Gender Forum - Internet Journal for Gender Studies
Vol. 31 - Gender and Performance
Deirdre Osborne and Mojisola Adebayo: Missing in Action. Fathers Making a Quick Exit in Mojisola Adebayo's Muhammed Ali and Me
Vol. 30 De-Voted - Gender and Politics
Jon Robert Adams (Review): Anderson, Eric. “Inclusive Masculinity: The Changing Nature of Masculinities”
Vol. 29 - Private I, Public Eye: Gender and Exposure
Vol. 28 - EngAGEing Questions: Gender and Age
Anthony Todd (Review): Srole, Carole. “Transcribing Class and Gender: Masculinity and Femininity in Nineteenth- century Courts and Offices”.
Sarah Imhoff (Review): Roden, Frederick (ed.). “Jewish/Christian/Queer: Crossroads and Identities. Queer Interventions.”
Vol. 27 - Off Centre: Eccentricity and Gender
Vol. 26 - Literature and Medicine II: Women in the Medical Profession
Stella Bolaki: “What the Book Told”: Illness, Witnessing, and Patient-Doctor Encounters in Martha Hall’s Artists’ Books
Julia Mason: “Lessons to Learn”: Constructions of Femininity in Popular Magazine Breast Health Narratives
Review (Review): Judit Gadzi, Andrea Petö and Zsuzsanna Toronyi, (eds.): “Gender, Memory, and Judaism”.
Vol. 25 - Literature and Medicine I: Women in the Medical Profession
James Alsop: Narratives of Class, Gender and Medicine in the American South: The Dr. Annie Alexander Story
Meredith Eliassen: The San Francisco Experiment: Female Medical Practitioners Caring for Women and Children, 1875-1935
Gabriela Schenk: How to Fail: Female Medical Students and Women Doctors in Popular Fiction around 1900
Nadine Muller: Hystoriographic Metafiction: The Victorian Madwoman and Women’s Mental Health in 21st-Century British Fiction
Christine Marks: Hysteria, Doctor-Patient Relationships, and Identity Boundaries in Siri Hustvedt’s “What I Loved”
Vol. 24 - Apparatus XY - Gender Praxes in the History of Chinese and Western Medicine
Howard Chiang: Historicizing the Emergence of Sexual Freedom: The Medical Knowledge of Psychiatry and the Scientific Power of Sexology, 1880-1920.
Patricia J.F. Rosof: The Quiet Feminism of Dr. Florence Sabin: Helping Women Achieve in Science and Medicine.
Hsiao-wen Cheng: Authority or Alternative? Rethinking Gender and the Use of Medical Knowledge in Song China, 960-1279.
Vol. 23 - Race to Face: Gender, Ethnicity and the Media
Jennifer Esposito and Bettina Love: The Black Lesbians Are White and the Studs Are Femmes: A Cultural Studies Analysis of The L Word
Melissa Wright: Racist Bullying or "Girls Being Girls"? Untangling Constructions of Race and Gender in Celebrity Big Brother
Review (Review): Marc Epprecht. “Heterosexual Africa? The History of an Idea from the Age of Exploration to the Age of AIDS.” Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 2008.
Review (Review): Stefanie Tannen. “The Female Trickster: The Mask that Reveals, Post-Jungian and Postmodern Psychological Perspectives on Women in Contemporary Culture.” London, New York: Routledge, 2007.
Vol. 22 - Black Women’s Writing Revisited
Sabine Broeck: Enslavement as Regime of Western Modernity: Re-reading Gender Studies Epistemology Through Black Feminist Critique
Terri Francis: I and I: Elizabeth Alexander's Collective First-Person Voice, the Witness and the Lure of Amnesia.
Alexis Pauline Gumbs: "We Can Learn to Mother Ourselves": A Dialogically Produced Audience and Black Feminist Publishing 1979 to the "Present".
Katherine Gerund: Sisterly (Inter)Actions: Audre Lorde and the Development of Afro-German Women's Communities.
Vol. 21 - Gender and Jewish Culture
Interview: Of Cultural Deference. A Conversation with Rabbi Tanya Segal, Poland's First Female Rabbi — Warsaw, 12 July 2008
Review (Review): Nadia Valman. “The Jewess in Nineteenth Century British Literary Culture.” Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Review (Review): Catherine M. Cole, Takyiwaa Manuh, and Stephan F. Miescher, eds. “Africa After Gender?” Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2007.
