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Women’s Studies: The Basics Bonnie Smith, Rutgers University, USA

Transforming Scholarship

Series: The Basics

A Practical Guide to Women’s and Gender Studies

Series: Contemporary Sociological Perspectives

Women’s Studies: The Basics is an accessible introduction into the ever expanding and increasingly relevant field of studies focused on women. Tracing the history of the discipline from its origins, this text sets out the main agendas of women’s studies and feminism, exploring the global development of the subject over time, and highlighting its relevance in the contemporary world. Reflecting the diversity of the field, core themes include:

• the interdisciplinary nature of women’s studies

Michele T. Berger, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA and Cheryl Radeloff, Minnesota State University, USA Transform Scholarship is a user friendly guide of practical guidance and inspiration for supporting a student’s interest in a Women’s Studies degree. It focuses on three of the major barriers students face when exploring Women’s Studies. The first is a lack of awareness that Women’s Studies constitutes an academic field. The second barrier is the negative response a student often faces when announcing to the world that he or she is interested in Women’s Studies. The third barrier regards the perceived lack of employment and career options of graduating with a Women’s Studies degree. This book will support students to think critically about what they know, how to demonstrate what they know, and how to prepare for life both personally and professionally after the degree.

Selected Contents: 1. A Degree of One’s Own: What is this Thing Called Women’s Studies? 2. ’You Want to Major in What?’-How to Talk about Women’s Studies 3. ’Claiming an Education’: Tips for Navigating Your Training in Women’s Studies 4. Assessing Core Competencies in Women’s Studies 5. Dreaming about the Future 6. Living the Dream: 8 profiles of Women’s Studies Graduates 7. Preparing for Your Transition 8. You’re in the Real World. Now What? January 2011: 6 x 9: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-87327-7: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-87328-4: $29.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415873284

• core feminist theories and the feminist agenda • issues of intersectionality: women, race, class and gender • women, sexuality and the body • global perspectives on the study of women • the relationship between women’s studies and gender studies. Providing a firm foundation for all those new to the subject, this book is valuable reading for undergraduates and postgraduates majoring in women’s studies and gender studies, and all those in related disciplines seeking a helpful overview for women-centred, subject specific courses. Selected Contents: 1. The Invention of Women’s Studies 2. Interdisciplinarity 3. Intersectionality: Race, Class and Gender 4. The Global Agenda 5. Gender Studies vs. Women’s Studies 6. Feminist Theories 7. Sexuality, Queers and Bodies 8. Classroom Process and Political Activism 9. The Future of Women’s Studies April 2012: 5-1/4 x 7-3/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-60941-8: $90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-60944-9: $19.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415609449

Gender and Everyday Life Mary Holmes, Flinders University, AU Series: The New Sociology

Women and men are more alike than we might think. In this accessible and enthusiastic introduction Mary Holmes explains how sociological approaches to gender can help us understand how and why everyday life is often so different for women and men, despite their similarities.

Making Transnational Feminism Rural Women, NGO Activists, and Northern Donors in Brazil Millie Thayer, University if Massachusetts, Amherst, USA Series: Perspectives on Gender

”...this is a rich, interesting and well-crafted study. It is extremely readable, accessible to students, and a critical resource for for scholars of Latin American social movements, transnational feminisms, global civil society, and the transnational networks of non-governmental organizations. It will be of interest to students across the disciplines of anthropology, sociology, politics, geography and women’s studies.” – The Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol. 35, No. 2, 2010 This ethnographic study examines the transnational relations among feminist movements at the end of the twentieth century, exploring two differently situated women’s organizations in the Northeast Brazilian state of Pernambuco. The conventional narrative of globalization tells the story of inexorable forces beyond the capacity of individuals to mute or transcend. But this study tells a different story, one of social actors purposefully weaving cross-border relationships. From this vantage point, global social forces are not immaculately conceived. Instead, they are constituted by human actors with their own interests and identities, located in particular social contexts. This book takes what some have called ”global civil society” as its object, moving beyond both dire predictions and euphoric celebrations to understand how transnational political relationships are constructed and sustained across social and geographical divides. It also provides a compelling case study for use in advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in globalization, gender studies, and social movements.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Re-Reading Globalization from Northeast Brazil 2. Traveling Feminisms: From Embodied Women to Gendered Citizenship 3. The Leverage of the Local: Political Negotiations in a Global Sphere 4. Feminists and Funding: Plays of Power in a Social Movement Market 5. Conclusion: Defending the Endangered Public. Methodological Appendix: Transnational Feminism as Field – Power, Solidarity and the Researcher 2009: 6 x 9: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-96212-4: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-96213-1: $35.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86988-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415962131

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Global Gender Research

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Transnational Perspectives

Gender Circuits

Gender Pluralism

Edited by Christine Bose and Minjeong Kim, both at University at Albany, USA

Bodies and Identities in a Technological Age

Southeast Asia Since Early Modern Times

Eve Shapiro, University of Connecticut, USA

Michael G. Peletz, Emory University, USA

Series: Contemporary Sociological Perspectives

Series: Perspectives on Gender

This volume provides an in-depth comparative picture of the current state of feminist sociological gender and women’s studies research in four regions of the world – Africa, Asia, Latin America/ Caribbean, and Europe – as represented by many countries. The introductory essay to each region explains how social science research on women and/or gender issues has been shaped by economics, politics, and culture, and by trends that are simultaneously local, regional and global. It familiarizes readers with the wide range of salient issues, research methods, writing styles, and leading authors from around the globe. Then each regional section includes up to four chapters on gender research in specific countries that represent the region’s diversity and cover the major theoretical and empirical trends that have emerged over time, as well as the relationship of key research questions to feminist activism and women’s or gender studies. Next, the editors illustrate this new wave of gender scholarship with translated/reprinted samples of research articles from additional countries in the region, that cover a wide range of important global topics – such as work, sexuality, masculinities, childcare and family issues, religion, violence, law and gender policies. Finally, this volume provides scholars with extensive bibliographies and a listing of websites for women’s and gender research centers in eighty-five countries. Readers will learn to compare and contrast the threads of similarity and strands of difference in feminist concerns globally, gain familiarity with the breadth of gender research, and understand the national contexts that produced it.

Selected Contents: 1. Africa 2. Asia and the Middle East 3. Latin America and the Caribbean 4. Europe 2009: 7 3/8 x 9 1/4: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-95269-9: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95270-5: $54.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415952705

Gender Circuits explores the impact of new technologies on the gendered lives of individuals through substantive sociological analysis and in-depth case studies. Examining the complex intersections between gender ideologies, social scripts, information and biomedical technologies, and embodied identities, this book explores whether and how new technologies are reshaping what it means to be a gendered person in contemporary society.

Selected Contents: 1. A Social History of Technology and Gender 2. Information Technologies and Gendered Identity Work 3. New Biomedical Technologies, New Scripts, New Genders February 2010: 6 x 9: 248pp Hb: 978-0-415-99695-2: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99696-9: $31.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415996969

The Womanist Reader The First Quarter Century of Womanist Thought Layli Phillips

Comprehensive in its coverage, The Womanist Reader is the first volume to anthologize the major works of womanist scholarship. Charting the course of womanist theory from its genesis as Alice Walkerís African-American feminism, through Chikwenye Okonjo Ogunyemiís African womanism and Clenora Hudson-Weemsí Africana womanism, to its present-day expression as a global, anti-oppressionist perspective rooted in the praxis of everyday women of color, this interdisciplinary reader traces the rich and diverse history of a quarter century of womanist thought. Featuring selections from over a dozen disciplines by top womanist scholars from around the world, plus several critiques of womanism, an extensive bibliography of womanist sources, and the first ever systematic treatment of womanist thought on its own terms, Layli Phillips has assembled a unique and groundbreaking compilation.

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This book examines three big ideas: difference, legitimacy, and pluralism. Of chief concern is how people construe and deal with variation among fellow human beings. Why under certain circumstances do people embrace even sanctify differences, or at least begrudgingly tolerate them, and why in other contexts are people less receptive to difference, sometimes overtly hostile to it and bent on its eradication? What are the cultural and political conditions conducive to the positive valorization and acceptance of difference? And, conversely, what conditions undermine or erode such positive views and acceptance? This book examines pluralism in gendered fields and domains in Southeast Asia since the early modern era, which historians and anthropologists of the region commonly define as the period extending roughly from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Gender Pluralism and Transgender Practices in Early Modern Times 3. Temporary Marriage, Connubial Commerce, and Colonial Body Politics 4. Transgender Practices, Same-Sex Relations, and Gender Pluralism Since the 1960s 5. Gender, Sexuality, and Body Politics at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century Epilogue: Asylum, Diaspora, Pluralism 2009: 6 x 9: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-93160-1: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-93161-8: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88004-3 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415931618

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Judith Butler

Iris Murdoch, Gender and Philosophy

Sexual Politics, Social Change and the Power of the Performative

Sabina Lovibond, Worcester College, Oxford, UK Iris Murdoch was one of the best-known philosophers and novelists of the post-war period. Her leanings towards feminism can be detected in some of her most famous novels, but her philosophy suggests an ambivalence about sexual equality. In this book, Sabina Lovibond explores the tangled and controversial issue of Murdoch’s stance towards gender and feminism. Lovibond analyses Murdoch’s most famous novels and her key philosophical works, exploring themes such as philosophy and literature; the Platonic struggle in much of her philosophy; theories of education and articulacy; and the clash between religious and secular ethics. She argues that many of these issues need to be set against the greater context of a ”social imaginary” in which Murdoch’s work takes place. The first book to properly explore Murdoch and gender, Iris Murdoch, Gender and Philosophy is essential reading for anyone interested in Murdoch’s writing, and debates in feminist philosophy and gender studies. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: A Woman Philosopher: Why Not? 1. The Prophet 2. Introducing Iris Murdoch 3. Murdoch and Feminism: First Thoughts 4. Imagining the Philosopher 5. Murdoch the Platonist 6. Sages and Charlatans 7. Socially Defective ”Knowledge” 8. Women as Interlopers 9. Homage to the Male 10. Female Epistemic Dishonour 11. Discipline and Autonomy in Murdoch’s Ethics 12. The Story of M and D Part 2: The Simone Weil Factor 13. Attention and Obedience 14. Unselfing 15. Murdoch, Weil and Liberalism 16. ”The Whole Cannot be Saved” 17. Charity or Militancy? 18. The Thinker as Individual 19. Not Required: The Collective Interrogation of Consciousness 20. The Unexamined Life 21. The Problem of Authority Part 3: Men, Women and Learning: Case Studies in the Fiction of Iris Murdoch 22. Under the Net 23. A Severed Head 24. A Fairly Honourable Defeat 25. An Accidental Man 26. Nuns and Soldiers 27. The Philosopher’s Pupil 28. The Book and the Brotherhood 29. The Message to the Planet Part 4: ”What is she Afraid of?” 30. Decreation: A Woman’s Place 31. A Shock to the System 32. Feminine Masochism 33. Paths to the Divine 34. Asceticism and Gender 35. The Erosion of Authority 36. Religion through Thick and Thin? 37. The Negative Moment 38. Vertical and Horizontal 39. Some Emotional Baggage 40. Afterthoughts. Notes. Bibliography March 2011: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-42998-6: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42999-3: $31.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415429993

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Gill Jagger, University of Hull, UK

This key book provides a comprehensive introduction to Judith Butler’s work, plus a critical examination of it and its precursors, both feminist (including Simone de Beauvoir, Monique Wittig, Julia Kristeva and Luce Irigaray), and non-feminist (including Erving Goffman, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan, and Jacques Derrida). The volume covers such topics as:

Women, Science, and Technology A Reader in Feminist Science Studies Edited by Mary Wyer and Hatice Ozturk, both at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA Mary Barbercheck, Pennsylvania State University, USA Donna Giesman Cookmeyer, Duke University, USA and Marta Wayne, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

Essential for any educator conerned about gender equity in higher education because it explores the rich selection of topics that could/should be a part of the curriculum.

• gender as performance and performativity • sociological notions of performance • the materiality of the body and the role of biology • power, identity and social regulation • subjectivity, agency and feminist political practice. A comprehensive introduction to Butler’s work, this book also covers melancholia and gender identity, hate speech, pornography and ”race”, social change and transformation, and Butler’s shifting relation to psychoanalysis. Clearly laid out to cover key themes for a student audience, this key text will be an essential read for undergraduates in the fields of gender, psychoanalysis and sociology. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Gender as Performance and Performative 2. Body Matters: From Construction to Materialization 3. Performativity, Subjection and the Possibility of Agency 4. The Politics of the Performative: Hate Speech, Pornography and ‘Race’ 5. Beyond Identity Politics: Gender, Transgender and Sexual Difference. Conclusion 2008: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-21974-7: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-21975-4: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93190-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415219754

Judith Butler in Conversation

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When Sex Became Gender Shira Tarrant Series: Perspectives on Gender 2006: 6 x 9: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-95346-7: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95347-4: $36.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415953474

Disposable Women and Other Myths of Global Capitalism Melissa Wright

Analyzing the Texts and Talk of Everyday Life

Series: Perspectives on Gender

Bronwyn Davies

2006: 6 x 9: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-95144-9: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95145-6: $39.95

2007: 6 x 9: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-95653-6: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95654-3: $35.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415956543

Men Speak Out Views on Gender, Sex, and Power Edited by Shira Tarrant 2007: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-95656-7: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95657-4: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93506-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415956574

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The Caveman Mystique Pop-Darwinism and the Debates Over Sex, Violence, and Science Martha McCaughey 2007: 6 x 9: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-93474-9: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-93475-6: $35.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415934756

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Women and Housing

Women in China’s Muslim Northwest

Women’s Movements in Asia

Gender, Social Hierarchy and Ethnicity

Feminisms and Transnational Activism

Ayxem Ali

Edited by Mina Roces and Louise Edwards

Series: ASAA Women in Asia Series

An International Analysis Edited by Patricia Kennett, University of Bristol, UK and Kam-Wah Chan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Series: Housing and Society In the context of contemporary economic, political, social and cultural transformations this book brings together contributions from developed and emerging societies in Europe, the USA and East Asia in order to highlight the nature, extent and impact of these changes on the housing opportunities of women. The collection seeks to contribute to comparative housing debates by highlighting the gendered nature of housing processes, locating these processes within wider structured and institutionalized relations of power, and to show how these socially constructed relationships are culturally contingent, and manifest and transform over time and space. The international contributors draw on a wide range of empirical evidence relating to labor market participation, wealth distribution, family formation and education to demonstrate the complexity and gendered nature of the interlocking arenas of production, reproduction and consumption and the implications for the housing opportunities of women in different social contexts. Worldwide examples are drawn from Australia, China, Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, and the USA. December 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-54895-3: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-54897-7: $60.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415548977

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Women in the Hindu Tradition Rules, Roles and Exceptions Mandakranta Bose, University of British Columbia, Canada Series: Routledge Hindu Studies This book accounts for the origin and evolution of the nature and roles of women within the Hindu belief system. It explains how the idea of the goddess has been derived from Hindu philosophical ideas and texts of codes of conduct and how particular models of conduct for mortal women have been created. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Gendered Divinity: Goddesses in the Hindu Tradition 3. Shaping Women’s lives: The Role of Ancient Hindu Texts 4. Women Poets of Hinduism 5. Sanctuary: Women and Home Worship 6. Conclusion

This book focuses on Kashgar, an ancient city in south-western Xinjiang. It examines how the Kashgar women in different social strata have expressed their ethnic and gendered identities in the context of Islamic traditions, the resurgence of Islam, and the shifting policies of the Chinese government over the last fifty years. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Demographic Encroachment and Kashgar, the City 3. Gender, Religion and the Contestation of Public Space 4. Marriage, Fertility and Family Planning in Kashgar 5. Ethnic Integration and Education 6. Conclusion: Negotiation, Resistance and Future Perspective April 2011: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-55712-2: $130.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415557122

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Overcoming Objectification A Carnal Ethics Ann J. Cahill, Elon University, USA Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society Objectification is a foundational concept in feminist theory, used to analyze such disparate social phenomena as sex work, representation of women’s bodies, and sexual harassment. In this work, Ann J. Cahill argues that the notion should be abandoned by feminist theorists due to its reliance on outdated philosophical assumptions, such as the centrality of autonomy and rationality to both subjectivity and ethics. Instead, she suggests working towards an ethics of sexuality based upon the recognition of difference. Selected Contents: 1. Troubling Objectification 2. Derivatization 3. Masculine Sex Objects 4. Unsexed Women 5. Objectification and/in Sex Work 6. Sexual Violence and Objectification. Conclusion: Feeling Bodies December 2010: 6 x 9: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-88288-0: $95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-83584-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882880

Women’s Movements in Asia is a comprehensive study of women’s activism across Asia. With chapters written by leading international experts, it provides a full overview of the history of feminism, as well as the current context of the women’s movement in twelve countries: the Philippines, China, Indonesia, Japan, Burma, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Korea, India and Pakistan. This breadth of coverage, together with suggestions for further reading and watching, and an integrated cross-national timeline makes Women’s Movements in Asia ideal for use on courses looking at women and feminism in Asia. It will appeal both to students and specialists in the fields of gender, women’s and Asian studies.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Women’s Movements from the Asian Perspective Mina Roces 2. Feminism and the Women’s Movement in the World’s Largest Islamic Nation Sue Blackburn 3. Rethinking ”the Filipino Woman”: A Century of Women’s Activism in the Philippines Mina Roces 4. Chinese Feminism in a Transnational Frame: Between Internationalism and Xenophobia Louise Edwards 5. Transnational Networks and Localized Campaigns: The Women’s Movement in Singapore Lenore Lyons 6. Crossing Boundaries: Transnational Feminisms in Twentieth Century Japan Barbara Molony 7. Feminism, Buddhism and Transnational Women’s Movements in Thailand Monica Lindberg Falk 8. Following the Trail of the Fairy-Bird: The Search for a Uniquely Vietnamese Women’s Movement Alessandra Chiricosta 9. The Hong Kong Women’s Movement: Towards a Politics of Difference and Diversity Adelyn Lim 10. Military Rule, Religious Fundamentalism, Women Empowerment and Feminism in Pakistan Andrea Fleschenberg 11. Mapping a Hundred Years of Activism: Women’s Movements in Korea Seung-kyung Kim and Kyounghee Kim 12. ”Riding a Buffalo Across a Muddy Field”: Heuristic Approaches to Feminism in Cambodia Trudy Jacobsen 13. Rights Talk and the Feminist Movement in India Sumi Madhok May 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48702-3: $170.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48703-0: $41.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415487030

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Race and Ethnicity

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Muslim Women and Sport

Gender and Rurality

Edited by Tansin Benn and Haifaa Jawad, both at University of Birmingham, UK, Gertrud Pfister, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Lia Bryant, University of South Australia, Australia and Barbara Pini, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

Series: Routledge Studies in Physical Education and Youth Sport

Series: Routledge International Studies of Women and Place

2nd Edition

The book presents an overview of current research into constructs of gender, the role of religion and the importance of situation, and looks closely at what Islam has to say about women’s participation in sport and what Muslim women have to say about their participation in sport. It highlights the challenges and opportunities for women in sport in both Muslim and non-Muslim countries, utilising a series of extensive case-studies in various countries which invite the readers to conduct cross-cultural comparisons. Material on Iraq, Palestine and Bosnia and Herzegovina provides rare insights into the impact of war on sporting activities for women. The book also seeks to make important recommendations for improving access to sport for girls and women from Muslim communities.

This book uses empirical examples from a range of research projects undertaken by the authors as well as illustrations from work in the Australasia region, Europe and the United States to explore gender and rurality and their relation to sexuality, ethnicity, class and (dis)ability.

Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment

July 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-49076-4: $150.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88063-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415490764

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Sport and Its Female Fans Edited by Kim Toffoletti and Peter Mewett, both at Deakin University, Australia Series: Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society Why do women follow sports? How do they participate from the sidelines and what is the significance of this contribution? What can female fandom tell us about gender relations in sport? This book explores these and related questions by bringing together the varied strands of research being conducted internationally across the social sciences and humanities on this emerging and topical field. December 2011: 6 x 9: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-88381-8: $105.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415883818

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Gender, Indigeneity, and Rurality 3. Gender, Ethnicities, and Rurality 4. Gender, Class, and Rurality 5. Gender, Heterosexuality, and Rurality 6. Gender, Disability, and Rurality 7. Gender, Aging, and Rurality 8. Conclusion July 2010: 6 x 9: 206pp Hb: 978-0-415-48899-0: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415488990

Gender and Diversity in the Middle East and North Africa Edited by Zahia Smail Salhi, University of Leeds, UK This book aims to highlight the dynamics of gender relations and the diversity which characterises the lives of Middle Eastern and North African women. This book was published as a special issue of the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Gender and Diversity in the Middle East and North Africa Zahia Smail Salhi 2. Masculinity in Crisis: The Case of Palestinians in Israel Amalia Sa’ar and Taghreed Yahia-Younis 3. The Central Role of the Family Law in the Moroccan Feminist Movement Fatima Sadiqi 4. Steps to the Integration of Moroccan Women in Development Moha Ennaji 5. Gender Equality in Tunisia Amel Grami 6. Party Politics of the AKP (2002–2007) and the Predicaments of Women at the Intersection of the Westernist, Islamist and Feminist Discourses in Turkey Ayse Gunes Ayata and Fatma Tutuncu 7. Women and Media in Saudi Arabia: Rhetoric, Reductionism and Realities Naomi Sakr 8. Iraqi Women and Gender Relations: Redefining Difference Nadje Al-Ali 9. The Discursive Occupation of Afghanistan Anila Daulatzai 10. Gender, Citizenship and Political Agency in Lebanon Lina Khatib 11. Gender and Violence in Algeria: Women’s Resistance against the Islamist Femicide Zahia Smail Salhi February 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-54975-2: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415549752

Black Feminist Thought Patricia Hill Collins Series: Perspectives on Gender

In spite of the double burden of racial and gender discrimination, AfricanAmerican women have developed a rich intellectual tradition that is not widely known. In Black Feminist Thought, Patricia Hill Collins explores the words and ideas of Black feminist intellectuals as well as those African-American women outside academe. She provides an interpretive framework for the work of such prominent Black feminist thinkers as Angela Davis, bell hooks, Alice Walker, and Audre Lorde. The result is a superbly crafted book that provides the first synthetic overview of Black feminist thought.

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Black Sexual Politics African Americans, Gender, and the New Racism Patricia Hill Collins

In Black Sexual Politics, one of America’s most influential writers on race and gender explores how images of black sexuality have been used to maintain the color line and how they threaten to spread a new brand of racism around the world today.

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NEW 2nd Edition

Racist America Roots, Current Realities, and Future Reparations

The White Racial Frame

New

Centuries of Racial Framing and Counter-Framing

Representing Mixed Race in Jamaica and England from the Abolition Era to the Present

Joe R. Feagin, Texas A&M University, USA

This book examines how and why this white racial frame emerged in North America, how and why it has evolved socially over time, which racial groups are framed within it, how it has operated in the past and in the present for both white Americans and Americans of color, and how the latter have long responded with strategies of resistance that include enduring counter- frames.

Joe R. Feagin, Texas A&M University, USA

This second edition of Joe R. Feagin’s Racist America is extensively revised and thoroughly updated, with a special eye toward racism issues cropping up constantly in the Barack Obama era.

This tenth anniversary edition incorporates many dozens of new research studies on U.S. racial issues that significantly extend and update the first edition’s major chapters. It accents exciting new and provocative concepts, especially the white racial frame and systemic racism. Selected Contents: 1. Systematic Racism 2. Slavery Unwilling to Die 3. The White Racial Frame 4. Contemporary Racial Framing 5. Racial Oppression Today 6. White Privileges and Black Burdens 7. Systematic Racism 8. Antiracist Strategies and Solutions January 2010: 6 x 9: 376pp Hb: 978-0-415-99206-0: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99207-7: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89425-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415992077

Anna Julia Cooper, Visionary Black Feminist A Critical Introduction Vivian M. May 2007: 6 x 9: 232pp Pb: 978-0-415-95643-7: $36.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93654-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415956437

Selected Contents: 1. The White Racial Frame: Why a New Concept? 2. Building the Racist Foundation: Colonialism, Genocide, and Slavery 3. Creating a White Racial Frame: The First Century 4. Extending the White Frame: From the Eighteenth Century to the Twentieth Century 5. The Contemporary White Racial Frame 6. The Frame in Everyday Operation 7. Counter-Framing: Americans of Color 8. Toward a Truly Multiracial Democracy: Thinking and Acting Outside the White Frame 2009: 6 x 9: 264pp Hb: 978-0-415-99438-5: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99439-2: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89064-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415994392

Making Sense of Race, Class, and Gender Commonsense, Power, and Privilege in the United States Celine-Marie Pascale

Using arresting case studies of how ordinary people understand the concepts of race, class, and gender, Celine-Marie Pascale shows that the peculiarity of commonsense is that it imposes obviousness – that which we cannot fail to recognize. As a result, how we negotiate the challenges of inequality in the twenty-first century may depend less on what people consciously think about ”difference” and more on what we inadvertently assume. Through an analysis of commonsense knowledge, Pascale expertly provides new insights into familiar topics. In addition, by analyzing local practices in the context of established cultural discourses, Pascale shows how the weight of history bears on the present moment, both enabling and constraining possibilities. Pascale tests the boundaries of sociological knowledge and offers new avenues for conceptualizing social change.

2006 Hb: 978-0-415-95536-2: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95537-9: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415955379

S. Salih, University of Toronto, Canada. Series: Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures This study considers cultural representations of ”brown” people in Jamaica and England alongside the determinations of race by statute from the Abolition era onwards. Through close readings of contemporary fictions and ”histories,” Salih probes the extent to which colonial ideologies may have been underpinned by what might be called subject-constituting statutes, along with the potential for force and violence which necessarily undergird the law. The author explores the role legal and non-legal discourse plays in disciplining the brown body in pre- and post-Abolition colonial contexts, as well as how are other bodies and identities – e.g. black, white are discursively disciplined. Salih examines whether or not it’s possible to say that non-legal texts such as prose fictions are engaged in this kind of discursive disciplining, and more broadly, looks at what contemporary formulations of ”mixed” identity owe to these legal or non-legal discursive formations. This study demonstrates the striking connections between historical and contemporary discourses of race and brownness and argues for a shift in the ways we think about, represent and discuss ”mixed race” people. September 2010: 6 x 9: 247pp Hb: 978-0-415-39808-4: $110.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415398084

Black and Postcolonial Feminisms in New Times Researching Educational Inequalities Edited by Heidi Safia Mirza, Institute of Education, UK and Cynthia Joseph, Monash University, Australia

This book is a compelling collection of essays on the intersection of race, gender, and class in education written by leading black and postcolonial feminists of color from Asia, Africa and the Caribbean living in Britain, America, Canada, and Australia. It addresses controversial issues such as racism in the media, exclusion in higher education, and critical multiculturalism in schools. Introducing new debates on transglobal female identity and cultures of resistance the book asks: • How does black and postcolonial feminisms illuminate race and gender identity in new global times? • How are race, gender and class inequalities reproduced and resisted in educational sites?

• How do women of colour experience race and gender differences in schools and universities? This book is a must for political and social commentators, academic researchers, and student audiences interested in new feminist visions for new global times. This book was published as a special issue of Race, Ethnicity and Education. March 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 152pp Hb: 978-0-415-57168-5: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415571685

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Sex and Sexuality New 3rd Edition

Handbook of Sexuality-Related Measures Terri D. Fisher, Ohio State University, USA, Clive M. Davis and Sandra L. Davis, both at Syracuse University, USA and William L. Yarber, Indiana University, USA

Fundamental to understanding human sexual expression is reliable and valid measurement and assessment. The instruments that have been developed are not easily accessible and the information is limited concerning appropriate use and psychometric properties. In this volume more than 200 instruments are reproduced, accompanied by the necessary information for their use in research.

August 2010: 8-1/2 x 11: 680pp Hb: 978-0-415-80174-4: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-80175-1: $89.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415801751

Human Sexuality Biological, Psychological, and Cultural Perspectives Anne Bolin, Elon University, USA and Patricia Whelehan, State University of New York, Potsdam, USA Human Sexuality is a unique textbook that provides a complete analysis of this crucial aspect of life around the world. Utilizing viewpoints across cultural and national boundaries, and deftly weaving evolutionary and psychological perspectives, Anne Bolin and Patricia Whelehan go beyond the traditional evolution and primatology to address cross-cultural and contemporary issues, as well as anthropological contributions and psycho-social perspectives.

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3rd Edition

Sex For Sale

Sexuality

Prostitution, Pornography, and the Sex Industry

Jeffrey Weeks, London South Bank University, UK

Edited by Ronald Weitzer, George Washington University, USA

Series: Key Ideas

A groundbreaking collection of essays on the sex industry. Sex for Sale contains original studies on sex work, its risks and benefits, and its political implications. The book covers areas not commonly researched, including gay and lesbian pornography, telephone sex workers, customers of prostitutes, male and female escorts who work independently, street prostitution, sex tourism, legal prostitution, and strip clubs that cater to women. The book also tracks various trends during the past decade, including the ”mainstreaming” and growing acceptance of some types of sexual commerce and the growing criminalization of other types, such as sex trafficking. Sex for Sale offers a window into the lived experiences of sex workers as well as an analysis of the larger gender arrangements and political structures that shape the experiences of workers and their clients. The book greatly contributes to a growing research literature that documents the rich variation, nuances, and complexities in the exchange of sexual services, performances, and products. This book will change the way we understand sex work.

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.

Selected Contents: 1. Sex Work 2. Motivations for Pursuing a Career in Pornography 3. Gay Male Pornography Since Stonewall 4. Women-Made Pornography 5. Gender and Space in Strip Clubs 6. Commercial Telephone Sex 7. The Ecology of Street Prostitution 8. Call girls and Street Prostitutes 9. Male and Female Escorts 10. Prostitutes’ Customers 11. Nevada’s Legal Brothels 12. Remaking the Sex Industry 13. Sex Tourism and Sex Workers Aspirations 14. Sex Trafficking

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

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Are We Thinking Straight? The Politics of Straightness in a Lesbian and Gay Social Movement Organization Daniel K. Cortese, Governors State University, USA This book highlights the strategic deployment of a straight identity by an LGBT organization. Cortese explores the ways in which activists strategically use a ”straight” identity as a social movement tool in order to successfully achieve the movement objectives. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Theory and Research Methods 3. Organizational Diversity in SAGA 4. God is on Our Side: The Mission of SAGA 5. No Joking about the ’S’ in SAGA: ’Straight’ Strategy 6.. Political Environments Shape Identity Deployment 7. Straight Ahead and Moving Forward June 2010: 6 x 9: 228pp Pb: 978-0-415-88295-8: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882958

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NEW IN 2011

The State of Sex

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies

Tourism, Sex and Sin in the New American Heartland

2nd Edition Edited by Steven Seidman, State University of New York, USA, Nancy Fischer, Augsburg College, Minnesota, USA and Chet Meeks, Northern Illinois University, USA Breaking new ground, both substantively and stylistically, this book offers students, academics and researchers an accessible, engaging introduction and overview of the emerging field of sexuality studies. 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 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 clearly conveys the latest research with examples. Ideal for students of gender and sexuality studies, this topical and timely volume will be an invaluable resource to all those with an interest in sexuality studies. Selected Contents: Part 1: Sex as a Social Fact Introduction 1. Theoretical Perspectives Steven Seidman 2. Social Construction of Sexuality Interview with Jeffery Weeks 3. Surveying Sex - Interview with Edward Laumann Part 2: Sexual Meanings Introduction 4. Sex and the Family: An Indecent Genealogy Maureen Sullivan 5. Romantic Love-Interview with Eva Illouz 6. Sexual Pleasure Kelly James 7. Purity and Pollution: Sex as a Moral Discourse Nancy Fischer 8. Sex and Power Kristen Barber 9. Gay and Straight Rites of Passage Chet Meeks 10. Coming Out in Italy Cirus Rinaldi and Claudio Cappotto Part 3: Sexual Bodies and Behaviors Introduction 11. Medicine and the Making of a Sexual Body Celia Roberts 12. Sexualizing Asian Male Bodies Travis Kong 13. Sex and the Senior Woman Meika Loe 14. The Clitoris Lisa Jean Moore 15. Orgasm Juliet Richter 16. Anal Sex: Phallic and Other Meanings Simon Hardy 17. Sexual Intercourse Kermit Kay 18. Viagra and the Coital Imperative Nicola Gavey Part 4: Sexual Identities Introduction 19. Straight Men James Dean 20. Lesbians-Interview with Tamsin Wilton 21. The Disappearance of the Homoseuxal – Interview with Henning Bech 22. The Bisexual Menace Revisted: or, Shaking up Categories is Hard to do Kristen Esterberg 23. Bisexualities in America – Interview with Paula C. Rodriquez Rust 24. Transgendering: Challenging the Normal Kim Tauches 25. Transsexual, Transgender, Queer – Interview with Viviane Namaste 26. Multiple Identities: Race, Class, and Gender in Lesbian and Gay Affirmative Protestant Congregations Krista McQueeney Part 5: Sexual Institutions and Sexual Commerce Introduction 27. One is not Born a Bride: How Weddings Regulate Heterosexuality Chrys Ingraham 28. Change and Continuity in American Marriage Erica Hunter 29. Shopping for Love: Online Dating and the Making of a Cyber Culture of Romance Sophi Demasi 30. Conflicts at the Tubs: Bathhouses and Gay Culture and Politics in the US Jason Hendrickson 31. Sexual Tourism – Interview with Julia OíConnell-Davidson 32 Sex Sells, but What Else Does it Do? The American Porn Industry Chris Pappas 33. Sex Workers – Interview with Wendy Chapkis 34.Condoms in the Global Economy Peter Chua Part 6: Sexual Cultures Introduction 35. The Body, Disability, and Sexuality Tom Gershick 36. Internet Sex: The Seductive Freedom toDennis Waskul 37. Gay Men Dancing: Circuit Parties Russell Westhaver 38. Time of the Sadomasochist: Hunting with(in) the ëTribusî Darren Langdridge 39. Sex and Young Japanese Heterosexual Men Genaro Castro-Vazquez 40. Sex and Rock n Roll – Interview with Mimi Schippers 41. Secret Sex and the Downlow Brotherhood Justin Hoy 42. WaitÖHip Hop Sexualities Thomas F. DeFrantz 43 ìFeederism:îA New Sexual Pleasure and Subculture Dina Giovanelli and Natalie Peluso Part 7: Sexual Regulation and Inequality Introduction 44. Sexuality, State, and Nation Jyoti Puri 45. The Sexual Rights of Women and Homosexuals in Iran Hamid Parnian 46. The Marriage Contract Mary Bernstein 47. Popular Culture Constructs Sexuality – Interview with Joshua Gamson 48. Christianity and the Regulation of Sexuality in the US Joshua Grove 49. Law and the Regulation of Obscenity Phoebe Godfrey 50. Schools and the Social Control of Sexuality Melinda Miceli 51. Healing (disorderly) Desire: Medical-Therapeutic Regulation of Sexuality PJ McGann 52. Therapeutic Institutions Chris Kelly 53. Gender and the Organization of Heterosexual Intimacy Dan Santore 54. Sexual Politics in Intimate Relationships: Sexual Coercion and Harassment Lisa Waldner 55. Sexual and Racial Violence & American Masculinity Evelyn Clark Part 8: Sexual Politics Introduction 56. Gay Marriage: Why Now? Why at all? Reese Kelly 57. Gay Men and Lesbians in the Netherlands Gert Hekma and Jan Willem Duyvendak 58. Queering the Family Mary Burke and Kristine Olsen 59. The Pro Family Movement Tina Fetner 60. Covenant Marriage: Reflexivity and Retrenchment in the Politics of Intimacy Dwight Fee 61. AIDS Politics Jennifer Gunsaullus 62. Supreme Court and the Politics of Lesbian and Gay Rights Gregory Maddox 63. Gender and Sexual Politics: The American Gay Rights and Womenís Movements Magen Murphy 64. Politics of Sex Education – Interview with Janice Irvine 65. Sex Worker Rights Movement Danielle Hidalgo<I> February 2011: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-78125-1: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-78126-8: $60.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415781268

Barbara G. Brents, Crystal A. Jackson and Kathryn Hausbeck, all at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA Series: Contemporary Sociological Perspectives The State of Sex is a study of Nevada’s brothels that situates the nation’s only legal brothel industry in the political economy of contemporary tourism. Nevada is part of the ”new American heartland,” as its pastimes, people, and politics have become more central to the nation. The rise of a service and leisure economy over the past sixty years has propelled sexuality into the heart of contemporary markets. Yet, neoliberal laws in the United States promote business but limit sexual commerce.

How have Nevada’s legal brothels survived, while the rest of the country criminalizes prostitution? How do brothels operate? Who works in them? This book brings social theory on globalizing economies, politics, leisure consumption, and emotional labor in interactive service work together with research on contemporary prostitution and sexual commerce. The authors employ an innovative, multi-method sociological approach, combining historical analysis of how the brothels came to be with over a decade’s worth of ethnographic research on the current state of the industry. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: The State of Sex 2. Contexts of Sexual Commerce 3. The Making of Nevada Prostitution 4. The Business of Selling Sex 5. Paths to Brothel Work 6. Brothel Labor: Making Fantasies 7. Conclusion: Learning from Nevada 2009: 6 x 9: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-92947-9: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-92948-6: $31.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415929486

LGBT Identity and Online New Media Edited by Christopher Pullen, Bournemouth University, UK and Margaret Cooper, Southern Illinois University, USA LGBT Identity and Online New Media examines constructions of LGBT identity within new media. The contributors consider the effects, issues, influences, benefits and disadvantages of these new media phenomena with respect to the construction of LGBT identities. A wide range of mainstream and independent new media are analyzed, including MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, gay men’s health websites, message boards, and Craigslist ads, among others. This is a pioneering interdisciplinary collection that is essential reading for anyone interested in the intersections of gender, sexuality, and technology.

April 2010: 6 x 9: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-99866-6: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99867-3: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415998673

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New

NEW

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Queer Theory: Law, Culture, Empire

The Gay Games

Lesbian Discourses

A History

Images of a Community

Edited by Robert Leckey and Kim Brooks, both at McGill University, Canada

Caroline Symons, Victoria University, Australia

Veronika Koller, Lancaster University, UK

Series: Routledge Critical Studies in Sport

Queer Theory: Law, Culture Empire uses queer theory to examine the complex interactions of law, culture, and empire. Building on recent work on empire, and taking contextual, socio-legal, comparative, and interdisciplinary approaches, it studies how activists and scholars engaged in queer theory projects can unwittingly advance imperial projects and how queer theory can itself show imperial ambitions. The authors – from five continents – delve into examples drawn from Bollywood cinema to California’s 2008 marriage referendum. The chapters view a wide range of texts – from cultural productions to laws and judgments – as regulatory forces requiring scrutiny from outside Western, heterosexual privilege. This innovative collection goes beyond earlier queer legal work, engaging with recent developments, featuring case studies from India, South Africa, the US, Australasia, Eastern Europe, and embracing the frames offered by different disciplinary lenses.

