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ジェンダー研究・女性史・家族史

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Cremin, Ciara (ed.), Deleuze, Guattari and the Schizoanalysis of Trans Studies. (Schizoanalytic Applications) 224 pp. 2022:3 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-98>
ISBN 978-1-350-17479-5 hard ¥19,261.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Putting Deleuze and Guattari's concepts to wide-ranging use, leading trans theorists and activists develop innovative ways of thinking about trans identities, and the processes involved in liberating desires from the gendered ego. The first volume of its kind covers a broad mix of subjects including transecology, corporalities of betweenness, black transversality, toxic masculinity, and transvestism. Led by the overarching concept of schizonalaysis and responding to the need to move beyond the hetero-patriarchy currently dominating both progressive and regressive discourse, Ciara Cremin outlines the potential for radical departure from the status quo concerning gender identity, sex, bodies, and politics. Arguing that trans people are at the forefront of debates on gendered dichotomies as a result of becoming something other than their assigned gender, Cremin and her contributors theorise the possibility of a society which does not rely on gendered forms of oppression for its existence. Deleuze, Guattari and the Schizoanalysis of Trans Studies is an essential, ground-breaking resource for theorists, activists and students interested in trans theory today.

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Maclaran, Pauline / Stevens, Lorna / Kravets, Olga (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Marketing and Feminism. (Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Marketing) 488 pp. 2022:2 (Routledge, UK) <667-683>
ISBN 978-0-367-47757-8 hard ¥43,054.- (税込) GB£ 190.00

This comprehensive and authorative sourcebook, offers academics, researchers and students an introduction to and overview of current scholarship at the intersection of marketing and feminism. In the last five years there has been a resurrection of feminist voices in marketing and consumer research. This mirrors a wider public interest in feminism - particularly in the media as well as the academy - with younger women discovering that patriarchal structures and strictures still limit women's development and life opportunities. The "F" word is back on the agenda - made high profile by campaigns such as #metoo and #timeisup. There is a noticeably renewed interest in feminist scholarship, especially amongst younger scholars and significantly insightful interdisciplinary critiques of this new brand of feminism, including the identification of a neoliberal feminism that urges professional women to achieve a work/family balance on the back of other women's exploitation. Consolidating existing scholarship while exploring emerging theories and ideas which will generate further feminist research, this volume will be of interest to researchers, academics and students in marketing and consumption studies, especially those studying or researching the complex inter-relationship of feminism and marketing.

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Carr, Neil / Berdychevsky, Liza (eds.), Sex in Tourism: Exploring the Light and the Dark. (Aspects of Tourism) 304 pp. 2021:11 (Channel View Pub., UK) <667-669>
ISBN 978-1-84541-859-5 hard ¥26,965.- (税込) GB£ 119.95
ISBN 978-1-84541-858-8 paper ¥8,837.- (税込) GB£ 39.95

This book encompasses the diversity and complexity of sex in tourism, incorporating the light, dark and shades of grey in between. It brings together work and ideas from a diverse array of researchers from around the world and examines the affects and effects of diverse sexual encounters in tourism, romance tourism, sex tourism and sexual exploitation in tourism - including the sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism, and sexual harassment. Sex in tourism has arguably been an understudied area of research relative to the central roles that sex plays within tourism experiences. This volume explores the complexity and nuanced nature of sex in tourism in more detail. It will be of interest to students and researchers of tourism impacts, tourist behaviour, hospitality management, destination management and development.

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Vorobjovas-Pinta, Oscar (ed.), Gay Tourism: New Perspectives. (Tourism and Cultural Change) 256 pp. 2021:6 (Channel View Pub., UK) <667-678>
ISBN 978-1-84541-842-7 hard ¥24,699.- (税込) GB£ 109.95 *
ISBN 978-1-84541-841-0 paper ¥7,704.- (税込) GB£ 34.95

This book examines the emerging and shifting issues in the field of gay tourism, how these relate to significant societal and technological changes and the implications of these changes for theory, policy and practice. It addresses the political and sociocultural discourses evident within gay tourism consumption and explores the conceptualisations of gay tourism within the contexts of tourist profiles and identities. While gay travel research has been dominated by Western perspectives and traditions, this book incorporates voices from non-Western perspectives and cultures. The volume investigates the value of gay tourism that facilitates our engagement with tourism experiences, leisure opportunities and pleasure. It will be a useful resource for students, lecturers and researchers in tourism, human geography, cultural studies and sociology.

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Owalla, Beldina / Vorley, Tim / Lawton Smith, Helen (eds.), Gender, Diversity and Innovation: Concepts, Policies and Practice. 256 pp. 2022:5 (E. Elgar, UK) <667-624>
ISBN 978-1-80037-745-5 hard ¥21,527.- (税込) GB£ 95.00

Presenting fascinating new insights on gender and innovation with a central focus on the experiences of women innovators, this book explores different geographic and institutional contexts through a series of in-depth case studies. It investigates how intersecting characteristics such as age, race and ethnicity as well as broader contextual factors enable and constrain the innovation activities and ambitions of women.

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Walton-Roberts, Margaret (ed.), Global Migration, Gender and Health Professional Credentials: Transnational Value Transfers and Losses. 400 pp. 2022:4 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <667-562>
ISBN 978-1-4875-0520-2 hard ¥15,466.- (税込) US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-2373-2 paper ¥7,163.- (税込) US$ 44.95

Bringing together diverse approaches and case studies of international health worker migration, Global Migration, Gender, and Health Professional Credentials critically reimagines how we conceptualize the transfer of value embodied in internationally educated health professionals (IEHPs). This collection offers a new analytical framework for interdisciplinary scholarship on health worker migration using a lens of embodied value and its transfer in the process of international migration. This volume provides key insights into economistic and feminist concepts of global value transmission, complexity of health worker migration, and the gendered and intersectional intricaciesy involved in the mobility and workplace integration of immigrant health care workers. The contributions to this edited collection uncover the multitude of actors , beyond the sending and receiving countries and migrants themselves, who play a role in creating, transmitting, transforming and utilizing the value embedded in international health migrants.

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Nurse, Jodey, Cultivating Community: Women and Agricultural Fairs in Ontario. (McGill-Queen's Rural, Wildland, and Resource Studies) 368 pp. 2022:2 (McGill-Queen's U. Pr., CN) <667-498>
ISBN 978-0-228-00914-6 hard ¥21,164.- (税込) US$ 130.00
ISBN 978-0-228-00915-3 paper ¥6,349.- (税込) US$ 39.95

For close to two hundred years, families and individuals across Ontario have travelled down country roads and gathered to enjoy seasonal agricultural fairs. Though some features of township and county fairs have endured for generations, these community events have also undergone significant transformations since 1850, especially in terms of women's participation.Cultivating Community tells the story of how women's involvement became critical to agricultural fairs' growth and prosperity. By examining women's diverse roles as agricultural society members, fair exhibitors, performers, volunteers, and fairgoers, Jodey Nurse shows that women used fairs' manifold nature to present different versions of rural womanhood. Although traditional domestic skills and handicrafts, such as baking, needlework, and flower arrangement, remained the domain of women throughout this period, women steadily enlarged their sphere of influence on the fairgrounds. By the mid-twentieth century they had staked out a place in venues previously closed to them, including the livestock show ring, the athletic field, and the boardroom.Through a wealth of fascinating stories and colourful detail, Cultivating Communities adds a new dimension to the social and cultural history of rural women, placing their activities at the centre of the agricultural fair.

