Sex Work on Campus
Kathy Acker Punk Writer
The Postworld In-Between Utopia and Dystopia Intersectional, Feminist, and Non-Binary Approaches in 21st-Century Speculative Literature and Culture
Feminist Existentialism, Biopolitics, and Critical Phenomenology in a Time of Bad Health
By Tonny Krijnen, Paul G. Nixon, Michelle D. Ravenscroft, Cosimo Marco Scarcelli
October 10, 2022
This edited collection illuminates the scope with which identities and intimacies interact on a wide range of social media platforms across the globe. In this volume, a range of international scholars examine social spaces with specific attention to their socio-cultural dynamics in relation to ...
By Paul Morrison
August 01, 2022
Classical Hollywood Cinema, Sexuality, and the Politics of the Face examines the representation of iconic female faces in the golden age of Hollywood – Greta Garbo, Gloria Swanson, Elizabeth Taylor – and the gay male fetishization of those faces. Classical Hollywood ...
By Tracey Nicholls
May 30, 2022
This book analyses rape culture through the lens of the ‘me too’ era. Drawing feminist theory into conversation with peace studies and improvisation theory, it advocates for peace- building opportunities to transform culture and for the improvisatory resources of ‘culture- jamming’ as a mechanism ...
By Rachel Alpha Johnston Hurst
May 30, 2022
Representing Abortion analyses how artists, writers, performers, and activists make abortion visible, audible, and palpable within contexts dominated by anti-abortion imagery centred on the fetus and the erasure of the pregnant person, challenging the polarisation of conversations about abortion. ...
By Terah J. Stewart
May 18, 2022
Sex Work On Campus examines the experiences of college students engaged in sex work and sparks dialogue about the ways educators might develop a deeper appreciation for—and praxis of—equity and justice on campus. Analyzing a study conducted with seven college student sex workers, the book focuses ...
By Elaine Wood
April 29, 2022
Female Sexuality in Modernist Fiction: Literary Techniques for Making Women Artists provides a chronological investigation of the innovative writing styles of canonical modernist writers to reveal a shift in gendered representations of sexual subjectivity. Positioned at the nexus of studies on the ...
By Margaret Henderson
April 29, 2022
This project is a feminist study of the idiosyncratic oeuvre of Kathy Acker and how her unique art and politics, located at the explosive intersection of punk, postmodernism, and feminism, critiques and exemplifies late twentieth-century capitalism. There is no female or feminist writer like Kathy ...
By Lesley C Graydon
April 01, 2022
This book analyses twentieth-century writers who traffic in queer, non-normative, and/or fluid gender and sexual identities and subversive practices, revealing how gender and sexually variant women create, revise, redefine, and play with language, desires, roles, the body, and identity. ...
By Katarzyna Ostalska, Tomasz Fisiak
December 30, 2021
This collection of essays offers global perspectives on feminist utopia and dystopia in speculative literature, film, and art, working from a range of intersectional approaches to examine key works and genres in both their specific cultural context and a wider, global, epistemological, critical ...
By Dana Schowalter, Shannon Stevens, Daniel L. Horvath
November 30, 2021
This book is an exploration of the political struggle for visibility engendered by the growing number of women-centered popular films and a critical analysis of the intensifying misogynistic backlash that have accompanied such advances in the depiction of women on screen. The book draws from a ...
By Talia Welsh
October 29, 2021
This book explores the personal value of healthy behavior, arguing that our modern tendency to praise or blame individuals for their health is politically and economically motivated and has reinforced growing health disparities between the wealthy and poor under the guise of individual ...
By Anna Ball
September 22, 2021
Forced Migration in the Feminist Imagination explores how feminist acts of imaginative expression, community-building, scholarship, and activism create new possibilities for women experiencing forced migration in the twenty-first century. Drawing on literature, film, and art from a range of ...