong grip on the popular imagination. With reference to popular fiction, film and television Violent Femmes examines the figure of the female spy as a nexus of contradictory ideas about femininity, power, sexuality and national identity. Fictional representations of women as spies have recurrently traced the dynamic of women’s changing roles in British and American culture. Employing the central trope of women who work as spies, Rosie White examines cultural shifts during the twentieth century regarding the role of women in the professional workplace. Violent Femmes examines the female spy as a figure in popular discourse which simultaneously conforms to cultural stereotypes and raises questions about women’s roles in British and American culture, in terms of gender, sexuality and national identity. Immensely useful for a wide range of courses such as film and television studies, English, cultural studies, women’s studies, gender studies, media studies, communications and history, this book will appeal to students from undergraduate level upwards.

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Spies, Lies and Sexual Outlaws: Male Spies in Popular Fiction 2. Femmes Fatale and British Grit: Women Spies in the First and Second World Wars 3. Dolly Birds: Female Spies in the 1960s 4. English Roses and All-American Girls: The New Avengers and The Bionic Woman 5. Nikita: From French Cinema to American Television 6. Alias: Quality Television and the Working Woman 2007: 234 x 156: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-37077-6: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37078-3: £27.99 eBook: 978-0-203-03057-8 For more information, visit:

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The World We Have Won The Remaking of Erotic and Intimate Life Jeffrey Weeks

This book explores the life changes since 1945, from welfarism to the pill and from globalization to individualization. Rejecting the cultural pessimism, it argues that this is a world we are increasingly making for ourselves, a world we have won. Selected Contents: 1. A Different World 2. Cultures of Restraint 3. The Great Transition 1: Democratization and Autonomy 4. The Great Transition 2: Regulation, Risk and Resistance 5. Chaotic Pleasures: Diversity and the New Individualism 6. The Contradictions of Contemporary Sexuality 7. Moments of Intimacy: Norms, Values and Everyday Commitments 8. Sexual Wrongs and Sexual Rights 2007: 234 x 156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-42200-0: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42201-7: £24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-95680-9

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GENDE R 2010


Women on the Line Miriam Glucksmann aka Ruth Cavendish, University of Essex

Even after nearly thirty years, this account of women’s factory lives, their juggling of work/life responsibilities, and view of the world from the bottom up, has an immediacy of the present. The new introduction reveals hidden truths and brings the political issues of the time to bear on those of today. – Polly Toynbee, The Guardian A welcome reissue of a classic feminist ethnography of work, with a fascinating new author’s introduction, which should win a new readership. Glucksmann’s focus on what would now be known as ‘intersections’ of gender, class and ethnicity explodes the myth that 1970s and 80s feminism was insensitive to diversity. – Harriet Bradley, University of Bristol Women on the Line is a pioneering ethnographic classic of the world of work in a British motor components factory. Miriam Glucksmann (aka Ruth Cavendish), a well-known contributor to the study of gender, work and employment, is for the first time revealed as the author, along with the identity of the company, product and factory.

Recording the experience of migrant women from Ireland, the Caribbean, and the Indian subcontinent with the immediacy of a diary, this is a unique account from an observing participant of the daily routines of repetitive work, a strike led by women from below, and the temporalities of work, home, children and leisure. Glucksmann’s vivid narrative of life on the assembly line is combined with an analysis of the intersections of gender, ethnicity and class that prefigures subsequent theoretical advances. This edition contains a new introduction situating the book in contemporary debates and developments and includes original photographs taken on the shop floor at the time. Selected Contents: Introduction to 2008 edition: From experience to reflection: changes and continuities in women’s work Preface to 1982 edition: Freedom of speech 1. A Factory Job 2. The Company 3. Jobs on the Line 4. Getting to know the Women 4.1 Arlene 4.1 Rosemary 4.3 Together on the Line 4.4 Anna 4.5 Josey 4.6 Life Outside 5. The division of Labour 6. The dictatorship of Production 6.1 Speed up 6.2 Control of the Line 6.3 Doing Time 6.4 Physical Survival 7. Bonus and Wages 8. The Union and the Dispute 8.1 The Union 8.2 The Dispute Starts 8.3 The Main Assembly Slows Down 8.4 Suspension – the Other Manual Workers Join Us 8.5 Women in the Machine Shop 8.6 Divided and Defeated 8.7 Return to Work 9. What to Make of It? 2009: 216 x 138: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-47641-6: £70.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47642-3: £17.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88383-9 For more information, visit:



