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Intersectionality and Beyond: Law, Power and the Politics of Location

Edited by: Emily Grabham, Davina Cooper, Jane Krishnada, Didi Herman

ISBN13: 9780415432436
Published: September 2008
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £37.99

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This collection addresses the present and the future of the concept of intersectionality within socio-legal studies. Intersectionality provides a metaphorical schema for understanding the interaction of different forms of disadvantage, including race, sexuality, and gender. But it also goes further to provide a particular model of how these aspects of social identity and location converge – whether at the level of subjectivity, everyday life, in culture or in the institutional practices of state and other bodies.

Including contributions from a range of international scholars, this book interrogates what has become a key organizing concept across a range of disciplines, most particularly law, political theory, and cultural studies.

Part 1: Mapping the Concept
1. Intersectionality and the Feminist Project in Law
Joanne Conaghan
2. The Complexity of Intersectionality Leslie McCall
Part 2: Confronting Law
3. Intersectionality Analysis in the Sentencing of Aboriginal Women in Canada: What Difference Does it Make?
Toni Williams
4. Sexual Violence, Ethnicity, and Intersectionality in International Criminal Law
Doris Buss
5. Intersectionality in Theory and Practice
Suzanne Goldberg
6. Identifying Disadvantage: Beyond Intersectionality
Rosemary Hunter and Tracey De Simone
7. Intersectionality: Traumatic Impressions
Emily Grabham
Part 3: Power Relations and the State
8. Transitional Intersections: Gender, Sect and Class in Northern Ireland
Eilish Rooney
9. Minority Politics in Korea: Disability, Interraciality, and Gender
Eunjung Kim 1
0. Rights at the Intersection: Recasting Fragments, Rebuilding Cultural, Spatial and Material Lives
Jane Krishnadas
11. Migrant Women Destabilising Borders: Citizenship Debates in Ireland
Siobhan Mullally
Part 4: Complicating Intersectionality
12. Alternative Universalisms: Intersectionality and the Limits of Liberal Discourse
Lakshmi Arya
13. Inequality and Difference in Everyday Utopia
Davina Cooper
14. Theorising Intersectionality: Identities, Equality, and Ontology
Momin Rahman