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Everyday feminist research praxis : doing gender in the Netherlands

Author: Domitilla Olivieri; Koen Leurs
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Everyday Feminist Research Praxis: Doing Gender in The Netherlands offers a selection of previously unpublished work presented during the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG) conferences. Reflecting the wide spectrum of interdisciplinary gender studies, this volume is organised into four sections along four conceptual knots. These thematic entry-points are space/time, affectivity,
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Domitilla Olivieri; Koen Leurs
ISBN: 1443860115 9781443860116
OCLC Number: 881865358
Description: xxxix, 301 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Section I Negotiating Space-Time --
Preface / Louis van den Hengel Hengel, Louis van den 2 --
Chapter 1 Webs of Feminist Knowledge Online: Representations of the Women's Movement in Digital Documents and Monuments / Sonne Koevoets Koevoets, Sonne 5 --
Chapter 2 What is European about Homonationalism? Thinking through the Italian Case / Gianmaria Colpani Colpani, Gianmaria, Adriano José Habed Habed, Adriano José 23 --
Chapter 3 Irigarayan Insights on the Problem of LGBT Inequality: How Re-Imagining Difference can Facilitate Respect for Others / Louise Richardson-Self Richardson-Self, Louise 40 --
Chapter 4 Perforating (Readings of) Moving Across as Decolonial Praxis / Heather Hermant Hermant, Heather 56 --
Section II The Matter of Affect --
Preface / Iris van der Tuin Tuin, Iris van der 72 --
Chapter 5 Tracing the Roots of the Fashion Image: Fashion Models as Fashion Workers, Immaterial Production and Affective Transmission / Eline van Uden Uden, Eline van 74 --
Chapter 6 "I Didn't Know That I Do Not Know": Writing the Feminine in Anne Enright's What Are You Like / Mariëlle Smith Smith, Mariëlle 87 --
Chapter 7 Intimate Encounters in Fuses and One Night Stand / Sara Janssen Janssen, Sara 101 --
Chapter 8 When the Personal Meets the Theoretical: Reflections on my Conversations with Luce Irigaray / Krizia Nardini Nardini, Krizia 116 --
Section III Negotiating Private-Public --
Preface / Liza Mügge Mügge, Liza 134 --
Chapter 9 In the Service of Modernity: The Gendered Deployment of Premarital Sexuality in the Processes of Identification among the Iranian Dutch / Rahil Roodsaz Roodsaz, Rahil 136 --
Chapter 10 Bargaining between Husbands and Societies: The Obstacles and Difficulties of Chinese Mothers Teaching their Children Mandarin in the Netherlands / Shu- Yi Huang Huang, Shu- Yi 151 --
Chapter 11 A Narrative Analysis of the Experiences of Women on Antiretroviral Therapy in the Mopani District of the Limpopo Province: Comparing Private and Public Institutions in South Africa / Tiny Petunia Mona Mona, Tiny Petunia 168 --
Chapter 12 Public-Private Boundaries and Gendered Codes in Limiting Institutional Childbirth in Rural Bangladesh / Runa Laila Laila, Runa 187 --
Section IV Negotiating Technologies and Mediations --
Preface / Kathrin Thiele Thiele, Kathrin 208 --
Chapter 13 In the Intervals between 'Now' and 'Then', 'Here1 and "There': Transnational Spaces Performed and Reimagined in Digital Hybrid Documentary / Domitilla Olivieri Olivieri, Domitilla 210 --
Chapter 14 Scholarship as Geek Feminism: Subverting Gender and Sexuality in Glee Fan Fiction / Nicolle Lamerichs Lamerichs, Nicolle 230 --
Chapter 15 "A Shock to Thought": The Affects of an Online Encounter with Posthuman Imagery / Simone van Hulst Hulst, Simone van 247 --
Chapter 16 Wired Fingers, Sticky Keyboards: Towards an Embodied Approach to Internet Pornography / Goda Klmnbytè Klmnbytè, Goda 262 --
Epilogue --
Chapter 17 A Dialogue on the Dilemmas of Feminist Research Praxis / Koen Leurs Leurs, Koen, Rosemarie Buikema Buikema, Rosemarie, Willy Jansen Jansen, Willy, Lies Wesseling Wesseling, Lies 280.
Responsibility: edited by Domitilla Olivieri and Koen Leurs.

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