Working with Affect in Feminist Readings

The Body

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies

A Reader

Original Essays and Interviews

Disturbing Differences

Edited by Mariam Fraser and Monica Greco

Edited by Marianne Liljeström, University of Turku, Finland and Susanna Paasonen, Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki

Series: Routledge Student Readers

Edited by Steven Seidman, Nancy Fischer and Chet Meeks

Series: Transformations Affect has become something of a buzzword in cultural and feminist theory during the past decade. References to affect, emotions and intensities abound, their implications in terms of research practices have often remained less manifest. Working with Affect in Feminist Readings: Disturbing Differences explores the place and function of affect in feminist knowledge production in general and in textual methodology in particular. With an international group of contributors from studies of history, media, philosophy, culture, ethnology, art, literature and religion, the volume investigates affect as the dynamics of reading, as carnal encounters and as possibilities for the production of knowledge. Working with Affect in Feminist Readings asks what exactly are we doing when working with affect, and what kinds of ethical, epistemological and ontological issues this involves. Not limiting itself to descriptive accounts, the volume takes part in establishing new ways of understanding feminist methodology. February 2010: 234 x 156: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-48139-7: £90.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88592-5 For more information, visit:

The body has become an increasingly significant concept in recent years and this Reader offers a stimulating overview of the main topics, perspectives and theories surrounding the issue. This broad consideration of the body presents an engagement with a range of social concerns, from the processes of racialization to the vagaries of fashion and performance art, enacted as surgery on the body. Individual sections cover issues such as: • the body and social (dis)order • bodies and identities • bodily norms • bodies in health and dis-ease • bodies and technologies.

Containing an extensive critical introduction, contributions from key figures such as Butler, Sedgwick, Martin Scheper-Huges, Haraway and Gilroy, and a series of introductions summarizing each section, this Reader offers students a valuable practical guide and a thorough grounding in the fascinating topic of the body. 2004: 246 x 174: 368pp Pb: 978-0-415-34008-3: £26.99 Hb: 978-0-415-34009-6: £90.00 For more information, visit:

Breaking new ground, both substantively and stylistically, this book offers students, academics and researchers an accessible, engaging introduction and overview of this emerging field. Its central premise is to explore the social character of sexuality, the role of social differences such as race or nationality in creating sexual variation, and the ways sex is entangled in relations of power and inequality. Through this novel approach the field of sexuality is therefore considered, for the first time, in multicultural, global, and comparative terms and from a truly social perspective. This important volume consists of over fifty short and original essays on the key topics and themes in sexuality studies, and interviews with twelve leading scholars in the field which convey some of the most innovative work being done. Each contribution is original and conveys the latest thinking and research in writing that is clear and that uses examples to illustrate key points. This topical and timely volume will be an invaluable resource to all those with an interest in sexuality studies.

Select Contents: General Introduction  Part 1: Sex as a Social Fact  Part 2: Sexual Meanings  Part 3: Sexual Bodies and Behaviors  Part 4: Sexual Identities  Part 5: Sexual Institutions and Sexual Commerce  Part 6: Sexual Cultures  Part 7: Sexual Regulation and Inequality  Part 8: Sexual Politics  2006: 246 x 174: 512pp Pb: 978-0-415-39900-5: £27.99 For more information, visit:

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Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture Edited by Rosemarie Buikema, Utrecht University and Iris van der Tuin, Utrecht University

’Doing Gender in Media, Art, and Culture’ is an indispensable introduction to third wave feminism and contemporary gender studies. It is international in scope, multidisciplinary in method, and transmedial in coverage. It shows how far feminist theory has come since Simone de Beauvoir’s Second Sex and marks out clearly how much still needs to be done.’ – Hayden White, Professor of Historical Studies, Emeritus, University of California, and Professor of Comparative Literature, Stanford University, US ’Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture’ achieves the impossible. Miraculously, it brings together an impressive range of material, a sensitivity to multiple histories, a refreshingly innovative approach and a practical usefulness for students.’ – Professor Mary Eagleton, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK ’Doing Gender in Media, Art, and Culture’ offers student and researchers in gender and media studies a clear and lucid overview of recent trends in theory and analysis. This vibrant, wide-ranging and brilliantly researched collection of essays is essential reading for anyone wanting an accessible but sophisticated guide to the very latest issues and concepts in cultural theory. It gathers the very best recent work of the field and provides a useful mapping of an increasingly complex terrain.’