Review (Review): Lynette Goddard. “Staging Black Feminisms: Identity, Politics, Performance.” Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
Review (Review): Deborah Clarke. “Driving Women: Fiction and Automobile Culture in Twentieth-Century America.” Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.
Vol. 20 - Gender and Language
Anne Lequy: Iconicity as a Doorway to a New Space: Lesser Known East German Women Writers in the Seventies and Eighties
Hong-Chi Shiau: Performativity, Intertextuality, and Social Change: An Ethnographic Analysis of Taiwanese Gay Personal Ads
Interview: "I never dared to write a comedy before. If nobody laughs you're stuffed, aren't you?": Lisa Evans in Conversation
Review (Review): Christina Wald. “Hysteria, Trauma and Melancholia: Performative Maladies in Contemporary Anglophone Drama.” Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
Review (Review): Patricia Hill Collins. “From Black Power to Hip Hop: Racism, Nationalism, and Feminism.” Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2006.
Vol. 19 - Illuminated Gender II: Gender and Illness
Elizabeth J. Clark: Policing, Politicizing, Poeticizing the Virgin/Whore Split: Contemporary American Women's Poetry about AIDS
Amber Dean: At the Limits of Materiality / At the Limits of Discourse: Feminist Struggles to Make Sense of Depression in Women
Heike Hartung: "Doleful ditties" and Stories of Survival - Narrative Approaches to Breast Cancer in Frances Burney, Maria Edgeworth and Susan Sontag
Gabriele Kaczmarczyk: Concept and Organisation of the Master's Degree Program "Health and Society: International Gender Studies Berlin" at the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, a joint facility of the Humboldt University and the Free University Berlin in co-operation with the Berlin School of Public Health
Review: Frances Heidensohn, ed. “Gender and Justice: New Concepts and Approaches.” Portland, OR: Willan Publishing, 2006.
Review: Cara Carmichael Aitchison, ed. “Sport and Gender Identities: Masculinities, Femininities and Sexualities.” London: Routledge, 2007.
Review: Kath Woodward. “Boxing, Masculinity and Identity: The 'I' of the Tiger.” New York: Routledge, 2007.
Special Issue Women in Power
Alice Schwarzer: We Are Chancelloress! One Angie does not collapse the male bastion - but she has opened the gate
Update: Julie Biando Edwards. Spousal Politics and the Bipartisan Positioning of Hillary Rodham Clinton
Vol. 18- Gender Disgussed: Gender and the Abject
Review: Susan Gillman and Alys Eve Weinbaum, eds. “Next to the Color Line: Gender, Sexuality, and W.E.B. Du Bois.” University of Minnesota Press, 2007.
Review (Review): Tina Campt. “Other Germans: Black Germans and the Politics of Race, Gender, and Memory in the Third Reich.” Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004.
Vol. 17 - Working Out Gender
Curtis Fogel: Presenting the Naked Self: The Accumulation of Performative Capital in the Female Strip Trade
Christina Marín: Staging Femicide/Confronting Reality: Negotiating Gender and Representation in Las Mujeres de Juárez
Review: Murray Pomerance and Frances Gateward, eds. “Where the Boys Are: Cinemas of Masculinity and Youth.” Wayne State UP, 2005.
Review: Steven Bruhm and Natasha Hurley, eds. “Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children.” Minneapolis: Minnesota UP, 2004.
Review: Jean Wyatt. “Risking Difference: Identification, Race, and Community.” Albany, NY: State U of New York Press, 2004.
Vol. 16 - Gender Roomours II: Gender and Space
Stefan Brandt: Astronautic Subjects: Postmodern Identity and the Embodiment of Space in American Science Fiction
Luminita Dragulescu: Into the Room and Out of the Closet: (Homo)Sexuality and Commodification in James Baldwin's Giovanni's Room
Christian Lassen: "In the dark camp," Or: Straight with a (Pastoral) Twist. American Western Masculinity in Brokeback Mountain.
Hedwig Wagner: Places and Spaces: The Public Sphere and Privacy in Lina Wertmüller's Love and Anarchy
Review: Liz Conor. “The Spectacular Modern Woman. Feminine Visibility in the 1920s.” Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2004.
