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Joan Z. Spade is professor emerita of sociology at The College at Brockport, State University of New York, in Brockport, New York. She received her PhD from the University of Buffalo. She has been teaching and writing in the field for more than 30 years: highlights include a semester teaching in Budapest, Hungary, as a Fulbright Scholar, and authoring articles on rape culture, meaning of work in mens and womens lives, gender and family, and gender in education. She is a coauthor of Schools and Society: A Sociological Approach to Education, coeditor of Implementing Educational Reform: Sociological Perspectives on Educational Policy, and coauthor of articles in sociology of education on stratification and grouping practices in education. Currently she is researching academic governance in higher education. She is a member of the ASA, the Eastern Sociological Society, and Sociologists for Women in Society.
Catherine (Kay) G. Valentine is professor emerita of sociology at Nazareth College in Rochester, New York. She received her Ph.D. from Syracuse University and her B.A. from the State University of New York at Albany. Kay taught a wide range of courses, such as sociology of gender, senior seminar in sociology, sociology of bodies and emotions, sociology of consumerism, and human sexuality. Her publications include articles on teaching sociology, womens bodies and emotions, gender and qualitative research, and the sociology of art museums. She is the founding director of womens studies at Nazareth College and long-time member of the American Sociological Association and Sociologists for Women in Society. She has also served as president of the New York State Sociological Association. Kay and her life partner, Paul J. Burgett, University of Rochester vice president and professor of music, are devotees of the arts and world travel.
Preface Introduction Part I: Prisms Chapter 1: The Prism of Gender Gender as a Social Structure: Theory Wrestling with Activism - Barbara J. Risman What It Means to Be Gendered Me - Betsy Lucal Reflecting on Intersex: 25 Years of Activism, Mobilization, and Change - Georgiann Davis and Sharon E. Preves The Trouble with Testosterone - Robert M. Sapolsky "I Don't Like Passing as a Straight Woman": Queer Negotiations of Identity and Social Group Membership - Carla A. Pfeffer Multiple Genders Among Native Americans - Serena Nanda Chapter 2: The Interaction of Gender with Other Socially Constructed Prisms Intersectionality: A Transformative Paradigm in Feminist Theory and Social Justice - Bonnie Thornton Dill and Marla H. Kohlman "I was Aggressive for the Streets, Pretty for the Pictures": Gender, Difference, and the Inner-City Girl - Nikki Jones Asian American Women and Racialized Femininities: "Doing" Gender Across Cultural Worlds - Karen D. Pyke and Denise L. Johnson Intersectionality in a Transnational World - Bandana Purkayastha Chapter 3: Gender and the Prism of Culture "It's Only a Penis": Rape, Feminism, and Difference - Christine Helliwell Conceptualizing Thai Genderscapes: Transformation and Continuity in the Thai Sex/Gender System - Dredge Byung'chu Kang Nocturnal Queers: Rent Boys' Masculinity in Istanbul - Cenk Ozbay Accra Turns Lives Around: Female Migrant Traders and Their Empowerment Experiences in Accra, Ghana - Charlotte Wrigley-Asante Gender and Power - Maria Alexandra Lepowsky Part II: Patterns Chapter 4: Learning and Doing Gender The Gender Binary Meets the Gender Variant Child: Parents' Negotiations with Childhood Gender Variance - Elizabeth P. Rahilly Athletes in the Pool, Girls and Boys on Deck: The Contextual Construction of Gender in Coed Youth Swimming - Michela Musto Gender in Twentieth-Century Children's Books: Patterns of Disparity in Titles and Central Characters - Janice McCabe, Emily Fairchild, Liz Grauerholz, Bernice A. Pescosolido, and Daniel Tope What Gender is Science? - Maria Charles "Barbie Dolls" on the Pitch: Identity Work, Defensive Othering, and Inequality in Women's Rugby - Matthew B. Ezzell Chapter 5: Buying and Selling Gender The Pink Dragon is Female: Halloween Costumes and Gender Markers - Adie Nelson Performing Third World Poverty: Racialized Femininities in Sex Work - Kimberly Hoang Firming the Floppy Penis: Age, Class, and Gender Relations in the Lives of Old Men - Toni Calasanti and Neal King #RETHINKPINK: Moving Beyond Breast Cancer Awareness, SWS Distinguished Feminist Lecture - Gayle Sulik "We Wear No Pant": Selling the Crisis of Masculinity in the 2010 Super Bowl Commercials - Kyle Green and Madison Van Oort Chapter 6: Tracing Gender's Mark on Bodies, Sexualities, and Emotions Embodied Inequality: The Experience of Domestic Work in Urban Ecuador - Erynn Masi De Casanova Individual Bodies, Collective State Interests: The Case of Israeli Combat Soldiers - Orna Sasson-Levy Equal Opportunity Objectification? The Sexualization of Men and Women on the Cover of Rolling Stone - Erin Hatton and Mary Nell Trautner 'Freedom To' and 'Freedom From': A New Vision for Sex-Positive Politics - Breanne Fahs "Malu": Coloring Shame and Shaming the Color of Beauty in Transnational Indonesia - L. Ayu Saraswati Chapter 7: Gender at Work Inequality Regimes: Gender, Class, and Race in Organizations - Joan Acker Gendered Organizations in the New Economy - Christine L. Williams, Chandra Muller, and Kristine Kilanski Racializing the Glass Escalator: Reconsidering Men's Experiences With Women's Work - Adia Harvey Wingfield Hard Drives and Glass Ceilings: Gender Stratification in High-Tech Production - Steven C. McKay (Un)Changing Institutions: Work, Family, and Gender in the New Economy - Amy S. Wharton Preparing for Parenthood: Gender, Aspirations, and the Reproduction of Labor Market Inequality - Brooke Conroy Bass Chapter 8: Gender