This framework not only must reveal the gendered
histories of the whole abolitionist movement (men and women, black and white, feminist and non-feminist), but also must encompass perspective of abolitionists' greatest riva ls for Northern whites' sympathies-the colonizationists--as well as those Northern free blacks who favored emigration while expressing their hostility to white colonization societies.
Clotilde Puertolas focuses on the highly gendered
nature of Pomplona's Sanfermines.
Examining the transition from slavery to free wage-labor in the British Cape Colony (South Africa), Scully argues that both slavery and emancipation were fundamentally gendered
Clare Midgley's edited collection provides a welcome and enriching extension to such work, the main value of which is twofold in its attention to both coloniser and colonised as variably gendered
, and to the intersections of gender with class and 'race', in and across the various sites of imperial encounters and interactions.
For instance, his study fails to fully explore the ways in which lesbian and gay histories are marked by class differences, as well as by gendered
distinctions among lesbians and gay men (along butch/femme or fairy/"normal"-man axes, for example), both of which are rigorously analyzed in several of the monographs he criticizes.
Admittedly, English is one of a number of languages that's chock full of gendered
nouns and pronouns which may make using gender neutral terms seem awkward at first.
However, the within-group differences exhibited in these studies are complicated by findings suggesting that Christians' beliefs regarding gender do not necessarily translate to gendered
Working Paper | Gendered
Perspectives on Economic Growth and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (/publication/gendered
In this paper I am particularly interested in exploring gender as a social construction, gendered
organizational mechanisms, practices and values, gender discrimination in labor markets and work organizations, and the gendered
organization of work.
practices in institutions of hegemonic masculinity.
In addition to a top-down approach there is also a need for more bottom-up interventions that aim at modifying the underlying gendered
structures of constraint, something which is particularly important in areas that are strongly regulated by gender norms.
The aim of the present study is to examine and evaluate gender as a structure of social relations (Lazaroiu, 2014), the gendered
character of emotional labor, relationships between gender and public administration, and the gendered
aspects of how emotional labor is undergone.