Table of contents for Handbook of gender and women's studies / edited by Kathy Davis, Mary Evans, and Judith Lorber.


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Introduction - Kathy Davis, Mary Evans and Judith Lorber
PART ONE: CURRENT STATE OF WOMEN'S STUDIES, GENDER STUDIES AND STUDIES OF MEN
The Life and Times of Academic Feminism - Clare Hemmings
The Shadow and the Substance - Wendy Cealey Harrison
The Sex//Gender Debate
Changing Studies on Men and Masculinities - Jeff Hearn and Michael Kimmel
PART TWO: CULTURAL REPRESENTATIONS AND CRITIQUES
Gendered Cultures - Gabriele Griffin
The Social Foundations of the Sacred - Bronwyn Winter
Feminists and the Politics of Religion
The Crisis in Masculinity - David Morgan
PART THREE: KNOWLEDGE
Clearing Ground and Making Connections - Carolyn DiPalma and Kathy Ferguson
Modernism, Postmodernism, Feminism
Critical Interventions in Feminist Epistemology - Lorraine Code
Gender, Change and Education - Diana Leonard
PART FOUR: GLOBALIZATION AND THE STATE
Gender in a Global World - Miri Song
Insiders and Outsiders - Barbara Einhorn
Within and Beyond the Gendered Nation
Towards a New Theorizing of Women, Gender and War - Dubravka Zarkov
Mothers and Muslims, Sisters and Soujourners - Baukje Prins
The Contested Boundaries of Feminist Citizenship
PART FIVE: WORK AND FAMILY
Working with Gender - Rosemary Crompton
Gender, Care and the Welfare State - Clare Ungerson
Coming Together Through Change - Molly Monahan Lang and Barbara Risman
Family Diversity and Gender Convergence
PART SIX: INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS AND SEXUALITIES
Thinking Straight, Acting Bent - Chrys Ingraham
Heteronormativity and Homosexuality
Foregrounding Friendship - Sasha Roseneil
Feminist Pasts, Feminist Futures
Transgendering - Wendy McKenna and Suzanne Kessler
Blurring the Boundaries of Gender
PART SEVEN: EMBODIMENT IN A TECHNOLOGICAL WORLD
Gendered Bodies - Sharyn Roach Anleu
Between Conformity and Autonomy
The Natural World and the Nature of Gender - Irmgard Schultz
Gendered Science and Feminist Critiques of Technology - Jutta Weber
PART EIGHT: MAKING CHANGE
Moral Perspectives - Joan Tronto
Gender, Ethics and Political Theory
Having It All - Sue Wise and Liz Stanley
Feminist Fractured Foundationalism
From Autonomy to Solidarities - Manisha Desai
Transnational Feminist Political Strategies
Utopian Visions - Judith Lorber
A World Without Gender?
Getting Real - Mary Evans
Contextualising Gender
Feminist Politics of Location - Kathy Davis



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women's studies -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Gender identity.
Sex role.
Feminism.