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May Friedman, Carla Rice, Jen Rinaldi
Thickening Fat: Fat Bodies, Intersectionality, and Social Justice seeks to explore the multiple, variable, and embodied experiences of fat oppression and fat activisms. Moving beyond an analysis of fat oppression as singular, this book will aim to...
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Kate Rossiter is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University's Brantford campus, and is the Principal of "Recounting Huronia: An Arts-Based Participatory Research Project." Kate's background combines the critical social scientific study of public health and embodiment with theatre and performance studies. Kate lives in Brantford, Ontario with her partner and two children. Jen Rinaldi is an Assistant Professor in the Legal Studies Program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Her research takes up how non-normative-particularly cripped, Mad, fat, and queer-bodies are read, marked, and produced in and through socio-legal discourse. She explores these themes using collaborative and narrative-based methodologies and community arts praxis. Jen lives in Toronto, Ontario.
Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: The Institutional Cases & the Conditions for Moral Abdication; Chapter 3: The Institutional Violence Continuum; Chapter 4: Thoughtlessness & Violence as Work Culture; Chapter 5: Quantifying & Re-Inscribing Violence; Chapter 6: Embedded Trauma & Embodied Resistance; Chapter 7: Conclusion; Bibliography