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Routledge Research in Gender and Society


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The social sciences continue to be transformed and enriched by analysis which takes gender, and the ways in which gender and society interact, to be of vital, defining importance. This series is new and broadly based, and will publish high-level contributions from across the disciplines.

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Overcoming Objectification A Carnal Ethics

Overcoming Objectification: A Carnal Ethics

2nd Edition

Forthcoming

By Ann J. Cahill
November 05, 2024

The second edition of Overcoming Objectification: A Carnal Ethics provides a critical analysis of the widely used (particularly in feminist philosophy) concept of objectification, and offers a new concept (derivatization) in its stead. Cahill suggests an abandonment of objectification due to the ...

Biotechnologies and Reproductive Agency An Ethnography of Solo Motherhood in Spain and the United Kingdom

Biotechnologies and Reproductive Agency: An Ethnography of Solo Motherhood in Spain and the United Kingdom

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Ana Bravo-Moreno
October 14, 2024

As artificial reproductive technologies become available to populations that have previously not had access to them, this book asks how reproduction is being transformed by technologies and individuals whose sexual and reproductive lives may defy sociocultural norms, religious codes and national ...

Gender Fields The Social Organisation of Gender Identity

Gender Fields: The Social Organisation of Gender Identity

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Sofia Aboim, Pedro Vasconcelos
September 30, 2024

Exploring gender through the lens of field theory, Gender Fields proposes a new framework for understanding the social organisation of gender identity. In conversation with Pierre Bourdieu's field theory, the book conceptualises under-theorised situated dimensions of gender, bridging the gap ...

Exploring Autistic Sexualities, Relationality, and Genders Living Under a Double Rainbow

Exploring Autistic Sexualities, Relationality, and Genders: Living Under a Double Rainbow

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Hanna Rosqvist, Anna Day, Meaghan Krazinski
September 13, 2024

This edited collection of contributions explores non-normative genders, sexualities and relationality among Autistic people. Written within an explicitly neuro-affirmative frame, the collection celebrates the diversity and richness of Autistic identity, sexuality, gender, and relationships, ...

Debates Around Abortion in the Global North Europe, North America, Russia and Asia

Debates Around Abortion in the Global North: Europe, North America, Russia and Asia

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Fabienne Portier-Le Cocq
August 26, 2024

By means of a historical, legal and scientific approach, this book identifies the issues, progress and setbacks in the right for women to access abortion in various countries of the Global North. The book provides insights on the past, present and potential actions and struggles in the future about...

Masculinity in Lesbian “Pulp” Fiction Disappearing Heteronormativity?

Masculinity in Lesbian “Pulp” Fiction: Disappearing Heteronormativity?

1st Edition

By Paul Thompson
June 28, 2024

This book looks specifically and in depth, for the first time, at masculinity in cheap, lesbian-themed paperbacks of the two decades after WW2. It challenges established critical assumptions about the readership, and sets the masculinity imagined in these novels against the “masculinity crisis” of ...

Asexualities Feminist and Queer Perspectives, Revised and Expanded Ten-Year Anniversary Edition

Asexualities: Feminist and Queer Perspectives, Revised and Expanded Ten-Year Anniversary Edition

1st Edition

Edited By KJ Cerankowski, Megan Milks
June 27, 2024

As one of the first book-length collections of critical essays on the topic of asexuality, Asexualities: Feminist and Queer Perspectives became a foundational text in the burgeoning field of asexuality studies. This revised and expanded ten-year anniversary edition both celebrates the book’s impact...

Re-Thinking Men Heroes, Villains and Victims

Re-Thinking Men: Heroes, Villains and Victims

2nd Edition

By Anthony Synnott
May 31, 2024

Much writing on men in the field of gender studies tends to focus unduly, almost exclusively, on portraying men as villains and women as victims in a moral bi-polar paradigm. Re-Thinking Men reverses the proclivity which ignores not only the positive contributions of men to society, but also the ...

A Community of Practice Approach to Improving Gender Equality in Research

A Community of Practice Approach to Improving Gender Equality in Research

1st Edition

Edited By Rachel Palmén, Jörg Müller
May 27, 2024

Bringing together the latest research among various communities of practice (disciplinary and place based as well as thematically organised), this volume reflects upon the knowledge, experience and practice gained through taking a unique community of practice approach to fostering gender equality ...

Queering Desire Lesbians, Gender and Subjectivity

Queering Desire: Lesbians, Gender and Subjectivity

1st Edition

Edited By Róisín Ryan-Flood, Amy Tooth Murphy
April 05, 2024

Queering Desire explores, with unprecedented interdisciplinary scope, contemporary configurations of lesbian, bi, queer women’s, and non-binary people’s experiences of identity and desire. Taking an intersectional feminist and trans-inclusive approach, and incorporating new and established ...

Equality Dancesport Gender and Sexual Identities Matter

Equality Dancesport: Gender and Sexual Identities Matter

1st Edition

By Yen Nee Wong
April 02, 2024

Equality Dancesport uses a queer feminist lens to examine the materialisation of gender and sexuality through moving and dancing bodies, by taking readers through the initiation journey of becoming an equality dancesport competitor. A recent shift in the media representation of ballroom dancing on ...

Gender and Firearms My Body, My Choice, My Gun

Gender and Firearms: My Body, My Choice, My Gun

1st Edition

By Peter Squires
April 01, 2024

Private gun ownership for self-defense remains a major personal and public issue in the United States, driven by concerns about crime, vulnerability and a range of ‘ideological’ factors, including race and gender. As media attention centres upon the extent to which women are taking up firearms, ...

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