– Professor Claire Colebrook, University of Edinburgh, UK ‘Expanding the trope of the warrior woman to bring Peter Pan into contiguity with Simone de Beauvoir, Sophocles’s Antigone with border poet and theorist Gloria Anzaldua, the early Christian martyr Dympna with rock star Madonna, this volume offers a rousing introduction to Women’s Studies. Not since Judy Chicago’s epic installation, ‘The Dinner Party’ has such a powerfully thought-provoking group (including historical figures Sarah Bartmann, Phoolan Devi, and Florence Nightingale as well as Mary Magdelene and virtual heroine Lara Croft) been assembled in the same space, sparking new lines of thought, while richly acknowledging women’s intellectual and spiritual histories.’. – Prof. Marguerite Waller, University of California, Riverside, US Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture is an introductory text for students specialising in gender studies. The truly interdisciplinary and intergenerational approach bridges the gap between humanities and the social sciences, and it showcases the academic and social context in which gender studies has evolved. Complex contemporary phenomena such as globalisation, neo-liberalism and ‘fundamentalism’ are addressed that stir up new questions relevant to the study of culture. This vibrant and wide-ranging collection of essays is essential reading for anyone in need of an accessible but sophisticated guide to the very latest issues and concepts within gender studies. ’Doing Gender in Media, Art, and Culture’ is an indispensable introduction to third wave feminism and contemporary gender studies. It is international in scope, multidisciplinary in method, and transmedial in coverage. It shows how far feminist theory has come since Simone de Beauvoir’s Second Sex and marks out clearly how much still needs to be done.’ – Hayden White, Professor of Historical Studies, Emeritus, University of California, and Professor of Comparative Literature, Stanford University, US Selected Table of Contents: Introduction  Part 1: Debates 1. The Arena of Feminism: Simone de Beauvoir and the History of Feminism 2. The Arena of the Body: The Cyborg and Feminist Views on Biology 3. The Arena of Knowledge: Antigone and Feminist Standpoint Thinking 4. The Arena of Disciplines: Gloria Anzaldúa and Interdisciplinarity 5. The Arena of Imaginings: Sarah Bartmann and the Ethics of Representation 6. The Arena of the Colony: Phoolan Devi and Postcolonial Critique 7. The Arena of Sexuality: the Tomboy and Queer Studies  Part 2: Disciplines 8. Madonna’s Crucifixion and the Woman’s Body in Feminist Theology 9. The Rising of Mary Magdalene in Feminist Art History 10. Cindy Sherman Confronting Feminism and (Fashion) Photography 11. Peter Pan’s Gender and Feminist Theatre Studies 12. Lara Croft, Kill Bill and the Battle for Theory in Feminist Film Studies 13. Hacking Barbie in Feminist New Media Studies 14. Gender, history and the Politics of Florence Nightingale 15. Hélène Swarth and the Construction of Masculinity in Literary Criticism  Part 3: Food for Thought 16. Dympna and the Figuration of the Woman Warrior 2009: 246 x 174: 304pp Pb: 978-0-415-49383-3: £23.99 Hb: 978-0-415-49382-6: £85.00 For more information, visit:

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Social Sciences The Big Issues

The Politics of Gender A Survey

Kath Woodward, The Open University, UK

Edited by Yoke-Lian Lee

This new title in the Politics of Gender series will address the major theme of the politics of gender. Chapters on a variety of issues, contributed by experts in the field of gender, will include Human Trafficking and EU Law, Gender in International Relations, the Gender Politics of Philosphy/Political Theory, the Construction of Masculinity in Hollywood Movies, the Politics of Law, and the Politics of Mainstreaming Gender in the Peace and Security Agenda of the African Union.

