A feminist critic provides the first book-length literary exploration of Freud's classic study, The Psychopathology of Everyday Life.
A unique glimpse into the hopes and fears of the Japanese people as coeducation was first introduced in the Occupation period.
Gives critical attention to the issue of Japan’s low level of gender equality and the conflicting information from surveys of women reporting a high sense of well-being
This groundbreaking work in gender and performance, with a new introduction and updated bibliography
An international picture of New Woman in film and photography
Sheds light on the complex cultural politics that surround the promotion of breastfeeding at a time of global health crises
The gender-bending performances of Diane Torr, creator of the Man for a Day workshops
Rediscovers and celebrates the long-neglected writing of one of the world's most important feminist anarchists
A challenging critique of academic culture and its blindspots
The first reexamination of a key theorist of anthropology
Distinguished international scholars examine the neglected issue of the body and its status in classical antiquity
Explores notions of masculinity in Gothic film and fiction
What Black Beauty and other books by women of this period reveal about their notions of nation, identity, and empire
Leading critics, scholars, and theater practictioners consider the most talked-about play of the 1990s
Groundbreaking perspectives on disability in culture and the arts that shed light on notions of identity and social marginality
A look at women's changing roles and images in the emerging new Russian society
Why do Americans find it appealing to create and live in artificial worlds--whether in space, at Disneyland, in computer networks, or in our own minds?
Perspectives on the profound impact of feminist scholarship on the major academic disciplines
Buss has compiled the stories of 10 lower-income women, told in their own words