The Gay Games is an important piece of new social history, examining one of the largest sporting, cultural, and human rights events in the world. Since their inception in 1980, the Gay Games have developed into a multi-million dollar mega-event, engaging people from all continents, while the international Gay Games movement has become one of the largest and most significant international institutions for gay and lesbian people. Drawing on detailed archival research, oral history, and participant observation techniques, and informed by critical feminist theory and queer theory, this book offers the first comprehensive history of the Gay Games from 1980 through to the Chicago games of 2006. It explores the significance of the Games in the context of broader currents of gay and lesbian history, and addresses a wide range of key contemporary themes within sports studies, including the cultural politics of sport, the politics of difference and identity, and the rise of sporting mega-events. This book is important reading for any serious student of international sport or gender and sexuality studies.

Lesbian Discourses is the first book-length treatment of lesbian text and discourse. It looks at what changing images of community American and British lesbian authors have communicated since 1970, how this change can be traced in texts such as pamphlets, magazines and blogs, and why this change has taken place. At the heart of the book is a detailed linguistic analysis, which is embedded in a discussion of the relevant socio-political contexts and discourse practices, and supplemented by interview data. The book can more generally be read as an example of how to do textual analysis in social research, in particular how to engage in the discourse-historical and socio-cognitive study of collective identity. Despite its text-centered approach, the book avoids being overly technical and will therefore be of interest not only to postgraduate students and researchers in linguistics but also to those in anthropology, history and sociology, especially women’s/gender studies.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction, Robert Leckey and Kim Brooks Part 1: Constitution 2. Queer Theory, Neoliberalism and Urban Governance, Jon Binnie 3. Regulating ‘Perversion’: The Role of Tolerance in De-Radicalizing the Rights Claims of Sexual Subalterns, Ratna Kapur Part 2: Representation 4. Cinema of Queer Desires: Bombay Cinema and Emergent Sexualities, Shohini Ghosh 5. Post-Apartheid Fraternity, Post-Apartheid Democracy, Post-Apartheid Sexuality: Queer Reflections on Jane Alexander’s ’Butcher Boys’, Jaco Barnard-Naudé 6. The Judicial Virtue of Sexuality, Leslie J. Moran Part 3: Regulation 7. Reproductive Outsiders - The Perils and Disruptive Potential of Reproductive Coalitions, Jenni Millbank 8. Queer/Religious Potentials in US Same-Sex Marriage Debates, Jeffrey A. Redding 9. What’s Queer about Polygamy?, Margaret Denike Part 4: Exclusion 10. An ‘Imperial’ Strategy? The Use of Comparative and International Law in Arguments about LGBT Rights, Nicholas Bamforth 11. Reproducing Empire in Same Sex Relationship Recognition and Immigration Law Reform, Nan Seuffert 12. UnSettled, Ruthann Robson May 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-57228-6: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415572286

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.

April 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-47296-8: $130.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415472968

Transgender Identities Towards a Social Analysis of Gender Diversity Edited by Sally Hines, University of Leeds, UK and Tam Sanger, University of Belfast, UK Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society In recent years transgender has emerged as a subject of increasing social and cultural interest. This volume offers vivid accounts of the diversity of living transgender in today’s world. The first section, ”Emerging Identities,” maps the ways in which social, cultural, legal and medical developments shape new identities on both an individual and collective level. Rather than simply reflecting social change, these shifts work to actively construct contemporary identities. The second section, ”Trans Governance,” examines how law and social policy have responded to contemporary gender shifts. The third section, ”Transforming Identity,” explores gender and sexual identity practices within cultural and subcultural spaces. The final section, ”Transforming Theory?,” offers a theoretical reflection on the increasing visibility of trans people in today’s society and traces the challenges and the contributions transgender theory has brought to gender theory, queer theory and sociological approaches to identity and citizenship. Featuring contributions from throughout the world, this volume represents the cutting-edge scholarship in transgender studies and will be of interest to scholars and students interested in gender, sexuality, and sociology. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Emerging Identities Part 2: Trans Governance Part 3: Transforming Identities Part 4: Transforming Theory March 2010: 6 x 9: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-99930-4: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415999304

April 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 392pp Hb: 978-0-415-41850-8: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415418508

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Bisexual Perspectives on the Life and Work of Alfred C. Kinsey Edited by Ron Suresha On the sexagennial (60th) anniversary of the publication of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, this outstanding collection considers the Kinsey legacy, traces the development of modern American bisexuality, and poses an intriguing and illuminating look at many aspects of bisexuality in Kinsey’s life as depicted and lived in popular biographical culture and media. This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of Bisexuality and was a Finalist for the Lambda Literary Award for Excellence in Bisexual Literature. January 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 168pp Hb: 978-0-415-87175-4: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415871754

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Health and Illness

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Routledge Handbook of Sexuality, Health and Rights

Understanding Disability Studies and Performance Studies

Edited by Peter Aggleton, University of Sussex, UK and Richard Parker, Columbia University, USA

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The last two decades have witnessed an explosion of research on sexuality as the social sciences have worked to find new ways of understanding a rapidly changing world. Growing concern for issues such as population, women’s and men’s reproductive health, and the HIV and AIDS pandemic, has since provided new legitimacy for work on sexuality, health and rights.

3rd Edition

The Disability Studies Reader Edited by Lennard J. Davis, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA The Disability Studies Reader is the most comprehensive introduction to in disability studies. Now in its third edition, it contains a wide range of seminal, cutting-edge and classic articles in the field. The collection covers cultural studies, identity politics, literary criticism, sociology, philosophy, anthropology, the visual arts, gender and race studies, as well as memoir, poetry, fiction, and prose non-fiction.

A detailed and up-to-date reference work, the Routledge Handbook of Sexuality, Health and Rights provides an authoritative overview of the main issues in the field today. Leading academics and practitioners are brought together to reflect on past, present and future approaches to understanding and promoting sexual health and rights. Divided into nine parts, it covers: • pioneering beginnings

Selected Contents: Part 1: Historical Perspectives Part 2: The Politics of Disability Part 3: Stigma and Illness Part 4: Theorizing Disability Part 5: Identities and Intersectionalities Part 6: Disability and Culture Part 7: Fiction, Memoir, and Poetry

• language, discourse and sexual categories

March 2010: 7 3/8 x 9 1/4: 672pp Hb: 978-0-415-87374-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-87376-5: $59.95

• the choreography of sex

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HIV/AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention Cynthia Pope, Central Connecticut State University, USA, Renee T. White, Fairfield University, USA and Robert Malow

This Reader seeks to address the need for a comprehensive resource for the social, political, gendered and biomedical implications of HIV/AIDS.

• from sexuality to health • the reproductive imperative • how to have sex in an epidemic • the darker side of sex • from sexual health to sexual rights • struggles for erotic justice. This Handbook surveys the state of the discipline and offers an examination and discussion of emerging, controversial and cutting edge areas. It is an essential reference for academics and researchers in the fields of sexuality studies, sexual health and human rights, and offers key reading for more advanced students.

Edited by Bruce Henderson, Ithaca College, USA and Noam Ostrander, De Paul University, USA This collection brings together scholarship and creative writing that brings together two of the most innovative fields to emerge from critical and cultural studies in the past few decades: Disability studies and performance studies. It draws on writings about such media as live performance art, photography, silent film, dance, personal narrative and theatre, using such diverse perspectives and methods as queer theory, gender, feminist, and masculinity studies, dance studies, as well as providing first publication of creative writings by award-winning poets and playwrights. This book was based on a special issue of Text and Performance Quarterly. February 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-56553-0: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415565530

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Rural Women in the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia Liubov Denisova, Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Russia and Irina Mukhina, Assumption College, Massachusetts, USA Series: Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe

January 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-46864-0: $199.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415468640

This is the first full-length history of Russian peasant women in the twentieth century in English, and tells the story of all rural women – from ordinary farm girls to agrarian professionals to prostitutes. It offers a comprehensive overview of employment patterns; marriages, divorces and family life; issues with health and raising children; and official regulations concerning rural women.

July 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-55112-0: $140.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415551120

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International Perspectives on Women and HIV Edited by Samuel A MacMaster and Cindy Davis, both at University of Tennessee, USA and Brian E Bride, University of Georgia, USA This work focuses on international perspectives on women and HIV casting a deliberately wide net addressing the interaction between HIV, gender, in a variety of specific geographic areas. 2009: 6 x 9: 214pp Hb: 978-0-415-99837-6: $150.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415998376

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S oci olo gy

Sociology

Yes We Can?

NEW

Adia Harvey-Wingfield and Joe Feagin

Edited by Anthony Elliott, Flinders University, Australia

Sociologists Backstage

Series: Routledge International Handbooks

Answers to 10 Questions About What They Do Sarah Fenstermaker and Nikki Jones, both at University of California, USA Series: Contemporary Sociological Perspectives Sociologists Backstage is a volume of directed reflections by sociological researchers on the motivations for research, the decisions made at crucial points, and the challenges they face in the research process. The volume is thus intended to combine the intriguing elements of memoir and the enlightening aspects of a research ”post-mortem.” Readers will be able to use the volume to both humanize the research process and explore the complications of research.

Selected Contents: Section I: Urban Sociology in the Post-Civil Rights Era 1. Mary Pattillo 2. Scott Brooks 3. Alford Young 4. Mitchell Duneier Section II: Global Ethnography and the Study of Transnational Labor Migrations 5. Milliann Kang 6. Hung Cam Thai 7. Nazli Kibria 8 Rhacael Parrenas Section III: Studying Gender, Crime and Violence in the Era of Mass Incarceration 9. Meda Chesney-Lind 10. Victor Rios 11. Mercer Sullivan 12. Valerie Jenness Section IV: The Researcher As… 13. Karyn Lacy 14. France Winddance Twine 15. Denise Segura 16. Christine Williams 17. Verta Taylor and Leila Rupp November 2010: 6-1/8 x 9-1/4: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-80658-9: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-87093-1: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-84036-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415870931

Contesting Development Critical Struggles for Social Change Edited by Philip McMichael, Cornell University, USA

In this book, case studies serve as an effective means of teaching key concepts and theories in the sociology of development. This collection of cases, all original and never previously published and with framing essays by Phillip McMichael, has been written with this purpose in mind.

An important additional feature is that the book as a whole reveals the limiting assumptions of development and suggests alternate conditions of possibility for social existence in the world today. In that sense, the book pushes the boundaries of ’thinking about development’ and makes an important theoretical contribution to the literature.

White Racial Framing and the 2008 Presidential Campaign This book offers one of the first sociological analyses of Barack Obama’s historic 2008 campaign for the presidency of the United States. Elaborating on the concept of the white racial frame, Adia HarveyWingfield and Joe Feagin assess the ways racial framing was deployed by principal characters in the 2008 election. This book counters many commonsense assumptions about race, politics, and society, particularly the idea that Obama’s election ushered in a post-racial era. Readers will find this book uniquely valuable because it relies on sound sociological analysis to assess numerous events and aspects of this historic campaign.

Selected Contents: 1.White Racial Framing and Barack Obama’s Campaign 2. ”Too Black?” Or ”Not Black Enough?” 3. From Susan B. Anthony to Hillary Clinton 4. The Cool Black Man vs. The Fist-Bumping Socialist 5. The Dr. Jeremiah Wright Controversy 6. Primaries and Voters of Color 7. November 4, 2008 8. ”Post-Racial” America? 2009: 6 x 9: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-99986-1: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99987-8: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83615-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415999878

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Social Movements: The Key Concepts Graeme Chesters, University of Bradford, UK and Ian Welsh, Cardiff University, UK Series: Routledge Key Guides Social Movements: The Key Concepts provides an insightful, contemporary introduction to some of the frequently encountered terms and groups that are central to the study of collective action and social and political activism. Following an A-Z format, the entries defined and discussed are drawn from the following areas: • the ”old” social movements of the nineteenth century • the ”new” social movements of the 1960s and 1970s • the rise of contemporary ”network” movements Key American, European and global social movements are addressed, with each entry related to contemporary developments and emergent tendencies within the field. Including helpful references for further study, this concise and up-to-date guide is of relevance for those studying a range of disciplines, including sociology, politics, cultural studies and human geography. October 2010: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-43114-9: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43115-6: $26.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415431156

2009: 7 x 10: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-87331-4: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-87332-1: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86092-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415873321

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Handbook of Identity Studies

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 identitypolitics 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 Part 3: 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 Post-Colonialism 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: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 544pp Hb: 978-0-415-55558-6: $180.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86971-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415555586

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2nd Edition

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Social Sciences

A Guide to Surviving a Career in Academia

The Big Issues Kath Woodward, The Open University, UK Social Sciences: The Big Issues second edition offers an introduction to the big debates within the social sciences and to what the social sciences can provide as a means of explaining the changing world. The social sciences focus upon people as individuals and as members of wider communities and networks, and look at all aspects of human relationships from the personal and intimate to the public and political. The book covers contemporary concerns with identities, citizenship, migration, diversity, new technologies, and the changing and often uncertain impact of globalization. The second edition has been extensively updated with new illustrations and examples, and additional discussion of the responses of the social sciences to the mobilities of contemporary life, such as migration, living in multiethnic and often rapidly changing communities, new forms of citizenship, the impact of the material world, the perception that we live in a more insecure and dangerous world and the role of the media in presenting ideas about the changes that might be taking place.

Selected 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 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-46661-5: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46660-8: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87289-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415466608

Navigating the Rites of Passage Edited by Emily Lenning, Fayetteville State University and Sara Brightman and Susan Caringella, both at Western Michigan University

A Guide to Surviving a Career in Academia is written from a feminist perspective, and draws on the information offered in workshops conducted at national meetings like the American Society of Criminology and the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Through the course of the book, an expert team of authors guide you through the obstacle course of finding effective mentors during graduate school, finding a job, negotiating a salary, teaching, collaborating with practitioners, successfully publishing, earning tenure and redressing denial and, finally, retirement. This collection is a must read for all academics, but especially women just beginning their careers, who face unique challenges when navigating through these age-old rites of passage.

Selected Contents: Introduction: The Journey 1. Surviving Graduate School 2. Strategies for Success on the Job Market 3. Money Matters: The Art of Negotiating for Women Faculty 4. Being a New Faculty 5. Teaching with Intention: Technique, Innovation and Change in Criminal Justice Education 6. A Brief Guide to Academic Publishing 7. Collaborating with Practitioners 8. Getting Tenure and Redressing Denial 9. Retirement: Another Frontier. Conclusion: And the Journey Continues August 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 160pp Hb: 978-0-415-78021-6: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-78022-3: $37.95 eBook: 978-0-203-85590-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415780223

White Weddings Romancing Heterosexuality in Popular Culture Chrys Ingraham, Purchase College, USA

This classic book in the social sciences shows the pervasive influence of weddings in our culture and the important role they play in maintaining the romance of heterosexuality, the myth of white supremacy and the insatiable appetite of consumer capitalism.

2008: : 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-95194-4: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95133-3: $35.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415951333

Contemporary Anarchist Studies An Introductory Anthology of Anarchy in the Academy Edited by Randall Amster, Prescott College, USA, Abraham DeLeon and Deric Shannon, both at University of Connecticut, USA, Luis Fernandez, Northern Arizona University, USA and Anthony J. Nocella, II, Syracuse University, USA “Contemporary Anarchist Studies comes at precisely the right moment in history. From anarchist theory and pedagogy in the academy, to the practices of anarchists in the streets, this book collects the insights of many of the most well known names in the field, and provides both a cogent analysis of our present as well as a hopeful direction for our future.”

– Dr. Corey Lewis, Humboldt State University, USA This interdisciplinary work highlights connections between anarchism and other perspectives such as feminism, queer theory, critical race theory, disability studies, post-modernism and post-structuralism, animal liberation, and environmental justice. Featuring original articles, this volume brings together a wide variety of anarchist voices whilst stressing anarchism’s tradition of dissent. This book is a must buy for the critical teacher, student, and activist interested in the state of the art of anarchism studies. Selected Contents: Section One: Theory 1. Anarchism from Foucault to Rancière 2. Anarchism, Postmodernity, and Poststructuralism 3. Two Undecidable Questions for Thinking in Which Anything Goes 4. The Problem with Infoshops and Insurrection: U.S. Anarchism, Movement Building, and the Racial Order 5. Addressing Violence against Women: Alternatives to State-based Law and Punishment 6. The Flow of Experiencing in Anarchic Economies Section Two: Methodologies 7. Against Method, Against Authority . . . For Anarchy 8. Toward a Relational Ethics of Struggle: Embodiment, Affinity, and Affect 9. Being There: Thoughts on Anarchism and Participatory Observation 10. Anarchism, Academia, and the Avant Garde 11. Dis-Abling Capitalism and an Anarchism of ‘Radical Equality’ in Resistance to Ideologies of Normalcy Section Three: Pedagogy 12. Anarchic Epimetheanism: The Pedagogy of Ivan Illich 13. Thoughts on Anarchist Pedagogy and Epistemology 14. Accessible Artifact for Community Discussion About Anarchy and Education 15. Anarchist Theory as Radical Critique: Challenging Hierarchies and Domination in the Social and ’Hard’ Sciences 16. Infrapolitics and the Nomadic Educational Machine 17. Anarchism, Education, and the Road to Peace Section Four: Praxis 18. As Beautiful as a Brick through a Bank Window: Anarchism, the Academy, and Resisting Domestication 19. Rethinking Revolution: Total Liberation, Alliance Politics, and a Prolegomena to Resistance Movements in the Twenty-first Century 20. Anarchy: Foundations in Faith 21. Anarchism, or the Cultural Logic of Networking 22. Anarchy Girl Style Now: Riot Grrrl Actions and Practices 23. Free As a Bird: Natural Anarchism in Action Section Five: The Future 24. Dark Tidings: Anarchist Politics in the Age of Collapse 25. Personal Identities and Collective Visions: Reflections on Identity, Community, and Difference 26. Anarchism: Past, Present, and Utopia 27. Anarchism and Utopia 28. Anarchy, Utopia, and the State of Things to Come 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-47401-6: $148.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47402-3: $46.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89173-5 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415474023

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Emotions

Youth, Drugs, and Nightlife

A Social Science Reader

Geoffrey Hunt, Molly Moloney and Kristin Evans, all at Institute of Scientific Analysis, USA

Edited by Monica Greco, Goldsmiths College, London, UK and Paul Stenner, University of Brighton, UK

Youth, Drugs, and Night Life examines the relationships between the electronic dance scene and drug use for young ravers and clubbers today. Based on over 300 interviews with ravers, DJ’s and promoters, Geoffrey Hunt, Molly Moloney, and Kristin Evans examine the different social groupings that make up the scene. The authors explore the accomplishment of gender, sexuality, and Asian American ethnic identity and critically analyze the negotiation of risk and pleasure within the world of raves and dance clubs. We learn about young ravers and clubbers’ frustrations with recent attempts to control clubs and raves and their skepticism about official pronouncements on the dangers of ecstasy and other drugs, in this book that pivots between the local, the national, and the global in its approach.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Theory and Methods for Studying Youth 1. Epidemiology Meets Cultural Studies: Studying and Understanding Youth Cultures, Clubs, and Drugs 2. Clubbers, Candy Kids and Jaded Ravers: Introducing the Scene, the Participants, and the Drugs Part 2: The Global the National and the Local 3. Clubbing, Drugs, and the Dance Scene in a Global Perspective 4. Youth, US Drug Policy, and Social Control of the Dance Scene 5. Uncovering the Local: San Francisco’s Nighttime Economy Part 3: Drug Pleasures, Risks and Combinations 6. ”The Great Unmentionable”: Exploring the Pleasures and Benefits of Ecstasy 7. Drug Use and the Meaning of Risk 8. Combining Different Substances in the Dance Scene: Enhancing Pleasure, Managing Risk, and Timing Effects Part 4: Gender, Social Context, and Ethnicity 9. Drugs, Gender, Sexuality, and Accountability in the World of Raves 10. Alcohol, Gender, and Social Context 11. Asian American Youth: Consumption, Identity, and Drugs in the Dance Scene January 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-37471-2: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37473-6: $42.95 eBook: 978-0-203-92941-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415374736

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McCounterfeiting Inc. Yi-Chieh Jessica Lin Series: Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology February 2011: 6 x 9: 128pp Hb: 978-0-415-88302-3: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-88303-0: $25.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415883030

Series: Routledge Student Readers

Emotions: A Social Science Reader is the first Reader to showcase influential and contemporary work in the study of emotion and affective life from across the range of the social sciences. It offers transdisciplinary framework designed to highlight the mutual relevance of different social scientific traditions and perspectives essential to the study of emotion.

