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ジェンダー研究・女性史・家族史

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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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Boittin, Margaret L., The Regulation of Prostitution in China: Law in the Everyday Lives of Sex Workers, Police Officers, and Public Health Officials. (Cambridge Studies in Law and Society) 444 pp. 2024:7 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <716-597>
ISBN 978-1-107-17922-6 hard ¥29,452.- (税込) GB£ 105.00

In this compelling book, Margaret L. Boittin delves into the complex world of prostitution in China and how it shapes the lives of those involved in it. Through in-depth fieldwork, Boittin provides a fascinating case study of the role of law in everyday life and its impact on female sex workers, street-level police officers, and frontline public health officials. The book offers a unique perspective on the dynamics between society and the state, revealing how the laws that govern sex work affect those on the frontlines. With clear and accessible prose, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in law, state-society relations, China, and sex work.

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Hossein, Caroline Shenaz, The Banker Ladies: Vanguards of Solidarity Economics and Community-Based Banks. 288 pp. 2024:5 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-352>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5703-4 paper ¥8,168.- (税込) US$ 36.95

All over the world, Black and racialized women engage in the solidarity economy through what is known as mutual aid financing. Formally referred to as rotating savings and credit associations (ROSCAs), these institutions are purposefully informal to support the women's livelihoods and social needs and act to reject tiered forms of neoliberal development. The Banker Ladies - a term coined by women in the Black diaspora - are individuals that voluntarily organize ROSCAs for self-sufficiency and are intentional in their politicized economic cooperation to counter business exclusion. Caroline Shenaz Hossein reveals how Black women redefine the banking cooperative sector to be inclusive of informal institutions that are democratic and focused on group consensus, and which build an activist form of economic cooperation that is intent on making social profitability the norm. The book examines the ways in which diasporic Black women who organize mutual aid receive little to no attention. Unapologetically biased towards a group of women who have been purposely sidelined and put down for what they do, The Banker Ladies highlights how, in order to educate oneself about their contributions to politics and economics, it is imperative to listen to the voices of hundreds of Black women in charge of financial services for their communities.

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Rocha Lawton, Natalia / Forson, Cynthia (eds.), Women and the Energy Sector: Gender Inequality and Sustainability in Production and Consumption. 396 pp. 2024:2 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-374>
ISBN 978-3-031-43090-9 hard ¥38,012.- (税込) EUR 159.99

This book explores the relationship between gender inequality and the energy business, examining how gender relates to the process of producing energy, the management of energy companies, and the consumption of energy in the public and private sphere. Drawing on a wide range of examples, from Africa, South Asia, Latin America and Europe, it examines how clean energy targets can transform the experience of women in the workplace, creating new opportunities and challenges. This book knits together a variety of voices probing continuing and emerging gender inequality in energy, from a number of perspectives, geography, energy dimensions, environment, socio-political and economic contexts. Its multidimensional approach provides a textured analysis of women's experiences in the energy landscape, and proffers solutions for addressing the universality, yet contextually disparate impacts, of patriarchy and its intersections with another strands of inequality. It will be of great interest to academics studying energy capitalism, energy production, consumption, public policy and gender studies, as well as those practitioners and policymakers in the energy industry and relating to gender and equality in the workplace.

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ポスト工業化社会における女性の雇用と出産
Dinale, Daniel, Women's Employment and Childbearing in Post-Industrialized Societies: The Fertility Paradox. 253 pp. 2023:12 (Springer, GW) <716-394>
ISBN 978-3-031-46097-5 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99 *

This book discusses the relationship between women's labour force participation and fertility rates in developed nations. It shows a positive relationship between women's workforce participation and childbirth. It theorises a new approach to explaining this 'fertility paradox' that looks at institutional factors influencing gender equality in developed nations. The book analyses a range of institutional variables that impact the positive relationship between female employment and fertility rates, including labour market institutions, social policies and welfare state institutions (family policies, active labour market programs and public sector employment) as well as household gender dynamics. Written for both academics and policy-makers, this book has theoretical relevance for research on gender and work, and also for policies aimed at increasing women's employment and redressing low fertility, which are important issues in many developed nations.

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Houck, Judith A., Looking through the Speculum: Examining the Women's Health Movement. 384 pp. 2024:1 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-427>
ISBN 978-0-226-83084-1 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83086-5 paper ¥7,738.- (税込) US$ 35.00 *

Highlights local history to tell a national story about the evolution of the women's health movement, illuminating the struggles and successes of bringing feminist dreams into clinical spaces. The women's health movement in the United States, beginning in 1969 and taking hold in the 1970s, was a broad-based movement seeking to increase women's bodily knowledge, reproductive control, and well-being. It was a political movement that insisted that bodily autonomy provided the key to women's liberation. It was also an institution-building movement that sought to transform women's relationships with medicine; it was dedicated to increasing women's access to affordable health care without the barriers of homophobia, racism, and sexism. But the movement did not only focus on women's bodies. It also encouraged activists to reimagine their relationships with one another, to develop their relationships in the name of personal and political change, and, eventually, to discover and confront the limitations of the bonds of womanhood. This book examines historically the emergence, development, travails, and triumphs of the women's health movement in the United States. By bringing medical history and the history of women's bodies into our emerging understandings of second-wave feminism, the author sheds light on the understudied efforts to shape health care and reproductive control beyond the hospital and the doctor's office-in the home, the women's center, the church basement, the bookshop, and the clinic. Lesbians, straight women, and women of color all play crucial roles in this history. At its center are the politics, institutions, and relationships created by and within the women's health movement, depicted primarily from the perspective of the activists who shaped its priorities, fought its battles, and grappled with its shortcomings.

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Toto, Piero, Queering Sexual Health Translation Pedagogy. (Elements in Language, Gender and Sexuality) 66 pp. 2024:1 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <716-435>
ISBN 978-1-00-946783-4 hard ¥14,021.- (税込) GB£ 49.99
ISBN 978-1-00-922098-9 paper ¥4,768.- (税込) GB£ 17.00

Sexual health campaigns to tackle the rise in sexually transmitted infections in England are at the core of sexual health charities' and grassroots organizations' work. Some of them collaborated with the author's translation students to produce inclusive translations of their sexual health content (website and multimedia content). The role of translation and localization within multicultural contexts can be seen as 'social activism' promoting sexual health and community engagement, with a view to providing wider healthcare access and information using inclusive language. This Element presents students' approaches to sexual health translation, using language as a vessel for change and striking a balance between clients' expectations, translation industry best practices, and socio-educational needs. The data analysis of the students' experiences will make the case for wider embedding of queer pedagogy approaches into the translation curriculum.

