The Gender/Sexuality Reader : Culture, History, Political Economy

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The Gender/Sexuality Reader : Culture, History, Political Economy

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 574 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415910057
  • DDC分類 305.3

基本説明

Develops the insights of social constructionism, showing how gender, sexuality, and power are historically connected and practically intertwined.

Full Description


The Gender/Sexuality Reader is a sophisticated survey which contextualizes gender and sexuality in a matrix of varied racial formations, nationalisms, colonialisms, imperialisms and movements for social change. Contributors include: Lila Abu-Lughod, Janice Boddy, Susan Bordo, Judith Butler, Jane Collier, Jane L. Collins, Teresa de Lauretis, Janadas Devan, Micaela di Leonardo, John D'Emilio, Ann Fausto-Sterling, Susan Gal, David F. Greenberg, Matthew Gutman, Jacalyn D. Harden, Lori L. Heise, Geraldine Heng, Darlene Clark Hine, Evelyn Fox Keller, Roger Lancaster, Thomas Laqueur, Catherine A. Lutz, Emily Martin, Richard Parker, Cindy Patton, Rosalind Petchesky, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Rayna Rapp, Michelle Rosaldo, Ellen Ross, Lousia Schein, Nancy Scheper-Hughes, Amartya Sen, Elizabeth Sheehan, Siobhan Somerville, Susan Sperling, Judith Stacey, Arlene Stein, Ann Stoler, Carole S. Vance, Sylvia Yanagisako, and Patricia Zavella.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Introduction Embodied Meanings, Carnal 1 (12)
Practices
Micaela di Leonardo
Roger N. Lancaster
EMBODIMENTS OF HISTORY: LOCAL MEANINGS, GLOBAL 13 (196)
ECONOMIES
Part One Moving Borders: Genders, Sexualities, 13 (58)
Histories An introduction to the cultural
history of gender/sexuality: body politics at
the convergence of colonialism, race, and class
1 Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power 13 (24)
Gender, Race, and Morality in Colonial Asia
Ann Laura Stoler
2 Scientific Racism and the Invention of the 37 (16)
Homosexual Body
Siobhan Somerville
3 White Lies, Black Myths Rape, Race, and 53 (18)
the Black "Underclass"
Micaela di Leonardo
Part Two Modes of Reproduction: Kinship, 71 (82)
Parenthood, States Is the family universal?
Are mothers invariably nurturing? How kinship,
technology, and politics construct pregnancy,
parenting, and reproduction
4 Is There a Family? New Anthropological 71 (11)
Views
Jane Collier
Michelle Z. Rosaldo
Sylvia Yanagisako
5 Lifeboat Ethics Mother Love and Child 82 (7)
Death in Northeast Brazil
Nancy Scheper-Hughes
6 Population Delusion and Reality 89 (18)
Amartya Sen
7 State Fatherhood The Politics of 107(15)
Nationalism, Sexuality, and Race in Singapore
Geraldine Heng
Janadas Devan
8 Gender in the Post-Socialist Transition 122(12)
The Abortion Debate in Hungary
Susan Gal
9 Fetal Images The Power of Visual Culture 134(19)
in the Politics of Reproduction
Rosalind Pollack Petchesky
Part Three The Social Construction of 153(56)
Identities: Comparative Sexualities Sexual
identities in the context of political economy,
kinship systems, family structures, and
historical change
10 Sex and Society A Research Note from 153(16)
Social History and Anthropology
Ellen Ross
Rayna Rapp
11 Capitalism and Gay Identity 169(10)
John D'Emilio
12 Transformations of Homosexuality-Based 179(15)
Classifications
David F. Greenberg
13 Seed of the Nation Men's Sex and Potency 194(15)
in Mexico
Matthew C. Gutmann
