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Complicating Categories: Gender, Class, Race and Ethnicity

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Part of International Review of Social History Supplements

Eileen Boris, Ileen A. DeVault, Fatima El-Tayeb, Laura Levine Frader, Raelene Frances, Sandra E. Greene, Angélique Janssens, Laura Dudley Jenkins, Michele Mitchell
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  • Date Published: April 2000
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521786416

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  • This volume deals with the question of inequality through race, class and gender. Most studies only concern themselves with either class and gender, or with the combination of race or gender. What happens if we throw all three concepts into the analysis? The volume seeks to explore how race, class and gender are interrelated in the study of topics such as social transformation, national identity, sexuality and work. The volume should be of interest to both students and scholars in gender and race studies, labor history, sociology, history, non-Western history.

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    • Date Published: April 2000
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521786416
    • length: 176 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 10 mm
    • weight: 0.27kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Complicating categories: an introduction Eileen Boris and Angélique Janssens
    2. Family concerns: gender and ethnicity in pre-colonial West Africa Sandra E. Greene
    3. Narratives serially constructed and lived: ethnicity in cross-gender strikes 1887–1903 Ileen A. DeVault
    4. Competing inequalities: the struggle over reserved legislative seats for women in India Laura Dudley Jenkins
    5. 'The black man's burdens': African Americans, imperialism and notions of racial manhood 1890–1910 Michele Mitchell
    6. Sex workers or citizens? Prostitution and the shaping of 'settler' society in Australia Raelene Frances
    7. From muscles to nerves: gender, 'race' and the body at work in France 1919–1939 Laura Levine Frader
    8. 'Blood is a very special juice': racialized bodies and citizenship in twentieth-century Germany Fatima El-Tayeb.

  • Editors

    Eileen Boris, University of Virginia

    Angelique Janssens, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands


    Eileen Boris, Ileen A. DeVault, Fatima El-Tayeb, Laura Levine Frader, Raelene Frances, Sandra E. Greene, Angélique Janssens, Laura Dudley Jenkins, Michele Mitchell

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