Social Sciences: The Big Issues offers an introduction to contemporary debates in the social sciences and to what matters to people in everyday life. In a world which may appear to be changing at a faster rate than at any time in history, how can the social sciences help us to understand what is happening? Select Contents:

Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Identity Matters: Us and Them 1. What do we mean by Identity? 2. Changing Media, Changing Messages 3. Embodied Identities 4. Buying and Selling; Material Identities 5. Where Do You Come From?  Part 3: Citizenship and Social Order 6. Who is a Citizen? What does Citizenship Mean? 7. Weighing Up the Argument 8. The Challenge of Other Arguments 9. Taking Action 10. Thinking Again About Evaluation  Part 4: Buying and Selling 11. Processes of Production and Consumption 12. Consumer Society? 13. Where is the Power?  Part 5: We Live in a Material World 14. What a Load of Rubbish 15. Waste as Disvalued 16. Inequalitites and Material Effects 16. Material Culture  Part 6: Mobilities, Race and Place 17. Mobilities and Diaspora 18. Place 19. Place and Race  Part 7: Globaliszation; Opportunities and Inequalities 20. Different Worlds 21. Globalization 22. Movement of People; Migration 23. Different Views; Weighing up the Arguments  Part 8: Conclusion August 2009: 234 x 156: 216pp Pb: 978-0-415-46660-8: £19.99 Hb: 978-0-415-46666-5: £70.00 For more information, visit:

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An A–Z glossary will offer supplementary information on key terms, with entries including abortion, Commission on the Status of Women, ecofeminism, equal access, human rights, migration, population control, and sex tourism. March 2010 | Hb: 978-1-85743-493-4: £130.00

GENDE R 2010


Emotions A Social Science Reader Edited by Monica Greco, Goldsmiths College, London, UK and Paul Stenner, University of Brighton

Gender A Sociological Reader Stevi Jackson and Sue Scott

Series: Routledge Student Readers

Are emotions becoming more conspicuous in contemporary life? Are the social sciences undergoing an an ‘affective turn’? This Reader gathers influential and contemporary work in the study of emotion and affective life from across the range of the social sciences. Drawing on both theoretical and empirical research, the collection offers a sense of the diversity of perspectives that have emerged over the last thirty years from a variety of intellectual traditions. Its wide span and trans-disciplinary character is designed to capture the increasing significance of the study of affect and emotion for the social sciences, and to give a sense of how this is played out in the context of specific areas of interest. The volume is divided into four main parts:

The first gender reader in UK to focus on sociological perspectives, this book offers students an informed overview of some of the most significant sociological work on gender produced over the last three decades. Introduction: The Gendering of Sociology. Part 1: Gender and Knowledge Part 2: Class, Gender and the

Labour Market Part 3: Paid and Unpaid Work Part 4: Marriage and Intimate Relationships Part 5: Becoming Gendered Part 6: Gendered Embodiment 2001 PB: 978-0-415-20180-3: £27.99 HB: 978-0-415-20179-7: £100.00

• universals and particulars of affect

Cultures of Masculinity

• embodying affect

Tim Edwards, University of Leicester, UK

• political economies of affect

• affect, power and justice. Each main part comprises three sections dedicated to substantive themes, including emotions, history and civilization; emotions and culture; emotions selfhood and identity; emotions and the media; emotions and politics; emotions, space and place, with a final section dedicated to themes of compassion, hate and terror. Each of the twelve sections begins with an editorial introduction that contextualizes the readings and highlights points of comparison across the volume. Cross-national in content, the collection provides an introduction to the key debates, concepts and modes of approach that have been developed by social scientist for the study of emotion and affective life. Select Contents: Introduction: Emotion and Social Science Part 1: Universals and Particulars of Affect. Emotions, History and Civilization.  Emotions and Culture.  Emotions and Society  Part 2: Embodying Affect.  Emotions, Selfhood and Identity.  Emotions, Space and Place.  Emotions and Health  Part 3: Political Economies of Affect.  Emotions in Work and Organizations.  Emotions, Economics and Consumer Culture.  Emotions and the Media  Part 4: Affect, Power and Justice.  Emotions and Politics.  Emotions and Law.  Compassion, Hate, and Terror 

Presenting a survey of the social, cultural and theoretical issues surrounding our understanding of masculinity, this book is one of the most progressive studies available and will be essential reading for students of gender, culture and sociology. 1. 'Crisis, What Crisis?' Sex Roles Revisited 2. Feminism: Men and Feminism

3. Violence and Violation: Masculinity, Sex and Power 4. On the Other Side of the Mirror I: Masculinity and Homosexuality 5. On the Other Side of the Mirror II: Masculinity, Race and Ethnicity 6. 'I Feel a Little Queer': Masculinity and Performativity 7. The Spectacle of the Male: Masculinity at the Cinema 8. Automechanics: Masculinity, Methodology and Postmodernity 2005 PB: 978-0-415-28481-3: £26.99 HB: 978-0-415-28480-6: £90.00

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