The Resource Feminism after 9/11 : womens bodies as cultural and political threat, Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo

Feminism after 9/11 : womens bodies as cultural and political threat, Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo

Label
Feminism after 9/11 : womens bodies as cultural and political threat
Title
Feminism after 9/11
Title remainder
womens bodies as cultural and political threat
Statement of responsibility
Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo
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Contributor
Author
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Subject
Language
eng
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NhCcYBP
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Lugo-Lugo, Carmen R
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1155
LC item number
.L84 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Bloodsworth-Lugo, Mary K
  • ProQuest
Series statement
Breaking feminist waves
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  • Feminism
  • Sex role
  • Women
  • Women
Label
Feminism after 9/11 : womens bodies as cultural and political threat, Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Women's Bodies and Feminism "After" 9/11; Women's Bodies as 9/11 Threat; Outlining the 9/11 Project; The White Racial Frame, Systemic Gendered Racism, and the 9/11 Project; Intersectional Feminism; Feminism and U.S. Security in a 9/11 Era; Focusing on 9/11 and the Reification Question; Chapter Progression; Works Cited; Chapter 2 The Gendered and Racialized Threat of First Lady Michelle Obama; Black Female Bodies and Historical Representations; The Historical First Lady and the First Black First Lady; Michelle Obama's Body and Mediating Stereotypes
  • Reconfiguring the MammyReconfiguring the Jezebel; Conclusion: "I Want to Kill Her"; Works Cited; Chapter 3 Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Citizenship, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor; The "Wise Latina" Comment; Sotomayor and the 9/11 Project; Sotomayor's Temperament Problem; Sotomayor as Immigrant; Sotomayor as Foreigner; Sotomayor as Non-White; The Case of Elena Kagan; Conclusion: "Violent Puerto Rican Terrorists"; Works Cited; Chapter 4 Race, Gender, Sexuality, and the Threat of "Anchor/Terror Babies"; Immigrants as Terrorist(ic) Threats; Immigrants as Gender Neutral and Terrorists as Men
  • Public Rhetoric and the "Terror" of Latina ImmigrantsBaby (Terrorist) Threats; Conclusion: A Country Terrorized by Babies; Works Cited; Chapter 5 Sexual(ized) Terrorist Threats in an Age of Marriage Equality; Threatening Gayness and the Cold War as Historical Backdrop; Same-Sex Couples/Marriage and 9/11 Terrorist Conflations; 9/11 Inflections and Gay Bodies: Example 1; 9/11 Inflections and Gay Bodies: Example 2; Conclusion: The (Terrorist) Threat of Same-Sex Couples/Marriage; Works Cited; Chapter 6 (Trans)Gender Threats in a 9/11 Era; The Case of Amanda Simpson; The First; The Former
  • The Female-BodiedTransgender Bodies and Terrorism; Conclusion; Works Cited; Chapter 7 The "War on Women" and the 9/11 Project; The "War on Women"; Context for the "War on Women"; Terrorist(ic) Conflations; More Rhetorical Approaches; The Inflated Climate of Fear; A Time After 9/11?; Feminism in the Present Moment; Works Cited; Bibliography; Index
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137545824
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
14852118
System control number
(NhCcYBP)14852118
Label
Feminism after 9/11 : womens bodies as cultural and political threat, Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo, Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Women's Bodies and Feminism "After" 9/11; Women's Bodies as 9/11 Threat; Outlining the 9/11 Project; The White Racial Frame, Systemic Gendered Racism, and the 9/11 Project; Intersectional Feminism; Feminism and U.S. Security in a 9/11 Era; Focusing on 9/11 and the Reification Question; Chapter Progression; Works Cited; Chapter 2 The Gendered and Racialized Threat of First Lady Michelle Obama; Black Female Bodies and Historical Representations; The Historical First Lady and the First Black First Lady; Michelle Obama's Body and Mediating Stereotypes
  • Reconfiguring the MammyReconfiguring the Jezebel; Conclusion: "I Want to Kill Her"; Works Cited; Chapter 3 Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Citizenship, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor; The "Wise Latina" Comment; Sotomayor and the 9/11 Project; Sotomayor's Temperament Problem; Sotomayor as Immigrant; Sotomayor as Foreigner; Sotomayor as Non-White; The Case of Elena Kagan; Conclusion: "Violent Puerto Rican Terrorists"; Works Cited; Chapter 4 Race, Gender, Sexuality, and the Threat of "Anchor/Terror Babies"; Immigrants as Terrorist(ic) Threats; Immigrants as Gender Neutral and Terrorists as Men
  • Public Rhetoric and the "Terror" of Latina ImmigrantsBaby (Terrorist) Threats; Conclusion: A Country Terrorized by Babies; Works Cited; Chapter 5 Sexual(ized) Terrorist Threats in an Age of Marriage Equality; Threatening Gayness and the Cold War as Historical Backdrop; Same-Sex Couples/Marriage and 9/11 Terrorist Conflations; 9/11 Inflections and Gay Bodies: Example 1; 9/11 Inflections and Gay Bodies: Example 2; Conclusion: The (Terrorist) Threat of Same-Sex Couples/Marriage; Works Cited; Chapter 6 (Trans)Gender Threats in a 9/11 Era; The Case of Amanda Simpson; The First; The Former
  • The Female-BodiedTransgender Bodies and Terrorism; Conclusion; Works Cited; Chapter 7 The "War on Women" and the 9/11 Project; The "War on Women"; Context for the "War on Women"; Terrorist(ic) Conflations; More Rhetorical Approaches; The Inflated Climate of Fear; A Time After 9/11?; Feminism in the Present Moment; Works Cited; Bibliography; Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137545824
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
14852118
System control number
(NhCcYBP)14852118

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