Review: Nancy Copeland. “Staging Gender in Behn and Centlivre: Women's Comedy and the Theatre.” Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004.
Vol. 15 - Gender Roomours I : Gender and Space
Michael Egan: Wrestling Teddy Bears: Wilderness Masculinity as Invented Tradition in the Pacific Northwest
Katja Kanzler: "To Tell the Kitchen Version": Architectural Figurations of Race and Gender in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl and Harriet Wilson's Our Nig
Review: Michael S. Kimmel, Jeff Hearn and R. W. Connell, eds. “Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities.” Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2005.
Kai Merten (Review): Ina Habermann. “Staging Slander and Gender in Early Modern England.” Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003.
Review: Martina Tißberger, Gabriele Dietze, Daniela Hrzán, and Jana Husmann-Kastein, eds. “Weiß - Weißsein - Whiteness. Kritische Studien zu Gender und Rassismus. Critical Studies on Gender and Racism.” Berlin: Peter Lang, 2006.
Vol. 14 - Rac(e)ing Guestions III: Gender and Postcolonial/Intercultural Issues
Beth Kramer: "Postcolonial Triangles": An Analysis of Masculinity and Homosocial Desire in Achebe's A Man of the People and Greene's The Quiet American
Damien W. Riggs: Priscilla, (White) Queen of the Desert Queer Politics and Representation in a "Postcolonising" Nation
Review (Review): Marlon B. Ross. “Manning the Race: Reforming Black Men in the Jim Crow Era.” New York: New York UP, 2004.
Review (Review): Deborah Caslav Covino. “Amending the Abject Body: Aesthetic Makeovers in Medicine and Culture.” Albany: SUNY Press, 2004.
Review (Review): Oyèrónké Oyewùmí, ed. “African Gender Studies. A Reader.” New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
Vol. 13 - Imagendering II: Gendering and Visualization
Olaf Stieglitz and Massimo Perinelli: Liquid Laughter. A Gendered History of Milk & Alcohol Drinking in West-German and US Film Comedies of the 1950s
Review: Stephen M. Barber and David L. Clark (eds.). “Regarding Sedgwick. Essays on Queer Culture and Critical Theory.” New York: Routledge, 2002.
Review: Sherrie A. Inness (ed.). “Action Chicks: New Images of Tough Women in Popular Culture.” New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Review: Eckart Voigts-Virchow (ed.). “Janespotting and Beyond: British Heritage Retrovisions Since the Mid-1990s.” Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2004.
Vol. 12 Illuminating Gender: Gender and Disease
Elisabeth Strowick The Infectious Performative. Contagion between Bacteriology and Literature.
Tanja Nusser Foreboding Forefathers: Cross(br)ed Desire, A Child and Dubious Parenthood. Goethe's Elective Affinities.
Christina Fisanick Too Fat, Too Hairy, Too (In)visible: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Normative Femininity.
Jozefina Komporály "Cripping up is the twenty-first century's answer to blacking up": Conversation with Kaite O'Reilly on theatre, feminism and disability
Review: Margret Sönser Breen and Warren J. Blumfeld, eds., Butler Matters. Judith Butler's Impact on Feminist and Queer Studies. (Reviewed by Christina Wald)
Review: Helma Järviluoma, Pirkko Moisala & Anni Vilkko. Gender and Qualitative Methods. (Reviewed by Alyson Tyler)
Review: Judith Butler. Undoing Gender. (Reviewed by Dirk Schulz)
Excerpts from Kaite O'Reilly's play Peeling
Vol. 11 Imagendering:Gender and Visualization
Simone Celine Marshall "Perspectiva, Perspective, and the Narrative Frames of The Assembly of Ladies"
Efrat Biberman "You never look at me from the place from which I see you"
Review: Jon Binnie, The Globalization of Sexuality. (Reviewed by Brian Curtin)
Review: Felicity Nussbaum, The Limits of the Human. Fictions of Anomaly, Race and Gender in the Long Eighteenth Century. (Reviewed by Miriam Wallraven)
Review: Carol Christ, She Who Changes: Re-Imagining the Divine in the World . (Reviewed by Susan de Gaia)
Review: Caroline Bland and Máire Cross. Gender and Politics in the Age of Letter-Writing, 1750-2000.
