Becoming girl : collective biography and the production of girlhood (Book, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Becoming girl : collective biography and the production of girlhood

Author: Marnina Gonick; Susanne Gannon
Publisher: Toronto : Women's Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Located within the interdisciplinary field of girlhood studies, this collection demonstrates how memories can be used to investigate the ways in which girlhood is culturally, historically, and  Read more...

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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marnina Gonick; Susanne Gannon
ISBN: 9780889615137 0889615136
OCLC Number: 903088728
Description: 240 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: AcknowledgementsIntroduction: Girlhood Studies and Collective Biography - Marnina Gonick and Susanne GannonSection I: MethodologyChapter 1: ""Choir Practice"" in Three Movements: Analyzing a Story of Girlhood through Deleuze, Butler, and Foucault - Susanne Gannon and Marnina GonickChapter 2: Collective Biography and the Question of Difference - Marnina Gonick, Susan Walsh, and Marion BrownChapter 3: Deterritorializing Collective Biography - Susanne Gannon, Michele Byers, Mythili Rajiva, and Susan WalshChapter 4: Things That Stay (and Things That Don't): Temporality and Affect in Collective Memoriesof Sexuality, Bodies, and Girlhood - Michele Byers, Susanne Gannon, and Mythili RajivaSection II: ThemesChapter 5: ""Eating Subjects"": Girlhood, Food, and Relations of Difference - Michele Byers and Mythili RajivaChapter 6: Girls, Sexuality, and Popular Culture: ""Hey Pony! Come On!"" - Susanne Gannon, Michele Byers, and Marnina GonickChapter 7: Trauma and the Girl - Mythili RajivaChapter 8: Picture Me: Relations of Body, Image, and Subject in Collective Biography - Marion Brown and Susanne GannonChapter 9: Ruptures in the Heterosexual Matrix through Teenage Flows and Multiplicities - Bronwyn Davies, Marnina Gonick, Kristina Gottschall, and Jo LampertChapter 10: The Blank Page: Literacy, Girlhood, and Neoliberalism - Marnina GonickChapter 11: From Workshop to Classroom: Collective Biography as Feminist Pedagogy - Michele Byers, with Caroline Brunet, Amanda Dickie, Stefanie Frisina, Daniel Gervais, Patrick Russell, and Janis SampsonContributor BiographiesIndex
Responsibility: edited by Marnina Gonick and Susanne Gannon.

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Becoming Girl reorients and reimagines what it means to research the girl in girlhood studies through an innovative theoretical engagement with the collective biography method. This is a powerful Read more...

 
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