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Dussuet, Annie (dir.), Vers l'egalite femmes-hommes au travail: des obstacles... aux politiques publiques. (Le sens social) 2021:11 (Pr. U. de Rennes, FR) <667-516>
ISBN 978-2-7535-8260-6 paper ¥4,186.- (税込) EUR 22.00

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Juffer, Jane (ed.), Millennial Feminism at Work: Bridging Theory and Practice. 204 pp. 2021:11 (ILR Pr., US) <667-519>
ISBN 978-1-5017-6027-3 hard ¥20,350.- (税込) US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-1-5017-6028-0 paper ¥3,418.- (税込) US$ 21.95

In Millennial Feminism at Work, volume editor Jane Juffer brings together recently graduated students from across the US to reflect on the relevance of their feminist studies programs in their chosen career paths. The result is a dynamic collection of voices, shaking up preconceived ideas and showing the positive influence of gender and sexuality studies on individuals at work.Encompassing five areas-corporate, education, nonprofit, medical, and media careers-these engaging essays use personal experiences to analyze the pressure on young adults to define themselves through creative work, even when that job may not sustain them financially. Obstacles to feminist work conditions notwithstanding, they urge readers to never downplay their feminist credentials and prove that gender and sexuality studies degrees can serve graduates well in the current marketplace and prepare them for life outside of their alma mater. Emphasizing the importance of individual stories situated within political and economic structures, Millennial Feminism at Work provides spirited collective advice and a unique window into the lives and careers of young feminists sharing the lessons they have learned.Contributors: Rose Al Abosy, Rachel Cromidas, Lauren Danzig, Sadaf Ferdowsi, Reina Gattuso, Jael Goldfine, Sassafras Lowrey, Alissa Medina, Samuel Naimi, Stephanie Newman, Justine Parkin, Lily Pierce, Kate Poor, Laura Ramos-Jaimes, Savannah Taylor, Addie Tsai, Hayley Zablotsky

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Pillinger, Jane / Runge, Robin / King, Chidi, Stopping Gender Based Violence and Harassment at Work: The Campaign for an ILO Convention. (Women's Work) 288 pp. 2022:2 (Agenda Pub., UK) <667-524>
ISBN 978-1-78821-368-4 hard ¥14,729.- (税込) GB£ 65.00

Women across the world experience gender-based violence and harassment in the workplace. In the context of globalization and neoliberalism, work plays an important role in constructing and maintaining the economic, social and cultural systems of oppression that women face. Women in insecure, precarious employment and women not protected by trade unions are the most at risk of violence and as the #MeToo movement has shown, it stretches across societies rich and poor. In June 2019, the International Labour Organization adopted a ground-breaking global Treaty on eliminating violence and harassment in the world of work. This historic vote was the result of more than a decade of campaigning and lobbying by women trade union leaders and their allies across the world. Chidi King, Robin Runge and Jane Pillinger played a key role in the campaign and the negotiation of the Convention. Combining both their activist and academic backgrounds, this book documents their unique insights into and experience of the campaign and its landmark achievement in international labour law, global policy and the cross-movement building of workers' and women's rights, which has reignited the role of trade unions, and particularly women in trade unions, in global advocacy.

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Williams, Christine L., Gaslighted: How the Oil and Gas Industry Shortchanges Women Scientists. 262 pp. 2021:10 (U. California Pr., US) <667-526>
ISBN 978-0-520-38527-6 hard ¥13,838.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-0-520-38528-3 paper ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95

The oil and gas industry is one of the richest and most powerful industries in the world. In recent years, company avowals in support of diversity, much-touted programs for "women in STEM," and, most importantly, a tight labor market with near parity in women pursuing geoscience credentials might lead us to expect progress for women in this industry's corporate ranks. Yet, for all the talk of "the great crew change," the industry remains overwhelmingly white and male. Sociologist Christine L. Williams asks, where are the women? To answer this question, Williams embarked on a decade-long investigation-one involving one hundred in-depth interviews, a longitudinal survey, and ethnographic research-that allowed her to observe the industry in times of boom and bust. She found that when the industry expands, women may be able to walk through the door, but when the industry contracts, the door becomes a revolving one, whirling ever faster, as companies retreat to their white male core. These gendered outcomes are obscured by firms' stated commitments to diversity in hiring and the language of merit. The result is organizational gaslighting, a radical dissonance between language and practice that Williams exposes for all.

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Worth, Eve, The Welfare State Generation: Women, Agency and Class in Britain since 1945. (New Directions in Social and Cultural History) 264 pp. 2022:1 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-531>
ISBN 978-1-350-19206-5 hard ¥19,261.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Women born in mid twentieth-century Britain were the 'welfare state generation' - not only were their lives fundamentally shaped by the welfare state, they helped to transform it. In this ground-breaking work, Eve Worth examines the impact of the welfare state on the life course of women whose opportunities and social experiences were formed by it in the post-1945 period. Centred around an oral history study, this book argues that the welfare state was so central to the lives of women born in Britain between the late 1930s and early 1950s that they should be considered the 'welfare state generation'. The post-war expansion of the welfare state was one of the most transformative political changes of the twentieth century, yet we know little about its development in practice, nor its long-term impact on those who grew up within it. Using a ground-breaking life history methodology to examine women from their birth in the long 1940s to retirement in the mid-2010s, it includes thirty-six original life history interviews alongside social surveys and the Census for wider context By deploying a cross-class approach, this book moves the discussion on from just looking at university-educated women, to include women often overlooked in gender and social studies. Re-conceptualising the causes of social mobility in post-war Britain, exploring a new understanding of work and an updated periodisation of welfare state development, The Welfare State Generation offers a new approach to the history of class and gender, arguing that we need to move beyond the focus on women's emotions and personal identity, to consider their experiences and relationships with the state as employer, educator and provider.

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Bottici, Chiara, A Feminist Mythology. 216 pp. 2021:10 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-44>
ISBN 978-1-350-09596-0 hard ¥14,729.- (税込) GB£ 65.00
ISBN 978-1-350-09597-7 paper ¥4,305.- (税込) GB£ 19.99 *

A Feminist Mythology takes us on a poetic journey through the canonical myths of femininity, testing them from the point of view of our modern condition. A myth is not an object, but rather a process, one that Chiara Bottici practises by exploring different variants of the myth of "womanhood" through first- and third-person prose and poetry. We follow a series of myths that morph into each other, disclosing ways of being woman that question inherited patriarchal orders. In this metamorphic world, story-telling is not just a mix of narrative, philosophical dialogues and metaphysical theorizing: it is a current that traverses all of them by overflowing the boundaries it encounters. In doing so, A Feminist Mythology proposes an alternative writing style that recovers ancient philosophical and literary traditions from the pre-Socratic philosophers and Ovid's Metamorphoses to the philosophical novellas and feminist experimental writings of the last century.

