6 edition of Gender and the Southern Body Politic found in the catalog.
June 2000 by University Press of Mississippi .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||259|
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Taking gender as a lens of analysis, these subjects are envisioned in a new light. As Gender and the Southern Body Politic examines literature and art, labor and law, manhood and womanhood, the historians contributing to this volume argue that politics is not limited to the machinations of parties, candidates, and voters.
Instead, they suggest Format: Hardcover. Taking gender as a lens of analysis, these subjects are envisioned in a new light. As Gender and the Southern Body Politic examines literature and art, labor and law, manhood and womanhood, the historians contributing to this volume argue that politics is not limited to the machinations of parties, candidates, and voters.
Proving that gender is a “useful category of analysis, ” feminist historians significantly challenge our understanding of the most hallowed subjects in southern history—the origins of slavery, Bacon's Rebellion, the Nullification crisis, the origins of the Civil War, Reconstruction, the Lost Cause, Populism, and Jim Crow.
"Taking gender as a lens of analysis, these subjects are envisioned in a new light. As Gender and the Southern Body Politic examines literature and art, labor and law, manhood and womanhood, the historians contributing to this volume argue that politics is not limited to the machinations of parties, candidates, and voters.
Gender and the Southern Body Politic (Chancellor's Symposium) eBook: Bercaw, Nancy: : Kindle Store. Gender and the Southern Body Politic: Essays and Comments by Peter Bardaglio, Kathleen M.
Brown, et al. Chancellor's Symposium Series. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, xix + pp. $, cloth, ISBN Reviewed by Randolph Hollingsworth Published on H-South (March, ) Expanding Deﬁnitions of Southern Politics.
The book concludes with the voices of senior faculty sharing their journeys and their paths to growth as scholars and individuals. sexuality and institutional violence, gender and the body politic, is a call for social justice movements that are truly accessible to everyone.
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Divided Houses: Gender and the Civil War is a collection of essays pertaining to the crisis in gender relations that accompanied the Civil War in America. As a collection, the essays present a narrative that chronicles the various impacts on gender that affected men and women, the North and the South, as well as slaves and non-slaves.5/5(1).
'Political Bodies/Body Politic' draws on feminism, gender studies, and queer theory to examine how myth, symbol and ritual express belief systems. The book explores the operation of gender in a variety of social and historical contexts, ranging from feminist speculative fiction and systems of belief to popular culture and ancient historical texts.
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As part of UCSB Ethnomusicology Forum, Deborah Wong (Professor of Ethnomusicology, UC Riverside) will present a lecture titled "Louder and Faster: Pain, Joy, and the Body Politic in Asian American Taiko," on Tuesday, Febru from pm in Seminar Room in the Music Library.
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And yet, from prison abolition to body liberation, Black Femmes are moving mountains and nurturing movements. Now is the time to move towards a Black Femme politic that recognizes and seeks to mimic Black Femme desire to own and express our sexuality and gender on our own terms.
Louder and Faster: Reflections on Writing a Book about Pain, Joy, and the Body Politic in Asian American Taiko. Deborah Wong (University of California, Riverside) Recently published, Louder and Faster is a study of taiko in California, focused on the play of sound, performance, identity, ethnicity, race, gender, and politics.
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She edited Gender and the Southern Body Politic and co-edited the Gender volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Mary Elliott is a Museum Specialist at the National Museum of African American History and Culture at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.
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