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Gendered Mobilizations and Intersectional Challenges
Contemporary Social Movements in Europe and North America
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Gendered Mobilizations and Intersectional Challenges is essential reading, from the comprehensive theoretical overview in the introduction, to the diverse and insightful case studies presented. Making intersectionality much more than a fashionable word, this collection examines the processes and practices that spur or block collaborative social movement strategies across many differences of status, political power and identity in the US and Europe. This book is perfectly timed to enhance activists' and scholars' appreciation of why doing intersectional movement work is essential to support these democracies in the face of growing attacks on inclusion and equality. -- Myra Marx Ferree, Alice H. Cook Professor of Sociology (emerita), University of Wisconsin-Madison This important volume-the first of its kind-brings into focus the challenges and opportunities of intersectional practices within gendered movements, and in a broad range of contemporary social movements, from Occupy, to Solidarity with refugees and BlackLivesMatter. Gendered Mobilizations and Intersectional Challenges is a crucial contribution for our understanding of intersectionality, that will help both scholars and activists identify and understand a plurality of intersectional voices. -- Eleonore Lepinard, Associate Professor, Centre for Gender Studies, University of Lausanne After long debates about intersectionality and transversal politics, this is an important and timely book. It represents forms of inclusive feminist activism in the face of exclusionary intersectional policies by right-wing populist actors and critically weighs the potential of these social justice movements. The comparative country focus and the systematic perspective on gendered social justice movements makes the volume a fundamentally important contribution to understanding current feminist movements as well as counter-movements against right-wing politics. -- Birgit Sauer, Professor of Political Science, University of Vienna This book importantly enhances existing scholarship on gendered movements. It does so by jointly studying feminist and women's movements with mobilizations that are gendered but have another dominant focus (on race or sexuality), or that act at the intersections. It also presents a much needed theoretical and methodological framework for applying intersectionality theory to the study of social movements. -- Karen Celis, Research Professor, Department of Political Science, Vrije Universiteit Brussel Drawing on a wide range of European and North American cases, this urgently needed volume asks: what does social movement intersectionality look like, when is it employed, how, and to what end? The book tackles some of the biggest challenges facing social movements today, which find themselves under pressure from the economy, a perceived immigration crisis, and political forces that are tearing communities apart. This important book allows for new ways of thinking about how to build alliances across social identities in trying times. -- Aili Mari Tripp, Wangari Maathai Professor of Political Science & Gender and Women's Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison Theorizing intersectionality as a social movement ethic and political practice as well as a research paradigm, this impressive collection illuminates dimensions of power obscured in mainstream political science and addresses persistent dilemmas that haunt efforts to recognize complex vectors of marginalization while attempting to mobilize coalitions for progressive political transformation. -- Mary Hawkesworth, Distinguished Professor, Political Science and Women's & Gender Studies, Rutgers University
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Jill Irvine is Presidential Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Oklahoma. She is founding director and currently co-director of the OU Center for Social Justice. Sabine Lang is Associate Professor of International and European Studies at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies of the University of Washington. Celeste Montoya is Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is Director of the Miramontes Arts & Science Program.
Introduction: Gendered Mobilizations and Intersectional Challenges Jill Irvine, Sabine Lang, Celeste Montoya Part I. Intersectionality Within Gendered Social Movements Chapter 1: Activism on Reproductive Right as Gendered Mobilization in Ireland: The Limits and Potential of Solidarity across Difference. Pauline Cullen Chapter 2: Feminist Policy Mobilization and Intersectional Consciousness: The Case of Swedish Domestic Services Tax Reform (RUT) Andrea Spehar Chapter 3: The Politics of Intersectionality in Activism against Domestic Violence in Hungary and Romania Raluca Maria Popa and Andrea Krizsan Chapter 4: Non-Intersectionality: An Analysis of Conservative Women's NGOs in Turkey Ayse Dursun Chapter 5: Political Opportunities and Intersectional Politics in Croatia Jill A. Irvine and Leda Sutlovic Chapter 6: Intersectional and Transnational Alliances during Times of Crisis: The European LGBT Movement Phillip Ayoub Part II. Transversal Mobilization - Building Alliances across Social Justice Movements Chapter 7: From Identity Politics to Intersectionality? Identity-Based Organizing in the Occupy Movements Celeste Montoya Chapter 8: Navigating Transnational Complicities: Police Abolition, Settler Colonialism, and Intersectionality in Deadly Exchanges Rachel H. Brown Chapter 9: Enacting Intersectional Solidarity in the Puerto Rican Student Movement Fernando Tormos Chapter 10: Whose Refugees? Gender, "Cultural" Misunderstandings, and the Politics of Translation in Germany and Denmark Nicole Doerr Chapter 11: Equality and Recognition or Transformation and Dissent? Intersectionality and the Filipino Migrants' Movement in Canada. Ethel Tungohan Chapter 12: Sistas Doing It for Themselves: Black Women's Activism #BlackLivesMatter in the U.S. and France. Jean Beaman and Nadia Brown Chapter 13: Understanding Transnational Social Movements as Mimicking Alpine Formation Petra Ahrens