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Wootton, Janet (ed.), Women in Christianity in the Age of Empire: (1800-1920). (A Cultural History of Women in Christianity) 372 pp. 2022:3 (Routledge, UK) <667-348>
ISBN 978-0-367-34391-0 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Women in Christianity in the Age of Empire (1800-1920) offers a broad view of the nineteenth century as a time of dramatic change, particularly for women, critiqued in the light of post-colonial theory. This edited volume includes important contributions from academics in the field. Overarching themes include the cult of domesticity, the changing impact of Christianity on views of women's nature in an age of scientific thinking, conflation of 'gospel' and 'civilisation' in global mission, and the exclusion of women from public spheres of life. We meet powerful saints, campaigners, and thinkers, who bring about genuine transformation in the lives of women, and in society. But we also recognise the long shadow of Empire in the world of the twenty-first century, critiquing Colonialism and Empire, and views that restricted women's lives. This engaging volume will be of key interest to students and scholars in Religion and Cultural Studies. Exploring the complexities of the nineteenth century it draws on a range of scholarship, including TV documentaries, film, online and more traditional academic resources.

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Masquelier, Juliette, Femmes catholiques en mouvements: action catholique et emancipation feminine en Belgique francophone (1955-1990). (Genre(s) & sexualite(s)) 251 p. 2021:10 (Ed. de l'Univ. de Bruxelles, BE) <667-299>
ISBN 978-2-8004-1760-8 paper ¥4,757.- (税込) EUR 25.00

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Merdjanova, Ina (ed.), Women and Religiosity in Orthodox Christianity. (Orthodox Christianity and Contemporary Thought) 336 pp. 2021:10 (Fordham U. Pr., US) <667-304>
ISBN 978-0-8232-9860-0 hard ¥20,350.- (税込) US$ 125.00 *
ISBN 978-0-8232-9861-7 paper ¥5,698.- (税込) US$ 35.00 *

Women and Religiosity in Orthodox Christianity fills a significant gap in the sociology of religious practice: Studies focused on women's religiosity have overlooked Orthodox populations, while studies of Orthodox practice (operating within the dominant theological, historical, and sociological framework) have remained gender-blind. The essays in this collection shed new light on the women who make up a considerable majority of the Orthodox population by engaging women's lifeworlds, practices, and experiences in relation to their religion in multiple, varied localities, discussing both contemporary and pre-1989 developments. These contributions critically engage the pluralist and changing character of Orthodox institutional and social life by using feminist epistemologies and drawing on original ethnographic research to account for Orthodox women's previously ignored perspectives, knowledges, and experiences. Combining the depth of ethnographic analysis with geographical breadth and employing a variety of research methodologies, this book expands our understanding of Orthodox Christianity by examining Orthodox women of diverse backgrounds in different settings: parishes, monasteries, and the secular spaces of everyday life, and under shifting historical conditions and political regimes. In defiance of claims that Orthodox Christianity is immutable and fixed in time, these essays argue that continuity and transformation can be found harmoniously in social practices, demographic trends, and larger material contexts at the intersection between gender, Orthodoxy, and locality. Contributors: Kristin Aune, Milica Bakic-Hayden, Maria Bucur, Ketevan Gurchiani, James Kapalo, Helena Kupari, Ina Merdjanova, Sarah Riccardi-Swartz, Eleni Sotiriou, Tatiana Tiaynen-Qadir, Detelina Tocheva

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Shehabuddin, Elora, Sisters in the Mirror: A History of Muslim Women and the Global Politics of Feminism. 416 pp. 2021:8 (U. California Pr., US) <667-331>
ISBN 978-0-520-34251-4 hard ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95

A crystal-clear account of the entangled history of Western and Muslim feminisms. Western feminists, pundits, and policymakers tend to portray the Muslim world as the last and most difficult frontier of global feminism. Challenging this view, Elora Shehabuddin presents a unique and engaging history of feminism as a story of colonial and postcolonial interactions between Western and Muslim societies. Muslim women, like other women around the world, have been engaged in their own struggles for generations: as individuals and in groups that include but also extend beyond their religious identity and religious practices. The modern and globally enmeshed Muslim world they navigate has often been at the weaker end of disparities of wealth and power, of processes of colonization and policies of war, economic sanctions, and Western feminist outreach. Importantly, Muslims have long constructed their own ideas about women's and men's lives in the West, with implications for how they articulate their feminist dreams for their own societies. Stretching from the eighteenth-century Enlightenment era to the War on Terror present, Sisters in the Mirror shows how changes in women's lives and feminist strategies have consistently reflected wider changes in national and global politics and economics. Muslim women, like non-Muslim women in various colonized societies and non-white and poor women in the West, have found themselves having to negotiate their demands for rights within other forms of struggle-for national independence or against occupation, racism, and economic inequality. Through stories of both well-known and relatively unknown figures, Shehabuddin recounts instances of conflict alongside those of empathy, collaboration, and solidarity across this extended period. Sisters in the Mirror is organized around stories of encounters between women and men from South Asia, Britain, and the United States that led them, as if they were looking in a mirror, to pause and reconsider norms in their own society, including cherished ideas about women's roles and rights. These intertwined stories confirm that nowhere, in either Western or Muslim societies, has material change in girls' and women's lives come easily or without protracted struggle.

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Short, Donn / MacDougall, Bruce / Clarke, Paul T., Making the Case: 2SLGBTQ+ Rights and Religion in Schools. 180 pp. 2022:1 (Purich Books, CN) <667-333>
ISBN 978-0-7748-8070-1 hard ¥12,210.- (税込) US$ 75.00
ISBN 978-0-7748-8071-8 paper ¥5,209.- (税込) US$ 32.95

A principal forbids same-sex prom dates. A community group tries to prohibit gender-neutral bathrooms. Despite growing acceptance of 2SLGBTQ+ rights, schools still regularly become battlegrounds in clashes between the expression of gender or sexual identity and a perceived threat to religious identity or values. Making the Case explains the position of Canadian law. It demonstrates that Canadians have rights to both religion and rights to gender expression or sexual orientation. It then provides evidence from case law to show that sexual minority rights do not undermine rights to religious freedom. This book is an important tool for anyone working to create an inclusive school environment or respond to rights-based conflicts within the school system.

