Routledge Critical Studies in Gender and Sexuality in Education showcases scholarly work over a wide range of educational topics, contexts and locations within gender and sexuality in education. The series welcomes theoretically informed scholarship including critical, feminist, queer, trans, postcolonial, and intersectional perspectives, and encourages creative and innovative methodological approaches. Proposals dealing with critical policy analysis, as it relates to gender and sexuality studies in education, are also invited. The series is committed to publishing scholarly monographs, both sole and co-authored, and edited collections.
Affect and the Making of the Schoolgirl A New Materialist Perspective on Gender Inequity in Schools
The Experiences of Queer Students of Color at Historically White Institutions Navigating Intersectional Identities on Campus
Young British African and Caribbean Men Achieving Educational Success Disrupting Deficit Discourses about Black Male Achievement
Gender and Sexuality Diversity in a Culture of Limitation Student and Teacher Experiences in Schools
Queer, Trans, and Intersectional Theory in Educational Practice Student, Teacher, and Community Experiences
Gender, Definitional Politics and 'Live' Knowledge Production Contesting Concepts at Conferences
Boys, Bodies, and Physical Education Problematizing Identity, Schooling, and Power Relations through a Pleasure Lens
By Melissa Joy Wolfe
September 21, 2021
By exploring the material-discursive production of gender norms in Australian secondary schools, this book offers a novel feminist posthuman new materialist perspective on how schoolgirls are pre-determined within educational space and place. The text ultimately illustrates how gender and race ...
By Antonio Duran
October 28, 2020
This significant text employs an intersectional analysis and considers the role of queer frameworks to understand the experiences of Queer People of Color at historically white institutions of higher education in the U.S. By presenting data from student interviews and reflection journals, ...
By Cecile Wright, Uvanney Maylor, Thomas Pickup
October 05, 2020
In contrast to research that focuses on the underperformance of young Black males in the British education system, the dominant notion of this volume is educational success. By aiming to understand how young, Black—notably African and Caribbean—male education plays out in different educational ...
By Edward Brockenbrough
July 31, 2020
This volume follows eleven Black male teachers from an urban, predominantly Black school district to reveal a complex set of identity politics and power dynamics that complicate these teachers’ relationships with students and fellow educators. It provides new and important insights into what it ...
By Tania Ferfolja, Jacqueline Ullman
July 13, 2020
Gender and Sexuality Diversity in a Culture of Limitation provides an outstanding and insightful critique of the ways that contemporary education is impacted by a range of political, social and cultural influences that inform the approaches that schools take in relation to gender and sexuality ...
By Carolyn Jackson, Vanita Sundaram
January 14, 2020
Responding to increasing concerns about the harmful effects of so-called ‘lad culture’ in British universities, and related ‘bro’ and ‘frat’ cultures in US colleges, this book is the first to explore and analyse the perspectives of university staff on these cultures, which students suggest foster ...
Edited By Cris Mayo, Mollie V. Blackburn
December 05, 2019
Offering an examination of educational approaches to promote justice, this volume demonstrates the necessity for keeping race, ethnicity, class, language, and other diversities at the core of pedagogical strategies and theories that address queer, trans, gender nonbinary and related issues. Queer ...
By Stephanie D. McCall
December 05, 2019
Bringing together feminist theory, girlhood studies, and curriculum theory, this book contributes an in-depth critical analysis of curriculum in single-gender schooling for girls in postfeminist landscapes of "unlimited choices" and resurgences of proper girlhood. The arguments challenge the ...
By Susan McCullough
December 05, 2019
Focusing on issues relating to gender, gender relations, and discrimination, this book provides nuanced insight into the experiences of young Latina women and their teachers in a North American middle school. Latina Students’ Experiences in Public Schools details how students navigate questions of...
By Emily F. Henderson
June 24, 2019
Waking up to the reactivity of concepts, to their myriad possibilities for signification, to the range and strength of affective responses they provoke, can happen at any time, in any place. Conceptual contestations shake up the comfortably consolidated foundations of sociological knowledge ...
By Göran Gerdin
June 07, 2019
Using visual ethnography, this book explores the many forms of pleasures that boys derive in and through the spaces and their bodies in physical education. Employing the works of Michel Foucault and Judith Butler, Gerdin examines how pleasure is connected to identity, schooling, and power relations...
Edited By Jennifer L. Martin, Ashley E. Nickels, Martina Sharp-Grier
June 07, 2019
Feminist programming, no matter the venue, provides opportunities for young girls and women, as well as men, to acquire leadership skills and the confidence to create sustainable social change. Offering a wide-ranging overview of different types of feminist engagement, the chapters in this volume ...