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Armstrong, Mary A. / Averett, Susan L., Disparate Measures: The Intersectional Economics of Women in STEM Work. 376 pp. 2024:3 (MIT Pr., US) <716-277>
ISBN 978-0-262-04886-6 hard ¥13,266.- (税込) US$ 60.00 *

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Hsu, Stephanie / Tse, Ka-Man (eds.), My Race Is My Gender: Portraits of Nonbinary People of Color. (Q+ Public) 146 pp. 2024:8 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1734>
ISBN 978-1-9788-2395-2 hard ¥13,253.- (税込) US$ 59.95
ISBN 978-1-9788-2394-5 paper ¥5,515.- (税込) US$ 24.95

Genderqueer and nonbinary people of color often experience increased marginalization, belonging to an ethnic group that seldom recognizes their gender identity and a queer community that subscribes to white norms. Yet for this very reason, they have a lot to teach about how racial, sexual, and gender identities intersect. Their experiences of challenging social boundaries demonstrate how queer communities can become more inclusive and how the recognition of nonbinary genders can be an anti-racist practice. My Race is My Gender is the first anthology by nonbinary writers of color to include photography and visual portraits, centering their everyday experiences of negotiating intersectional identities. While informed by queer theory and critical race theory, the authors share their personal stories in accessible language. Bringing together Black, Indigenous, Latine, and Asian perspectives, its six contributors present an intergenerational look at what it means to belong to marginalized queer communities in the U.S. and feel solidarity with a global majority at the same time. They also provide useful insights into how genderqueer and nonbinary activism can both energize and be fueled by such racial justice movements as Black Lives Matter.

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Williams, Hettie V., The Georgia of the North: Black Women and the Civil Rights Movement in New Jersey. (Ceres: Rutgers Studies in History) 220 pp. 2024:4 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1763>
ISBN 978-1-9788-1943-6 hard ¥33,165.- (税込) US$ 150.00
ISBN 978-1-9788-1939-9 paper ¥8,389.- (税込) US$ 37.95

The Georgia of the North is a historical narrative about Black women and the long civil rights movement in New Jersey from the Great Migration to 1954. Specifically, the critical role played by Black women in forging interracial, cross-class, and cross-gender alliances at the local and national level and their role in securing the passage of progressive civil rights legislation in the Garden State is at the core of this book. This narrative is largely defined by a central question: How and why did New Jersey's Black leaders, community members, and women in particular, affect major civil rights legislation, legal equality, and integration a decade before the Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas decision? In this analysis, the history of the early Black freedom struggle in New Jersey is predicated on the argument that the Civil Rights Movement began in New Jersey, and that Black women were central actors in this struggle.

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Abman, Zamira, Coerced Liberation: Muslim Women in Soviet Tajikistan. 232 pp. 2024:6 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1768>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5318-0 paper ¥8,290.- (税込) US$ 37.50

In 1924, the Bolshevik regime began an unprecedented campaign to forcibly emancipate the Muslim women of Tajikistan. The emancipatory reforms included unveiling women, passing progressive family code laws, and educating women. By the 1950s, the Soviet regime largely succeeded in putting an end to veiling, child marriage, polygamy, and bride payments. Yet today there is a resurgence in these practices the Bolsheviks claimed to have eliminated. Coerced Liberation reveals that the Soviet regime transformed the lives of urban women within a single generation but without lasting effect. Drawing on unique primary sources, the book examines why this occurred. It addresses questions that are pertinent to ongoing debates in the international arena: What happens when an outside force attempts to modernize a society deeply rooted in centuries of patriarchal norms and values? In what ways can a devout religious rural community respond to, survive, and adapt to such interventions? And how does a state-centred, top-down approach towards women's emancipation work? Coerced Liberation presents critical insights for readers interested in gender dynamics within Muslim communities, the roles of women in Islam, the resurgence of Islam in former colonial territories, the effectiveness of a top-down approach towards women's movements, and more.

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Adams, Tracy, Queens, Regents, Mistresses: Reflections on Extracting Elite Women's Stories from Medieval and Early Modern French Narrative Sources. (Medieval Interventions. New Light on Traditional Thinking 9) 238 pp. 2023:10 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-1769>
ISBN 978-1-4331-9371-2 hard ¥23,823.- (税込) SFR 98.00

This book is a series of case studies reflecting on narrative primary source representations of queens, regents, and royal mistresses in medieval and early modern France. Examining stories of famous women, including Isabeau of Bavaria, Valentina Visconti, Agnes Sorel, Diane de Poitiers, Eleanor of Austria, and even Anne Boleyn, who spent her formative years at the French court, author Tracy Adams takes unprovable or false anecdotes as a point of departure and follows them back to their primary sources. When readers open a work of history, they have the right to assume that what they find on the pages is "historically true," in other words, that it accords with primary sources. And yet scholars studying women of the medieval and early modern periods know all too well how often unprovable or even false anecdotes, frequently scandalous or misogynistic, pass for true. Typically deriving from secondary sources that themselves rely on secondary sources, these anecdotes are passed along in a self-reflexive feedback loop. The central argument of Queens, Regents, Mistresses is that, taken on their own, primary sources cannot be used as straightforward vehicles of truth. Each of Adams’ case studies therefore lays out the process of engaging with these sources. Revised interpretations leave readers with new perspectives on these famous women, and also the bibliographical information necessary to turn to the primary sources for themselves.

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初期アメリカにおけるクイアのマスキュリニティ
Bascom, Ben, Feeling Singular: Queer Masculinities in the Early United States. 264 pp. 2024:5 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <716-1773>
ISBN 978-0-19-768750-5 hard ¥19,899.- (税込) US$ 90.00

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Bolufer, Monica / Guinot-Ferri, Laura / Blutrach, C. (eds.), Gender and Cultural Mediation in the Long Eighteenth Century: Women across Borders. (New Transculturalisms, 1400-1800) 354 pp. 2024:2 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1776>
ISBN 978-3-031-46938-1 hard ¥11,876.- (税込) EUR 49.99

This open access book explores the transnational and transoceanic dimensions of the debate on gender and women's cultural agency and mediation in the long eighteenth century. It aims to decenter perspectives on traditional Enlightenment geographies, by emphasizing cultural transfers between Southern Europe and the rest of Europe, as well as with the Americas; by focusing on a variety of cultural mediators-women authors, female (and male) translators, readers, travelers, and disseminators; and by examining diverse written and visual sources-from correspondence, travel narratives, and philosophical essays, to novels, opera, portraits.