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Krishnamurti, Sailaja / Lee, Becky R. (eds.), Relation and Resistance: Racialized Women, Religion, and Diaspora. (Advancing Studies in Religion) 312 pp. 2021:9 (McGill-Queen's U. Pr., CN) <667-285>
ISBN 978-0-228-00852-1 hard ¥21,164.- (税込) US$ 130.00
ISBN 978-0-228-00853-8 paper ¥6,023.- (税込) US$ 37.95

In Canada, women's bodies are often at the centre of debates about religious pluralism, multiculturalism, and secularism. Women have long played a critical role in building and maintaining diasporic religious communities and networks, and they have also been catalysts for change and transformation within religious groups and the wider community.Relation and Resistance explores the stories and lives of racialized women connected with religious diaspora communities in Canada. Contributors from across disciplines show how women are conceptualizing traditions in transformative ways, challenging prevailing assumptions about diasporic religion as nostalgically entrenched in the past. The collected essays include chapters on feminist and queer women thinking critically about Hindu and Muslim identities and beliefs and challenging anti-Black racism and settler colonialism; Afro-Caribbean and Metis writers using literature to explore religion and belonging; the impact of women's participation in Japanese, Chinese, and Pakistani transnational religious organizations; and marriage, migration, and gender equality in the Punjabi Sikh and Malayali Christian communities. The volume closes with a chapter exploring Metis diasporic experience and inviting readers to think critically about diasporic religion on Indigenous land.An innovative and timely volume, Relation and Resistance reveals that a deeper understanding of women's experiences of displacement, migration, race, and gender is critical to the study of religion in Canada.

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Isherwood, Lisa / Clay, Megan (eds.), Women in Christianity in the Modern Age: (1920-today). (A Cultural History of Women in Christianity) 296 pp. 2021:12 (Routledge, UK) <667-270>
ISBN 978-0-367-34269-2 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Women in Christianity in the Modern Age examines the role of women in Christianity in the 20th and early 21st Centuries. This edited volume includes eight important contributions from academics in the field. The modern era has been an age of social and religious upheaval, and the ravages of global warfare and changes to women's role in society have made the examination of the place of women in religion a key question in theology. From theological concerns - engagements with the biblical texts by feminist and anti-feminist theologians, the modern role of Mary and women saints - to political and social debates on women's ministry and place in society, and cultural shifts as expressed through theologically inspired artwork by women, Women in Christianity in the Modern Age provides an overview and in-depth studies of a tumultuous and changing era. This insightful text will be of key interest to students and scholars in Religion and Cultural Studies.

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Dunbar, Ericka Shawndricka, Trafficking Hadassah: Collective Trauma, Cultural Memory, and Identity in the Book of Esther and in the African Diaspora. (Rape Culture, Religion and the Bible) 124 pp. 2021:11 (Routledge, UK) <667-242>
ISBN 978-0-367-76911-6 hard ¥9,970.- (税込) GB£ 44.99

The representation of sexual trafficking in the book of Esther has parallels with the cultural memories, histories, and materialized pain of African(a) girls and women across time and space, from the Persian Empire, to subsequent slave trade routes and beyond. Trafficking Hadassah illuminates that Africana female bodies have been and continue to be colonized and sexualized, exploited for profit and pleasure, causing adverse physical, mental, sexual, socio-cultural, and spiritual consequences for the girls and women concerned. It focuses on sexual trafficking both in the biblical book of Esther and during the transatlantic slave trade to demonstrate how gender and racism intersect with other forms of oppression, including legal oppression, which results in the sexual trafficking of African(a) females. It examines both the conditions and mechanisms by which the trafficking of the virgin girls (who are collectively identified) are legitimated and normalized in the book of Esther, alongside contemporary histories of Africana females. This important book examines ideologies and stereotypes that are used to justify the abuse in both contexts, challenges the complicity of biblical readers and interpreters in violence against girls and women, and illustrates how attention to the nameless, faceless African girls in the text is impacted by the #MeToo and #SayHerName social movements. This book will be of particular interest to those studying the Bible, religion, gender, theology, and sex trafficking. It is also an important book for those in the related fields of Africana Studies, Trauma Studies, Post-Colonial Studies, Diaspora Studies, Critical Race Studies, as well as to the general reader.

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Sikka, Tina, Sex, Consent and Justice: A New Feminist Framework. 264 pp. 2021:12 (Edinburgh U. Pr., UK) <667-2189>
ISBN 978-1-4744-7920-2 hard ¥19,261.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

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Sweet, Paige L., The Politics of Surviving: How Women Navigate Domestic Violence and Its Aftermath. 340 pp. 2021:11 (U. California Pr., US) <667-2190>
ISBN 978-0-520-37770-7 hard ¥13,838.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-0-520-37771-4 paper ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95

For women who have experienced domestic violence, proving that you are a "good victim" is no longer enough. Victims must also show that they are recovering, as if domestic violence were a disease: they must transform from "victims" into "survivors." Women's access to life-saving resources may even hinge on "good" performances of survivorhood. Through archival and ethnographic research, Paige L. Sweet reveals how trauma discourses and coerced therapy play central roles in women's lives as they navigate state programs for assistance. Sweet uses an intersectional lens to uncover how "resilience" and "survivorhood" can become coercive and exclusionary forces in women's lives. With nuance and compassion, The Politics of Surviving wrestles with questions about the gendered nature of the welfare state, the unintended consequences of feminist mobilizations for anti-violence programs, and the women who are left behind by the limited forms of citizenship we offer them.

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Thompson, Lucy E., Gender, Surveillance, and Literature in the Romantic Period: 1780-1830. (Routledge Studies in Surveillance) 208 pp. 2021:12 (Routledge, UK) <667-2192>
ISBN 978-0-367-85676-2 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Romantic-era literature offers a key message: surveillance, in all its forms, was experienced distinctly and differently by women than men. Gender, Surveillance, and Literature in the Romantic Period examines how familiar and neglected texts internalise and interrogate the ways in which targeted, asymmetric, and often isolating surveillance made women increasingly and uncomfortably visible in a way that still resonates today. The book combines the insights of modern Surveillance Studies with Romantic scholarship. It provides readers with a new context in which to understand Romantic-period texts and looks critically at emerging paradigms of surveillance directed at marginal groups, as well as resistance to such monitoring. Works by writers such as Jane Austen, Charlotte Smith, and Joanna Baillie, as well as Lord Byron and Thomas De Quincey give a new perspective on the age that produced the Panopticon. This book is designed to appeal to a wide readership, and is aimed at students and scholars of surveillance, literature, Romanticism, and gender politics, as well as those interested in important strands of women's experience not only for the additional layers they reveal about the Romantic era but also for their relevance to current debates around asymmetries of power within gendered surveillance.