(Reviewed by Jennifer Law Sullivan)
Four poems by Mary Kennan Herbert: "Bethesda Hospital," "Small Craft Warnings," "Wartime Years in St. Louis," "Not Your Usual Weekend at the Beach"
Vol. 10 - Rac(e)ing Questions II: Gender and Postcolonial/Intercultural Issues
Ralph Poole Trials of Rituals Female Bonding and the Colonial "Other" in Marianne Wiggins's John Dollar
Review: Roger N. Lancaster. The Trouble with Nature: Sex in Science and Popular Culture (Reviewed by Heather Merle Benbow)
Review: Peter Boag. Same-Sex Affairs: Constructing and Controlling Homosexuality in the Pacific Northwest. (Reviewed by Jon Robert Adams)
Review: Diane Richardson and Steven Seidman (eds.). Handbook of Lesbian and Gay Studies (Reviewed by Isabel Karremann)
K.R. Randen: "Opening"
Vol. 9 - Male Accounts: Representing Masculinities
Kai Merten "my front porch is waist deep in hands" - The Dismemberment of the Male Heroic Body in Poetry by Christopher Logue, Margaret Atwood, and Tony Harrison
Shirley Sharon-Zisser Male Homosexuality in Both Sexes: Freud, Fliess, and Archaic Sexuality
Astrid Recker Hunting Masculinities in Toni Morrison's Jazz
Review: K. H. Adler. Jews and Gender in Liberation France. (Reviewed by Daniel P. Becker)
Review: Wayne H. Brekhus. Peacocks, Chameleons, Centaurs: Gay Suburbia and the Grammar of Social Identity. (Reviewed by Martin Dines)
Review: Arturo J. Aldama (ed.). Violence and the Body: Race, Gender, and the State. (Reviewed by Aldona Bialowas Pobutsky)
Review: Valerie Martin. Property. (Reviewed by Cornelia Dahmer)
Review: Monica Ali. Brick Lane. (Reviewed by Stephanie Rott)
Vol. 8 - Gender Queeries: Queer Concerns
Ulrike E. Tancke and Anja Müller-Wood The Hidden Misogynies of Queering "light": The Case of The Hours
Chris Michael "Femme(inine) Diaspora:" Queering the lesbian femme
Susanne Jung Queering Popular Culture: Female Spectators and the Appeal of Writing Slash Fan Fiction
Dimple Godiwala Aunt Mary: The Dialectics of Desire
Susanne Gruss "People confuse personal relations with legal structures." An Interview with Margaret Atwood
Review: Weeks, Jeffrey. Sexuality. Second Edition. London: Routledge, 2002. (Reviewed by Georg Brunner)
Review: Heller, Tamar and Patricia Moran. Eds.Scenes of the Apple. Food and the Female Body in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Women's Writing. New York: State University of New York Press, 2003.(Reviewed by Aldona Pobutsky)
Review: Sylvia von Arx, Sabine Gisin, Ita Grosz-Ganzoni, Monika Leuzinger, Andreas Sidler (eds.). Koordinaten der Männlichkeit: Orientierungsversuche. Tübingen: edition diskord, 2003. (Reviewed by Isabel Karremann)
Review: Carol Shields: Unless. London: Fourth Estate, 2002. (Reviewed by Samantha Hume)
Julia Pascal: "Theresienstadt"
Vol. 7 - Anybody's Concerns II: Gender and the Body
ajaykumar The "Feminine Principle" in Butoh: A Methodology that Spans History, Cultures, and Disciplines?
Konstanze Kutzbach AnyBody's Simulacra: A Theoretical Approach to (Post-Gender) Identity
Tina Wald, Johanna Hauke and Chrissula Kalpaki "I want to create a European-Jewish-British Theatre Where Women Have a New Role" An interview with Julia Pascal
Review: David M. Halperin. How to Do the History of Homosexuality. (Reviewed by Isabel Karremann)
Review: Jagose, Annamarie. Inconsequence. Lesbian Representation and the Logic of Sexual Sequence. (Reviewed by Peta Mayer)
(Reviewed by Sean O'Toole)
Review: Wally Lamb and the Women of York Correctional Institution. Couldn't Keep It To Myself. Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters. (Reviewed by Astrid Recker)
Review: Coming off Rage? Angry Young Women at the Royal Court in Lucy Prebble's The Sugar Syndrome, Gary Mitchell's Loyal Women, and Stella Feehily's Duck (Reviewed by Tina Wald)
Michelene Wandor: Draft of the first chapter of Barlines
Vol. 6 - Anybody's Concerns: Gender and the Body
Anna Furse (Goldsmith College, London, UK) Art of A.R.T.
