mercredi 8 décembre 2010

Current Perspectives on Gender Studies

Diogenes, "Current Perspectives on Gender Studies", n° 225. Diogenes. An International Journal in the Humanities. Editors: Maurice Aymard & Luca Maria Scarantino. Guest editor: Nicole G. Albert

Table of Contents:
  • . Nicole G. Albert: Genre and Gender. An Interdisciplinary Epistemological Tool
  • . Joan Wallach Scott: Gender: Still a Useful Category of Analysis?
  • . Tanella Boni: Wounded Bodies, Recovered Bodies: Discourses Around Female Sexual Mutilations
  • . Madeline H. Caviness: Feminism, Gender studies, and Medieval Studies
  • . Moha Ennaji: Multiculturalism, Gender and Political Participation in Morocco
  • . Sirma Bilge: Recent Feminist Outlooks on Intersectionality
  • . Boutheina Cheriet: The Ambiguous State: Gender and Citizenship as Barter in Algeria
  • . Françoise Collin: Between Poiesis and Praxis: Women and Art
  • . Morny Joy: The Impact of Gender on Religious Studies
  • . Geneviève Sellier: Gender Studies and Film Studies in France: Steps Forward and Back
  • . Thierry Hoquet: Is Sociobiology Amendable? Feminist and Darwinian Women Biologists Confront the Paradigm of Sexual Selection
  • . Susanne Lettow: Bio-Technosciences in Philosophy: Challenges and Perspectives for Gender Studies in Philosophy
  • . Patrick Cardon: Post-Queer: In Defense of a ‘Trans-Gender Approach’ or Trans-Gender as an Analytical Category
  • . Nathalie Ernoult and Catherine Gonnard: Intersecting Views on the Exhibition “elles@centrepompidou”
  • . Book review: Patrick Cardon, Discours littéraires et scientifiques fin-de-siècle. Autour de Marc-André Raffalovich (Mathieu Faria).
Online access to Papers, Abstracts, and References

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