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by Marilyn Cohen,Nancy J. Curtin

eBook Reclaiming Gender: Transgressive Identities in Modern Ireland download ISBN: 0312213379
Author: Marilyn Cohen,Nancy J. Curtin
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (December 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 298
ePub: 1718 kb
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Category: Political
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Familist Ideologies and Difficult Identities' in Cohen, Marilyn and Curtin, Nancy (eds) Reclaiming Gender, Transgressive Identities in Modern Ireland, St Martins Press/Macmillan: USA, pp69-90.

Nancy J. Curtin (1988), Professor of History. In 1999 I completed with anthropologist Marilyn Cohen a volume entitled Reclaiming Gender: Transgressive Identities in Modern Ireland published by St. Martin's Press. 18th-20th century Britain and Ireland; nationalism; gender and sexuality. This volume seeks to "reclaim gender" first, by rescuing it from the "herstory" which has characterized much of the previous contributions on gender in Ireland, and second, by mainstreaming gender analysis into some of the central questions of Irish studies-the state and nationalism, political economy, culture and religion, and the diaspora.

Irish State " in Marilyn Cohen and Nancy J. Curtin (eds) Reclaiming Gender: Transgressive Identities in Modern Ireland. The Living Stream: Literature and Revisionism in Ireland Newcastle: Bloodaxe Books.

Women Troubles, Queer Troubles: Gender, Sexuality, and the Politics of Selfhood in the Construction of the Northern Irish State " in Marilyn Cohen and Nancy J. Exploring Bodily Boundaries.

Ruth-Ann Harris, ‘Negotiating patriarchy: Irish women and the landlord’, in Marilyn Cohen and Nancy J. Curtin (eds), Reclaiming Gender: Transgressive Identities in Modern Ireland (New York, 1999), pp. 207–25. 12. Cited in James Donnelly, Jr, Landlord and Tenant in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (London, 1973), p. 8. oogle Scholar. 15. Janet K. TeBrake, ‘Irish peasant women in revolt: the Land League years’, Irish Historical Studies, vol.

In Reclaiming Gender: Transgressive Identities in Modern Ireland. Curtain, eds. Pp. 247–265. New York: St. Martin’s. TERM Fall '15. TAGS Anthropology, Fertility, Silence, Infertility, Assisted reproductive technology, MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY QUARTERLY.

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Reclaiming Gender is a pioneering work that advances Irish studies by stimulating interdisciplinary dialogue between general Irish studies and gender studies. The famine, Republicanism, queer studies, and emigration to England are all examined through a gendered lens, as gender is the crucial analytical thread that ties local action to the overall development of the world economy. By mainstreaming gender into the state, political economy, culture, and the Diaspora, this volume provides a feminist revision of Irish studies which challenges masculinized modes of cognition to rethink reality in gendered terms. The book provides a helpful introduction to major theoretical concerns as well as a fascinating revision of the modern Irish and diasporic experience.