Andrea Gutenberg (University of Cologne, Germany) "Know that I do not suffer, unlike you..." - Visual and Verbal Codings of Pain in Body and Performance Art"
Samantha Hume (University of Cologne, Germany) The narrative of male violence on women's bodies
Andrea Birk and Tina Wald (University of Cologne, Germany) "One of my missions as a playwright is to let the witches and the magic back in." An interview with Diane Samuels
Review: Hughes, Christina. Key Concepts in Feminist Theory and Research. London: Sage Publications, 2002. (Reviewed by Miriam Wallraven, University of Tübingen, Germany).
Vol. 5 - Gender Debat|tl|: Gender and War
Karin Ikas (University of Würzburg, Germany) A Message to the Emperor & "The Battle of the Cradle": Gendered Nationalism and Identity Politics in the Great War
Walter W. Hölbling (University of Graz, Austria) Texans, War Fever, and the Absence of the Female
Sylvia Vance (University of Alberta, Canada) "On the Knife-edge of Time": Katherine Burdekin and Naomi Mitchison
Annedith Schneider, Sabanci University, Istanbul (Turkey) Building the Nation: Narrating Women and the Algerian War
Review: Paulina Palmer. The Lesbian Gothic: Transgressive Fictions. London and New York: Cassell, 1999.
(Reviewed by Konstanze Kutzbach, University of Cologne, Germany)
(Reviewed by Konstanze Kutzbach, University of Cologne, Germany)
Review: Penelope Deutscher. A Politics of Impossible Difference: The Later Work of Luce Irigaray. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2002. (Reviewed by Miriam Wallraven, University of Tübingen, Germany).
Review: Dimple Godiwala. Breaking the Bounds. Feminist Dramatists Writing in the Mainstream since c. 1980. New York: Peter Lang, 2003. (Reviewed by Tina Wald, University of Cologne, Germany)
Butoh and Transcending the Identity of Sex. Towards a "tantric" interpretation of Sankai Juku's Kagemi, Sadlers Wells Theatre, London, June 2003. (Reviewed by ajaykumar, Goldsmiths College, University of London, England)
Review: Richard II & Richard III staged at the Globe Theatre (Reviewed by Agata Maslowska, Jagiellonian University of Cracow, Poland).
Review: Roy Williams: Fallout (12 June - 19 July 2003 at the Royal Court Theatre downstairs) (Reviewed by Tina Wald, University of Cologne, Germany).
This issue features Jane Eaton Hamilton's short story "Goombay Smash."
Vol. 4 - H(a)unted Heroines: Gender, Madness, and the Demonic
Tina Wald, MA (University of Cologne, Germany): The Haunted Heroines of British Women's Plays of the 1990s.
Dr. Kirsten Kramer (University of Cologne, Germany): Performing the Demonic: Witchcraft, Skepticism and Gender Constructions in Michel de Montaigne's "De la force de l'imagination" and "Des Boyteux."
Dr. Monika Reif-Huelser (University of Konstanz, Germany): Living on the Borderline. Politics of Domination, States of Insanity and the Quest for Female Identity in the Work of Bessie Head.
Review: Peter Lehman (ed.). Masculinity: Bodies, Movies, Culture. New York and London: Routledge, 2001.
(Reviewed by Anja Müller-Wood, University of Trier, Germany).
(Reviewed by Anja Müller-Wood, University of Trier, Germany).
Review: Stephen M. Whitehead. Men and Masculinities: Key Themes and New Directions. Cambridge: Polity, 2002. (Reviewed by Isabel Karremann, University of Tübingen, Germany).
Review: Thomas R. West. Signs of Struggle. The Rhetorical Politics of Cultural Difference. Albany: SUNY Press, 2002. (Reviewed by Stephanie Rott, University of Cologne, Germany).
