Paper $35.00 ISBN: 9780708321706 Published November 2010 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

Gendering Border Studies

Edited by Jane Aaron, Henrice Altink, and Chris Weedon

Gendering Border Studies
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Edited by Jane Aaron, Henrice Altink, and Chris Weedon

Distributed for University of Wales Press

281 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 | © 2010
Paper $35.00 ISBN: 9780708321706 Published November 2010 For sale in North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand only

The study of borders has recently undergone significant transitions, reflecting the transformation of the world political map as well as the changes in the ways boundaries themselves function. In Gendering Border Studies sixteen established scholars from a variety of disciplines examine how the issue of gender and borders has been approached in their field and describe what they expect from future research. This book will be of interest to scholars of border studies, gender studies, social anthropology, international politics, comparative literature, and Welsh studies.

Contents
Notes on Contributors
Introduction by Henrice Altink and Chris Weedon

I. Migration and Gender
1. Outside the Border of the Modern: Mexican Migration and 
    the Radicalized and Gendered Dynamics of US National Belonging
    Deborah Cohen
2. Accented Margins: Gendering the Borders of Diaspora
    Janet Bauer
3. Brazilian Women Crossing Borders
    Suzana Maia
4. Teacher Supply and the Wales–England Border, 1922–1950: a Gendered Perspective
    Sian Rhiannon Williams
II. Gendering Narratives of Border Crossing
5. Reading Gender in Border-crossing Narratives
    Johan Schimanski
6. Taking Sides: Power-play on the Welsh Border in Early Twentieth-century Women's Writing
    Jane Aaron
7. 'Those Blue Remembered Hills': Gender in Twentieth-century Welsh Border Writing by Men
    Katie Gramich
III. Gender and the Drawing of Internal Borders
8. Crossing Intimate Borders: Gender, Settler Colonialism and the Home
    Margaret D. Jacobs
9. Scottishness and Gender History in a Cross-border/International Context: Reinventing 
    the Border?
    Siân Reynolds
10. Sexual/Cultural Hybridity in the 'New' South Africa: Emergent Sites of Transnational 
      Queer Politics
      William J. Spurlin
11. The Construction and Negotiation of Radicalized Borders in Cardiff Docklands
      Glenn Jordan and Chris Weedon
IV. Teaching Gendered Borders
12. Locating the 'Border' in Gender: Creating Coherence in Border Pedagogy
      Jocelyn C. Ahlers and Kim Knowles-Yánez

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