2008: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-42563-6: $163.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42564-3: $51.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415425643

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Women and Exercise The Body, Health and Consumerism Edited by Eileen Kennedy, Roehampton University, UK and Pirkko Markula, University of Alberta, Canada Series: Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society Exercise for women is a heavily-laden social and embodied experience. While exercise promotion has become an increasingly visible part of health campaigns, obesity among women is rising, and studies indicate that women are generally less physically active than men. Women’s (lack of) exercise, therefore, has become a public concern, and physiological and psychological research has attempted to develop more effective exercise programs aimed at women. Yet women have a complex relationship with embodiment and physical activity that is difficult for quantitative scientific approaches to explore. This book addresses this neglect by providing a much-needed feminist, qualitative social analysis of women and exercise. The contributors, drawn from across Europe and North America investigate the ways women experience exercise within the context of the global fitness industry. All the authors take a specifically feminist perspective in their analyses of the fit, feminine body, exploring media images and the global branding of fitness products, the relationship between exercise and fat, the construction of physical activity within health discourse, and the lived experience of the exercising body. The collection explores the diversity of women’s experiences of exercise in relation to age, ethnicity and body size. November 2010: 6 x 9: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-87120-4: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415871204

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Theory and Methods NEW

Regression Analysis for the Social Sciences Rachel A. Gordon, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA

The book provides graduate students in the social sciences with the basic skills that they need to estimate, interpret, present, and publish basic regression models using contemporary standards. Key features of the book include: •.interweaving the teaching of statistical concepts with examples developed for the course from publicly-available social science data or drawn from the literature.

• thorough integration of teaching statistical theory with teaching data processing and analysis. • teaching of both SAS and Stata ’side-by-side’ and use of chapter exercises in which students practice programming and interpretation on the same data set and course exercises in which students can choose their own research questions and data set. Selected Contents: 1. Examples of Social Science Research Using Regression Analysis 2. Planning a Quantitative Research Project With Existing Data 3. Basic Features of Statistical Packages and Data Documentation 4. Basics of Writing Batch Programs with Statistical Packages 5. Basic Concepts of Bivariate Regression 6. Basic Concepts of Multiple Regression 7. Dummy Variables 8. Interactions 9. Nonlinear Relationships 10. Indirect Effects and Omitted Variable Bias 11. Outliers, Heteroskedasticity, and Multicollinearity 12. Putting It All Together and Thinking About Where to Go Next February 2010: 7 3/8 x 9 1/4: 632pp Hb: 978-0-415-99154-4: $125.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415991544

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Encyclopedia of Feminist Literary Theory

2nd Edition

Feminist Theory Reader Local and Global Perspectives Edited by Carole McCann, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA and Seung-kyung Kim, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Feminist Theory Reader, second edition, continues its unique approach of anthologizing the important works of feminist theory within a multiracial transnational framework. Classic works in feminist theory by scholars such as Simone De Beauvoir, Gloria Anzaldua, Judith Butler, belle hooks, Nancy Hartsock, Deniz Kandiyoti,and Chandra Talpade Mohanty appear alongside cutting-edge scholarship by Paula Moya, Aiwha Ong, Raewyn Connell, Suzanne Walters, Mrinalina Sinha, and Rhacel Parreñas. The new edition significantly updates both the local and global perspectives that distinguished the first edition, incorporating themes and debates on the rise in the contemporary feminist scholarship.

Selected Contents: Section 1: Groundings and Movements 1. ”The Day the Mountains Move” Yosano Akiko 2. ”We Egyptian Women” Inji Aflatun 3. The Second Sex, ”Introduction,” Simone de Beauvoir 4. ”La Chicana” Elizabeth Martinez 5. ”Radical Feminism 1” Bonnie Kreps 6. ”Feminism: A Movement to End Sexist Oppression” bell hooks 7. ”Rethinking Sex and Gender” Christine Delphy 8. ”Globalization of the Local/Localization of the Global: Mapping Transnational Women’s Movements” Amrita Basu 9. ”Bargaining with Patriarchy” Deniz Kandiyoti 10. ”The Poem as Mask” Muriel Rukeyser 11. ”No More Miss America!” 12. ”The Poetical is the Political: Feminist Poetry and the Poetical of Women’s Rights” T.V. Reed 13. The Combahee River Collective, ”A Black Feminist Statement” 14. ”The History of the Green Belt Movement” Wangari Maathai 15. ”Reproductive and Sexual Rights: A Feminist Perspective” Sônia Correa and Rosalind Petchesky 16. ”Transgender Liberation: A Movement Whose Time Has Come” Leslie Feinberg Section 2: Theorizing Intersecting Identities 17. ”Report from the Bahamas” June Jordan 18. ”The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism: Towards a More Progressive Union” Heidi Hartmann 19. Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, Servants of Globalization: Women, Migration, and Domestic Work 20. ”Orientalism and Middle East Feminist Studies” Lila Abu-Lughod 21. ”Gender and Nation” Mrinalini Sinha 22. ’The Social Organization of Masculinity’ R.W. Connell 23. ”One Is Not Born a Woman” Monique Wittig 24. ”The Bridge Poem” Donna Kate Rushin 25. ”La Conciencia de la Mestiza: Towards a New Consciousness” Gloria Anzaldúa 26. ”Identity: Skin, Blood, Heart” Minnie Bruce Pratt 27. ’Chappals and Gym Shorts: An Indian Muslim Woman in the Land of Oz” Almas Sayeed 28. ”I am Your Sister: Black Women Organizing Across Sexualities” Audre Lorde 29. ”Well Founded Fear: Political Asylum and the Boundaries of Sexual Identity in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands” Lionel Cantu with Eithne Luibheid and Alexandra Minna Stern 30. ”Beside My Sister, Facing the Enemy: Legal Theory Out of Coalition” Marie Matsuda Section 3: Theorizing Feminist Knowledge, Agency, and Politics 31. ”The Feminist Standpoint: Toward a Specifically Feminist Historical Materialism” Nancy C.M. Hartsock 32. ”The Project of Feminist Epistemology: Perspectives from a Nonwestern Feminist’ Uma Narayan 33. ”Defining Black Feminist Thought” Patricia Hill Collins 34. ’The Heterosexual Imaginary: Feminist Sociology and Theories of Gender” Chrys Ingraham 35. ”Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective” Donna Haraway 36. ”This Sex Which is Not One” Luce Irigaray 37. ’Multiple Mediations: Feminist Scholarship in the Age of Multinational Reception’ Lata Mani 38. ”Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power” Sandra Bartky 39. ”Performative Acts and Gender Constitution: An Essay in Phenomenology and Feminist Theory” Judith Butler 40. ”Fighting Bodies, Fighting Words: A Theory and Politics of Rape Prevention’ Sharon Marcus 41. ”Under Western Eyes” Revisited: Feminist Solidarity through Anticapitalist Struggles” Chandra Talpade Mohanty 42. ’Chicana Feminism and Postmodernist Theory” Paula M.L. Moya 43. ”From Here to Queer: Radical Feminism, Postmodernism, and the Lesbian Menace (Or, Why Can’t a Woman be More Like a Fag?) Suzanna Danuta Walters 44. ”Sisterly Solidarity: Feminist Virtue Under Moderate Islam” Aihwa Ong 45. ”Out of Now-here” Malika Ndlovu

Edited by Elizabeth Kowaleski Wallace, Boston College, USA ”Schools with strong women’s studies programs will find this an invaluable source for understanding the foundations of feminist literary theory. ” – HE Bookwatch

The Encyclopedia of Feminist Literary Theory is an essential resource for scholars and students of feminist literary studies. Now available in paperback, the book offers a new, extended introduction outlining recent developments in the field such as ecofeminism, globalism and diaspora, defining emerging terms such as ’cisgendered’ and documenting the evolution of

queer theory. This volume provides overview entries on key people, issues, theories, terms, concerns, and methodologies in feminist literary theory. In addition, the book presents entries detailing the significance of literary periods and fields such as Medieval Studies, Shakespeare, and Romanticism for feminist theory, suggesting how feminisms affect the development of new ideas and intellectual practices. Incorporating short bibliographies within each entry and providing a comprehensive index, this volume offers both a critical resource and a springboard for further research. 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 473pp Pb: 978-0-415-99802-4: $59.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415998024

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Teaching Critical Thinking Practical Wisdom bell hooks, Berea College, USA

Addressing questions of race, gender, and class in this work, hooks discusses the complex balance that allows us to teach, value, and learn from works written by racist and sexist authors. Highlighting the importance of reading, she insists on the primacy of free speech, a democratic education of literacy. Throughout these essays, she celebrates the transformative power of critical thinking. This is provocative, powerful, and joyful intellectual work. It is a must read for anyone who is at all interested in education today. Selected Contents: Introduction

1. Critical Thinking 2. Democratic Education 3. Engaged Pedagogy 4. Decolonization 5. Integrity 6. Purpose 7. Collaboration (Written With Ron Scapp) 8. Conversation 9. Telling The Story 10. Sharing The Story 11. Imagination 12. To Lecture Or Not 13. Humor In The Classroom 14. Crying Time 15. Conflict 16. Feminist Revolution 17. Black, Female And Academic 18. Learning Past The Hate 19. Honoring Teachers 20. Teachers Against Teaching 21. Self-Esteem 22. The Joy Of Reading 23. Intellectual Life 24. Writing Books For Children 25. Spirituality 26. Touch 27. To Love Again 28. Feminist Change 29. Moving Past Race And Gender 30. Talking Sex 31. Teaching As Prophetic Vocation 32. Practical Wisdom 2009: 6 x 9: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-96819-5: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-96820-1: $24.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86919-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415968201

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Critical Perspectives on bell hooks

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Edited by Maria del Guadalupe Davidson, Oklahoma University, USA and George Yancy, Duquesne University, USA

A Guide to Intersectional Theory, Methodology and Writing

Series: Critical Social Thought

Although bell hooks has long challenged the dominant paradigms of race, class, and gender, there has never been a comprehensive book critically reflecting upon this seminal scholar’s body of work. Her written works aim to transgress and disrupt those codes that exclude others as intellectually mediocre, and hooks’ challenge to various hegemonic practices has heavily influenced scholars in numerous areas of inquiry. This important resource thematically examines hooks’ works across various disciplinary divides, including her critique on educational theory and practice, theorization of racial construction, dynamics of gender, and spirituality and love as correctives in postmodern life. Ultimately, this book offers a fresh perspective for scholars and students wanting to engage in the prominent work of bell hooks, and makes available to its readers the full significance of her work. Compelling and unprecedented, Critical Perspectives on bell hooks is a must-read for scholars, professors, and students interested in issues of race, class, and gender.

Feminist Studies Nina Lykke, Linköping University, Sweden Series: Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality

In this book, Nina Lykke highlights current issues in feminist theory, epistemology and methodology. Combining introductory overviews with cutting-edge reflections, Lykke focuses on analytical approaches to gendered power differentials intersecting with other processes of social in/ exclusion based on race, class, and sexuality. Lykke confronts and contrasts classical stances in feminist epistemology with poststructuralist and postconstructionist feminisms, and also brings bodily materiality into dialogue with theories of the performativity of gender and sex. This thorough and needed analysis of the state of Feminist Studies will be a welcome addition to scholars and students in Gender and Women’s Studies and Sociology.

2009: 6 x 9: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-98980-0: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-98981-7: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88150-7

Selected Contents: Part 1: What is Feminist Studies? 1. A Guide’s Introduction 2. A Postdisciplinary Discipline 3. Undoing Proper Research Objects Part 2: To Theorize Intersectional Gender/Sex 4. Intersectional Gender/Sex: A Conflictual and Power-Laden Issue 5. Theorizing Intersectionalities: Genealogies and Blind Spots 6. Genealogies of Doing 7. Making Corporealities Matter: Intersections of Gender and Sex Revisited Part 3: To Re-tool the Thinking Technologies 8. Rethinking Epistemologies 9. Methodologies, Methods and Ethics 10. Shifting Boundaries between Academic and Creative Writing Practices Part 4: To Use a Feminist Hermeneutics 11. Doing and Undoing the God-Trick: Analytical Examples

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March 2010: 6 x 9: 258pp Hb: 978-0-415-87484-7: $95.00

Selected Contents: Introduction, Maria del Guadalupe Davidson and George Yancy Part 1: Critical Pedagogy and Praxis Part 2: The Dynamics of Race and Gender Part 3: Spirituality and Love

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Work, Economics and Organization NEW

Poverty Capital Microfinance and the Making of Development Ananya Roy, University of California, Berkeley USA

This is a book about poverty but it does not study the poor and the powerless. Instead it studies those who manage poverty. It sheds light on how powerful institutions control ’capital,’ or circuits of profit and investment, as well as ”truth,” or authoritative knowledge about poverty. Such dominant practices are challenged by alternative paradigms of development, and the book details these as well. Using the case of microfinance, the book participates in a set of fierce debates about development – from the role of markets to the secrets of successful pro-poor institutions. Based on many years of research in Washington D.C., Bangladesh, and the Middle East, Poverty Capital also grows out of the author’s undergraduate teaching to thousands of students on the subject of global poverty and inequality.

Selected Contents: 1. Small Worlds: The Democratization of Capital and Development 2. Global Order: Circuits of Capital Truth 3. Dissent at the Margins: Development and the Bangladesh Paradox 4. The Pollution of Free Money: Debt, Discipline, and Dependence in the Middle East 5. Subprime Markets: Poverty Capital March 2010: 6 x 9: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-87672-8: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-87673-5: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-85471-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415876735

Gender, China and the World Trade Organization Essays from Feminist Economics

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Edited by Günseli Berik, University of Utah, USA, Xiao-yuan Dong, University of Winnipeg, Canada, Gale Summerfield, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA and Diana Strassmann, Rice University, USA

The essays in this volume examine how women’s well-being compared with men’s is being affected by the reforms associated with China’s membership in the WTO. This book was published as a special issue of Feminist Economics.

2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-49904-0: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415499040

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Women on the Line

NEW IN 2011

Miriam Glucksmann (Ruth Cavendish), University of Essex

Women and Work in Postwar Japan

”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

Women on the Line is a pioneering ethnographic classic of the world of work in a British motor components factory. Miriam Glucksmann (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 Womenıs 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 4.2 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: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-47641-6: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47642-3: $33.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88383-9 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415476423

Helen Macnaughtan, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK This book provides a comprehensive analysis of women working in the Japanese post-war economy.

Migration, Domestic Work and Affect A Decolonial Approach on Value and the Feminization of Labor Encarnación Gutiérrez-Rodriguez, University of Manchester, UK Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society

Selected Contents: Part 1: A Postwar Economic History of Japanese Women 1. Redefining the Economic Role of Women – The Occupation Years (1945-52) 2. Contributing to the Economic Miracle – Women & High Speed Growth (1955–73) 3. Restructuring Female Labour – Women & Lower Speed Growth (1975–1990) Part 2: The ’Nimble’ Female Hands of Japanese Industry 4. Women in the Manufacturing Industries – Textiles and Electronics 5. Women in the Service Industries - Banking and Finance 6. Women and the Wholesale & Retail Sector Part 3: Japanese Women and Socio-Economic Change 7. Diversification – Younger & Older Women in the Labour Market 8. Domesticity – Conflict of Tradition and Reality for Japanese Women 9. ’Feminine Future’ – The Role for Women in Japan’s Post-Bubble Economy?

”Using her own positioning as a child of guest workers as a starting point, Gutierrez-Rodriguez explores the precarious work lives and struggles for rights and respect of Latin American women employed as domestic workers in Europe. Her theorization of affective relations between housewives and domestic workers and the continuing coloniality of power within transculturation and translation processes make this book a pathbreaking contribution to migration research, and feminist studies.”

June 2011: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-32806-7: $150.00 eBook: 978-0-203-39086-3

Drawing upon several years of research in Germany, the UK, Spain, and Austria, and over 100 interviews with Peruvian, Ecuadorian and Chilean women working as domestic and care workers, this book examines hitherto unexplored areas of the interpersonal relationships between domestic and care workers and their employers.

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Time Use Studies and Unpaid Care Work Edited by Debbie Budlender, University of Cape Town, South Africa Series: Routledge/UNRISD Research in Gender and Development Across the world, unpaid care work – unpaid housework, care of persons, and ’volunteer’ work – is done predominantly by women. This book presents and compares unpaid care work patterns in seven different countries. It analyzes data drawn from large-scale time use surveys carried out under the auspices of the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD). With its in-depth concentration on time use patterns in developing nations, this book will offer many new insights for scholars of gender and care. Selected Contents: 1. What do Time Use Studies Tell Us about Unpaid Care Work? Evidence from Seven Countries Debbie Budlender 2. Tanzania: Care in the Context of HIV and AIDS Debbie Budlender 3. South Africa: When Marriage and the Nuclear Family Are Not the Norm Debbie Budlender 4. Unpaid Care Work: Analysis of the Indian Time Use Data Neetha N. and Rajni Palriwala 5. Republic of Korea: Analysis of Time Use Survey on Work and Care Mi-young An 6. Analysis of Time Use Surveys on Work and Care in Japan Yuko Tamiya and Masato Shikata 7. The Case of Nicaragua Isolda Espinosa González 8. Unpaid Care Work in the City of Buenos Aires Valeria Esquivel June 2010: 6 x 9: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-88224-8: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882248

– Nina Glick Schiller, Director Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Culture and Professor of Anthropology, University of Manchester, UK

Selected Contents: Introduction: Sensing Domestic Work 1. Decolonizing Migration Studies: On Transcultural Translation 2. Coloniality of Labor: Migration Regimes and the Latin American Diaspora in Europe 3. Governing the Household: On the Underside of Governmentality 4. Biopolitics and Value: Complicating the Feminization of Labor 5. Symbolic Power and Difference: Racializing Inequality 6. Affective Value: Ontologies of Exploitation 7. Decolonial Ethics and the Politics of Affects: Talking Rights April 2010: 6 x 9: 234pp Hb: 978-0-415-99473-6: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415994736

Gender and Agrarian Reforms Susie Jacobs, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Series: Routledge International Studies of Women and Place The redistribution of land has profound implications for women and for gender relations; however, gender issues have been marginalised from both theoretical and policy discussions of agrarian reform. This book presents an overview of gender and agrarian reform experiences globally. Jacobs highlights case studies from Latin America, Asia, Africa and eastern Europe and also compares agrarian and land reforms organised along collective lines as well as along individual household lines. This volume will be of interest to scholars in Geography, Women’s Studies, and Economics. 2009: 6 x 9: 268pp Hb: 978-0-415-37648-8: $120.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86784-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415376488

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NEW

Migrant Workers in Asia

Education

Distant Divides, Intimate Connections Nicole Constable, University of Pittsburgh, USA Scholars and scholar-activists promote new mappings and methodologies for studying migrant labor as they explore the lives and politics of South and Southeast Asian migrant domestic workers who move within and between multiple intersecting regions of Asia, broadly defined. This book was published as a special issue of Critical Asian Studies. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Nicole Constable 2. On Sentimental Orientalists, Christian Zionists, and Working Class Cosmopolitans: Filipina Domestic Workers’ Journeys to Israel and Beyond Claudia Liebelt 3. High in the Hierarchy, Rich in Diversity: Asian Domestic Workers, Their Networks, and Employers’ Preferences in Yemen Marina de Regt 4. Of Maids and Madams: Sri Lankan Domestic Workers and Their Employers in Jordan Elizabeth Frantz 5. Advocating for Sri Lankan Migrant Workers: Obstacles and Challenges Michele R. Gamburd 6. Transcending the Border: Transnational Imperatives in Singapore’s Migrant Worker Rights Movement Lenore Lyons 7. The Making of a Transnational Grassroots Migrant Movement: A Case Study of Hong Kong’s Asian Migrants’ Coordinating Body Hsiao-Chuan Hsia 8. Migrant Workers and the Many States of Protest in Hong Kong Nicole Constable 9. Undocumented Indonesian Workers in Macau: The Human Outcome of Colluding Interests Amy Sim and Vivienne Wee March 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-57814-1: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415578141

The Foundations of Female Entrepreneurship

2nd Edition

Readings for Diversity and Social Justice Edited by Maurianne Adams, Madeline L. Peters and Ximena Zuniga, all at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, Warren Blumenfeld, Iowa State University, USA, Carmelita Castaneda, University of Wyoming in Laramie, USA, Heather W. Hackman, St. Cloud State University, USA

Offering over one-hundred and thirty selections from some of the foremost scholars in from a wide range of fields, Readings for Diversity and Social Justice, Second Edition is the indispensible volume for every student, teacher, and social justice advocate.

