New issue of free online academic journal now available
Assuming Gender is a Cardiff University project, comprising a journal, seminar, and lecture series. This interdisciplinary project is dedicated to the timely analysis of constructions of gendered texts, practices, and subjectivities and seeks to engage with contemporary conceptions of gender, while participating in the dialogues and tensions that maintain the urgency of such conversations. The new issue consists of the following articles and reviews, all free to download online as PDF files:
- Susanne Wegener, 'Forget Modesty – Here Comes the Tail: Abject Bodies, Post-Humanistic Philosophy and Larissa Lai’s Salt Fish Girl'
- David Andrew Griffiths, 'Evolution, Bodies and Pleasures, and a Monstrous Queer Future'
- Virgil W. Brower, 'Ethics is a Gustics: Phenomenology, Gender, and Oral Sexuality (from ‘Entre Nous’ to ‘Lèvres Nous’)'
- Anindya Raychaudhuri, 'The Tragic Woman: Female Victimhood in the Cinema of the Spanish Civil War'
- Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality, Reproduction and Women’s Health in the Second Wave (Review: Angie Dell)
- Out in the Country: Youth, Media, and Queer Visibility in Rural America (Review: Kat Deerfield
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