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Brown, Stephanie J., Watching Women: Militant Suffragists Write the British Surveillance State, 1905-1924. 464 pp. 2024:8 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1777>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5564-1 hard ¥19,899.- (税込) US$ 90.00

Historians of the early twentieth century often focus on the surveillance of anarchist, communist, and anti-colonial movements, overlooking the resource-intensive policing of the women's suffrage movement as a significant expansion of the state's surveillance activities. Bridging that gap in the historical record, Watching Women draws on recently declassified Home Office documents to present a fuller picture of the British domestic surveillance practices. The book maps the history of state surveillance of the British women's suffrage movement and its leaders, explaining how militant activists used various forms of writing - novels, short stories, journalism, and memoirs - to represent and resist state surveillance. These genres in the book enable specific, strategic responses to the state's repression of suffrage militancy. The book explores the aftermath of suffrage surveillance by tracing the diverging activist careers of two prominent suffragettes, Sylvia Pankhurst and Mary Allen, during and after World War I, as they continued their engagement with the state's surveillance apparatuses. In doing so, Watching Women illuminates histories of the suffrage campaign through women's experiences of navigating surveillance.

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Chapman, Rachel, Gender Expansion in Early Childhood Education: Building and Supporting Pro-Diversity Spaces. 191 pp. 2024:1 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1779>
ISBN 978-3-031-46797-4 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book explores the contexts for gender identity development in early childhood education, examining how early childhood educators' views on children's gender identity influence their practice in Australia. The author utilizes feminist post-structuralism, queer theory and performativity as theoretical approaches, and feminist post-structuralist discourse and thematic analyses. The book captures the voices of educators and developers of curriculum documents to explore how gender expansive environments can be created when such environments are socially and politically contentious. It then identifies discourses that enable and constrain the building of pro-diversity spaces and contexts in early childhood education, while considering how to disrupt normative notions of gender and promote the deployment of discursive agency.

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D'Ignazio, Catherine, Counting Feminicide: Data Feminism in Action. 392 pp. 2024:4 (MIT Pr., US) <716-1781>
ISBN 978-0-262-04887-3 hard ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

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Ersoez, Goezde / Kantar, Goekmen / Yenilmez, M. I. (eds.), Reconstructing Feminism through Cyberfeminism. (Studies in Critical Social Sciences 275) 255 pp. 2024:1 (Brill, NE) <716-1784>
ISBN 978-90-04-69085-1 hard ¥33,976.- (税込) EUR 143.00

This book investigates how digitalization has affected entrepreneurship, labour markets, financial markets, and women's empowerment, underlining the opportunity it presents for a more inclusive and equal society. It explores how technology changes and creates gender, and the transformational potential it has for questioning conventional concepts of gender, drawing on the theories and critiques of cyberfeminism. The contributors discuss how women's agency and power in establishing emancipated cyberspaces are critically impacted by cyberfeminist conceptions of technical growth. Therefore, the volume sheds light on how technology may be a tool for women's empowerment and emancipation as well as how it might sustain current power imbalances and gender inequities by exploring cyberfeminism. The nexus of gender and technology is explored in depth by examining the connections between gendered, classed, and digital activities. In addition, this book looks at how technology may either support current power relations or provide disadvantaged people with a chance to question and disrupt them. Contributors are: Yarkin Celik, Goezde Ersoez, Oktay Hekimler, Meltem Ince Yenilmez, Ayse Mine Isler, Eyluel Kabakci Guenay, Goekmen Kantar, Miray OEzden, Kuersad OEzkaynar, Fatma Pelin Erel, Mehtap Polat, Sedat Polat, and Gamze Yildiz Seren.

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Foit, Mathias, Queer Urbanisms in Wilhelmine and Weimar Germany: Of Towns and Villages. (Genders and Sexualities in History) 350 pp. 2024:1 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1786>
ISBN 978-3-031-46575-8 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book explores the queer history of the easternmost provinces of the German Reich-regions that used to be German, but which now mostly belong to Poland-in the first third of the twentieth century, a period roughly corresponding to the duration of Germany's first queer movement (1897-1933). While the amount of queer historical studies examining entire towns and cities in the German Reich has grown to an impressive size since the 1990s, most of that research concerns, firstly, the usual, large metropoles such as Berlin, Hamburg or Cologne, and, secondly, municipalities located in Germany 'proper'; that is, within its modern borders, not those of the German state in the first half of the twentieth century. Smaller cities (not to mention rural areas) in particular have received very little scholarly attention. This book is therefore one of the first to examine queer history-that of spaces, culture, sociability and political groups specifically-from this geographical perspective.

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Folse, Mark Ryland, The Globe and Anchor Men: U.S. Marines and American Manhood in the Great War Era. (Modern War Studies) 416 pp. 2024:3 (U. Pr. Kansas, US) <716-1787>
ISBN 978-0-7006-3625-9 hard ¥13,253.- (税込) US$ 59.95

Throughout the World War I era, the United States Marine Corps' efforts to promote their culture of manliness directed attention away from the dangers of war and military life and towards its potential benefits. As a military institution that valued physical, mental, and moral strength, the Marines created an alluring image for young men seeking a rite of passage into manhood. Within this context, the potential for danger and death only enhanced the appeal.Mark Ryland Folse's The Globe and Anchor Men offers the first in-depth history of masculinity in the Marine Corps during the World War I era. White manhood and manliness constituted the lens through which the Marines of this period saw themselves, how they wanted the public to see them, and what they believed they contributed to society. Their highly gendered culture helped foster positive public relations, allowing Marines to successfully promote the potential benefits of becoming a Marine over the costs, even in times of war.By examining how the Marine Corps' culture, public image, and esteem within U.S. society evolved, Folse demonstrates that the American people measured the Marines' usefulness not only in terms of military readiness but also according to standards of manliness set by popular culture and by Marines themselves. The Marines claimed to recruit the finest specimens of American manhood and make them even better: strong, brave, and morally upright. They claimed the Marine would be a man with a wealth of travel and experience behind him. He would be a proud and worthy citizen who had earned respect through his years of service, training, and struggle in the Marine Corps. Becoming a Marine benefited the man, and the new Marine benefited the nation. As men became manlier, the country did, too.

