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Author Aaron, Jane
Title Gendering Border Studies
Imprint Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2010
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (294 pages)
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Series Gender Studies in Wales
Gender Studies in Wales
Note Cover -- Series Editors -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- I: Migration and Gender -- 1. Outside the Border of the Modern: Mexican Migration and the Racialized and Gendered Dynamics of US National Belonging -- 2. Accented Margins: Gendering the Borders of Diaspora -- 3. Brazilian Women Crossing Borders -- 4. Teacher Supply and the Wales-England Border, 1922-1950: a Gendered Perspective -- II. Gendering Narratives of Border Crossing -- 5. Reading Gender in Border-crossing Narratives -- 6. Taking Sides: Power-play on the Welsh Border in Early Twentieth-century Women's Writing -- 7. 'Those Blue Remembered Hills': Gender in Twentieth-century Welsh Border Writing by Men -- III. Gender and the Drawing of Internal Borders -- 8. Crossing Intimate Borders: Gender, Settler Colonialism and the Home -- 9. Scottishness and Gender History in a Cross-border/International Context: Reinventing the Border? -- 10. Sexual/Cultural Hybridity in the 'New' South Africa: Emergent Sites of Transnational Queer Politics -- 11. The Construction and Negotiation of Racialized Borders in Cardiff Docklands -- IV. Teaching Gendered Borders -- 12. Locating the 'Border' in Gender: Creating Coherence in Border Pedagogy -- Index -- Back Cover
Gender (defined as the knowledge about perceived distinctions between the sexes) is an important signifier of borders as constructed and contested lines of differences. This book explores this new interdisciplinary field and develops it further
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Aaron, Jane Gendering Border Studies Cardiff : University of Wales Press,c2010 9780708321706
Subject Boundaries -- Social aspects.;Boundaries.;Culture diffusion.;Gender identity
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Alt Author Altink, Henrice
Weedon, Chris
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