Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture : A Comprehensive Guide to Gender Studies.

By: Buikema, RosemarieContributor(s): Plate, Liedeke | Thiele, KathrinMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (319 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351974820Subject(s): FeminismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Doing Gender in Media, Art and Culture : A Comprehensive Guide to Gender StudiesDDC classification: 305.4201 LOC classification: HQ1397.D65 2018Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Debates -- 1 The arena of feminism: Simone de Beauvoir and the history of feminism -- 2 The arena of religion: Malala and contemporary feminism -- 3 The arena of the body: the cyborg and feminist views on biology -- 4 The arena of knowledge: Virginia Woolf and the feminist practice of situated knowledges -- 5 The arena of borders: Gloria Anzaldúa, intersectionality and interdisciplinarity -- 6 The arena of imaginings: Sarah Bartmann and the ethics of representation -- 7 The arena of the colony: Phoolan Devi and postcolonial critique -- 8 The arena of masculinity: Willem Stoner and masculinity studies -- 9 The arena of affect: Marina Abramović and the politics of emotion -- Part II Disciplines -- 10 The politics of Florence Nightingale in feminist historiography -- 11 Alison Bechdel and the queer graphic novel -- 12 Lili Elbe's transmedial presence and the politics of transgender studies -- 13 Peter Pan and feminist theatre studies -- 14 Lara Croft, Kill Bill and feminist film studies -- 15 Trinh T. Minh-ha: feminist approaches to documentary film -- 16 Malala and the politics of feminist new media activism -- 17 Midia, Xavier and Sarah: the politics of linking in feminist and postcolonial digital humanities -- Part III Food for Thought -- 18 Dympna and the figuration of the woman warrior -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Debates -- 1 The arena of feminism: Simone de Beauvoir and the history of feminism -- 2 The arena of religion: Malala and contemporary feminism -- 3 The arena of the body: the cyborg and feminist views on biology -- 4 The arena of knowledge: Virginia Woolf and the feminist practice of situated knowledges -- 5 The arena of borders: Gloria Anzaldúa, intersectionality and interdisciplinarity -- 6 The arena of imaginings: Sarah Bartmann and the ethics of representation -- 7 The arena of the colony: Phoolan Devi and postcolonial critique -- 8 The arena of masculinity: Willem Stoner and masculinity studies -- 9 The arena of affect: Marina Abramović and the politics of emotion -- Part II Disciplines -- 10 The politics of Florence Nightingale in feminist historiography -- 11 Alison Bechdel and the queer graphic novel -- 12 Lili Elbe's transmedial presence and the politics of transgender studies -- 13 Peter Pan and feminist theatre studies -- 14 Lara Croft, Kill Bill and feminist film studies -- 15 Trinh T. Minh-ha: feminist approaches to documentary film -- 16 Malala and the politics of feminist new media activism -- 17 Midia, Xavier and Sarah: the politics of linking in feminist and postcolonial digital humanities -- Part III Food for Thought -- 18 Dympna and the figuration of the woman warrior -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.

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Rosemarie Buikema is Professor of Art, Culture and Diversity at Utrecht University. She chairs the UU Graduate Gender Programme and is the Scientific Director of the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies. Among her latest books are Revoltes in de Cultuurkritiek (Amsterdam University Press, 2017); Theories and Methodologies in Feminist Research (Routledge 2011, with G. Griffin and N. Lykke); and From Boys to Men (Cape Town University Press, 2007 with T. Shaefer and K. Ratele).

Liedeke Plate is Associate Professor of Gender Studies and Literary and Cultural Studies at Radboud University, has published extensively on the subject of gender, cultural memory and women's rewriting. She is author of Transforming Memories in Contemporary Women's Rewriting (Palgrave, 2011) and co-editor of, among others, Technologies of Memory in the Arts (Palgrave, 2009), Performing Memory in Art and Popular Culture (Routledge, 2013), and Materializing Memory in Art and Popular Culture (Routledge, 2017). Together with Rosemarie Buikema she edited the Dutch edition of this textbook: Handboek genderstudies in media, kunst en cultuur (Coutinho, 2015).

Kathrin Thiele is Associate Professor in Gender Studies and Critical Theory at Utrecht University. She has published widely in the fields of continental philosophy, feminist and queer theories of difference and posthuman(ist) studies. Her  most recent book publications are  Symptoms of the Planetary Condition: A Critical Vocabulary  (meson 2017, co-edited with M. Bunz and B.M. Kaiser) and the German edition of this textbook:  Doing Gender in Medien-, Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften: Eine Einführung  (LitVerlag 2017, co-edited with R. Buikema). She is also founder and co-coordinator of the international Humanities initiative  Terra Critica: Interdisciplinary Network for the Critical Humanities.


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