MAKING MARKS AND DRAWING BOUNDARIES: CORPOREAL 209(202)
PRACTICES
Part Four: Bodies of Knowledge and the 209(100)
Politics of Representation How
representations of various sorts--scientific,
medical, media, and academic--are affected by,
and in turn affect, body politics--and what
this implies for how we live
14 Secrets of God, Nature, and Life 209(10)
Evelyn Fox Keller
15 Orgasm, Generation, and the Politics of 219(25)
Reproductive Biology
Thomas Laqueur
16 How to Build a Man 244(5)
Anne Fausto-Sterling
17 Baboons with Briefcases vs. Langurs with 249(16)
Lipstick Feminism and Functionalism in
Primate Studies
Susan Sperling
18 The Violence of Rhetoric On 265(14)
Representation and Gender
Teresa de Lauretis
19 From Nation to Family Containing 279(12)
African AIDS
Cindy Patton
20 The Color of Sex Postwar Photographic 291(18)
Histories of Race and Gender in National
Geographic Magazine
Catherine A. Lutz
Jane L. Collins
Part Five Marks and Signs: The Social Skin 309(52)
Body marks, body meanings: arguments on female
circumcision, Victorian clitoridectomy, and
plastic surgery
21 Womb as Oasis The Symbolic Context of 309(16)
Pharaonic Circumcision in Rural Northern Sudan
Janice Boddy
22 Victorian Clitoridectomy Isaac Baker 325(10)
Brown and His Harmless Operative Procedure
Elizabeth A. Sheehan
23 "Material Girl" The Effacements of 335(26)
Postmodern Culture
Susan Bordo
Part Six Polyvalent Pleasures: Resistances, 361(50)
Reinscriptions, and Dispersals "Polymorphous
perversity" and sexual agency in diverse
settings, as public and personal history
24 The Carnivalization of the World 361(17)
Richard Parker
25 Sisters and Queers The Decentering of 378(14)
Lesbian Feminism
Arlene Stein
26 "Playing with Fire" The Gendered 392(19)
Construction of Chicana/Mexicana Sexuality
Patricia Zavella
APPROPRIATIONS, CONTESTATIONS, AND ADAPTATIONS: 411
TOWARD A HISTORY OF THE PRESENT
Part Seven Sex Wars, Culture Wars Violence 411(62)
Against Women and the Culture Wars
27 Violence, Sexuality, and Women's Lives 411(23)
Lori L. Heise
28 Rape and the Inner Lives of Black Women 434(6)
in the Middle West Preliminary Thoughts on
the Culture of Dissemblance
Darlene Clark Hine
29 Negotiating Sex and Gender in the 440(13)
Attorney General's Commission on Pornography
Carole S. Vance
30 The Neo-Family-Values Campaign 453(20)
Judith Stacey
Part Eight Travelling Theory: Transitional and 473(58)
Postcolonial Interlocutions Gender/sexuality
in postcolonial and postrevolutionary
situations; bodies across and between (rather
than simply within) cultures and nations
31 The Consumption of Color and the Politics 473(14)
of White Skin in Post-Mao China
Louisa Schein
32 The Enterprise of Empire Race, Class, 487(15)
Gender, and Japanese National Identity
Jacalyn D. Harden
33 Movie Stars and Islamic Moralism in Egypt 502(11)
Lila Abu-Lughod
34 Sex Acts and Sovereignty Race and 513(18)
Sexuality in the Construction of the
Australian Nation
Elizabeth A. Povinelli
Part Nine Re-Imagining Bodies How to think 531
the body now. Performativity, "post-fordist"
bodies in the age of AIDS, and subversive
carnal practices in an unlikely place: Three
topically distinct, methodologically juxtaposed
yet uncannily consonant pieces on body,
identity, and selfhood
35 Excerpt from "Introduction" to Bodies That 531(12)
Matter
Judith Butler
36 The End of the Body? 543(16)
Emily Martin
37 Guto's Performance Notes on the 559
Transvestism of Everyday Life
Roger N. Lancaster