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Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit, edited by Moira Dustin, Nuno Ferreira, Susan Millns

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Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit, edited by Moira Dustin, Nuno Ferreira, Susan Millns
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Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit
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electronic resource
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dictionaries
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edited by Moira Dustin, Nuno Ferreira, Susan Millns
Series statement
Gender and Politics,, 2662-5814
Summary
This collection examines the opportunities and challenges, rights and wrongs, and prospects and risks of Brexit from the perspectives of gender and sexuality. While much has been written about Brexit from legal, political, social and economic perspectives, there has been little analysis of the effects of Brexit on women and gender/sexual minorities who have historically been marginalised and whose voices have been less audible in political debates – both nationally and at the European level. The collection explores how Brexit might change the equality, human rights and social justice landscape, but from the viewpoint of women and gender/sexual minorities. The contributions gathered in it demonstrate the variety of ways that Brexit will make a difference to the lives of women and individuals marginalised because of gender or sexual identity
Table Of Contents
Part I -- 1 Brexit: Using Gender and Queer Lenses (Dustin, Ferreira, Millns) -- 2 Toxic Masculinity: Militarism, Deal-Making and the Performance of Brexit (Achilleos-Sarll, Martill) -- 3 A New World Order? (Gill, Ahmed) -- Part II -- 4 The Unintended Consequences of Brexit: The Case of Work-life Balance (di Torella) -- 5 The Vulnerable, the Dependent and the Scrounger: Intersectional Reflections on Disability, Care, Health and Migration in the Brexit Project (Dyi Huijg) -- 6 The Potential Effects of Brexit on the Cross-Border Circulation of Private Family Law Judgments (Walker) -- 7 Who speaks for the Zambrano Families? Multi-level Abandonment in the UK and EU (Solanke) -- 8 Unaccompanied Migrant Children and the Implications of Brexit (Iusmen) -- 9 The Impact of Brexit on Gender and Asylum Law in the UK Querton) -- 10 Queering Brexit: What’s in Brexit for Sexual and Gender Minorities? (Danisi, Dustin, Ferreira) -- 11 Brexit: The Likely Impact on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Rights in the UK (Dunne) -- Part III -- 12 Brexit and the Work-family Conflict (Weldon-Johns) -- 13 Foreboding Newness: Brexit and Feminist Civil Society in Scotland (Ritch) -- 14 Brexit, Gender and Northern Ireland (Galligan) -- Part IV -- 15 Through the Looking Glass: Brexit, Defence and Security Through the Lens of Gender (Barrow) -- 16 The likely Economic Impact of Brexit on Women: Lessons from Gender and Trade Research (Stephenson, Fontana) -- 17 Splendid Isolation? On How a Non-Member Is Affected By (And Affects) EU Gender Equality Policy (Skjeie, Holst, Teigen) -- 18 Conclusion (Dustin, Ferreira, Millns)
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