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ジェンダー、性、近代欧州の形成-フランス革命から今日までの歴史-第3版
Timm, Annette F. / Sanborn, Joshua A., Gender, Sex and the Shaping of Modern Europe 3rd ed. 400 pp. 2022:2 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-2193>
ISBN 978-1-350-18001-7 hard ¥16,995.- (税込) GB£ 75.00
ISBN 978-1-350-18000-0 paper ¥5,438.- (税込) GB£ 24.99

At a time when issues of gender and sexuality are as prominent as they have ever been, Gender, Sex and the Shaping of Modern Europe provides an authoritative exploration of the history of these deeply connected subjects over the last 250 years. Incorporating a blend of history and historiography, Annette F. Timm and Joshua A. Sanborn write engagingly on gender and sexuality in a way that illuminates our understanding of historical change and individual experience throughout Europe. The new and improved 3rd edition of this textbook now includes: ? Personal vignette textboxes which shed light on key themes through individual life stories ? Added material on Russia, Eastern Europe, the Holocaust and the 21st century ? Historiographical updates throughout that bring the text up-to-date with new scholarship ? 30 new images and maps Through 6 thematic chapters that cover democracy, capitalism, imperialism and war, Timm and Sanborn trace the social construction of gender roles, consider gender's influence on political and economic developments during the period and reflect on where European society's relationship with gender will go both now and in the future.

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Verges, Francoise, A Feminist Theory of Violence Tr. by M. Thackway. 160 pp. 2022:4 (Pluto Pr., UK) <667-2197>
ISBN 978-0-7453-4568-0 hard ¥16,995.- (税込) GB£ 75.00
ISBN 978-0-7453-4567-3 paper ¥2,719.- (税込) GB£ 12.99

'Powerful and uncompromising' - Terrafemina The mainstream conversation surrounding gender equality is a repertoire of violence: harassment, rape, abuse, femicide. These words suggest a cruel reality. But they also hide another reality: that of gendered violence committed with the complicity of the State. In this book, Francoise Verges denounces the carceral turn in the fight against sexism. By focusing on 'violent men', we fail to question the sources of their violence. There is no doubt as to the underlying causes: racial capitalism, ultra-conservative populism, the crushing of the Global South by wars and imperialist looting, the exile of millions and the proliferation of prisons - these all put masculinity in the service of a policy of death. Against the spirit of the times, Francoise Verges refuses the punitive obsession of the State in favour of restorative justice.

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Valdez, Natali, Weighing the Future: Race, Science, and Pregnancy Trials in the Postgenomic Era. (Critical Environments: Nature, Science, and Politics 9) 290 pp. 2021:12 (U. California Pr., US) <667-2121>
ISBN 978-0-520-38013-4 hard ¥13,838.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-0-520-38014-1 paper ¥5,535.- (税込) US$ 34.95

Epigenetics, the study of heritable changes in gene expression, has been heralded as one of the most promising new fields of scientific inquiry. Current large-scale studies selectively draw on epigenetics to connect behavioral choices made by pregnant people, such as diet and exercise, to health risks for future generations. As the first ethnography of its kind, Weighing the Future examines the sociopolitical implications of ongoing pregnancy trials in the United States and the United Kingdom, illuminating how processes of scientific knowledge production are linked to capitalism, surveillance, and environmental reproduction. Natali Valdez argues that a focus on individual behavior rather than social environments ignores the vital impacts of systemic racism. The environments we imagine to shape our genes, bodies, and future health are intimately tied to race, gender, and structures of inequality. This groundbreaking book makes the case that science, and how we translate it, is a reproductive project that requires feminist vigilance. Instead of fixating on a future at risk, this book brings attention to the present at stake.

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Ayoun, Dalila (ed.), The Acquisition of Gender: Crosslinguistic perspectives. (Studies in Bilingualism 63) 282 pp. 2022:1 (J. Benjamins, NE) <667-2125>
ISBN 978-90-272-1009-8 hard ¥18,839.- (税込) EUR 99.00

Gender as a morphosyntactic feature is arguably "an endlessly fascinating linguistic category" (Corbett 2014: 1). One may even say it is among "the most puzzling of the grammatical categories" (Corbett 1991: 1) that has raised probing questions from various theoretical and applied perspectives. Most languages display semantic and/or formal gender systems with various degrees of opacity and complexity, and even closely related languages present distinct differences, creating difficulties for second language learners. The first three chapters of this volume present critical reviews in three different areas - gender assignment in mixed noun phrases, subtle gentle biases and the gender acquisition in child and adult heritage speakers of Spanish - while the next six chapters present new empirical evidence in the acquisition of gender by bilingual children, adult L2/L3 learners and heritage speakers of various languages such as Italian, German, Dutch or Mandarin-Italian.

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Campbell-Miller, Jill / Donaghy, Greg / Barker, S. (eds.), Breaking Barriers, Shaping Worlds: Canadian Women and the Search for Global Order. 240 pp. 2021:11 (U. British Columbia Pr., CN) <667-2132>
ISBN 978-0-7748-6640-8 hard ¥14,489.- (税込) US$ 89.95

Where are the women in Canada's international history? Breaking Barriers, Shaping Worlds gathers scholars to explore the role of women in twentieth-century Canadian international affairs. They examine the lives and careers of professionals employed abroad as doctors, nurses, or economic development advisors; those fighting for change as anti-war, anti-nuclear, or Indigenous rights activists; and women working as diplomatic spouses or as diplomats themselves. This lively, wide-ranging collection reveals the vital contribution of women to the search for global order that has been a hallmark of Canada's international history.

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Cassino, Dan / Besen-Cassino, Yasemin, Gender Threat: American Masculinity in the Face of Change. (Inequalities) 200 pp. 2021:11 (Stanford U. Pr., US) <667-2134>
ISBN 978-1-5036-1036-1 hard ¥14,652.- (税込) US$ 90.00 *
ISBN 978-1-5036-2989-9 paper ¥4,558.- (税込) US$ 28.00 *

Against all evidence to the contrary, American men have come to believe that the world is tilted - economically, socially, politically - against them. A majority of men across the political spectrum feel that they face some amount of discrimination because of their sex. The authors of Gender Threat look at what reasoning lies behind their belief and how they respond to it. Many feel that there is a limited set of socially accepted ways for men to express their gender identity, and when circumstances make it difficult or impossible for them to do so, they search for another outlet to compensate. Sometimes these behaviors are socially positive, such as placing a greater emphasis on fatherhood, but other times they can be maladaptive, as in the case of increased sexual harassment at work. These trends have emerged, notably, since the Great Recession of 2008-09. Drawing on multiple data sources, the authors find that the specter of threats to their gender identity has important implications for men's behavior. Importantly, younger men are more likely to turn to nontraditional compensatory behaviors, such as increased involvement in cooking, parenting, and community leadership, suggesting that the conception of masculinity is likely to change in the decades to come.

