By Linden Lewis
This quantity offers an interesting interdisciplinary method of the research of gender and sexual kinfolk within the Caribbean. Essays from sociological, literary, old, and political technological know-how methods hide the Hispanic-, French-, and English-speaking Caribbean components and tackle subject matters corresponding to sexuality, homosexuality, tradition, the physique, the prestige of girls, and the broader social kinfolk that tell those subjects.
Exploring the Intersections of Gender, Sexuality, and tradition within the Caribbean: An Introduction
Part 1. Theoretical Mediations on Gender within the Caribbean
1. Theorizing Ruptures in Gender structures and the undertaking of Modernity within the 20th Century Caribbean, via Violet Eudine Barriteau
2. The Globalization of the Discourse on Gender and Its impression at the Caribbean, via Hilbourne Watson
3. Caribbean Masculinity: Unpacking the Narrative, by means of Linden Lewis
Part 2. The Political Terrain of Gender and Sexuality
4. A Blueprint for Gender in Creole Trinidad: Exploring Gender Mythology via Calypsos of the Twenties and Nineteen Thirties, via Patricia Mohammed
5. renowned Imageries of Gender and Sexuality: negative and Working-Class Haitian Women's Discourses at the Use in their our bodies, via Carolle Charles
6. "The notorious Crime opposed to Nature": buildings of Heterosexuality and Lesbian Subversions in Puerto Rico, by way of Elizabeth Crespo-Kebler
Part three. Sexual Orientation and Male Socialization within the Caribbean
7. The function of the road within the Socialization of Caribbean men, via Barry Chevannes
8. Masculinity and tool in Puerto Rico, by way of Rafael Ramírez
9. Queering Cuba: Male Homosexuality within the brief Fiction of Manuel Granados, by means of Conrad James
Part four. Gender, Sexuality, and old Considerations
10. being affected by a constitution: Gender, organization, and Discourse, by way of Glyne Griffith
11. "It damage a great deal on the Time": Patriarchy, Rape tradition, and the Slave Body-Semiotic, via Joseph C. Dorsey
Linden Lewis is affiliate professor of sociology and anthropology at Bucknell college and the writer of various articles at the Caribbean.
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The thrills and chills of climbing literature have lengthy attracted a faithful viewers of great climbers, adventure-seekers, and armchair fans. In contemporary many years, students have come to view those stories of prowess and fortitude as texts weighted down with ideological which means. In "Imperial Ascent" a comparative learn of 7 such twentieth-century mountain climbing narratives, Peter L. Bayers articulates the a number of and sundry methods climbing and its literature have performed within the formation and upkeep of nationwide id. by means of interpreting such works as Belmore BrowneÂ’s "The Conquest of Mount McKinley" and Sir John HuntÂ’s "The Ascent of Everest," Bayers contends that for American and British climbers, climbing is tied to imperial ideology and dominant notions of masculinity.
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By Ian Balfour (Editor)
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