Review: Helene Meyers. Femicidal Fears. Narratives of the Female Gothic Experience. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001. (Reviewed by Aldona Bialowas Pobutsky, Wayne State University, Detroit, United States).
This issue features eight poems by five Bengali poets translated and edited by Dejani Chatterjee.
Vol. 3 - Rac(e)ing Questions: Gender and Postcolonial/Intercultural Issues
Prof. Dr. Claudia Liebrand (University of Cologne, Germany): Gender Meets Race: Andy Tennant's Anna and the King (1999) and Walter Lang's The King and I (1956).
Dr. Mita Banerjee (University of Mainz, Germany): Josephine Baker: Gendered Ethnicity on a Mainstream Stage.
Dr. Monika Müller (University of Cologne, Germany): Nineteenth-Century Narraceons: Race, Gender, and (National) Identity in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and Dred and George Eliot's Daniel Deronda.
Stephanie Rott, MA (University of Cologne, Germany): "Two Different Feelings at the Same Time." Interview with Atima Srivastava.
Review: Helene Moglen. The Trauma of Gender. A Feminist Theory of the English Novel. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. (Reviewed by Cornelia Dahmer, MA, University of Frankfurt, Germany)
Review: Dyer, Richard. The Culture of Queers. London: Routledge, 2002. (Reviewed by Dirk Schulz, MA, University of Cologne, Germany).
Review: Carlson, Cindy L., Mazzola, Robert L. and Susan M. Bernardo (eds). Gender Reconstructions - Pornography and Perversion in Literature and Culture. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002. (Reviewed by Philipp Hofmann, MA, University of Cologne, Germany).
This issue features three poems by Sridhar Rajeswaran.
Vol. 2 - Mediating Gender: Gender and the Media
Prof. Dr. Hanjo Berressem (University of Cologne, Germany): Matter that Bodies. Philosophy in the Age of a Complex Materialism.
Prof. Dr. Nilufer E. Bharucha (University of Bombay, India): Of Devis, Devdaasis and Daayins: The Image of Women in Postcolonial Indian Cinema
Dirk Schulz, MA (University of Cologne, Germany): Where Do We Go from Queer? The Question of Naturalness and Normality in Literature, Film and the Media.
Wisker, Gina. Post-Colonial and African American Women's Writing: A Critical Introduction. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000. (Reviewed by Carmen Birkle, PhD, University of Mainz, Germany).
Adams, Kimberly VanEsveld, Our Lady of Victorian Feminism: The Madonna in the Work of Anna Jameson, Margaret Fuller, and George Eliot. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2001. (Reviewed by Monika Müller, PhD, University of Cologne, Germany).
Shannon Sullivan, Living Across and Through Skins. Transactional Bodies, Pragmatism, and Feminism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001. (Reviewed by Astrid Recker, University of Cologne, Germany).
Sarita Malik, Representing Black Britain. A History of Black and Asian Images on British Television. London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi: SAGE Publications, 2002. (Reviewed by Stephanie Rott, University of Cologne, Germany).
Excerpt from Atima Srivastava's 1999 novel Looking for Maya.
Vol. 1 - Genderealisations: Locating Gender Studies
Prof. Natascha Würzbach (University of Cologne): The State of Gender Studies in Germany: The current situation in research, teaching and institutions.
Prof. Dr. Victoria L. Smith (University of Cologne): The Attack of the Fifty-Foot Women, or How (White, Anglo-American) Feminism Went From Jouissance to Melancholy
Prof. Dr. Chris Weedon (University of Cardiff): Key Issues in Postcolonial Feminism: A Western Perspective
Sara Ahmed, Strange Encounters: Embodied Others in Post Coloniality (Reviewed by Paul Cooke, PhD, University of Aberystwyth, Wales).
Stephanie Lawler, Mothering the Self: Mothers, Daughters, Subjects (Reviewed by Alison Fell, PhD, Queens College, Oxford University, UK).
Murray Pomerance, Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls. Gender in film at the end of the twentieth century (Reviewed by Dirk Schulz, M.A., University of Cologne, Germany).
Gender, Race, and Internal Colonization: An Asian Americanist Review of Traise Yamamoto's Masking Selves, Making Subjects: Japanese American Women, Identity, and the Body (Reviewed by Sarita See, PhD, Williams College, USA).
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