Selected Contents: Table of Intersections. General Introduction 1. Conceptual Frameworks Introduction: Maurianne Adams 2. Racism Introduction: Lee Anne Bell, Carmelita (Rosie) Castañeda, Ximena Zúñiga 3. Classism Introduction: Maurianne Adams 4. Religious Oppression Introduction: Maurianne Adams, Khyati Y. Joshi 5. Sexism Introduction: Heather W. Hackman 6. Heterosexism Introduction: Warren J. Blumenfeld 7. Transgender Oppression Introduction: Chase Catalano, Davey Shlasko 8. Ableism Introduction: Carmelita (Rosie) Castañeda, Larissa E. Hopkins, Madeline L. Peters 9. Ageism & Adultism Introduction: Keri DeJong, Barbara J. Love 10. Working for Social Justice: Visions and Strategies for Change Introduction: Ximena Zúñiga

Enterprise, Home and Household in London, c. 1800–1870

January 2010: 7 x 10: 688pp Hb: 978-0-415-99139-1: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99140-7: $48.95

Alison Kay, University of Lancaster, UK

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Series: Routledge International Studies in Business History Just as women in business have often been hidden by men, they have often also been hidden by the ”home” and the conceptualization of separate spheres of public and private agency. This book argues that active business did not exclude women, although careful representation was vital and this has obscured the similarities of their businesses with those of many male business proprietors. 2009: 6 x 9: 202pp Hb: 978-0-415-43174-3: $138.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87379-3 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415431743

NEW 4 Volume Set

Women and Education Edited by Jane Martin, University of London, UK and Joyce Goodman, University of Winchester, UK Series: Major Themes in Education If a primary objective of feminism is to expose and challenge the social relations of power embedded in all spheres of life, then an exploration of the issues attached to female education is a vital aspect of such a project. Indeed, ‘women and education’ is now an established – and flourishing – domain of study. Edited by two leading scholars in the field, Women and Education is a four-volume collection of foundational and cutting-edge contributions further distinguished by the inclusion of autobiographical works to capture the experience of education as a broad societal process, and not simply as formal schooling. Selected Contents: Volume I: Space, Place, and Time Volume II: Pupils, Students, and Learning Volume III: Teachers and Teaching Volume IV: Politics and Policies December 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 1630pp Hb: 978-0-415-54939-4: $1075.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415549394

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The Reviewer’s Guide to Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences Edited by Gregory R. Hancock, University of Maryland, College Park, USA and Ralph O. Mueller, University of Hartford, USA The Reviewer’s Guide to Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences is designed for evaluators of research manuscripts and proposals in the social and behavioral sciences, and beyond. Its thirty-one uniquely structured chapters cover both traditional and emerging methods of quantitative data analysis, which neither junior nor veteran reviewers can be expected to know in detail. The book updates readers on each technique’s key principles, appropriate usage, underlying assumptions, and limitations. It thereby assists reviewers to offer constructive commentary on works they evaluate, and also serves as an indispensable author’s reference for preparing sound research manuscripts and proposals. Key features include:

For ease of use, all chapters follow the same structure: • the opening page of each chapter defines and explains the purpose of that statistical method • the next one or two pages provide a table listing various criteria that should be considered when evaluating and applying that methodological approach to data analysis • the remainder of each chapter contains numbered sections corresponding to the numbered criteria listed in the opening table. Each section explains the role and importance of that particular criterion. Chapters are written by methodological and applied scholars who are expert in the particular quantitative method being reviewed. February 2010: 7 x 10: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-96507-1: $199.00 Pb: 978-0-415-96508-8: $69.95 eBook: 978-0-203-86155-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415965088

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The Educated Woman Minds, Bodies, and Women’s Higher Education in Britain, Germany, and Spain, 1865–1914 Katharina Rowold, London Metropolitan University, UK Series: Routledge Research in Gender and History The Educated Woman is a comparative study of the ideas on female nature that informed debates on women’s higher education in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in three western European countries. Exploring the multi-layered roles of science and medicine in constructions of sexual difference in these debates, the book also pays attention to the variety of ways in which contemporary feminists negotiated and reconstituted conceptions of the female mind and its relationship to the body. While recognising similarities, Katharine Rowold shows how in each country the higher education debates and the underlying conceptions of women’s nature were shaped by distinct historical contexts. Selected Contents: Introduction: Women’s Higher Education and the Female Mind and Body. Part 1: Britain 1. Science, Feminism, and Sexual Difference: Moulding Female Nature through Higher Education, 1860s–1890 2. The Politics of Reproduction and Women’s Higher Education, 1885–1914 Part 2: Germany 3. Women, Bildung, and Culture, 1865–1900 4. ‘Die akademische Frau’: Motherhood, Race, and Culture, 1890–1914 5. Masculine Minds in Female Bodies: Sexology and Women’s Higher Education, 1869–1914 Part 3: Spain 6. Educated Women Give Birth to Advanced Nations, 1868–1900 7. After 1898: Degeneration and Regeneration. Conclusion.

Reconstructing Policy in Higher Education Feminist Poststructural Perspectives Edited by Elizabeth J. Allan, University of Maine, USA, Susan Iverson, Kent State University, USA and Rebecca Ropers-Huilman, University of Minnesota, USA Reconstructing Policy in Higher Education highlights the work of accomplished and award-winning scholars and provides concrete examples of how feminist poststructuralism effectively informs research methods and can serve as a vital tool for policy makers, analysts, and practitioners. The research examines a range of topics of interest to scholars and professionals including: purposes of Higher Education, administrative leadership, athletics, diversity, student activism, social class, the history of women in postsecondary institutions, and quality and science in the globalized university.

Students enrolled in Higher Education and Educational Policy programs will find this book offers them tools for thinking differently about policy analysis and educational practice. Higher Education faculty, managers, deans, presidents, and policy makers will find this book contributes significantly to their own policy analysis, practice, and discourse.

2009: 6 x 9: 322pp Hb: 978-0-415-20587-0: $95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86093-9

2009: 6 x 9: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-99776-8: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99777-5: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87003-7

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Activist Educators

NEW

Breaking Past Limits

Sociology of Education

Edited by Catherine Marshall and Amy L. Anderson, both at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA

A Critical Reader

Taking an active stand in today’s conservative educational climate can be a risky business. Activist Educators offers a view into the big picture of assertive idealistic professionals’ lives by presenting rich qualitative data on the impetus behind educators’ activism and the strategies they used to push limits in fighting for a cause. Chapters follow the stories of educator activists as they take on problems in schools, including sexual harassment, sexism, racism, reproductive rights, and GLBT rights. The research in Activist Educators contributes to an understanding of professional and personal motivations for educators’ activism, ultimately offering a significant contribution to aspiring teachers who need to know that education careers and social justice activist causes need not be mutually exclusive pursuits.

2008: 6 x 9: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-95666-6: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95667-3: $37.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89258-9 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415956673

The Routledge International Handbook of the Sociology of Education Edited by Michael W.Apple, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, Stephen J. Ball, Institute of Education, University of London, UK and Luis Armando Gandin, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil Series: Routledge International Handbooks of Education This collection brings together the work of a group of the world’s leading sociologists of education to explore and address key issues and concerns within the discipline. The chapters draw upon theory and research to provide “state of the art” accounts of contemporary educational processes, global trends, and changing and enduring forms of social conflict and social inequality. The topics which are addressed are of international relevance and significance. 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 423pp Hb: 978-0-415-80369-4: $199.00 eBook: 978-0-203-86370-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415803694

2nd Edition

Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity Through Education Edited by Susan S. Klein, Barbara Richardson, Dolores A. Grayson, Lynn H. Fox, Cheris Kramarae, Diane S. Pollard and Carol Anne Dwyer 2007: 8-1/2 x 11: 768pp Hb: 978-0-8058-5453-4: $330.00 Pb: 978-0-8058-5454-1: $119.95 eBook: 978-1-4106-1763-7 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780805854541

Edited by Alan R. Sadovnik, Rutgers University, USA This comprehensive and bestselling reader examines the most pressing topics in sociology and education while exposing students to examples of sociological research on schools. Drawing from classic and contemporary scholarship, noted sociologist Alan R. Sadovnik has chosen readings that examine current issues and reflect diverse theoretical approaches to studying the effects of schooling and society. The second edition provides students with seven new readings from some of the best theorists and researchers in education including James S. Coleman, Madeleine Arnot, and Claudia Buchman. Through full, rather than excerpted primary source readings, students have the opportunity to read sociological research as it is written and engage in critical analyses of readings in their entirety. Including comprehensive section introductions, questions for reflection and discussion, and suggested readings, Sociology of Education will stimulate student thinking about the important roles that schools play in contemporary society and their ability to solve fundamental social, economic and political problems. August 2010: 7 x 10: 582pp Hb: 978-0-415-80369-4: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-80370-0: $47.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415803700

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Women, War, Violence and Learning Edited by Shahrzad Mojab

This anthology provides fresh theorization of gendered dimensions of learning, war, and violence, with a view to offering new insights on the impact of violence on women’s learning and well being. The collection is an important contribution to emerging interdisciplinary approaches to the role and effectiveness of civil society, especially women’s NGOs, working in war and post-conflict zones, and to the relationship between neoliberal, global ”feminist” projects and the re-emergence of colonial and imperial feminisms. This book was published as a special issue in the International Journal of Lifelong Education.

February 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 168pp Hb: 978-0-415-55986-7: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415559867

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Fami ly

Family

Interracial Families

Media and Middle Class Moms

George Alan Yancey, University of North Texas, USA and Richard Lewis, Jr., University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

Images and Realities of Work and Family

Current Concepts and Controversies

Lara J. Descartes, University of Connecticut, USA and Conrad Kottak, University of Michigan, USA Choice Recommended, February 2010

Written by nationally recognized anthropologists Conrad Kottak and Lara J. Descartes, this ethnography of largely white, middle class families in a town in the midwest explores the role that the media play in influencing how those families cope with everyday work/family issues. The book insightfully reports that families struggle with, and make work/family decisions based largely on the images and ideas they receive from media sources, though they strongly deny being so influenced. An ideal book for teaching undergraduate family, media, and methods courses.

Are your undergraduate students interested in such topics as interracial dating, marriage, multiracial identity, transracial adoption, and related issues? If so, this is the perfect short text to assign in your course!

2008: 6-1/8 x 9-1/4: 184pp Hb: 978-0-415-99033-2: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99034-9: $36.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88572-7 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415990349

2nd Edition

Selected Contents: 1. Media-ting Work and Family 2. Studying a Midwestern Town 3. Changing Images of Family and Work in the Media 4. HGTV and Sports Illustrated 5. Work-Family Choices 6. Everybody Had a Role and They All Were a Family 7. Isolation, Boundaries, and Connection: Six Case Studies 8. Comparison, Connection, and Common Ground

Married Women Who Love Women

2009: 6 x 9: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-99308-1: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99309-8: $29.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89273-2

2008: 6 x 9: 231pp Hb: 978-1-56023-790-7: $64.50 Pb: 978-1-56023-791-4: $24.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88663-2

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Reconstructing Motherhood and Disability in the Age of ’Perfect’ Babies

Philosophy of Love, Sex, and Marriage

Gail Landsman, University at Albany, SUNY, USA A vital work at the intersection of the feminist anthropology of reproduction and disability studies 2008: 6 x 9: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-91788-9: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-91789-6: $36.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89190-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415917896

Second Edition Carren Strock

An Introduction Raja Halwani, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA

How is love different from lust or infatuation? Do love and marriage really go together “like a horse and carriage”? Does sex have any necessary connection to either? And how important are love, sex, and marriage to a well-lived life? In this lively, lucid, and comprehensive textbook, Raja Halwani pursues the philosophical questions inherent in these three important aspects of human relationships, exploring the nature, uses, and ethics of romantic love, sexuality, and marriage.

Selected Contents: 1. What Is Love? 2. Romantic Love 3. The Basis of Romantic Love 4. Love and Morality 5. What Is Sex? 6. Sex, Pleasure, and Morality 7. Sexual Objectification 8. Sexual Perversion and Fantasy 9. What Is Marriage? 10. Controversies Over Same-Sex Marriage March 2010: 6 x 9: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-99350-0: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99351-7: $27.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415993517

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Family Law, Sex and Society A Comparative Study of Family Law Peter De Cruz, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Comparative in both approach and framework, Family Law, Sex and Society provides a critical exposition of key areas in family law, exploring their evolution and development within their historical, cultural, political, and legal context.

Cross-referencing to English law throughout, this comparative textbook pays particular attention to the transformation of marriage; the development of divorce laws; matrimonial property; the legal recognition of unmarried heterosexual and same-sex cohabitants; the universal adoption of the best interests standard for children in domestic and international legislation; and the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 on family law in a variety of jurisdictions. Family Law, Sex and Society offers valuable socio-legal and socio-cultural insights into the practice of family law, and is the only textbook that provides a unified, coherent and comparative approach to the study of family law as it operates in these particular jurisdictions. Selected Contents: Introductory Overview; Jurisdictional Survey: Family Law in Europe; Family Law in the United States; Family Law in Australia and New Zealand; Family Law in Africa and Asia; Family Law in the Russian Federation; Family Law in Japan; Cohabitation, Informal Unions and Civil Partnerships in Comparative Perspective; Domestic Violence - a Comparative Survey; The Impact of Human Rights Law on Family Law; Common Themes, Key Debates and Comparative Overview. February 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 432pp Hb: 978-0-415-48430-5: $175.00 Pb: 978-1-85941-638-9: $66.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9781859416389

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Child Abuse, Gender and Society Jackie Turton, University of Essex, UK This book investigates the silence that surrounds the sexual abuse of children by women; uncovering the denial, minimization and rationales used by the victims, the perpetrators and the professionals. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Putting Child Sexual Abuse into Context 3. The Professionals 4. The Child Victim 5. The Female Offender 6. The Last Word June 2010: 6 x 9: 160pp Pb: 978-0-415-88294-1: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882941

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The Globalization of Motherhood

History

Deconstructions and reconstructions of biology and care

The Feminist History Reader

Edited by Wendy Chavkin, Columbia University, USA and JaneMaree Maher, Monash University, Australia

Edited by Sue Morgan

Series: Routledge Research in Comparative Politics This book brings together research from the Global North and the Global South to illuminate how contemporary motherhood is being changed by the processes of globalization. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction:The Globalization of Motherhood Wendy Chavkin Motherhood: Reproduction and Care JaneMaree Maher Part 2: Cross National Care Labor Mothers on the Move: Children’s Education and Transnational Mobility in Global-City Singapore Brenda S.A. Yeoh and Shirlena Huang Stratified Workers/Stratified Mothers: Migration Policies and Citizenship among Ecuadorian Immigrant Women Gioconda Herrera Part 3: Transationa Adoption Intercountry Adoption as Globalized Motherhood Peter Selman Transnational Adoption and the Transnationalization of Motherhood: Rethinking Abandonment, Adoption, and Return Barbara Yngvesson Part 4: A.R.T Across Borders Motherhood Jeopardized: Reproductive Technologies in Indian Communities Sayantani DasGupta and Shamita Das Dasgupta After Nature ... and Before? Reflections on the Globalization of Motherhood Margaret Jolly ‘Assisted’ Motherhood in Global Dubai: Reproductive Tourists and their Helpers Marcia C. Inhorn Part 5: Conclusion: Rights as Recourse: Globalized Motherhood and Human Rights Joanne Csete and Reilly Anne Willis Mothering Forward? Wendy Chavkin and JaneMaree Maher June 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-77894-7: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415778947

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 volume offers a unique portrayal of a multilevel impact of globalization on a broad spectrum of factors detrimental to safe motherhood and on the interaction of local environment with the globalized world. 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-48816-7: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415488167 www.routledge.com/9780415882941

Series: Routledge Readers in History

The Feminist History Reader gathers together key articles, from some of the very best writers in the field, that have shaped the dynamic historiography of the past thirty years, and introduces students to the major shifts and turning points in this dialogue.

Each reading has a comprehensive and clearly structured introduction with a guide to further reading, this wide-ranging guide to developments in feminist history is essential reading for all students of history. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Bringing the Female Subject into View 1. The Trouble With Patriarchy 2. Feminism and History 3. Golden Age to Separate Spheres? A Review of the Categories and Chronology of English Women’s History 4. Politics and Culture in Women’s History: A Symposium 5. Women’s History and Gender History: Aspects of an International Debate 6. History and the Challenge of Gender History Part 2: Deconstructing the Female Subject: Feminist History and ”The Linguistic Turn” 7. Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis 8. Does Sex Have a History? 9. Gender History/ Women’s History: Is Feminist Scholarship Losing its Critical Edge? 10. Gender as a Postmodern Category of Paralysis 11. Postmodern Blackness 12. Contingent Foundations: Feminism and the Question of ’Postmodernism’ Part 3: Searching for the Subject: Lesbian History 13. Who Hid Lesbian History? 14. Does it Matter if They Did it? 15. Lesbian History: All Theory and No Facts or All Facts and No Theory? 16. Queer: Theorizing Politics and History 17. ”Lesbian-Like” and the Social History of Lesbianisms 18. Toward a Global History of Same-Sex Sexuality Part 4: Centres of Difference: Decolonising Subjects: Rethinking Boundaries 19. Gender and Race: The Ampersand Problem in Feminist Thought 20. Challenging Imperial Feminism 21. An Open Letter to Mary Daly 22. ”What Has Happened Here?”: The Politics of Difference in Women’s History and Feminist Politics 23. Dead Women Tell No Tales: Issues of Female Subjectivity, Subaltern Agency and Tradition in Colonial and Postcolonial Writings on Widow Immolation in India 24. Gender and Nation 25. ”Introduction” to Civilizing Subjects 26. Rethinking Boundaries: Feminism and (Inter)Nationalism in EarlyTwentieth-Century India 27. Actions Louder than Words: The Historical Task of Defining Feminist Consciousness in Colonial West Africa 28. ”Under Western Eyes” Revisited: Feminist Solidarity Through Anticapitalist Struggles 29. Feminism’s History

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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper African American Reform Rhetoric and the Rise of a Modern Nation State Michael Stancliff, Arizona State University, USA Series: Studies in American Popular History and Culture A prominent early feminist, abolitionist, and civil rights advocate, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, wrote and spoke across genres and reform platforms during the turbulent second half of the nineteenth century. Her invention of a new commonplace language of moral character drew on the persuasive and didactic motifs of the previous decades of African-American reform politics, but far exceeded her predecessors in crafting lessons of rhetoric for women. Focusing on the way in which Harper brought her readers a critical training for the rhetorical action of a life commitment to social reform, this book reconsiders her practice as explicitly and primarily a project of teaching. This study also places Harper’s work firmly in black-nationalist lineages from which she is routinely excluded, establishes Harper as an architect of a collective African-American identity that constitutes a political and theoretical bridge between early abolitionism and twentieth-century civil rights activism, and contributes to the contemporary portrayal of Harper as an important theorist of African-American feminism whose radical egalitarian ethic has lasting relevance for civil rights and human rights workers. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Composing Character: Cultural Sources of African American Rhetorical Pedagogy 2. Reconstruction and Black Republican Pedagogy 3. Temperance Pedagogy: Lessons of Character in a Drunken Economy 4. Black Ireland: The Political Economics of African American Rhetorical Pedagogy after Reconstruction 5. Not as a Mere Dependent: The Historic Mission of African American Women’s Rhetoric at the End of the Century. Afterword August 2010: 6 x 9: 220pp Hb: 978-0-415-99763-8: $95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84825-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415997638

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Unequal Sisters An Inclusive Reader in US Women’s History Edited by Vicki L. Ruiz

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Representations of Eve in Antiquity and the English Middle Ages

Women in the United States Military

A Contemporary History of Women’s Sport

An Annotated Bibliography

Jean Williams, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK

John Flood, St. Catherine’s College, Oxford University, UK

Judith Bellafaire

Series: Routledge Research in Sports History

Series: Routledge Research Guides to American Military Studies

This work is an historical survey of women’s sport across the twentieth century and into the present day. Although the transfer from traditional to modern forms shifted noticeably in the eighteenth century, and accelerated in the nineteenth, this book’s focus is on the contemporary debates around women’s participation in the period that follows. It looks at some of the more recent methodological approaches to writing sports history and raises questions about how the history of women’s sport has so far been shaped by academic writers.