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Doherty, Richard, Irish Men and Women in the Second World War. 328 pp. 2021:1 (Four Courts Pr., IE) <667-2138>
ISBN 978-1-84682-959-8 paper ¥5,438.- (税込) GB£ 24.95

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Edwards, Chris, Femocracy: How Educators Can Teach Democratic Ideals and Feminism. 174 pp. 2021:8 (Rowman & Littlefield, US) <667-2141>
ISBN 978-1-4758-6086-3 hard ¥14,652.- (税込) US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-1-4758-6087-0 paper ¥6,512.- (税込) US$ 40.00

The rise and spread of feminism should be at the center of the world historical narrative, but feminism is often treated as a sub-heading. For specific cultural reasons, feminism grew out of democratic ideals right after the Protestant Reformation and developed into the most powerful force currently shaping the world. Traditional "Western-Civ." narratives often connect the Protestant Reformation to the Enlightenment and the Enlightenment to the development of participatory governments. However, given that democratic ideals also produced feminism, maybe it is time to recognize that the most impressive outcome of the Declaration of Independence was not that it produced an American Revolution and a Constitution, but that it inspired the genius of Mary Wollstonecraft. It is true that democratic ideals created both the American Congress and feminism, but which is more important? Femocracy: How Educators can Teach Democratic Ideals and Feminism is an indispensable work for teachers of history, sociology, and women's studies.

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Evans, Tanya, Family History, Historical Consciousness and Citizenship: A New Social History. (New Directions in Social and Cultural History) 232 pp. 2022:1 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-2142>
ISBN 978-1-350-21206-0 hard ¥19,261.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Family history is one of the most widely practiced forms of public history around the globe, especially in settler migrant nations like Australia and Canada. It empowers millions of researchers, linking the past to the present in powerful ways, transforming individuals' understandings of themselves and the world. This book examines the practice, meanings and impact of undertaking family history research for individuals and society more broadly. In this ground-breaking new book, Tanya Evans shows how family history fosters inter-generational and cross-cultural, religious and ethnic knowledge, how it shapes historical empathy and consciousness and combats social exclusion, producing active citizens. Evans draws on her extensive research on family history, including survey data, oral history interviews and focus groups undertaken with family historians in Australia, England and Canada collected since 2016. Family History, Historical Consciousness and Citizenship reveals that family historians collect and analyse varied historical sources, including oral testimony, archival documents, pictures and objects of material culture. This book reveals how people are thinking historically outside academia, what historical skills they are using to produce historical knowledge, what knowledge is being produced and what impact that can have on them, their communities and scholars. The result is a necessary revival of the current perceptions of family history.

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Garvin, Diana, Feeding Fascism: The Politics of Women's Food Work. (Toronto Italian Studies) 320 pp. 2022:3 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <667-2144>
ISBN 978-1-4875-2818-8 hard ¥12,210.- (税込) US$ 75.00

Feeding Fascism explores how women negotiated the politics of Italy's Fascist regime in their daily lives and how they fed their families through agricultural and industrial labour. The book looks at women's experiences of Fascism by examining the material world in which they lived in relation to their thoughts, feelings, and actions. Over the past decade, Diana Garvin has conducted extensive research in Italian museums, libraries, and archives. Feeding Fascism includes illustrations of rare cookbooks, kitchen utensils, cafeteria plans, and culinary propaganda to connect women's political beliefs with the places that they lived and worked and the objects that they owned and borrowed. Garvin draws on first-hand accounts, such as diaries, work songs, and drawings, that demonstrate how women and the Fascist state vied for control over national diet across many manifestations - cooking, feeding, and eating - to assert and negotiate their authority. Revealing the national stakes of daily choices, and the fine line between resistance and consent, Feeding Fascism attests to the power of food.

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Germanidou, Sophia (ed.), Secular Byzantine Women: Art, Archaeology, and Ethnography of Female Material Culture from Late Roman to Post-Byzantine Times. (Routledge Research in Byzantine Studies) 272 pp. 2022:3 (Routledge, UK) <667-2145>
ISBN 978-0-367-85637-3 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Secular Byzantine Women examines female material culture during the Late Roman, Byzantine, and Post-Byzantine eras, in order to better understand the lives of ordinary and humble women during this period. Although recent scholarship has contributed greatly to our knowledge of Byzantine and medieval women, such research has largely focused on female saints, imperial figures, and prominent women of local communities. But what about secular and non-privileged women? Bringing together scholars from various fields, including archaeology, history, theology, anthropology and ethnography, this volume seeks to answer this important question. Chapters examine the everyday lives of lay women, including their working routines, their clothing, and precious possessions. This book will appeal to scholars and students of Byzantine history, art and archaeology, as well as those interested in gender and material culture studies.

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Guyan, Kevin, Queer Data: Using Gender, Sex and Sexuality Data for Action. (Bloomsbury Studies in Digital Cultures) 240 pp. 2022:1 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-2151>
ISBN 978-1-350-23073-6 hard ¥14,729.- (税込) GB£ 65.00
ISBN 978-1-350-23072-9 paper ¥4,305.- (税込) GB£ 19.99

Data has never mattered more. Our lives are increasingly shaped by it and how it is defined, collected and used. But who counts in the collection, analysis and application of data? This important book is the first to look at queer data - defined as data relating to gender, sex, sexual orientation and trans identity/history. The author shows us how current data practices reflect an incomplete account of LGBTQ lives and helps us understand how data biases are used to delegitimise the everyday experiences of queer people. Guyan demonstrates why it is important to understand, collect and analyse queer data, the benefits and challenges involved in doing so, and how we might better use queer data in our work. Arming us with the tools for action, this book shows how greater knowledge about queer identities is instrumental in informing decisions about resource allocation, changes to legislation, access to services, representation and visibility.

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Heath, Melanie / Darkwah, Akosua et al. (eds.), Global Feminist Autoethnographies During COVID-19: Displacements and Disruptions. (Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality) 368 pp. 2022:1 (Routledge, UK) <667-2152>
ISBN 978-1-03-212262-5 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00

Global Feminist Autoethnographies bears witness to our displacements, disruptions, and distress as tenured faculty, faculty on temporary contracts, graduate students, and people connected to academia during COVID-19. The authors document their experiences arising within academia and beyond it, gathering narratives from across the globe-Australia, Canada, Ghana, Finland, India, Norway, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States along with transnational engagements with Bolivia, Iran, Nepal, and Taiwan. In an era where the older rules about work and family related to our survival, wellbeing, and dignity are rapidly being transformed, this book shows that distress and traumas are emerging and deepening across the divides within and between the global North and South, depending on the intersecting structures that have affected each of us. It documents our distress and trauma and how we have worked to lift each other up amidst severe precarities. A global co-written project, this book shows how we are moving to decolonize our scholarship. It will be of interest to an interdisciplinary array of scholars in the areas of intersectionality, gender, family, race, sexuality, migration, and global and transnational sociology.