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Grout, Holly, Playing Cleopatra: Inventing the Female Celebrity in Third Republic France. 248 pp. 2024:2 (Louisiana State U. Pr., US) <716-1790>
ISBN 978-0-8071-8178-2 hard ¥11,055.- (税込) US$ 50.00

Questions about the meaning of womanhood and femininity loomed large in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century French culture. In Playing Cleopatra, Holly Grout uses the theater-specifically, Parisian stage performances of the Egyptian queen Cleopatra by Sarah Bernhardt, Colette, and Josephine Baker-to explore these cultural and political debates. How and why did portrayals of Cleopatra influence French attitudes regarding race, sexuality, and gender? To what extent did Bernhardt, Colette, and Baker manipulate the image of Cleopatra to challenge social norms and to generate new models of womanhood? Why was Cleopatra-an ancient, mythologized queen-the chosen vehicle for these spectacular expressions of modern womanhood? In the context of late nineteenth-century Egyptomania, Cleopatra's eroticized image-as well as her controversial legacy of female empowerment-resonated in new ways with a French public engaged in reassessing feminine sexuality, racialized beauty, and national identity. By playing Cleopatra, Bernhardt, Colette, and Baker did more than personify a character; they embodied the myriad ways in which celebrity was racialized, gendered, and commoditized, and they generated a model of female stardom that set the stage for twentieth-century celebrity long before the Hollywood machine's mass manufacture of "stars." At the same time, these women engaged with broader debates regarding the meaning of womanhood, celebrity, and Frenchness in the tumultuous decades before World War II.Drawing on plays, periodicals, autobiographies, personal letters, memoirs, novels, works of art, and legislation, Playing Cleopatra contributes to a growing body of literature that examines how individuals subverted the prevailing gender norms that governed relations between the sexes in liberal democratic regimes. By offering employment, visibility, and notoriety, the theater provided an especially empowering world for women, in which the roles they played both reflected and challenged contemporary cultural currents. Through the various iterations in which Bernhardt, Colette, and Baker played Cleopatra, they not only resurrected an ancient queen but also appropriated her mystique to construct new narratives of womanhood.

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Haerdle, Stephanie, Juice: A History of Female Ejaculation. Tr. by E. Lauffer. 256 pp. 2024:4 (MIT Pr., US) <716-1792>
ISBN 978-0-262-04851-4 hard ¥6,178.- (税込) US$ 27.95 *

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Herve, Florence (Hrsg.), Ihr wisst nicht, wo mein Mut endet: Europaeische Frauen im Widerstand gegen Faschismus und Krieg. (Neue Kleine Bibliothek 334) 300 S. 2024:3 (PapyRossa, GW) <716-1793>
ISBN 978-3-89438-821-8 paper ¥5,440.- (税込) EUR 22.90

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Hajkova, Anna, Menschen ohne Geschichte sind Staub: Queeres Verlangen im Holocaust. (Hirschfeld-Lectures 14) 128 S. 2024:5 (Wallstein Vlg., GW) <716-1798>
ISBN 978-3-8353-5641-2 hard ¥4,276.- (税込) EUR 18.00

Eine Untersuchung, die fuer das Erinnern an queere juedische Opfer waehrend des Holocausts und fuer ein Ende der Stigmatisierung eintritt. Queere Geschichte des Holocaust, also die Frage nach gleichgeschlechtlichem Verlangen unter den Holocaustopfern, ist bis in die heutigen Tage eine Leerstelle geblieben. Dies liegt an einer weitreichenden Homophobie der Haeftlingsgesellschaft in KZs und Ghettos, was dazu fuehrte, dass die Stimmen dieser Menschen weitgehend aus den Archiven getilgt sind. Anna Hajkovas Text baut auf bestehender Forschung zu Homophobie auf und macht den Versuch, die Geschichte dieser ausradierten Menschen zu schreiben. Die Untersuchung ist dabei gleichzeitig eine Geschichte der Sexualitaet des Holocaust und nimmt in Augenschein, dass die Beziehungen im Lager mitunter ausbeuterisch und gewaltsam waren, wobei die Uebergaenge fliessend waren. Hajkova setzt sich mit einigen besonderen Faellen von Jugendlichen (unter anderem Anne Frank) und Erwachsenen auseinander, es geht um romantische, erzwungene und abhaengige Beziehungen, um romantische Sexualitaet und sexuellen Tauschhandel. Sie zeigt die Gleichzeitigkeit von queerer und Hetero-Sexualitaet und argumentiert, dass wir von einem ausschliesslichen Konzept der sexueller Identitaet Abschied nehmen und von Akten und Praktiken sprechen muessen, um das Verhalten der Opfer verstehen zu koennen.

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Jensen, Kimberly, Oregon's Others: Gender, Civil Liberties, and the Surveillance State in the Early Twentieth Century. (Emil and Kathleen Sick Book Series in Western History and Biography) 320 pp. 2024:6 (U. Washington Pr., US) <716-1799>
ISBN 978-0-295-75257-0 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-0-295-75258-7 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

In the era of the First World War and its aftermath, the quest to identify, restrict, and punish internal enemy "others," combined with eugenic thinking, severely curtailed civil liberties for many people in Oregon and the nation. In Oregon's Others, Kimberly Jensen analyzes the processes that shaped the growing surveillance state of the era and the compelling personal stories that tell its history. The exclusionary and invasive practices ranged from multiple wartime registrations for women and the registration of "enemy aliens" to the incarceration of women with sexually transmitted diseases, the use of deportations, and forced sterilization at the Oregon State Hospital and other institutions. But some Oregonians resisted the restrictions and challenges to their civil liberties. Their fierce determination to maintain their rights and freedoms fueled movements for human rights, social justice, and dissent that still reverberate today.Comprehensive and compelling, Oregon's Others examines the collision of civil liberties and persecution through the lens of gender, gender identity and presentation, ability, race, ethnicity, and class.

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Kunzel, Regina, In the Shadow of Diagnosis: Psychiatric Power and Queer Life. 232 pp. 2024:4 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1803>
ISBN 978-0-226-83019-3 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83185-5 paper ¥6,079.- (税込) US$ 27.50 *

A look at the history of psychiatry's foundational impact on the lives of queer and gender-variant people. In the mid-twentieth century, American psychiatrists proclaimed homosexuality a mental disorder, one that was treatable and amenable to cure. Drawing on a collection of previously unexamined case files from St. Elizabeths Hospital, In the Shadow of Diagnosis explores the encounter between psychiatry and queer and gender-variant people in the mid- to late-twentieth-century United States. It examines psychiatrists' investments in understanding homosexuality as a dire psychiatric condition, a judgment that garnered them tremendous power and authority at a time that historians have characterized as psychiatry's "golden age." That stigmatizing diagnosis made a deep and lasting impact, too, on queer people, shaping gay life and politics in indelible ways. In the Shadow of Diagnosis helps us understand the adhesive and ongoing connection between queerness and sickness.

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Miller, Carman, The Black Box: Lady Bessie Borden's Family, 1863-1956. 352 pp. 2024:8 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1806>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5194-0 hard ¥21,004.- (税込) US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-5196-4 paper ¥8,831.- (税込) US$ 39.95

In a remarkable tale of tragedy, war, family conflict, and imperial diplomacy, The Black Box presents a collective biography of four generations of women in an elite Nova Scotia family during the late-nineteenth to mid-twentieth century. These intelligent, educated, artistic women were pragmatic and autonomous persons who contributed to the development, maintenance, defence, and management of the Borden family's material resources. Illustrating the changing nature of the time, the book explores the adventurous and curious lives of women who moved at the highest levels of society. It examines how the synergies of their private and public lives redefined their place in society during an era when the state and religion became more active and private lives more public. It also demonstrates the role and importance of the material components of social power, such as dress, residence, clubs, and travel. Drawing on archival material retained by the family, the book reveals how the Borden family defined, secured, and sustained its status in society. The Black Box is a unique record of an elite family's response to the changing political economy of imperial Canada.

