eBook Gender: Space, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0028662865
  • ISBN-13: 9780028662862
  • DDC: 305.3
  • Grade Level Range: 12th Grade - College Senior
  • 450 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2018 | Published/Released March 2018
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2018
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Overview

This volume of the Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks series on gender studies uses varying perspectives to engage central concerns in scholarship on gender and space. Gender: Space creatively engages the correspondence between people and space. The volume explores various sites through which gender, gender norms, and gendered identities are constructed and deconstructed, and the multiple ways gendered bodies make, occupy, reclaim, and discover space in a mutually constituting relationship. Its 20 chapters examine such topics as memory and land loss, LGBT families and public policy, the environment and industrial labor, and food access in the united states. Chapters are written by eminent scholars, are peer reviewed, include illustrations, and offer bibliographies to encourage further research. The volume concludes with a glossary and a comprehensive index.

What's New

  • All chapters in GENDER: SPACE are newly commissioned and hence based on fresh and topical research and debates from a variety of fields--including feminist studies, disability studies, art, social sciences, media, history, and politics.
  • Chapters (20 total) are written by eminent scholars and are peer reviewed.
  • The volume will include a glossary, bibliographies of worked cited and suggestions for further reading, approximately 25 relevant images, and an index.

Alternate Formats

  • Casebound Edition

    ISBN-10: 0028662857 | ISBN-13: 9780028662855

Table of Contents

The Cult of True Womanhood.
The Politics of Respectability.
Feminist Architectural Theory.
The Environment and Industrial Labor.
Neighborhood Transitions.
Tourism and Labor Landscapes in the Caribbean.
Memory and Land Loss in South Louisiana.
Disability Tropes and Visual Culture.
Women, Drugs, and the State.
LGBT Families and Public Policy.
Resisting Walls in a Mexican Prison.
Campus Sexual Assault Reform.
Food Access in the United States.
Dance, Virtuosity, and Queer Black Masculinity.
Performance and Slavery Reenactments.
Theater and Girls’ Resistance.
Feminisms and Exhibition Making.
Cyber Communities.
Video Games and Gaming Culture.
Racialized Masculinity in Digital Space.