Series: Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture As the first woman, Eve was the pattern for all her daughters. The importance of readings of Eve for understanding how women were viewed at various times is a critical commonplace, but one which has been patchily investigated. This book systematically explores the different ways in which Eve was understood by Christians in antiquity and in the English middle ages, and it relates these understandings to female social roles. The result is an Eve more various than she is often depicted by scholars. Beginning with material from the bible, the Church Fathers and Jewish sources; the book goes on to look at a broad selection of medieval writing, including theological works and literary texts in Old and Middle English. In addition to dealing with famous authors such as Augustine, Aquinas, Dante and Chaucer, the writings of authors who are now less well-known, but who were influential in their time is explored. The book allows readers to trace the continuities and discontinuities in the way Eve was portrayed over a millennium and a half, and as such it is of interest to those interested in women or the bible in the middle ages.

November 2010: 6 x 9: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-80146-1: $150.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415801461

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Women’s Bookstores in the United States Junko Onosaka, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign, USA

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Nursing and Women’s Labour in the Nineteenth Century The Quest for Independence Sue Hawkins, Kingston University, UK This book presents a new examination of Victorian nurses which challenges commonly-held assumptions about their character and motivation. Nineteenth century nursing history has, until now, concentrated almost exclusively on nurse leaders, on the development of nursing as a profession and the politics surrounding registration. This emphasis on big themes, and reliance on the writings of nursing’s upper stratum, has resulted in nursing history being littered with stereotypes. This book is one of the first attempts to understand, in detail, the true nature of Victorian nursing at ground level.

December 2011: 6 x 9: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-88601-7: $105.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415886017

Globalizing Feminisms, 1789–1945 Edited by Karen Offen, Stanford University, USA Series: Rewriting Histories

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Feminist Revolution in Literacy

December 2010: 6 x 9: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-87796-1: $110.00

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Women’s participation in the U.S. Armed Forces has grown over time in response to the national need for their services. Throughout each era of American history, patriotic women volunteered to serve their country in a wide variety of official and unofficially sanctioned capacities. When there was a call to duty, the United States Armed Forces always relied upon women to be a part of the effort. Women in the United States Military: An Annotated Bibliography is the most complete and up to date listing of resources to help students and scholars understand the effect women have had on the wars that have shaped the United States. Covering everything from the American Revolution to Operations in Iraq, Women in the United States Military is essential for all academic and research libraries.

This book examines the history of women’s bookstores in the US from the 1970s to the 1990s. It establishes that women’s bookstores played an important role in feminism by enabling the dissemination of women’s voices and thereby helping to sustain and enrich the women’s movement. They improved women’s literacy – their abilities to read, write, publish, and distribute women’s voices and visions – and helped women to instigate a feminist revolution in literacy. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Time we had No Womenıs Bookstores 3. The Birth of Womenıs Bookstores 4. Womenıs Bookstores in the 1970s: Lesbian Feminists 5. Womenıs Bookstores in the 1980s 6. Womenıs Bookstores in the 1980s 7. More than a Bookstore 8. Womenıs Bookstores in the 90’s 9. Conclusion April 2010: 6 x 9: 296pp Pb: 978-0-415-88260-6: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882606

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This definitive Reader presents a coherent, comprehensive, comparative, and much-needed collective history of women’s activism throughout the world.

Including key pieces on the history of feminism from an international group of scholars, the book charts feminists’ attempts to restore a balance of power between the sexes against a backdrop of huge cultural, social and political transitions across the world. The collection covers the period from the beginning of the French Revolution in 1789 – a turning point that gave rise to practical efforts to embody principles of rights, liberty, and equality on behalf of women as well as men – up until the end of World War II. The chapters reach out well beyond Europe and the Americas to examine the history of feminisms in Japan, India, China, the Middle East and Australasia. Selected Contents: Series Editor’s. Preface. Acknowledgements. Signposts – Chronology Introduction Karen Offen Part 1: Opening Out National Histories of Feminisms Part 2: Rethinking Feminist Action in Religious and Denominational Contexts Part 3: Birthing International Feminist Initiatives in an Age of Nationalisms and Imperialisms Part 4: Reconceptualizing Historical Knowledge through Feminist Historical Perspectives 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 472pp Hb: 978-0-415-77867-1: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77868-8: $46.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415778688

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Female Prostitution in Costa Rica

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Anne Hayes, Fordham University, USA

Confronting Global Gender Justice

Selected Contents: 1. Theory 2. Regional Differentiation of Colony and Nation to 1890 3. The Development of Prostitution in Puntarenas, 1880-1910 4. Impact of the Pacific Railroad on Nation and Periphery, 1910-1930 5. Conclusion: Prostitution in Puntarenas and the State March 2010: 6 x 9: 244pp Pb: 978-0-415-88258-3: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882583

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Gender and Global Restructuring

Historical Perspectives, 1880-1930 This book analyzes the development of female prostitution in the Pacific port of Puntarenas, Costa Rica during the advanced stage of the coffee exporting economy (1880–1930), at the height of the consolidation of the liberal state.

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Sightings, Sites and Resistances Edited by Marianne H. Marchand, Universidad de las Américas, Mexico and Anne Sisson Runyan, University of Cincinatti, USA

Women’s Lives, Human Rights Edited by Debra Bergoffen, Paula Ruth Gilbert, Tamara Harvey and Connie L. McNeely, all at George Mason University, USA

Confronting Global Gender Justice contains a unique, interdisciplinary collection of essays that address some of the most complex and demanding challenges facing theorists, activists, analysts, and educators engaged in the tasks of defining and researching women’s rights as human rights and fighting to make these rights realities in women’s lives.

With thematic sections on Complicating Discourses of Victimhood, Interrogating Practices of Representation, Mobilizing Strategies of Engagement, and Crossing Legal Landscapes, this volume offers both specific case studies and more general theoretical interventions. Contributors examine and assess current understandings of gender justice, and offer new paradigms and strategies for dealing with the complexities of gender and human rights as they arise across local and international contexts. In addition, it offers a particularly timely assessment of the effectiveness and limits of international rights instruments, governmental and nongovernmental organization activities, grassroots and customary practices, and narrative and photographic representations. This book is a valuable resource for both undergraduate and graduate students in fields such as Gender or Women’s Studies, Human Rights, Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology, as well as researchers and professionals working in related areas. Selected Contents: Introduction: Women’s Lives, Human Rights Part 1: Complicating the Discourses of Victimhood Part 2: Interrogating Practices of Representation Part 3: Strategies of Engagement Part 4: Crossing Legal Part 5: Confronting Global Gender Justice

Series: RIPE Series in Global Political Economy

”Bringing together leading scholars in international political economy, Gender and Global Restructuring illuminates the changing effects of neoliberal economic policies on the governance of intimacy, family formation, and the production of raced, gendered, sexualized identities. Sweeping in scope, the volume provides new insights into the complex dynamics of nationstates, international institutions, and transnational social movements as they grapple with increasing inequalities in the twenty-first century.” – Mary Hawkesworth, Rutgers University, USA, Editor, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society In this new edition of this best selling text, interdisciplinary feminist experts from around the world provide new analyses of the ongoing relationship between gender and neoliberal globalization under the new imperialism in the post-9/11 context. Providing a coherent and challenging approach to the issues of gender and the processes of globalization in the new millennium, this important text will be of interest to students and scholars of IPE, international relations, economics, development and gender studies.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Sightings Part 2: Sites Part 3: Resistances August 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-77679-0: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77680-6: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-89497-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415776806

November 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-78078-0: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-78079-7: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83859-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415780797

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Resisting Citizenship

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Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance

Feminist Essays on Politics, Community, and Democracy

Women, Civil Society and the Geopolitics of Democratization

Amy Lind, University of Cincinnati, USA Series: Routledge/RIPE Studies in Global Political Economy

Drawing on gender, queer and postcolonial studies and representing different regional perspectives, this book critically examines the relationship among gender, sexuality, global governance, development and queer social movements in the global South.

Selected Contents: Introduction: Development, Global Governance, and Sexual Subjectivities Amy Lind Part 1: Querying/Queering Development: Theories, Representations, Strategies 1. Why the Development Industry Should Get Over its Obsession with Bad Sex and Start to Think about Pleasure Susie Jolly 2. Transgendering Development: Reframing Hijras and Development Jyoti Puri 3. Querying Feminist Economics’ Straight Path to Development: Household Models Reconsidered Suzanne Bergeron Part 2: Negotiating Heteronormativity in Development Institutions 4. The World Bank’s GLOBE: Queers in/Queering Development Andil Gosine 5. NGOs as Erotic Sites Ara Wilson 6. Promoting Exports, Restructuring Love: How the World Bank Manages Policy Tensions through Heteronormativity in the Flower Industry Kate Bedford 7. ”Headless Families” and ”Detoured Men”: Off the Straight Path of Modern Development in Bolivia Susan Paulson Part 3: Resisting Global Hegemonies, Struggling for Sexual Rights and Gender Justice 8. Spelling It Out: From Alphabet Soup to Sexual Rights and Gender Justice Sangeeta Budhiraja, Susana T. Fried and Alexandra Teixeira 9. Disrupting Gender Normativity in the Middle East: Supporting Gender Transgression as a Development Strategy Petra Doan 10. Behind the Mask: Developing LGBTI Visibility in Africa Ashley Currier 11. Queer Dominican Moves: In the Interstices of Colonial Legacies and Global Impulses Maja Horn January 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-77607-3: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-59262-8: $53.95

Martha A. Ackelsberg, Smith College, USA

Political participation in America – supposedly the world’s strongest democracy – is startlingly low, and many of the civil rights and economic equity initiatives that were instituted in the 1960s and ’70s have been abandoned, as significant proportions of the populace seem to believe that the civil rights battle has been won. However, rates of collective engagement, like community activism, are surprisingly high. In Resisting Citizenship, renowned feminist political scientist Martha Ackelsberg argues that community activism may hold important clues to reviving democracy in this time of growing bureaucratization and inequality. This book brings together many of Ackelsberg’s writings over the past twenty-five years, combining her own field work and interviews with cutting edge research and theory on democracy and activism. She explores these efforts in order to draw lessons – and attempt to incorporate knowledge – about current notions of democracy from those who engage in ’non-traditional’ participation, those who have, in many respects, been relegated to the margins of political life in the United States.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Rethinking Politics/Rethinking Community Part 2: Challenging Dichotomies: Dependency, Privacy, Identity, Power Part 3: Is Citizenship the Goal? 2009: 6 x 9: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-93518-0: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-93519-7: $39.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415935197

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Gender and Transitional Justice

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The Women of East Timor

The Cultural Politics of Female Sexuality in South Africa

Series: Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series

Henriette Gunkel, Fort Hare Institute of Social and Economic Research, South Africa Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society Sexual identity has emerged into the national discourse of post-apartheid South Africa, bringing the subject of rights and the question of gender relations into the nation’s politics. This book is a fascinating reflection on the effects of these discourses on non-normative modes of sexuality and on the country more generally. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. ”Homosexuality is Un-African”: Unfolding the Colonial Legacy within Post-Apartheid Homophobia 2. Is Pink Really White in South Africa? Reflections on Discourses of Homosexuality in the Post/Apartheid State 3. Homosociality and the Technologies of Homophobia 4. ”I Didn’t Think of It as Lesbian”: Mapping out Intimacy and Homo/Sociality 5. Aftermath

Susan Harris Rimmer, Australian National University This book provides the first comprehensive feminist analysis of the role of international law in the formal transitional justice mechanisms. Using East Timor as a case study, it offers reflections on transitional justice administered by a UN transitional administration. Often presented as a UN success story, the author demonstrates that, in spite of women and children’s rights programmes of the UN and other donors, justice for women has deteriorated in post-conflict Timor, and violence has remained a constant in their lives. February 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-56118-1: $130.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415561181

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Denise M. Horn, Northeastern University, USA Series: Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality Denise M. Horn offers a fresh, innovative feministconstructivist perspective to the debates about democratization and civil society by arguing that Western gender norms – i.e. those norms that determine degrees of participation within civil society – inform the policies of hegemonic powers and transform the foundations of civil society in transitional states. Over the past decade, democratization and civil society promotion became key variables in preserving global security and the liberal economic market. This book examines the prevalence of democratization policies as a hegemonic geopolitical tool; these policies represent a concerted political effort in which civil society organizations are manipulated through funding strategies. Denise Horn offers a fresh, innovative feminist-constructivist perspective by arguing that Western gender norms – i.e. those norms that determine degrees of participation within civil society – inform the policies of hegemonic powers and transform the foundations of civil society in transitional states. This powerful volume will be of interest to students and scholars in Gender and Women’s Studies, Political Science, and International Relations. Selected Contents: Part 1: Constructing Gender and Democratization Within a Framework of Geopolitics Part 2: Case Studies: Gentle Invasions and the Newly Independent States March 2010: 6 x 9: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-87225-6: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415872256

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Politics and the Religious Imagination

Gender and Neoliberalism in India

Edited by John H.A. Dyck and Paul S. Rowe, both at Trinity Western University, Canada and Jens Zimmermann

The All India Democratic Women’s Association and Globalization Politics

Series: Routledge Studies in Religion and Politics Politics and the Religious Imagination is the product of a group of interdisciplinary scholars each analyzing the connections between religious narratives and the construction of regional and global politics, combining a set of theoretical and philosophic insights with several case studies that represent varied geographies and religious customs. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Rowe, Zimmermann, and Dyck Section 1: Imagining Religion and Politics 2. Politics and the Religious Imagination Richard Kearney 3. Imagining the Catechism of the Citizen Simon Critchley 4. Catechising the Secular Imagination: a Response to Simon Critchley Jens Zimmermann Section 2: The Religious Imagination in American Politics 5. Agents of Change: Lyndon Johnson, Catholics, and Civil Rights Lawrence McAndrews 6. Narrating Desire: the Gospel of Wealth in Christian America David Gutterman 7. Green for God: Religious Environmentalists in the United States Andrew Pieper 8. Understanding Jewish Women and their Efforts to Secure Political Power Terri Fine Section 3: The Religious Imagination in Global Politics 9. Accomodating the Other: Lessons from Encounters between Christianity and Confucianism in Early Modern China Hassan Bashir 10. Charles Taylor’s Modernity in a Latin American Catholicism Gustavo Morello 11. Telling Multiple Stories: the BJP’s Appeal to Group-Specific Interests and the Hindutva Master Frame Shelly Ghai 12. Crosscutting Narratives: Diaspora and Indigenous Movements among Coptic Christians in Egypt Paul Rowe 13. Conclusion Rowe, Zimmermann and Dyck June 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-77998-2: $125.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415779982

Crime and Criminal Justice

Elisabeth Armstrong, Smith College, USA

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Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society

Textbook

This book explores how one socialist women’s organization based in India has flourished in neoliberalism’s shadow. From 1991 to the present, the doctrine of liberalization has guided Indian politics and economic policy. These neoliberal measures have vastly reduced poverty alleviation schemes, price supports for poor farmers, and opened India’s economy to the unpredictability of global financial fluctuations. During this same period, The All India Democratic Women’s Association has grown from a national organization with roughly three million members to one with nine and a half million members, the majority of whom are landless rural women and urban working poor women who daily face caste, class and gender discrimination as well as intensified Hindu fundamentalist violence. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Armstrong grounds theories of women’s activism in the specificity of local, regional and national Indian campaigns, through the stories of AIDWA member-activists, participant observation of local projects like their legal clinics, and the history of their movement. Scholars engaged with feminism, socialism, women’s solidarity, activism, or transnational politics will benefit greatly from reading this work.

Feminist Criminology

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Multiple Pasts: AIDWA and the Indian Post-Independence Women’s Movement 2. Gender and Socialist Ideology in the Nineties 3. Activist Research, Political Knowledge 4. Time and Money in Neoliberalism: The Building Blocks of Women’s Political Organization 5. In Solidarity: AIDWA’s Transnational Translation. Conclusion March 2011: 6 x 9: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-96158-5: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415961585

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. Claire M. 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? February 2011: 5-1/4 x 7-3/4: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-38143-7: $128.00 Pb: 978-0-415-38142-0: $31.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93031-1 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415381420

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Victims, Gender and Jouissance Victoria Grace, University of Canterbury, New Zealand Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society Victims, Gender and Jouissance offers an in-depth exploration of the concept of the victim. In bringing together critical readings of major theorists of victimization, Grace draws from their disparate visions to offer a richer picture of the causes of gendered violence and to discover strategies that will mitigate that violence. May 2011: 6 x 9: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-80618-3: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415806183

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Beyond Bad Girls

Rethinking Rape Law

Gender, Violence and Hype

International and Comparative Perspectives

Meda Chesney-Lind and Katherine Irwin

Edited by Clare McGlynn, Durham University, UK and Vanessa E. Munro, University of Nottingham, UK

In this important new work, two respected criminologists challenge the characterization of the new ”bad girl” arguing that it is only a new attempt to punish girls who are not the stereotypical depiction of good. Through interviews with young women, educators and people in the criminal justice system, Beyond Bad Girls exposes the formal and informal systems of socio-cultural control imposed on girls.