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ウィーンにおける新しい女性らしさ 1894~1934年
Motyl, Katya, Embodied Histories: New Womanhood in Vienna, 1894-1934. 304 pp. 2024:4 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1807>
ISBN 978-0-226-83214-2 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83216-6 paper ¥7,738.- (税込) US$ 35.00 *

Explores the emergence of a new womanhood in turn-of-the-century Vienna. In Embodied Histories, historian Katya Motyl explores the everyday acts of defiance that formed the basis for new, unconventional forms of womanhood in early twentieth-century Vienna. The figures Motyl brings back to life defied gender conformity, dressed in new ways, behaved brashly, and expressed themselves freely, overturning assumptions about what it meant to exist as a woman. Motyl delves into how these women inhabited and reshaped the urban landscape of Vienna, an increasingly modern, cosmopolitan city. Specifically, she focuses on the ways that easily overlooked quotidian practices such as loitering outside cafes and wandering through city streets helped create novel conceptions of gender. Exploring the emergence of a new womanhood, Embodied Histories presents a new account of how gender, the body, and the city merge with and transform each other, showing how our modes of being are radically intertwined with the spaces we inhabit.

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Pretsell, Douglas, Urning: Queer Identity in the German Nineteenth Century. 296 pp. 2024:6 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1808>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5560-3 hard ¥19,899.- (税込) US$ 90.00 *

In 1864, the German jurist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs coined the term "urning" as a word for same-sex attracted men. Over the next few years, first anonymously and then publicly, he campaigned against the public persecution of these men. In response, some of his readers took on the urning terminology for themselves and engaged with Ulrichs to negotiate the finer points of their new identities. In Urning, Douglas Pretsell writes of same-sex attracted men in German-speaking Europe who used the neologism "urning" as a personal identity in the late nineteenth century. This was in the period before other terms such as "homosexual" gained currency. Drawing on letters, memoirs, and psychiatric case studies, the book uses first-hand autobiographical accounts to map out the contours of urning society. Urning further explores individual accounts of some urnings who attempted their own forms of activism to transform the world around them , even though they had no formal organization. As the century drew to a close, the efforts of Ulrichs and his urning followers paved the way for the launch of the world's first homosexual rights organization. Urning argues that the men who called themselves urnings were self-identified, self-constructed agents of their own destinies.

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Rusterholz, Caroline, Responsible Pleasure: The Brook Advisory Centres and Youth Sexuality in Postwar Britain. 288 pp. 2024:4 (Oxford U. Pr., UK) <716-1812>
ISBN 978-0-19-286627-1 hard ¥8,415.- (税込) GB£ 30.00

This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International licence. It is free to read on the Oxford Academic platform and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations. The period between the 1960s and the 1990s has traditionally been associated with sexual liberation and a growing sense of permissiveness in Britain, during which cultural and social norms of young people's sexuality went through a dramatic shift. Using the Brook Advisory Centre (Brook) as a case study, Responsible Pleasure examines how and why this occurred, providing a socio-cultural history of youth sexuality in Britain over these three decades. It focuses on Brook as a pioneering sexual health charity operating on the cusp of voluntary and state-financed sectors. From the opening of its first centre in London, followed by other centres including Birmingham (1966), Cambridge (1966), Bristol (1968), and Edinburgh (1968), to the present day, Brook has been a major provider of contraceptive advice and sexual counselling to unmarried people and teenagers. It pioneered an initiative that would form the primary model for the provision of advice on contraception for teenagers in Britain and remains a key player in sexual health services today. Although Brook has provoked fierce opposition and triggered recurrent public debates on teenage sexuality, little is known of its history. As a non-governmental organisation with deep connections to the Family Planning Association (FPA) and the National Health Service (NHS), Brook offers a fascinating case study for exploring the relationship between changing sexual cultures, sexual politics, and young people's sexual experiences, intimacy, and subjectivities. Drawing on a wide range of archived and published materials, as well as oral history interviews conducted by the author, this book provides a substantial and original contribution to scholarship on the forging of the modern sexual subject.

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Subramaniam, Banu, Botany of Empire: Plant Worlds and the Scientific Legacies of Colonialism. (Feminist Technosciences) 288 pp. 2024:4 (U. Washington Pr., US) <716-1814>
ISBN 978-0-295-75245-7 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-0-295-75246-4 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

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Young, Neil J., Coming Out Republican: A History of the Gay Right. 400 pp. 2024:4 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1821>
ISBN 978-0-226-81805-4 hard ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

A revelatory and comprehensive history of the gay Right from incisive political commentator Neil J. Young.? One of the most maligned, misunderstood, and even mocked constituencies in American politics, gay Republicans regularly face condemnation from both the LGBTQ+ community and their own political party. Yet they've been active and influential for decades. Gay conservatives were instrumental, for example, in ending "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and securing the legalization of same-sex marriage-but they also helped lay the groundwork for the rise of Donald Trump. In Coming Out Republican, political historian and commentator Neil J. Young provides the first comprehensive history of the gay Right. From the 1950s up to the present day, Young excavates the multifarious origins, motivations, and evolutions of LGBTQ+ people who found their way to the institutions and networks of modern conservatism. Many on the gay Right have championed conservative values-like free markets, a strong national defense, and individual liberty-and believed that the Republican Party therefore offered LGBTQ+ people the best pathway to freedom. Meanwhile, that same party has actively and repeatedly demonized them. With his precise and provocative voice, Young details the complicated dynamics of being in-and yet never fully accepted into-the Republican Party.Coming Out Republican provides striking insight into who LGBTQ+ conservatives are, what they want, and why many of them continue to align with a party whose rank and file largely seem to hate them. As the Republican Party renews its assaults on LGBTQ+ rights, understanding the significant history of the gay Right has never been more critical.

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Zapfe, Laura, The Effect of Education System and School Characteristics on the Gender Gap in Competencies: An International Comparison. 196 pp. 2023:12 (Springer VS, GW) <716-1822>
ISBN 978-3-658-43322-2 paper ¥19,004.- (税込) EUR 79.99

Laura Zapfe's aim is to explain how education system and school characteristics affect the gender gap in mathematics and reading competencies. She adapts the macro-meso-micro model. At the micro level, she uses theories, e.g., gender-specific socialization, highlighting how gender-specific expectations and stereotypes cause gendered interest and skills and therefore gender differences in mathematics and reading. Deriving a macro-meso-micro link, she explains how education system characteristics such as competition, differentiation, and standardization, and school characteristics could increase or decrease the gender-specific socialization effects, leading to larger or smaller gender gaps in mathematics and reading competencies. On this basis, she performs a cross-national comparison of 78 countries participating in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018, combined with further researched macro data with three-level mixed-effects models. The results show that boys have an advantage in mathematics, girls have an advantage in reading, the gender effects are slightly higher for reading, and the gender effects at the school level are more pronounced than those at the country level.

