Gender and Sexual Politics : A Central Issue for European Studies

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2012

Numéro spécial de Perspectives on Europe : Miniforum Gender & Sexuality

Sommaire de ce numéro :

Gender and Sexual Politics : A Central Issue for European Studies,
Isabelle Engeli (University of Ottawa) and David Paternotte (FNRS/Université libre de Bruxelles)

State Feminism in Europe : A Transformation of Gender Relations, Amy Mazur (Washington State University) and Dorothy Mc Bride (Florida Atlantic University)

Gendering Executive Attention : The Impact of Women’s Representation, Claire Annesley (University of Manchester), Isabelle Engeli (University of Ottawa) and Francesca Gains (University of Manchester)

Women and Gender in the Council for European Studies : Looking Back to the 1980s, Laura L. Frader (Northeastern University) and Siovahn A. Walker (Council for European Studies)

Gender and European Union Politics, Alison Woodward (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Building Europe : The International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) and LGBT activism in Central and Eastern Europe, Phillip Ayoub (Cornell University) and David Paternotte (FNRS/Université libre de Bruxelles)

Why Europe is lesbian & gay friendly ?, Angelia Wilson (University of Manchester)

Dangerous encounters : Gender and multiculturalism in Europe and beyond, Éléonore Lépinard (Université de Montréal/European University Institute)

European sexual nationalisms : The culturalization of citizenship and the sexual politics of belonging and exclusion, Paul Mepschen and Jan Willem Duyvendak (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

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