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Gender, Violence, and Law Melanie Randall, The University of Western Ontario, Canada Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society The law has been the major site of advocacy, reform efforts and social change in relation to a variety of complex social problems. Gendered violence is one of them. After nearly three decades of advocacy and law reform, what can we understand about current legal responses to, and engagement with, issues of gendered violence? This book aims squarely at critically analyzing legal responses to, interventions in, and remedies for violence against women, with an overarching aim of assessing the extent to which the law has been – or could still be – effectively utilized in the project to end violence in women’s lives. Drawing on Canadian, U.S. and UK jurisprudence and spanning a variety of contexts of gendered violence (including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and rape), Melanie Randall illustrates the persistent complexities and challenges surrounding legal understandings of and responses to violence against women. Selected Contents: Part 1: Gender, Violence and the Law Part 2: Legal Images of Gendered Violence in Intimate Relationships: The Complexities of Lawıs Responses Part 3: Engaging The State: State Accountability in Private Law, Public Law and the International Sphere Part 4: Conclusion March 2011: 6 x 9: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-87117-4: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415871174

Rethinking Rape Law: International and Comparative Perspectives provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of contemporary rape laws, across a range of jurisdictions. In a context in which there has been considerable legal reform of sexual offences, Rethinking Rape Law engages with developments spanning national, regional and international frameworks. It is only when we fully understand the differences between the law of rape in times of war and in times of peace, between common law and continental jurisdictions, between societies in transition and societies long inured to feminist activism, that we are able to understand and evaluate current practices, with a view to change and a better future for victims of sexual crimes. It is destined to become the primary source for scholarly work and debate on sexual offences laws.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Conceptual and Theoretical Engagements Part 2: International and Regional Perspectives Part 3: National Perspectives Part 4: New Agendas and Directions April 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-55027-7: $140.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415550277

Violence Against Women Vulnerable Populations Douglas A. Brownridge, University of Manitoba, USA Series: Contemporary Sociological Perspectives Violence Against Women: Vulnerable Populations investigates under-researched and underserved groups of women who are particularly vulnerable to violent victimization from an intimate male partner. In the past, there has been an understandable reluctance to address this issue to avoid stereotyping vulnerable groups of women. However, developments in the field, particularly intersectionality theory, which recognizes women’s diversity in experiences of violence, suggest that the time has come to make the study of violence in vulnerable populations a new sub-field in the area. As the first book of its kind, Violence Against Women: Vulnerable Populations identifies where violence on vulnerable populations fits within the field, develops a method for studying vulnerable populations, and brings vital new knowledge to the field through the analysis of original data (from three large-scale representative surveys) on eight populations of women who are particularly vulnerable to violence.

2009: 6-1/8 x 9-1/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-99607-5: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99608-2: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87743-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415996082

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The Gender and Media Reader Edited by Mary Celeste Kearney, University of Texas, Austin, USA The Gender and Media Reader is the first comprehensive, interdisciplinary anthology of the best known and most influential writings in gender and media studies. It is an essential text for those interested in the development of gender and media studies, its primary topics, debates, and theoretical approaches. In contrast to most other readers edited by feminist media scholars, The Gender and Media Reader is not sex-specific; it examines media culture in relation to males and masculinity as well as females and femininity, while also paying close attention to the many other identities that intersect with gender, particularly race and sexuality. Moreover, unlike many readers edited by media scholars, The Gender and Media Reader is not medium specific; it explores gender through a variety of increasingly convergent media forms, including film, music, radio, television, magazines, advertising, music videos, video games, and the Internet.

September 2010: 7 x 10: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-99345-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-99346-3: $45.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415993463

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The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader Edited by Amelia Jones, McGill University, Canada Series: In Sight: Visual Culture

Feminism is one of the most important perspectives from which visual culture has been theorized and historicized over the past forty years. Challenging the notion of feminism as a unified discourse, this second edition of The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader assembles a wide array of writings that address art, film, architecture, popular culture, new media and other visual fields from a feminist perspective.

January 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 736pp Hb: 978-0-415-54369-9: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-54370-5: $49.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415543705

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ORLAN

Handbook of Emotions and Mass Media

A Hybrid Body of Artworks Edited by Simon Donger and Simon Shepherd, both at Central School of Speech and Drama, London, UK ORLAN: A Hybrid Body of Artworks is the first in-depth academic account of ORLAN’s pioneering art in its entirety. The book covers her career in performance and a range of other art forms. This single accessible overview of ORLAN’s practices describes and analyses her various innovative uses of the body as artistic material.

Edited by Simon Donger with Simon Shepherd and ORLAN herself, the collection highlights her artistic impact from the perspectives of both performance and visual cultures. The book features: • vintage texts by ORLAN and on ORLAN’s work, including manifestos, key writings and critical studies • ten new contributions, responses and interviews by leading international specialists on performance and visual arts • over fifty images demonstrating ORLAN’s art, with thirty full colour pictures • a new essay by ORLAN, written specially for this volume • a new bibliography of writing on ORLAN • an indexed listing of ORLAN’s artworks and key themes. June 2010: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-56233-1: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-56234-8: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-85170-8 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415562348

Edited by Katrin Doveling and Christian von Scheve, both at Free University of Berlin, Germany and Elly A. Konijn, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands

The impact of mass media on individuals and society is to a great extent based on human emotions. Emotions, in turn, are essential in understanding how media messages are processed as well as media’s impact on individual and social behavior and public social life.

Adopting an interdisciplinary approach to the study of emotions within a mass media context, the Handbook of Emotions and Mass Media addresses areas such as evolutionary psychology, media entertainment, sociology, cultural studies, media psychology, political communication, persuasion, and new technology. Leading experts from across the globe explore cutting-edge research on issues including the evolutionary functions of mediated emotions, emotions and media entertainment , measurements of emotions within the context of mass media, media violence, fear-evoking media, politics and public emotions, features , forms and functions of emotions beyond the message, and provide the reader a glimpse into future generations of media technology. This compelling and authoritative Handbook is an essential reference tool for scholars and students of media, communication studies, media psychology, emotions, cultural studies, sociology, and other related disciplines. Selected Contents: Part 1: Emotions and Mass Media: From Motives and Consequences to Meaning and Measurement Part 2: The Entertaining Experiences of Emotions through Mass Media Part 3: Mass Media, Politics, and Public Emotions Part 4: Features, Forms, and Functions: Emotions Beyond the Message Part 5: Emotions and Next Generation Media September 2010: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 392pp Hb: 978-0-415-48160-1: $180.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88539-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415481601

Next Wave Cultures Feminism, Subcultures, Activism Edited by Anita Harris

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This new collection provides an interdisciplinary examination of young women’s multilayered lives. Contributors from various fields wrestle with both subculture theory and feminism in an attempt to understand contemporary strategies for connection and social action.

Screening Gender on Children’s Television The Views of Producers around the World Dafna Lemish, Tel Aviv University, Israel Screening Gender on Children’s Television offers readers insights into the transformations taking place in the presentation of gender portrayals in television productions aimed at younger audiences. It goes far beyond a critical analysis of the existing portrayals of gender and culture by sharing media professionals’ action-oriented recommendations for change that would promote gender equity, social diversity and the wellbeing of children.

Incorporating the author’s interviews with 135 producers of children’s television from 65 countries, this book discusses the role television plays in the lives of young people and, more specifically, in developing gender identity. It examines how gender images presented to children on television are intertwined with important existential and cultural concerns that occupy the social agenda worldwide, including the promotion of education for girls, prevention of HIV/AIDS and domestic violence and caring for ‘neglected’ boys who lack healthy masculine role models, as well as confronting the pressures of the beauty myth. Screening Gender on Children’s Television is an accessible text which will appeal to a wide audience of media practitioners as well as students and scholars. It will be useful on a range of courses, including popular culture, gender, television and media studies. Researchers will also be interested in the breadth of this cross-cultural study and its interviewing methodology. Selected Contents: List of Figures. Acknowledgements. The Journey: A Preface 1. Gender Representations and Their Socializing Role: What Do We Already Know? 2. Studying Producers of Quality Television Around the Globe: Methodological Issues 3. What Does Gender Mean? Understanding Gender in Cultural Context 4. The Big No-No: Sex and Sexualities 5. The Segregated Workplace and the Implied Audience 6. Gender Representations in Childrenıs Television: Eight Working Principles For Change 7. Beyond the Principles: Concluding Notes on Changing Gender Representations. References. Annotated Program and Film Index. Author Index. Topic Index February 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48205-9: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48206-6: $35.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415482066

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Lycra Kaori O’Connor, University College, London, UK Series: Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology

2007: 6 x 9: 296pp Hb: 978-0-415-95709-0: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95710-6: $35.95 eBook: 978-0-203-94001-3

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Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture Edited by Rosemarie Buikema and Iris van der Tuin, both at Utrecht University, the Netherlands 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. Selected 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: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-49382-6: $152.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49383-3: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87680-0 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415493833

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Re-imagining Milk Andrea Wiley, Indiana University, USA Series: Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology Written explicitly for undergraduates, Re-imagining Milk demonstrates how a particular commodity can be used to illustrate ethnocentric beliefs about the universal goodness of milk; biological variation in human populations; political and economic processes that inform dietary policies, nutrition education, and current trends in globalization; the utility of a biocultural approach to the study of food; the cultural construction of a commodity that is consumed by many students on a daily basis, or if not, certainly is one that students ”know” they ”should” consume daily. November 2010: 7 x 10: 128pp Hb: 978-0-415-80656-5: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-80657-2: $25.95 eBook: 978-0-203-83697-2 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415806572

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Media Representations of Gender and Torture Post-9/11

Feminism, Culture and Embodied Practice

Marita Gronnvoll, Eastern Illinois University, USA

The Rhetorics of Comparison

Series: Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Communication

Carolyn Pedwell, Newcastle University, UK

In this timely book, Marita Gronnvoll offers a feminist rhetorical examination of gender and torture, looking at the media coverage of Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo Bay, as well as recent popular entertainment television serials where torture appears as a plot device (including 24). In exposing news media coverage to such scrutiny, she finds that cases of American personnel engaging in torture achieved notoriety chiefly because of the fact that women were perpetrators. The language of commentators suggests at least as much social outrage over the gender performance of the women as over the fact of torture being committed by Americans. At the same time, political and social discourses sketch a portrait of an intractable enemy in the form of the Muslim ”Other” and betray a longing for a savior warrior hero who is capable of prevailing over this perceived ”evil.” Yet, news coverage of Abu Ghraib and Guantánamo Bay suggests women warriors are socially perceived as lacking the necessary qualifications to be such saviors. This finding provides a transition into an examination of popular entertainment television programs that feature male and female heroes as government agents engaged in fighting the war on terrorism. Ultimately, Gronnvoll’s analysis suggests that a Western cultural longing for a savior is partially fulfilled through fictional programming portrayals of masculine warriors who engage in torture and remain heroic.

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.

April 2010: 6 x 9: 186pp Hb: 978-0-415-87480-9: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415874809

Series: Transformations

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. Selected Contents: Introduction: Feministm, Culture and Embodied Practice: The Rhetorics of Comparison 1. Comparing Cultures: Feminist Theory, Anti-Essentialism and New Humanisms 2. Critical Frameworks: Intersectionality, Relationality and Embodiment 3. Continuums and Analogues: Linking ’African’ Female Genital Cutting and ’Western’ Body Modifications 4. Constitutive Comparisons: Producing Muslim Veiling, Anorexia and ’Western’ Fashion and Beauty Practices 5. Weaving Relational Webs: Theorising Cultural Difference and Embodied Practice

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May 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-49790-9: $130.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87753-1

Coffee Culture

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Local and Global Dimensions of the World’s Most Controversial Beverage Catherine M. Tucker, Indiana University, USA Series: Routledge Series for Creative Teaching and Learning in Anthropology From the coffee producers and pickers who tend the plantations in tropical nations, to the middlemen and processors, to the consumers who drink coffee without ever having to think about how the drink reached their hands, here is a commodity that ties the world together. This is a great little book that helps students apply anthropological concepts and theories to their everyday lives, learn how historical events and processes have shaped the modern world and the contexts of their lives, and how consumption decisions carry ramifications for our health, the environment, the reproduction of social inequality, and the possibility of supporting equity, sustainability and social justice. January 2011: 6 x 9: 128pp Hb: 978-0-415-80024-2: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-80025-9: $29.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415800259

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Antebellum American Women Writers and the Road American Mobilities Susan L. Roberson, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, USA Series: Routledge Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature A study of American women’s narratives of mobility and travel, this book examines how geographic movement opened up other movements or mobilities for antebellum women at a time of great national expansion. Concerned with issues of personal and national identity, the study demonstrates how women not only went out on the open road, but participated in public discussions of nationhood in the texts they wrote. Roberson examines a variety of narratives and subjects, including not only traditional travel narratives of voyages to the West or to foreign locales, but also the ways travel and movement figured in autobiography, spiritual, and political narratives, and domestic novels by women as they constructed their own politics of mobility. These narratives by such women as Margaret Fuller, Susan Warner, and Harriet Beecher Stowe destabilize the male-dominated stories of American travel and nation-building as women claimed the public road as a domain in which they belonged, bringing with them their own ideas about mobility, self, and nation. October 2010: 6 x 9: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-88354-2: $105.00 eBook: 978-0-203-84001-6 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415883542

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Medieval Monstrosity and the Female Body Sarah Alison Miller, Duquesne University, USA Series: Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture Miller argues that one incarnation of monstrosity in the Middle Ages – the female body – exists in special relation to medieval conceptualizations of the monstrous. Because female corporeality is pervasive, proximate, and necessary, it illustrates the supreme allure and danger of the monster, thereby highlighting the powers and problems of teratology.

Crossing Gender in Shakespeare

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Feminist Psychoanalysis and the Difference Within

Nineteenth-century Women Novelists and Byronism

James W. Stone, National University of Singapore

Caroline Franklin, University of Wales, UK

The Female Romantics

Series: Routledge Studies in Shakespeare

Series: Routledge Studies in Romanticism

Stone effects a return to gender in Shakespeare studies through a feminist psychoanalytic look at those of the Bard’s tragedies and comedies that include elements of gender crossing or cross-dressing. Through close, linguistic readings of plays including Othello, Hamlet, Richard II, Antony and Cleopatra, Twelfth Night, and Cymbeline, Stone offers a sophisticated critique of gender and difference as depicted in Renaissance and Shakespearean texts.

This study focuses on the dynamic interaction between Byron and Madame de Sta’l, Lady Morgan, Mary Shelley and Jane Austen; and the reaction to Byronism of the Bront’s and Harriet Beecher Stowe. It thus challenges previous critics’ segregation of the male Romantic poets from their female peers, whose agenda was perceived to be different: domestic and social.

February 2010: 6 x 9: 204pp Hb: 978-0-415-87360-4: $95.00

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Generating the Hybrid City

March 2011: 6 x 9: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-99541-2: $95.00

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Working with Affect in Feminist Readings

Women Writers Create Urban Space

Disturbing Differences

Isabel Carrera Suárez, University of Oviedo, Spain

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

Series: Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures This book is a study of the representation of the global, postcolonial, hybrid city by women writers in English. Focusing specifically on London, Toronto and Singapore as examples of different positions in the postcolonial process, Suarez grounds her discussion on theories of the global city, urban representation and postcolonial, diaspora and gender theories. The study includes close analysis of works by writers such as Jackie Kay and Andrea Levy (UK), Janice Kulyk Keefer and Dionne Brand (Canada) and Hsu-Ming Teo and Simone Lazaroo (Singapore-Australia route), to examine how they share a representation of women as active agents in generating the hybrid city, although often at the cost of exclusion. Examining the literature of these popular writers alongside the gendering of theories on ethnicity, diaspora, post/colonialism and multiculturalism this book is an exciting and timely intervention in postcolonial studies and its relation to gender and the city. May 2011: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-47814-4: $95.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415478144

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. March 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-48139-7: $150.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415481397

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Psychology

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The Female Reader in the English Novel

Feminist Visions and Queer Futures in Postcolonial Drama

From Burney to Austen

Community, Kinship, and Citizenship

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Joe Bray, University of Sheffield, UK

Kanika Batra, Texas Tech University, USA

This book examines how reading is represented within the novels of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. Contemporary accounts portrayed the female reader in particular as passive and impressionable; liable to identify dangerously with the world of her reading. This study shows that female characters are often active and critical readers, and develop a range of strategies for reading both texts and the world around them. The novels of Frances Burney, Charlotte Smith, Mary Hays, Elizabeth Inchbald, Maria Edgeworth and Jane Austen (among others) reveal a diversity of reading practices, as how the heroine reads is often more important than what she reads. The book combines close stylistic analysis with a consideration of broader intellectual debates of the period, including changing attitudes towards sympathy, physiognomy and portraiture.

Series: Routledge Advances in Theatre & Performance Studies

Domestic Violence and Psychology

July 2010: 6 x 9: 208pp Pb: 978-0-415-88401-3: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88867-4 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415884013

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Innocence, Heterosexuality, and the Queerness of Children’s Literature Tison Pugh, University of Central Florida, USA Series: Children’s Literature and Culture In this original new study, Tison Pugh explores the dynamics of innocence, heterosexuality, and queerness in contemporary children’s literature. Much of children’s literature implicitly or explicitly endorses heterosexuality through its invisible presence as the de facto sexual identity of countless protagonists and their families, yet heterosexuality’s ubiquity is counterbalanced by its occlusion when authors shield their young readers from forthright considerations of one of humanity’s most basic and primal instincts. This tension between innocence and sexuality renders much of children’s literature queer, especially when these texts pointedly disavow sexuality through celebrations of innocence. Pugh examines various classics of children’s literature, both old and new – including L. Frank Baum’s Oz books, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House series, Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy, J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter novels, Daniel Handler / Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl novels, Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series, and David Levithan’s novel Boy Meets Boy – to explore the queer tensions between innocence and heterosexuality within their pages.

In this timely study, Kanika Batra examines contemporary drama from India, Jamaica, and Nigeria in conjunction with feminist and incipient queer movements in these countries. Postcolonial drama, Batra contends, furthers the struggle for gender justice in both these movements by contesting the idea of the heterosexual, middle class, wage-earning male as the model citizen and by suggesting alternative conceptions of citizenship premised on working-class sexual identities. Further, Batra considers the possibility of Indian, Jamaican, and Nigerian drama generating a discourse on a rightsbearing conception of citizenship that derives from representations of non-biological, non-generational forms of kinship. Her study is one of the first to examine the ways in which postcolonial dramatists are creating the possibility of a dialogue between cultural activism, women’s movements, and an emerging discourse on queer sexualities. October 2010: 6 x 9: 213pp Hb: 978-0-415-87591-2: $105.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415875912

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Domesticity and Design in American Women’s Lives and Literature Stowe, Alcott, Cather, and Wharton Writing Home Caroline Hellman, New York City College of Technology, USA Series: Routledge Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature Hellman here explores the ways Willa Cather, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Edith Wharton, and Louisa May Alcott inhabited domestic space and portrayed it in their work. March 2011: 6 x 9: 244pp Hb: 978-0-415-88272-9: $105.00 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415882729

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A Critical Perspective Paula Nicolson, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK Series edited by Jane Ussher, University of Western Sydney, Australia Series: Women and Psychology

”Going beyond either/or positions, Paula Nicolson shows how the problem of domestic violence is as deeply personal as it is political. Her book revisions the landscape of scholarship through this dual lens, combining psychodynamic and feminist perspectives to produce a highly nuanced account of patterns of intimate partner violence. It is both a courageous and inspired book.” – Janice Haaken, Portland State University, USA This book rethinks the way psychological knowledge of domestic violence has typically been constructed. It puts forward a psychological perspective which is both critical of the traditional ”woman blaming” stance, as well as being at odds with the feminist position that men are wholly to blame for domestic abuse and that violence in intimate relationships is caused by gender-power relations. It is rather argued that to neglect the emotions, experiences and psychological explanations for domestic violence is to fail those who suffer and thwart attempts to prevent future abuse. Drawing on the work of scholars including Giddens, Foucault, Klein and Winnicott, and using interview and survey data to illustrate its arguments, Domestic Violence and Psychology develops a theoretical framework for examining the context, intentions and experiences in the lives of women in abusive relationships, the men who abuse and the children who suffer in the abusive family. As such this book will be of great interest to those studying social and clinical psychology, social work, cultural studies, sociology and women’s studies.