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Menin, Laura, Quest for Love in Central Morocco: Young Women and the Dynamics of Intimate Lives. (Gender, Culture, and Politics in the Middle East) 280 pp. 2024:4 (Syracuse U. Pr., US) <716-1400>
ISBN 978-0-8156-3829-2 hard ¥21,004.- (税込) US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-0-8156-3830-8 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95 *

Following the 2011 wave of revolutions and protest in North Africa and the Middle East, new discussions of individual freedoms have emerged in the Moroccan public sphere and human rights discourses. Public opinion rallied around the removal of an article in the Moroccan penal code that punished sexual relationships outside of marriage. As debates about personal and sexual freedom move to the forefront of society, love and intimacy remain complex issues. Moving between public and clandestine interactions and within online environments, Quest for Love in Central Morocco explores the creative ways young women navigate desire and morality. Menin's ethnography focuses on young women whose lives unfold in the low-income and lower-middle-class neighborhoods of a midsized town in Central Morocco, far from the overt influence of city life. In a way, they form a new generation whose experiences as more educated, economically mobile, and digitally connected individuals vary with those of their mothers and generations of women before them.At the heart of the book, Menin draws upon ideas of "love" as an ethnographic object and source of theoretical examination to show how love is shaped just as much through complex cultural and historical phenomena as through intersecting socioeconomic and political developments. At once, Menin is challenging stereotypes that frame Muslim cultures as too rigid to allow freedom of choice and romantic love while she is bridging the divide between romantic love and discussions of sexuality. Love becomes the metric by which young women approach romantic experiences and also shape their subjectivities around methods of intimate exchange.

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アフリカの男性とマスキュリニティ・ハンドブック
Chitando, Ezra / Mlambo, O. B. / Mfecane, S. et al. (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of African Men and Masculinities. 967 pp. 2024:3 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1423>
ISBN 978-3-031-49166-5 hard ¥47,516.- (税込) EUR 199.99

This handbook provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary overview of key theoretical and analytical approaches, topics and debates in contemporary scholarship on African masculinities. Refusing to privilege Western theoretical constructs (but remaining in dialogue with them), contributors explore the contestations around and diversities within men, masculinities and sexualities in Africa; investigate individual and collective practices of masculinity; and interrogate the social construction of masculinities. Bringing together insights from scholars across gender studies, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, history, literature and religion, this book demonstrates how recognizing and upholding the integrity of African phenomena, locating and reflecting on men and masculinities in varied African contexts and drawing new theoretical frameworks all combine to take the discourse on men and masculinities in Africa forward. Chapters examine a range of issues within the context of masculinities, including embodiment, sport, violence, militarism, spirituality, gender roles, fatherhood, homosexuality, health and work. This handbook will be valuable reading for scholars, researchers, and policymakers in Masculinity Studies, and more broadly Gender Studies, as well as Africana Studies.

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Battin, Margaret Pabst, Sex and the Planet: What Opt-In Reproduction Could Do for the Globe. (Basic Bioethics) 240 pp. 2024:5 (MIT Pr., US) <716-144>
ISBN 978-0-262-54798-7 paper ¥7,738.- (税込) US$ 35.00

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Fernandez-Galeano, Javier, Maricas: Queer Cultures and State Violence in Argentina and Spain, 1942-1982. (Engendering Latin America) 322 pp. 2024:6 (U. Nebraska Pr., US) <716-1458>
ISBN 978-1-4962-3497-1 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-1-4962-3955-6 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

In Maricas Javier Fernandez-Galeano traces the erotic lives and legal battles of Argentine and Spanish gender- and sexually nonconforming people who carved out their own spaces in metropolitan and rural cultures between the 1940s and the 1980s. In both countries, agents of the state, judiciary, and medical communities employed "social danger" theory to measure individuals' latent criminality, conflating sexual and gender nonconformity with legal transgression. Argentine and Spanish queer and trans communities rejected this mode of external categorization. Drawing on Catholicism and camp cultures that stretched across the Atlantic, these communities constructed alternative models of identification that remediated state repression and sexual violence through the pursuit of the sublime, be it erotic, religious, or cultural. In this pursuit they drew ideological and iconographic material from the very institutions that were most antagonistic to their existence, including the Catholic Church, the military, and reactionary mass media. Maricas incorporates non-elite actors, including working-class and rural populations, recruits, prisoners, folk music fans, and defendants' mothers, among others. The first English-language monograph on the history of twentieth-century state policies and queer cultures in Argentina and Spain, Maricas demonstrates the many ways queer communities and individuals in Argentina and Spain fought against violence, rejected pathologization, and contested imposed, denigrating categorization.

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Waldron, Vincent R. / Socha, Thomas (eds.), Communicating Fatherhood: New Directions in Theory, Research, and Education. (Lifespan Communication: Children, Families, and Aging 17) 390 pp. 2023:9 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-1568>
ISBN 978-1-4331-8707-0 hard ¥31,359.- (税込) SFR 129.00
ISBN 978-1-4331-8708-7 paper ¥12,155.- (税込) SFR 50.00

Communicating Fatherhood is the first text to focus squarely on communication by and about fathers. This highly readable collection features an engaging mix of research chapters, personal reflections, and rich qualitative explorations of fatherhood as it is depicted in media, cultural traditions, father support programs, and the often-poignant reports of daughters, sons, spouses, and other family members. The amazing diversity of fatherhood is on display, with chapters exploring the experiences of Native American, African American, and Latino dads and their families. The reader will also hear from stay-at-home dads, nonresidential fathers, dads who are sperm donors, adoptive dads, and fathers who have been challenged by addiction, disability, and toxic versions of masculinity. Although grounded in communication research and theory, Communicating Fatherhood strikes personal and emotional chords that will resonate with student readers and researchers alike. Authors share personal experiences of fatherhood - some heartwarming, and others painful - all of which emphasize the powerful and lifelong influence of "father-speak". The text generates deep insights for readers hoping to be fathers, family members seeking to understand fathers, and researchers studying the role communication has in shaping the many and varied roles played by fathers in families. Committed to tracing the development of fatherhood across the lifespan, Communicating Fatherhood is the perfect text for undergraduate and graduate courses in family communication, personal relationships, lifespan communication, and gender studies. "In this pioneering book Communicating Fatherhood, the editors have assembled an impressive range of scholarly and practitioner voices. The focus on communication and fathers is unparalleled in the current market and makes an outstanding companion to books focusing on maternal communication. Chapters cover essential topics, such as how father ideals have evolved over time, father-offspring bonds, and influences of traditional and emerging media on fatherhood. The book provides an eclectic and multivocal view of fatherhood, examining the experiences of dads who are Black, Latino, Native American, adoptive, working and stay-at-home, nonresidential, gay, recent immigrants, and dads with disabilities." ?Michelle Miller-Day, Professor, Chapman University Author: Constructing Motherhood and Fatherhood Across the Lifespan "Editors Vince Waldron and Tom Socha bring together authors who share research and personal experiences focused on the doing of fatherhood via communication and media, how fathers challenge and change roles and relationships as the lifespan unfolds. Readers will find this book very useful in in their own families and communities." ?Dawn O. Braithwaite, Willa Cather Professor of Communication Studies (Emerita), University of Nebraska-Lincoln Author: "Communication Matters" blog, Psychology Today "Waldron and Socha have compiled an impressive collection of essays exploring fatherhood from scientific, historical, educational, and experiential perspectives. Communicating Fatherhood is a must read for anyone seeking to more fully understand the changing landscape of American families." ?Douglas L. Kelley, Professor of Communication (Emeritus), Arizona State University