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Hillock, Susan (ed.), Teaching about Sex and Sexualities in Higher Education. 360 pp. 2021:9 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) * paper 2021:8 <667-2154>
ISBN 978-1-4875-0701-5 hard ¥13,024.- (税込) US$ 80.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-2472-2 paper ¥5,698.- (税込) US$ 35.95

Teaching about Sex and Sexualities in Higher Education argues that much more can be done in teaching about sex and sexuality in higher education. This edited collection provides key information on professional training and support, and acts as a crucial resource on sex, sexuality, and related issues. With a focus on diversity, this book features expert contributors who discuss key concepts, debates, and current issues across disciplines to help educators improve curriculum content. This collection aims to provide adequate and appropriate sex education training and opportunities to educators so that they may explore complex personal and emotional issues, build skills, and develop the confidence necessary to help others in their respective fields.

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Huebel, Sebastian, Fighter, Worker, and Family Man: German-Jewish Men and Their Gendered Experiences in Nazi Germany, 1933-1941. (German and European Studies) 264 pp. 2022:1 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <667-2156>
ISBN 978-1-4875-4123-1 hard ¥12,210.- (税込) US$ 75.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-4124-8 paper ¥5,209.- (税込) US$ 32.95

When the Nazis came to power, they used various strategies to expel German Jews from social, cultural, and economic life. Fighter, Worker, and Family Man focuses on the gendered experiences and discrimination that German-Jewish men faced between 1933 and 1941. Sebastian Huebel argues that Jewish men's gender identities, intersecting with categories of ethnicity, race, class, and age, underwent a profound process of marginalization that destabilized accustomed ways of performing masculinity. At the same time, in their attempts to sustain their conceptions of masculinity these men maintained agency and developed coping strategies that prevented their full-scale emasculation. Huebel draws on a rich archive of diaries, letters, and autobiographies to interpret the experiences of these men, focusing on their roles as soldiers and protectors, professionals and breadwinners, and parents and husbands. Fighter, Worker, and Family Man sheds light on how the Nazis sought to emasculate Jewish men through propaganda, the law, and violence, and how in turn German-Jewish men were able to defy emasculation and adapt - at least temporarily - to their marginalized status as men.

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Jineoloji Committee in Europe (ed.), Weaving Another Future: Jineoloji - Readings in Women's Science. 240 pp. 2021:12 (Black Rose, CN) <667-2158>
ISBN 978-1-55164-784-5 hard ¥7,068.- (税込) US$ 51.99
ISBN 978-1-55164-782-1 paper ¥2,910.- (税込) US$ 21.99

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Johnson, Joan Marie, The Woman Suffrage Movement in the United States. (Seminar Studies) 236 pp. 2022:2 (Routledge, UK) <667-2159>
ISBN 978-0-367-48762-1 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00
ISBN 978-0-367-48761-4 paper ¥7,251.- (税込) GB£ 32.99

The Woman Suffrage Movement in the United States presents important moments and participants in the history of the American suffrage movement, ranging from the mid-nineteenth century through the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920. The book highlights the many participants in the suffrage movement, including well-known leaders, lesser known activists, major national organizations, and local efforts across the country. An array of perspectives is examined: the garment factory worker working for protective labor laws, the wealthy wife hoping to control her inheritance, the Black activist seeking voting power for her community, and the temperance worker wanting to vote for prohibition laws. The volume examines the crucial activism of Black suffragists and other women of color, as well as the fraught nature of the cross-racial coalition in the movement. The broad and accessible approach to this important period in history will enable students to consider questions such as: How could suffragists overcome their differences and build community? Were wealthy women who funded salaries, headquarters, and parades afforded more power? What tactics and strategies did suffragists utilize to lobby legislators and win over the public? How did suffragists and anti-suffragists wield racism as a political tactic both in support of and against the Nineteenth Amendment? How and when did women of color finally achieve the right to vote? Students will also be able to consider lessons from the suffrage movement for an inclusive feminist movement today. This book will be of interest to students and scholars in US women's history, the history of the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, and those interested in the histories of social movements.

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LaFleur, Greta / Raskolnikov, Masha / Klosowska, A. (eds.), Trans Historical: Gender Plurality before the Modern. 408 pp. 2021:10 (Cornell U. Pr., US) <667-2162>
ISBN 978-1-5017-5908-6 hard ¥20,350.- (税込) US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-1-5017-5950-5 paper ¥5,209.- (税込) US$ 32.95

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Lira, Natalie, Laboratory of Deficiency: Sterilization and Confinement in California, 1900-1950s. (Reproductive Justice: A New Vision for the 21st Century 6) 284 pp. 2021:11 (U. California Pr., US) <667-2164>
ISBN 978-0-520-35567-5 hard ¥13,838.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-0-520-35568-2 paper ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95

Pacific Colony, a Southern California institution established to care for the "feebleminded," justified the incarceration, sterilization, and forced mutilation of some of the most vulnerable members of society from the 1920s through the 1950s. Institutional records document the convergence of ableism and racism in Pacific Colony. Analyzing a vast archive, Natalie Lira reveals how political concerns over Mexican immigration-particularly ideas about the low intelligence, deviant sexuality, and inherent criminality of the "Mexican race"-shaped decisions regarding the treatment and reproductive future of Mexican-origin patients. Laboratory of Deficiency documents the ways Mexican-origin people sought out creative resistance to institutional control and offers insight into how race, disability, and social deviance have been called upon to justify the confinement and reproductive constraint of certain individuals in the name of public health and progress.

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Littlejohn, Krystale E., Just Get on the Pill: The Uneven Burden of Reproductive Politics. (Reproductive Justice: A New Vision for the 21st Century 4) 184 pp. 2021:8 (U. California Pr., US) <667-2165>
ISBN 978-0-520-30744-5 hard ¥13,838.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-0-520-30745-2 paper ¥3,907.- (税込) US$ 24.95

Understanding the social history and urgent social implications of gendered compulsory birth control, an unbalanced and unjust approach to pregnancy prevention. The average person concerned about becoming pregnant spends approximately thirty years trying to prevent conception. People largely do so alone using prescription birth control, a situation often taken for granted in the United States as natural and beneficial. In Just Get on the Pill, a keenly researched and incisive examination, Krystale Littlejohn investigates how birth control becomes a fundamentally unbalanced and gendered responsibility. She uncovers how parents, peers, partners, and providers draw on narratives of male and female birth control methods to socialize cisgender women into sex and ultimately into shouldering the burden for preventing pregnancy. Littlejohn draws on extensive interviews to document this gendered compulsory birth control-a phenomenon in which people who give birth are held accountable for preventing and resolving pregnancies in gender-constrained ways. She shows how this gendered approach encroaches on reproductive autonomy and poses obstacles for preventing disease. While diverse cisgender women are the focus, Littlejohn shows that they are not the only ones harmed by this dynamic. Indeed, gendered approaches to birth control also negatively impact trans, intersex, and gender nonconforming people in overlooked ways. In tracing the divisive politics of pregnancy prevention, Littlejohn demonstrates that the gendered division of labor in birth control is not natural. It is unjust.

