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Queer Expectations
Queer Expectations (December 2018)
A Genealogy of Jewish Women's Poetry
Zohar Weiman-Kelman - Author

Examines how Jewish women have used poetry to challenge their historical limitations while rewriting their potential futures.

Jewish women have had a fraught relationship with history, struggling for inclusion while resisting their limited role as (re)producers of the future. In Queer Expectations, Zohar Weiman-Kelman shows how Jewish women writers turned to poetry to write new histories, developing “queer expectancy&rdq...(Read More)
 
 
Troubled Memories
Troubled Memories (October 2018)
Iconic Mexican Women and the Traps of Representation
Oswaldo Estrada - Author

Analyzes literary and cultural representations of iconic Mexican women to explore how these reimaginings can undermine or perpetuate gender norms in contemporary Mexico.

In Troubled Memories, Oswaldo Estrada traces the literary and cultural representations of several iconic Mexican women produced in the midst of neoliberalism, gender debates, and the widespread commodification of cultural memory. He examines recent fictionaliz...(Read More)
 
 
The Gender Legacy of the Mao Era
The Gender Legacy of the Mao Era (August 2018)
Women's Life Stories in Contemporary China
Xin Huang - Author

Shows that the feminist interventions of the Mao era (1949–1976) continue to influence contemporary Chinese women.

This book traces how the legacy of the Maoist gender project is experienced or contested by particular Chinese women, remembered or forgotten in their lives, and highlighted or buried in their narratives. Xin Huang examines four women’s life stories: an urban woman who lived through the Mao era (1949&nd...(Read More)
 
 
Gender and the Abjection of Blackness
Gender and the Abjection of Blackness (July 2018)
Sabine Broeck - Author

An anti-racist critique of gender studies as a field.

In Gender and the Abjection of Blackness, Sabine Broeck argues that gender studies as a mostly white field has taken insufficient account of Black contributions, and that more than being an ethnocentric limitation or blind spot, this has represented a structural anti-Blackness in the field. Engaging with the work of Black feminist authors Sylvia Wynter, Hortense Spillers, a...(Read More)
 
 
Because We Are Human
Because We Are Human (June 2018)
Contesting US Support for Gender and Sexuality Human Rights Abroad
Cynthia Burack - Author

FINALIST - 2018 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award in the LGBT category

Offers a complete empirical account of US government programs, policies, and interventions outside the United States on behalf of the human rights of LGBTQ people.

Around the world, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people continue to be threatened, attacked, arrested, tortured, and sometimes executed just for ...(Read More)
 
 
philoSOPHIA Volume #8, Issue #1
philoSOPHIA Volume #8, Issue #1 (6/2018)
Lynne Huffer - Editor
Shannon Winnubst - Editor
Emanuela Bianchi - Book Review editor
Birgit M. Kaiser - Guest editor
Kathrin Thiele - Guest editor

 
 
Intimate Memory
Intimate Memory (April 2018)
Gender and Mourning in Late Imperial China
Martin W. Huang - Author

Sheds new light on pre-modern Chinese gender relationships in the context of marriage, male Confucian literati self-presentation, and social networks.

In the first study of its kind about the role played by intimate memory in the mourning literature of late imperial China, Martin W. Huang focuses on the question of how men mourned and wrote about women to whom they were closely related. Drawing upon memoirs, epitaphs, biographie...(Read More)
 
 
Dancing with Ophelia
Dancing with Ophelia (March 2018)
Reconnecting Madness, Creativity, and Love
Jeanne Ellen Petrolle - Author

A personal narrative that explores madness through the use of literature, art, and philosophy to achieve lasting mental health without drugs.

“Twenty-two years ago, I lost my mind.” So begins Jeanne Ellen Petrolle’s fascinating personal narrative about her mental illness and recovery. Drawing on literature, art, and philosophy, Petrolle explores a unique understanding of madness that allowed her to achieve last...(Read More)
 
 
philoSOPHIA Volume #7, Issue #2
philoSOPHIA Volume #7, Issue #2 (1/2018)
Lynne Huffer - Editor
Shannon Winnubst - Editor
Emanuela Bianchi - Book Review editor
Jennifer Suchland - Guest editor
Agnes Czajka - Guest editor

 
 
The Symbolic Order of the Mother
The Symbolic Order of the Mother (January 2018)
Luisa Muraro - Author
Francesca Novello - Translator
Timothy S. Murphy - Edited and with an introduction by
Alison Stone - Foreword by

Argues that affirming the irreducible differences between men and women can lead to more transformative politics than the struggle for abstract equality between the sexes.

In The Symbolic Order of the Mother Luisa Muraro identifies the bond between mother and child as ontologically fundamental to the development of culture and politics, and therefore as key to achieving truly emancipatory political change. Both corporea...(Read More)
 
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