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Fuller, Linda K., Female Olympian and Paralympian Athlete Activists: Breaking Records, Glass Ceilings, and Social Codes. 484 pp. 2023:9 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-1577>
ISBN 978-1-4331-9116-9 hard ¥28,685.- (税込) SFR 118.00

Athlete activism by female Olympians and Paralympians is wide-ranging, with a colorful, sometimes contentious, history blending sport and society. Emphasizing the rhetoric of women from around the world in multiple disciplines, Female Olympian and Paralympian Athlete Activists highlights women from 90 countries (including the Refugee Olympic Team). The book is underscored by author Linda Fuller’s developing theory of Gendered Critical Discourse Analysis (GCDA).

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Ratna, Aarti, A Nation of Family and Friends?: Sport and the Leisure Cultures of British Asian Girls and Women. (Critical Issues in Sport and Society) 164 pp. 2024:4 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1580>
ISBN 978-1-9788-3412-5 hard ¥26,532.- (税込) US$ 120.00 *
ISBN 978-1-9788-3411-8 paper ¥6,178.- (税込) US$ 27.95 *

In A Nation of Family and Friends, sociologist Aarti Ratna examines the complex and dynamic relationships between South Asian women and sporting and leisure cultures. Mining autobiographical insights (as a South Asian scholar living in the UK) she links the chapters of this innovative book using the sociological concepts of family and friends, particularly as they relate to an analysis of wider debates about the complexities of race, gender, and the nation. Ratna underscores the importance of studying informal spaces of sport and leisure as friendly, familial, sociable, and political spaces. She simultaneously highlights the role of earlier sociological research in disseminating myths about South Asian women as too physically weak to play competitive sports; culturally passive victims of South Asian cultures and religions; and as sexually exotic women requiring saving through colonial and imperial projects led by white men and women. Ratna also examines two key cultural objects - the popular films "Bend it Like Beckham" and "Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal" - to examine in detail the gendered representation of South Asian soccer players' engagement in amateur and elite levels of the sport. She critiques studies of women's football fandom and sport that fail to acknowledge social differences relating to race, class, age, disability, and sexuality. By linking the social forces (across time and space) that differentially affect their sporting choices and leisure lifestyles, Ratna portrays the women of the South Asian diaspora as active agents in the shaping of their life courses and as skilled navigators of the complexities affecting their own identities. Ultimately Ratna examines the intersections of class, caste, age, generation, gender, and sexuality, to provide a rich and critical exploration of British Asian women's sport and leisure choices, pleasures, and lived realities.

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Garcia, Frank, Clicas: Gender, Sexuality, and Struggle in Latina/o/x Gang Literature and Film. (Latinx: The Future Is Now) 256 pp. 2024:8 (U. Texas Pr., US) <716-1607>
ISBN 978-1-4773-2942-9 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-1-4773-2943-6 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

How Latina/o/x gang literature and film represent women and gay gang members' challenges to gendered, sexual, racial, and class oppression.Clicas examines Latina/o/x literature and film by and/or about gay and women gang members. Through close readings of literature and film, Frank Garcia reimagines the typical narratives describing gang membership and culture, amplifying and complicating critical gang studies in the social sciences and humanities and looking at gangs across racial, ethnic, and national identities. Analyzing how the autobiographical poetry of Ana Castillo presents gang fashion, culture, and violence to the outside world, the effects of women performing female masculinity in the novel Locas, and gay gang members' experiences of community in the documentary Homeboy, Garcia complicates the dialogue regarding hypermasculine gang cultures. He shows how they are accessible not only to straight men but also to women and gay men who can appropriate them in complicated ways, which can be harming and also, at times, emancipating. Reading gang members as (de)colonial agents who contest the power relations, inequalities, oppressions, and hierarchies of the United States, Clicas considers how women and gay gang members resist materially and psychologically within a milieu shaped by the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and class.

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Kahan, Benjamin (ed.), The Cambridge History of Queer American Literature. 750 pp. 2024:6 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <716-1622>
ISBN 978-1-108-84345-4 hard ¥33,660.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Moby-Dick's Ishmael and Queequeg share a bed, Janie in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God imagines her tongue in another woman's mouth. And yet for too long there has not been a volume that provides an account of the breadth and depth of queer American literature. This landmark volume provides the first expansive history of this literature from its inception to the present day, offering a narrative of how American literary studies and sexuality studies became deeply entwined and what they can teach each other. It examines how American literature produces and is in turn woven out of sexualities, gender pluralities, trans-ness, erotic subjectivities, and alternative ways of inhabiting bodily morphology. In so doing, the volume aims to do nothing less than revise the ways in which we understand the whole of American literature. It will be an indispensable resource for scholars, graduate students, and undergraduates.