Selected Contents: Introduction. Part 1: The Context 1. Domestic Violence: The Material Context 2. What is Domestic Abuse 3. Psychology, Feminism, and Ideology: Where Do We Go From Here Part 2: Discursive Constructions of Domestic Violence and Abuse 4. The Social Construction of Domestic Abuse: Myths, Legends and Formula Stories 5. Public Perceptions and Moral Tales Part 3: (Re)turning to Intra-psychic Psychology 6. Lived Experience and the ’Material-Discursive-Intra-Psychic’ Self 7. Domestic Abuse Across Generations: Intra-psychic Dimensions 8. ’Doing’ Domestic Violence: Dilemmas of Care and Blame. References June 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-38371-4: $80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-38372-1: $26.95 For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415383721

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Hard Knocks Domestic Violence and the Psychology of Storytelling Janice Haaken, Portland State University, Oregon, USA Series: Women and Psychology

A Study of Paedophiles in Contemporary Society Sarah D. Goode, University of Winchester, UK

”This book is pioneering and courageous, employing psychoanalytic concepts to subvert those aspects of (white) feminist activist orthodoxy on domestic violence. The power of storytelling in shaping and transforming women’s lives is evoked with reparative narratives which are explored to exhilarating effect.” – Paula Nicolson, Professor of Critical Social Health Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK This book draws on interviews carried out over a period of eight years, as well as novels, films, and domestic violence literature, to explain the role of storytelling in the history of the battered women’s movement. The author shows how cultural contexts shape how stories about domestic abuse get told, and offers critical tools for bringing psychology into discussions of group dynamics in the domestic violence field.

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Hard Ground: From Solitary Suffering to Sisterhood 2. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Feminist Psychology and the Politics of Violence 3. Damsels in Distress: Popular Culture and Stories of Domestic Abuse 4. Going Underground: Feminism and Shelter Practices 5. Between the Devil and the Deep: Intervening with Batterers 6. Running on Empty: Women, Children, and Strategies of Survival 7. Conclusions: Beyond Survival April 2010: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-56338-3: $80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-56342-0: $26.95

Sarah D. Goode provides an overview of the topic by defining the term “paedophile” and discussing how many adults there may be in the general population who find themselves sexually attracted to children. She looks at how the Internet has acted as an enabler, with an explosion of child pornography and ”pro-paedophile” websites. Drawing on data from a sample of fifty-six self-defined paedophiles living in the community, she explores themes including self-identity, the place of fantasy and the forms of support available to paedophiles. Her research highlights the scale of debate within the ”online paedophile community” about issues such as the morality of sexual contact with children and encouragement to maintain a law-abiding lifestyle. Throughout, she draws careful distinctions between sexual attraction to children and sexual contact with children. The book concludes with a valuable discussion on how adult sexual contact harms children and examples of a range of initiatives which work to protect children and prevent offending.

Selected Contents: 1. Understanding Paedophiles 2. Paedophiles Online 3. Setting Up the ‘Minor Attracted Adults’ Daily Lives Project 4. Running the ‘Minor Attracted Adults’ Daily Lives Project 5. Findings from the MinorAttracted Adults Daily Lives Research Project 6. Constructing and Negotiating Identities 7. Attraction and Fantasies 8. Experiences of Support 9. Debate and Dissent Within the Online Paedophile Community 10. What Stops Adults Preventing the Abuse of Children? 11. Addressing Adult Sexual Attraction to Children 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-44625-9: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44626-6: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-87374-8

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Contemporary Anarchist Studies.....................................12

Drama............................................................................29

Contemporary History of Women’s Sport, A....................21

Fenstermaker, Sarah........................................................11 Fernandez, Luis...............................................................12

Activist Educators............................................................18

Contemporary Sociological Perspectives (series).......................................1, 2, 8, 11, 25

Adams, Maurianne.........................................................17

Contesting Development.................................................11

Aggleton, Peter...............................................................10

Cooper, Margaret.............................................................8

Ackelsberg, Martha A.....................................................23

Ali, Ayxem........................................................................4

Cortese, Daniel K..............................................................7

Allan, Elizabeth J.............................................................18

Critical Perspectives on bell hooks...................................15

Amster, Randall...............................................................12

Critical Social Thought (series).........................................15

Anderson, Amy L............................................................18

Critical Youth Studies (series)...........................................26

Anna Julia Cooper, Visionary Black Feminist......................6

Crossing Gender in Shakespeare.....................................28

Antebellum American Women Writers and the Road......28

Cultural Politics of Female Sexuality in South Africa, The............................................................23

Are We Thinking Straight?................................................7 Armstrong, Elisabeth.......................................................24 ASAA Women in Asia Series (series)..................................4

B Barbercheck, Mary............................................................3 Basics (series)....................................................................1 Batra, Kanika..................................................................29 Bellafaire, Judith A..........................................................21 Benn, Tansin.....................................................................5 Berger, Michele T..............................................................1 Bergoffen, Debra............................................................22 Berik, Günseli..................................................................15 Beyond Bad Girls.............................................................25 Bisexual Perspectives on the Life and Work of Alfred C. Kinsey................................................................9 Black and Postcolonial Feminisms in New Times................6 Black Feminist Thought.....................................................5 Black Sexual Politics..........................................................5 Blumenfeld, Warren........................................................17 Bolin, Anne.......................................................................7 Bose, Christine..................................................................2 Bose, Mandakranta...........................................................4 Bray, Joe.........................................................................29 Brents, Barbara G..............................................................8 Bride, Brian E..................................................................10 Brightman, Sara..............................................................12 Brooks, Kim......................................................................9 Brownridge, Douglas A...................................................25 Bryant, Lia.........................................................................5 Budlender, Debbie..........................................................16 Buikema, Rosemarie........................................................27

D Davidson, Maria del Guadalupe......................................15 Davies, Bronwyn...............................................................3 Davis, Cindy....................................................................10 Davis, Clive M...................................................................7 Davis, Lennard J..............................................................10 Davis, Sandra L.................................................................7 De Cruz, Peter................................................................19 DeLeon, Abraham...........................................................12 Denisova, Liubov.............................................................10 Descartes, Lara J.............................................................19 Development, Sexual Rights and Global Governance.......23 Disability Studies Reader, The..........................................10 Disposable Women and Other Myths of Global Capitalism..............................................................3 Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture.........................27 Domestic Violence and Psychology..................................29 Domesticity and Design in American Women’s Lives and Literature.........................................................29

Chan, Phil C.W.................................................................9 Chavkin, Wendy.............................................................20 Chesney-Lind, Meda.......................................................25 Chesters, Graeme...........................................................11 Child Abuse, Gender and Society....................................19 Children’s Literature and Culture (series)..........................29 Coffee Culture................................................................27 Collins, Patricia Hill............................................................5 Confronting Global Gender Justice..................................22 Constable, Nicole............................................................17

Frances Ellen Watkins Harper..........................................20 Franklin, Caroline............................................................28

G Gay Games, The...............................................................9 Gender and Agrarian Reforms.........................................16 Gender and Diversity in the Middle East and North Africa...............................................................5 Gender and Everyday Life.................................................1 Gender and Global Restructuring....................................22 Gender and Media Reader, The.......................................25 Gender and Neoliberalism in India...................................24 Gender and Rurality..........................................................5 Gender and Transitional Justice.......................................23 Gender Circuits.................................................................2 Gender Pluralism...............................................................2 Gender, China and the World Trade Organization............15 Gender, Violence, and Law..............................................25 Generating the Hybrid City..............................................28 Giesman Cookmeyer, Donna.............................................3 Gilbert, Paula Ruth..........................................................22 Global Gender Research....................................................2 Globalization of Motherhood, The..................................20 Globalizing Feminisms, 1789- 1945................................21 Goode, Sarah D..............................................................30

Doveling, Katrin..............................................................26

Goodman, Joyce.............................................................17

Dwyer, Carol Anne..........................................................18

Gordon, Rachel A...........................................................13

Dyck, John H.A...............................................................24

Grace, Victoria................................................................24

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Grayson, Dolores A.........................................................18 Greco, Monica................................................................13

Educated Woman, The....................................................18

Gronnvoll, Marita............................................................27

Edwards, Louise................................................................4

Guide to Surviving a Career in Academia, A....................12

Elliott, Anthony...............................................................11

Gunkel, Henriette...........................................................23

Emotions........................................................................13

Gutiérrez-Rodríguez, Encarnación...................................16

Encyclopedia of Feminist Literary Theory.........................14

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Chan, Kam-Wah...............................................................4

Fox, Lynn H.....................................................................18

Glucksmann aka Ruth Cavendish, Miriam.......................16

Cahill, Ann J.....................................................................4

Caveman Mystique, The....................................................3

Foundations of Female Entrepreneurship, The.................17

Donger, Simon................................................................26

Evans, Kristin..................................................................13

Castaneda, Carmelita......................................................17

Fisher, Terri D....................................................................7 Flood, John.....................................................................21

Dong, Xiao-yuan.............................................................15

C Caringella, Susan............................................................12

Fischer, Nancy...................................................................8

Haaken, Janice................................................................30 Hackman, Heather W......................................................17

Fake Stuff.......................................................................13

Halwani, Raja..................................................................19

Family Law, Sex and Society............................................19

Hancock, Gregory R........................................................17

Feagin, Joe R...............................................................6, 11

Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity Through Education.........................................................18

Female Prostitution in Costa Rica.....................................22 Female Reader in the English Novel, The.........................29 Female Romantics, The...................................................28 Feminism and Visual Culture Reader, The........................25 Feminism, Culture and Embodied Practice.......................27 Feminist Criminology.......................................................24 Feminist History Reader, The...........................................20 Feminist Revolution in Literacy........................................21 Feminist Studies..............................................................15 Feminist Theory Reader...................................................14 Feminist Visions and Queer Futures in Postcolonial

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Handbook of Identity Studies..........................................11 Handbook of Sexuality-Related Measures..........................7 Hard Knocks...................................................................30 Harris Rimmer, Susan......................................................23 Harris, Anita....................................................................26 Harvey, Tamara...............................................................22 Harvey-Wingfield, Adia...................................................11 Hausbeck, Kathryn............................................................8 Hawkins, Sue..................................................................21 Hayes, Anne...................................................................22

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Hellman, Caroline...........................................................29

Lovibond, Sabina..............................................................3

Henderson, Bruce...........................................................10

Lycra...............................................................................26

Hines, Sally.......................................................................9

Lykke, Nina.....................................................................15

HIV/AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention......10 Holmes, Mary...................................................................1 hooks, bell......................................................................14

MacMaster, Samuel A.....................................................10

Horn, Denise M..............................................................23

Macnaughtan, Helen......................................................16

Housing and Society Series (series)....................................4

Maher, JaneMaree..........................................................20

Human Sexuality...............................................................7

Major Themes in Education (series).................................17

Hunt, Geoffrey................................................................13

Making Sense of Race, Class, and Gender.........................6

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Making Transnational Feminism........................................1

In Sight: Visual Culture (series)........................................25

Marchand, Marianne H...................................................22

Ingraham, Chrys.............................................................12

Markula, Pirkko...............................................................13

Innocence, Heterosexuality, and the Queerness of Children’s Literature........................................................29

Married Women Who Love Women................................19

Pascale, Celine-Marie........................................................6

Malow, Robert................................................................10

Interracial Families...........................................................19 Introducing the New Sexuality Studies...............................8 Iris Murdoch, Gender and Philosophy................................3 Irwin, Katherine..............................................................25 Iverson, Susan.................................................................18

Paasonen, Susanna.........................................................28 Parker, Richard................................................................10

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International Perspectives on Women and HIV................10

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Marshall, Catherine.........................................................18 Martin, Jane....................................................................17 May, Vivian M...................................................................6 McCann, Carole..............................................................14 McCaughey, Martha.........................................................3 McGlynn, Clare...............................................................25 McMichael, Philip............................................................11

Pedwell, Carolyn.............................................................27 Peletz, Michael G..............................................................2 Perspectives on Gender (series).............................1, 2, 3, 5 Peters, Madeline L...........................................................17 Pfister, Gertrud.................................................................5 Phillips, Layli......................................................................2 Philosophy of Love, Sex, and Marriage............................19 Pini, Barbara.....................................................................5 Politics and the Religious Imagination..............................24 Pollard, Diane S...............................................................18 Pope, Cynthia.................................................................10 Poverty Capital................................................................15 Prakash, Nirupama..........................................................20 Protection of Sexual Minorities since Stonewall.................9 Pugh, Tison.....................................................................29 Pullen, Christopher...........................................................8

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McNeely, Connie L..........................................................22

Jackson, Crystal A.............................................................8 Jacobs, Susie...................................................................16

Media Representations of Gender and Torture Post-9/11............................................................27

Jagger, Gill........................................................................3

Medieval Monstrosity and the Female Body.....................28

Randall, Melanie.............................................................25

Jawad, Haifaa...................................................................5

Meeks, Chet.....................................................................8

Readings for Diversity and Social Justice..........................17

Jones, Amelia..................................................................25

Men Speak Out.................................................................3

Jones, Nikki.....................................................................11

Mewett, Peter...................................................................5

Reconstructing Motherhood and Disability in the Age of “Perfect” Babies..........................................................19

Joseph, Cynthia................................................................6

Migrant Workers in Asia.................................................17

Judith Butler.....................................................................3

Migration, Domestic Work and Affect.............................16

Judith Butler in Conversation.............................................3

Miller, Sarah Alison.........................................................28

Media and Middle Class Moms.......................................19

Mirza, Heidi Safia..............................................................6

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Queer Theory: Law, Culture, Empire..................................9 Racist America..................................................................6 Radeloff, Cheryl................................................................1

Reconstructing Policy in Higher Education.......................18 Regression Analysis for the Social Sciences......................13 Re-imagining Milk...........................................................27 Renzetti, Claire M...........................................................24

Kay, Alison......................................................................17

Moloney, Molly...............................................................13

Representations of Eve in Antiquity and the English Middle Ages Representing Mixed Race in Jamaica and England from the Abolition Era to the Present...................6

Kearney, Mary Celeste....................................................25

Morgan, Sue...................................................................20

Resisting Citizenship........................................................23

Kennedy, Eileen..............................................................13

Mueller, Ralph O.............................................................17

Rethinking Rape Law......................................................25

Kennett, Patricia...............................................................4

Mukhina, Irina................................................................10

Key Ideas (series)...............................................................7

Munro, Vanessa E...........................................................25

Reviewer’s Guide to Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences, The........................................................17

Key Ideas in Criminology (series)......................................24

Muslim Women and Sport................................................5

Rewriting Histories (series)...............................................21

Kim, Minjeong..................................................................2 Kim, Seung-kyung..........................................................14

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New Sociology (series).......................................................1

Koller, Veronika.................................................................9

Next Wave Cultures........................................................26

Konijn, Elly A..................................................................26

Nicolson, Paula...............................................................29

Kottak, Conrad...............................................................19

Nocella, II, Anthony J......................................................12

Kowaleski Wallace, Elizabeth..........................................14

Nursing and Women’s Labour in the Nineteenth Century........................................................21

Mojab, Shahrzad.............................................................18

Kramarae, Cheris............................................................18

L Landsman, Gail...............................................................19 Leckey, Robert..................................................................9 Lemish, Dafna.................................................................26 Lenning, Emily................................................................12 Lesbian Discourses............................................................9 Lewis, Jr., Richard............................................................19 LGBT Identity and Online New Media................................8 Liljeström, Marianne.......................................................28 Lin, Yi-Chieh Jessica........................................................13

Richardson, Barbara........................................................18 RIPE Series in Global Political Economy (series).................22 Roberson, Susan L...........................................................28 Roces, Mina......................................................................4 Ropers-Huilman, Rebecca................................................18 Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality (series).............................................15, 23 Routledge Advances in Theatre & Performance Studies (series)................................................................29

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Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series (series)..................................................................10

O’Connor, Kaori..............................................................26

Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series (series)..................................................................23

Offen, Karen...................................................................21 Onosaka, Junko..............................................................21 ORLAN............................................................................26 ORLAN............................................................................26 Ostrander, Noam............................................................10 Overcoming Objectification...............................................4 Ozturk, Hatice...................................................................3

Routledge Critical Studies in Sport (series).........................9 Routledge Handbook of Emotions and Mass Media, The.............................................................26 Routledge Handbook of Sexuality, Health and Rights......10 Routledge Hindu Studies Series (series)..............................4 Routledge International Handbooks (series).....................11 Routledge International Studies in Business History (series)................................................................17

Lind, Amy.......................................................................23

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Women’s Movements in Asia............................................4

Studies in American Popular History and Culture (series)................................................................20

Women’s Studies: The Basics.............................................1

Suárez, Isabel Carrera.....................................................28 Summerfield, Gale..........................................................15 Suresha, Ron.....................................................................9 Symons, Caroline..............................................................9

T Tarrant, Shira....................................................................3 Teaching Critical Thinking...............................................14 Teaching/Learning Social Justice (series)...........................18 Thayer, Millie....................................................................1 Time Use Studies and Unpaid Care Work........................16 Toffoletti, Kim...................................................................5 Transformations (series).............................................27, 28 Transforming Scholarship..................................................1

Routledge Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature (series).......................................................28, 29

Transgender Identities.......................................................9

Routledge Studies in Physical Education and Youth Sport (series).....................................................................5

Turton, Jackie..................................................................19

Routledge Studies in Religion and Politics (series)............24

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Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Communication (series)...................................................27 Routledge Studies in Romanticism (series).......................28 Routledge Studies in Shakespeare (series)........................28 Routledge/RIPE Studies in Global Political Economy (series).............................................................23 Routledge/UNRISD Research in Gender and Development (series).......................................................16 Rowe, Paul S...................................................................24 Rowold, Katharina..........................................................18 Roy, Ananya....................................................................15 Ruiz, Vicki L....................................................................20 Rural Women in the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia...........................................................10

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Tucker, Catherine M........................................................27

Understanding and Addressing Adult Sexual Attraction to Children.....................................................30 Understanding Disability Studies and Performance Studies.10 Unequal Sisters...............................................................20 Ussher, Jane....................................................................29

V van der Tuin, Iris..............................................................27 Victims, Gender and Jouissance......................................24 Violence Against Women................................................25 von Scheve, Christian......................................................26

W Wayne, Marta...................................................................3

Sadovnik, Alan R.............................................................18

Weeks, Jeffrey...................................................................7

Safe Motherhood in a Globalized World.........................20

Weitzer, Ronald.................................................................7

Salhi, Zahia Smail..............................................................5

Wejnert, Barbara.............................................................20

Salih, S..............................................................................6

Welsh, Ian.......................................................................11

Sanger, Tam......................................................................9

Whelehan, Patricia............................................................7

Screening Gender on Children’s Television.......................26

When Sex Became Gender................................................3

Seidman, Steven...............................................................8

White Racial Frame, The....................................................6

Sex For Sale......................................................................7

White Weddings.............................................................12

Sexuality...........................................................................7

White, Renee T................................................................10

Shannon, Deric...............................................................12

Wiley, Andrea.................................................................27

Shapiro, Eve......................................................................2

Williams, Jean.................................................................21

Shepherd, Simon............................................................26

Womanist Reader, The......................................................2

Sisson Runyan, Anne.......................................................22

Women and Education...................................................17

Smith, Bonnie...................................................................1

Women and Exercise.......................................................13

Social Movements: The Key Concepts.............................11

Women and Housing........................................................4

Social Sciences................................................................12

Women and Psychology (series)................................29, 30

Sociologists Backstage....................................................11

Women and Work in Postwar Japan................................16

Sociology of Education....................................................18

Women in China’s Muslim Northwest...............................4

Sport and Its Female Fans..................................................5

Women in the Hindu Tradition..........................................4

Stancliff, Michael............................................................20

Women in the United States Military...............................21

State of Sex, The...............................................................8

Women on the Line........................................................16

Steinmetz, Suzanne K.....................................................20

Women, Civil Society and the Geopolitics of Democratization.............................................................23

Stenner, Paul...................................................................13 Stone, James W..............................................................28

Women, Science, and Technology.....................................3

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Woodward, Kath............................................................12 Working with Affect in Feminist Readings.......................28 Wright, Melissa.................................................................3 Wyer, Mary.......................................................................3

Y-Z Yancey, George Alan.......................................................19 Yancy, George.................................................................15 Yarber, William L...............................................................7 Yes We Can?..................................................................11 Youth, Drugs, and Nightlife.............................................13 Zimmermann, Jens..........................................................24 Zuniga, Ximena...............................................................17

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