v.13, 2015, Race, Resistance, Reason: Contextualizing Racial Epistemologies, Imagining Social Justice

This special issue of Wagadu, edited by Mechthild Nagel, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Gender and Intercultural Studies, SUNY Cortland, takes to task the complexities of gendered lives in a global racialized world.

Table of Contents

Special Issue

Editorial PDF HTML
Mechthild Nagel
Race, Immigration Reform, and Heteropatriarchal Masculinity: Reframing the Obama Presidency ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Seth N. Asumah
Angela Y Davis and Assata Shakur as Women Outlaws: Resisting U.S. State Violence ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Mechthild Nagel
Race-based Epistemologies: The Role of Race and Dominance in Knowledge Production ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Shana Almeida
The Coloniality of Language: Race, Expressivity, Power, and the Darker Side of Modernity ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Gabriela A. Veronelli
“Ain’t No Real Pimps Out There No More”: Street-involved Women’s Characterizations of Men Who Facilitate Street-based Sex Work ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Susan Dewey & Rhett Epler
Spousal Violence, Women, and Resistance in Postsocialist China ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Tiantian Zheng
Homemakers, Communists, and Refugees: Smuggling Anti-Apartheid Refugees in Rural Lesotho in the 1960s and 1970s ABSTRACT PDF HTML
John Aerni-Flessner
The Intricacies of Adopting International “Norms” from the Bottom Up ABSTRACT PDF HTML
Malia Lee Womack

Book Reviews

Male Sex Work and Society by Victor Minichiello & John Scott, Harrington Press, 2014 PDF HTML
Lorna Barton
Sexuality in School: The Limits of Education by Jen Gilbert, University of Minnesota Press, 2014 PDF HTML
Jessi Hitchins
Willful Subjects by Sara Ahmed, Duke University Press, 2014 PDF HTML
Samantha A. Langsdale