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Malazita, James, Enacting Platforms: Feminist Technoscience and the Unreal Engine. (Platform Studies) 244 pp. 2024:7 (MIT Pr., US) <716-1630>
ISBN 978-0-262-54824-3 paper ¥8,844.- (税込) US$ 40.00

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Suarez, Juan Antonio, Experimental Film and Queer Materiality. 312 pp. 2024:5 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <716-1648>
ISBN 978-0-19-756699-2 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-0-19-777380-2 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

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Wetta, Frank J. / Novelli, Martin A., Abraham Lincoln and Women in Film: One Hundred Years of Hollywood Mythmaking. (Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions of the American Civil War) 248 pp. 2024:2 (Louisiana State U. Pr., US) <716-1655>
ISBN 978-0-8071-6972-8 hard ¥9,949.- (税込) US$ 45.00 *

Frank J. Wetta and Martin A. Novelli's Abraham Lincoln and Women in Film investigates how depictions of women in Hollywood motion pictures helped forge the myth of Lincoln. Exploring female characters' backstories, the political and cultural climate in which the films appeared, and the contest between the moviemakers' imaginations and the varieties of historical truth, Wetta and Novelli place the women in Lincoln's life at the center of the study, including his mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln; his stepmother, Sarah Bush Lincoln; his lost loves, Ann Rutledge and Mary Owens; and his wife and widow, Mary Todd Lincoln. Later, while inspecting Lincoln's legacy, they focus on the 1930s child actor Shirley Temple and the 1950s movie star Marilyn Monroe, who had a well-publicized fascination with the sixteenth president. Wetta and Novelli's work is the first to deal extensively with the women in Lincoln's life, both those who interacted with him personally and those appearing on screen. It is also among the first works to examine how scholarly and popular biography influenced depictions of Lincoln, especially in film.

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Anderson, Sigrid, Land of Sunshine: Race, Gender, and Regional Development in a California Periodical. 206 pp. 2024:7 (U. Nebraska Pr., US) <716-1661>
ISBN 978-1-4962-2198-8 hard ¥13,266.- (税込) US$ 60.00

Although denied the right to vote, late nineteenth-century women writers engaged in debates over land settlement and expansion through literary texts in regional periodicals. In "Land of Sunshine": Race, Gender, and Regional Development in a California Periodical, Sigrid Anderson uncovers the political fictions of writers Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Mary Austin, Constance Goddard DuBois, Beatriz Bellido de Luna, and Edith Eaton (Sui Sin Far), all of whom were contributors to the Southern California periodical Land of Sunshine. In this magazine, which generally touted the superiority of the West and its white settlers, women authors undercut triumphalist narratives of racial superiority and rapid development by focusing on the stories of hardship experienced by the marginalized communities displaced by white expansion. By telling stories from the points of view of marginalized peoples who had been disempowered in the political sphere and shaping those stories to offer solutions to land settlement questions, these women writers used literature to make a political point. "Land of Sunshine" unpacks the competing visions of Southern California embedded in this periodical while revealing the essential role of magazines in place-making.

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実際にジェンダー平等政策が問題となるとき-フランスにおける比較研究
Engeli, Isabelle / Mazur, Amy G. (eds.), When Gender Equality Policies in Practice Matter: A Comparative Study in France. 248 pp. 2024:3 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-1137>
ISBN 978-3-031-44107-3 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book analyses gender equality policy implementation in France. Presenting seven detailed case studies through a common comparative framework by leading experts on French gender policy, it sheds light on if, how, and under what conditions gender equality policy in practice leads to success, overall gender transformation, and enhanced gender equality in democratic settings. The book contributes to ongoing comparative research that focuses on the post adoption phases of implementation and evaluation and seeks to develop accurate recipes for gender equality policy success. It will appeal to all those interested in gender studies, comparative politics and public policy, and policy implementation.

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Scott, Jessica, Home Is Where Your Politics Are: Queer Activism in the U.S. South and South Africa. 204 pp. 2024:6 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1179>
ISBN 978-1-9788-3608-2 hard ¥33,165.- (税込) US$ 150.00
ISBN 978-1-9788-3607-5 paper ¥6,620.- (税込) US$ 29.95

Home Is Where Your Politics Are is a transnational consideration of queer and trans activism in the US South and South Africa. Through ethnographic exploration of queer and trans activist work in both places, Jessica Scott paints a vibrant picture of what life is like in relation to a narrative that says that queer life is harder, if not impossible, in rural areas and on the African continent. The book asks questions like, what do activists in these places care about and how do stories about where they live get in the way of the life they envision for the queer and trans people for whom they advocate? Answers to these questions provide insight that only these activists have, into the complexity of locally based advocacy strategies in a globalized world.

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Raney, Tracey / Collier, Cheryl N. (eds.), Gender-Based Violence in Canadian Politics in the #MeToo Era. 320 pp. 2024:6 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) * paper 2024:5 <716-1213>
ISBN 978-1-4875-4001-2 hard ¥16,582.- (税込) US$ 75.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-4002-9 paper ¥7,185.- (税込) US$ 32.50

Gender-based violence in politics is a significant and growing problem that threatens the democratic process in Canada. Despite its prevalence, little academic research has been conducted on this topic to date. Gender-Based Violence in Canadian Politics in the #MeToo Era raises awareness of and presents new innovative research on this timely and pressing public issue. Here, leading experts from across Canada uncover critical new insights and identify potential solutions that would help address gender-based violence in politics, improve gender equality, and strengthen Canadian democracy. Using an intersectional lens, chapters range in their approaches; offer new concepts and measures of gender-based violence in online political spaces, political media coverage and cartoons, campaigns, municipal politics, and legislatures; and explore Indigenous ways of knowing about gender-based violence in Canadian politics. Additionally, the volume presents recommendations for decision-makers, policymakers, anti-violence advocates, and the academic community on how to best address the problem of gender-based violence in the political sphere.

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紛争研究における女性の位置-いかに女性の地位が政治的暴力に影響を与えるか
Karim, Sabrina / Hill, Daniel W., Jr., Positioning Women in Conflict Studies: How Women's Status Affects Political Violence. 304 pp. 2024:5 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <716-1300>
ISBN 978-0-19-775793-2 hard ¥24,321.- (税込) US$ 110.00
ISBN 978-0-19-775794-9 paper ¥6,620.- (税込) US$ 29.95

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善良な被害者-フェミニストの問題としての政治的なもの
Krystalli, Roxani, Good Victims: The Political as a Feminist Question. (Oxford Studies in Gender and International Relations) 232 pp. 2024:5 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <716-1302>
ISBN 978-0-19-776453-4 hard ¥24,321.- (税込) US$ 110.00
ISBN 978-0-19-776454-1 paper ¥6,620.- (税込) US$ 29.95

As of 2023, over nine million Colombians have secured official recognition as victims of an armed conflict that has lasted decades. The category of "victim" is not a mere description of having suffered harm, but a political status and a potential site of power. In Good Victims, Roxani Krystalli investigates the politics of victimhood as a feminist question. Based on in-depth engagement in Colombia over the course of a decade, Krystalli argues for the possibilities of politics through, rather than in opposition to, the status of "victim." Encompassing acts of care, agency, and haunting, the politics of victimhood entangle people who identify as victims, researchers, and transitional justice professionals. Krystalli shows how victimhood becomes a pillar of reimagining the state in the wake of war, and of bringing a vision of that state into being through bureaucratic encounters. Good Victims also sheds light on the ethical and methodological dilemmas that arise when contemplating the legacies of transitional justice mechanisms.

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