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Intimate citizenships, gender, sexualities, politics, edited by Elżbieta H. Oleksy

Label
Intimate citizenships, gender, sexualities, politics, edited by Elżbieta H. Oleksy
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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unknown if item is government publication
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Intimate citizenships
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
227573401
Responsibility statement
edited by Elżbieta H. Oleksy
Series statement
Routledge research in gender and society ;, 18
Sub title
gender, sexualities, politics
Table Of Contents
Citizenship revisited / Elzbieta Oleksy -- pt. 1. Gender politics: towards a new vision of the subject. Sexual politics, torture, and secular time / Judith Butler -- Post-secular feminist ethics / Rosi Braidotti -- Return of men's narratives and the vicious circle of gender play / Marek Wojtaszek -- pt. 2. Negotiating citizenship: gender, sexuality, politics. (Trans)forming gender: social change and transgender citizenship / Sally Hines -- Blood, water and the politics of biology: examining the primacy of biological kinship in family policy and (step)family discourse / Karin Lenke -- Intimate citizenship and the right to care: the case of breastfeeding / Lisa Smyth -- Gender, sexuality and nation: here and now: reflections on the gendered and sexualized aspects of contemporary polish nationalism / Agnieszka Graff -- Defining pornography, defining gender: sexual citizenship in the discourse of Czech sexology and criminology / Katerina Liskova -- Lesbian representation and postcolonial allegory / Aniko Imre -- pt. 3. Men and masculinities: new identities, emerging subjectivities. Patriarchies, transpatriarchies, and intersectionalities / Jeff Hearn -- Changing Czech masculinities: beyond environment and children friendly men / Iva Smidova -- Experiencing masculinity: between crisis, withdrawal, and change / Iwona Chmura-Rutkowska, Joanna Ostrouch -- Bent straights: diversity and flux among heterosexual men / Michael Flood
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