Globalization, sex & gender spring 2005


Tues. Feb. 17 What Do We Mean by ‘Sex’ and ‘Gender’



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Tues. Feb. 17 What Do We Mean by ‘Sex’ and ‘Gender’


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*di Leonardo, Micaela and Roger Lancaster. 1996. “Gender, Sexuality and Political Economy.” New Politics 6(1, Summer):29-43.

Freud, Sigmund. 2000. Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality, James Strachey (ed.). New York: Basic Books.

Weeks, Jeffrey. 2003. Sexuality. London; New York: Routledge.
Thurs. Feb. 24 ‘Modern’ versus ‘Traditional’ Conceptualisations of Sex and Gender
* Introduction in Lenore Manderson and Margaret Jolly (eds.), Sites of Desire, Economies of Pleasure. 1997. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Tues. March 1 The Contemporary Sociology of ‘Sex’ and ‘Gender’:

& Identities/Class/Race

Thurs. March 3

Carillo, Hector. 2002. The Night is Young. London; Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Hochschild, Arlie and Barbara Ehrenreich (eds.). 2003. Global Woman. New York: Metropolitan Books.

Parrenas, Rhacel S. 2001. Servants of Globalization. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.


Note two particularly interesting books on the cultural impact of ‘globalization’ on China:

Dutton, Michael (ed.). 1998. Streetlife China. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Farrer, James. 2002. Opening Up. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: University of Chicago Press.




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