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Loh, Jennifer / Johns, Raechel / English, Rebecca, The Superwoman Myth: Can Contemporary Women Have It All Now? 124 pp. 2021:11 (Routledge, UK) <667-2166>
ISBN 978-0-367-89691-1 hard ¥27,192.- (税込) GB£ 120.00
ISBN 978-0-367-89692-8 paper ¥6,571.- (税込) GB£ 29.99

The book begins by raising a thoughtful question, "Can women have it all, family, work and everything in between?" If yes, then are women 'superwomen'? More importantly, what or who is a 'superwoman'? In other words, this book discusses the role of contemporary women in today's modern career world and its myriad of challenges, and in turn explores the nuanced role of millennial women and provides insights into how women juggle demands at home and at work; family and career management. Using case studies from interviews with two hundred women, the authors draw on data from women themselves to explore how they navigate their daily lives to achieve work-life balance. This book will motivate readers to reframe their roles at home and in the workplace and hopefully help them reclaim control in their career/family journeys. This book is also an essential guide to thought leadership for women in leadership positions or aspiring to be in leadership positions. Finally, this book will demystify gender roles in the workplace and at home, enabling women of all ages and backgrounds to embark on their career with confidence. This book will motivate younger women who are embarking on their first career and looking to develop the inner leadership that helps them thrive in life.

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Lucey, Colleen, Love for Sale: Representing Prostitution in Imperial Russia. (NIU Series in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies) 270 pp. 2021:9 (Northern Illinois U. Pr., US) <667-2167>
ISBN 978-1-5017-5886-7 hard ¥7,977.- (税込) US$ 49.95

Love for Sale is the first study to examine the ubiquity of commercial sex in Russian literary and artistic production from the nineteenth century through the fin de siecle. Colleen Lucey offers a compelling account of how the figure of the sex worker captivated the public's imagination through depictions in fiction and fine art, bringing to light how imperial Russians grappled with the issue of sexual commerce. Studying a wide range of media-from little-known engravings that circulated in newspapers to works of canonical fiction-Lucey shows how writers and artists used the topic of prostitution both to comment on women's shifting social roles at the end of tsarist rule and to express anxieties about the incursion of capitalist transactions in relations of the heart.Each of the book's chapters focus on a type of commercial sex, looking at how the street walker, brothel worker, demimondaine, kept woman, impoverished bride, and madam traded in sex as a means to acquire capital. Lucey argues that prostitution became a focal point for imperial Russians because it signaled both the promises of modernity and the anxieties associated with Westernization. Love for Sale integrates historical analysis, literary criticism, and feminist theory and conveys how nineteenth-century beliefs about the "fallen woman" drew from medical, judicial, and religious discourse on female sexuality. Lucey invites readers to draw a connection between rhetoric of the nineteenth century and today's debate on sex workers' rights, highlighting recent controversies concerning Russian sex workers to show how imperial discourse is recycled in the twenty-first century.

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MacDonald, Sara Z., University Women: A History of Women and Higher Education in Canada. (Carleton Library Series) 424 pp. 2021:11 (McGill-Queen's U. Pr., CN) <667-2169>
ISBN 978-0-228-00863-7 hard ¥22,792.- (税込) US$ 140.00
ISBN 978-0-228-00864-4 paper ¥6,349.- (税込) US$ 39.95

Bessie Scott, nearing the end of her first year at university in the spring of 1890, recorded in her diary: "Wore my gown for first time! It didn't seem at all strange to do so." Often deemed a cumbersome tradition by men, the cap and gown were dearly prized by women as an outward sign of their hard-won admission to the rank of undergraduates. For the first generations of university women, higher education was an exhilarating and transformative experience, but these opportunities would narrow in the decades that followed.In University Women Sara MacDonald explores the processes of integration and separation that marked women's contested entrance into higher education. Examining the period between 1870 and 1930, this book is the first to provide a comparative study of women at universities across Canada. MacDonald concludes that women's higher education cannot be seen as a progressive narrative, a triumphant story of trailblazers and firsts, of doors being thrown open and staying open. The early promise of equal education was not fulfilled in the longer term, as a backlash against the growing presence of women on campuses resulted in separate academic programs, closer moral regulation, and barriers that restricted their admission into the burgeoning fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The modernization of higher education ultimately marginalized women students, researchers, and faculty within the diversified universities of the twentieth century.University Women uncovers the systemic inequalities based on gender, race, and class that have shaped Canadian higher education. It is indispensable reading for those concerned with the underrepresentation of girls and women in STEM and current initiatives to address issues of access and equity within our academic institutions.

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Matthiesen, Sara, Reproduction Reconceived: Family Making and the Limits of Choice after Roe v. Wade. (Reproductive Justice: A New Vision for the 21st Century 5) 334 pp. 2021:10 (U. California Pr., US) <667-2172>
ISBN 978-0-520-29820-0 hard ¥13,838.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-0-520-29821-7 paper ¥4,721.- (税込) US$ 29.95

The landmark case Roe v. Wade redefined family: it is now commonplace for Americans to treat having children as a choice. But the historic decision also coincided with widening inequality, an ongoing trend that continues to make choice more myth than reality. In this new and timely history, Matthiesen shows how the effects of incarceration, for-profit healthcare, disease, and poverty have been worsened by state neglect, forcing most to work harder to maintain a family.

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Maurice, Lisa / Bibring, Tovi (eds.), Gender, Creation Myths and their Reception in Western Civilization: Prometheus, Pandora, Adam and Eve. (Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception) 264 pp. 2022:2 (Bloomsbury Academic, UK) <667-2173>
ISBN 978-1-350-21282-4 hard ¥20,394.- (税込) GB£ 90.00

This volume offers an instructive comparative perspective on the Judaic, Christian, Greek and Roman myths about the creation of humans in relation to each other, as well as a broad overview of their enduring relevance in the modern Western world and its conceptions of gender and identity. Taking the idea that the way in which a society regards humanity, and especially the roots of humanity, is crucial to an understanding of that society, it presents the different models for the creation and nature of mankind, and their changing receptions over a range of periods and places. It thereby demonstrates that the myths reflect fundamental continuities, evolutions and developments across cultures and societies: in no context are these more apparent than with regard to gender. Chapters explore the role of gender in Graeco-Roman and Judaeo-Christian creation myths and their reception traditions, demonstrating how perceptions of 'male' and 'female' dating back to antiquity have become embedded in, and significantly influenced, subsequent perceptions of gender roles. Focusing on the figures of Prometheus, Pandora, Adam and Eve and their instantiations in a broad range of narratives and media from antiquity to the present day, they examine how variations on these myths reflect the concerns of the societies producing them and the malleability of the stories as they are recast to fit different contexts and different audiences.

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Muhlhauser, Regina, Sex and the Nazi Soldier: Violent, Commercial and Consensual Contacts During the War in the Soviet Union, 1941-1945. (Advances in Critical Military Studies) 256 pp. 2020:10 (Edinburgh U. Pr., UK) <667-2175>
ISBN 978-1-4744-5907-5 hard ¥21,527.- (税込) GB£ 95.00

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