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Histories of Sensibilities Visions of Gender, Race, and Emotions in the Global Enlightenment

Histories of Sensibilities: Visions of Gender, Race, and Emotions in the Global Enlightenment

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Isabel Burdiel, Ester García Moscardó, Elena Serrano
October 31, 2024

Histories of Sensibilities: Visions of Gender, Race, and Emotions in the Global Enlightenment explores the historical and plural character of sensibility in the global Enlightenment. From Tahiti, to New Orleans to the Mariana Islands; to Lima, Geneva, London, Oviedo, or Venice, the book ...

Identities and Intimacies on Social Media Transnational Perspectives

Identities and Intimacies on Social Media: Transnational Perspectives

1st Edition

Edited By Tonny Krijnen, Paul Gary Nixon, Michelle D. Ravenscroft, Cosimo Marco Scarcelli
May 27, 2024

This edited collection illuminates the scope with which identities and intimacies interact on a wide range of social media platforms. A varied range of international scholars examine the contexts of very different social media spaces, with topics ranging from whitewashing and memes, parental ...

Heroic Girls as Figures of Resistance and Futurity in Popular Culture

Heroic Girls as Figures of Resistance and Futurity in Popular Culture

1st Edition

Edited By Simon Bacon
April 09, 2024

Heroic Girls looks at the recent proliferation of young girl heroes in many recent mainstream films and books. These contemporary ‘final’ girls do not just survive but rather suggest that in doing so they have fundamentally changed something about themselves and or the world around them, seeing ...

Sex Work on Campus

Sex Work on Campus

1st Edition

By Terah J. Stewart
January 31, 2024

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 ...

The New Logic of Sexual Violence in Enlightenment France Rationalizing Rape

The New Logic of Sexual Violence in Enlightenment France: Rationalizing Rape

1st Edition

By Mary McAlpin
July 03, 2023

This book argues that rape as we know it was invented in the eighteenth century, examining texts as diverse as medical treatises, socio-political essays, and popular novels to demonstrate how cultural assumptions of gendered sexual desire erased rape by making a woman’s non-consent a logical ...

The Planetary Humanism of European Women’s Science Fiction An Experience of the Impossible

The Planetary Humanism of European Women’s Science Fiction: An Experience of the Impossible

1st Edition

By Eleanor Drage
October 13, 2023

The Planetary Humanism of European Women’s Science Fiction argues that utopian science fiction written by European women has, since the seventeenth century, played an important role in exploring the racial and gender possibilities of the outer limits of the humanist imagination. This book focuses ...

Women in Scholarly Publishing A Gender Perspective

Women in Scholarly Publishing: A Gender Perspective

1st Edition

Edited By Anna Kristina Hultgren, Pejman Habibie
September 29, 2023

Women in Scholarly Publishing explores the under-researched topic of gender and scholarly publishing. While often considered separately, the relationship between gender and scholarly publishing has been neglected. Bringing together experts across applied linguistics, this book brings to the fore ...

The Postworld In-Between Utopia and Dystopia Intersectional, Feminist, and Non-Binary Approaches in 21st-Century Speculative Literature and Culture

The Postworld In-Between Utopia and Dystopia: Intersectional, Feminist, and Non-Binary Approaches in 21st-Century Speculative Literature and Culture

1st Edition

Edited By Katarzyna Ostalska, Tomasz Fisiak
September 25, 2023

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 ...

Caffie Greene and Black Women Activists Unsung Women of the Black Liberation Movement

Caffie Greene and Black Women Activists: Unsung Women of the Black Liberation Movement

1st Edition

By Kofi-Charu Nat Turner
May 31, 2023

This book uses the life and work of Caffie Greene, one of the most influential grassroots community activists and public health educators in twentieth-century Los Angeles as a platform to examine the wider story of Black women activists in recent United States history. Caffie Greene worked to ...

Feminist Existentialism, Biopolitics, and Critical Phenomenology in a Time of Bad Health

Feminist Existentialism, Biopolitics, and Critical Phenomenology in a Time of Bad Health

1st Edition

By Talia Welsh
May 31, 2023

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 ...

Forced Migration in the Feminist Imagination Transcultural Movements

Forced Migration in the Feminist Imagination: Transcultural Movements

1st Edition

By Anna Ball
May 31, 2023

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 ...

Intersectional Feminist Readings of Comics Interpreting Gender in Graphic Narratives

Intersectional Feminist Readings of Comics: Interpreting Gender in Graphic Narratives

1st Edition

Edited By Sandra Cox
May 31, 2023

Intersectional Feminist Readings of Comics collects several theoretically informed close reading of comics and graphic literature that apply an intersectional feminist lens to the interpretation of several contemporary North American graphic narratives. The essays examine use a range of ...

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