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Imagining transgender

David Valentine

Imagining transgender

an ethnography of a category

by David Valentine

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transsexualism,
  • Transsexuals -- Social conditions,
  • Transsexuals -- Identity,
  • Transsexualism -- Research,
  • Anthropology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDavid Valentine.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ77.7 V35 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17851661M
    ISBN 109780822338536, 9780822338697
    LC Control Number2007006304

    This list of transgender publications includes books, magazines, and academic journals about transgender people, culture, and thought. Some publishers of transgender-related books include Trans-Genre Press, Topside Press and Transgress Press. Bill's New Frock () by Anne Fine is a children's book for younger readers. Instead, Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the birth of the category “transgender” as a site of subject formation as well as subju-gation. It is, therefore, a book that should be of interest to a large group of readers: those interested in notions of gender and sexuality, those in-.

      In her book Transgender History, transgender studies scholar and historian Susan Stryker describes three very public incidents in which “transgender and gay resentment of police oppression erupted into collective resistance” by hundreds of people at Cooper’s donuts in in Los Angeles, at Dewey’s lunch counter in Philadelphia in Author: micha cárdenas. Personal Access. If you have access to this journal as a benefit of membership in the sponsoring organization, log in through the member link in the right column.

      Books about LGBTQ history, including Stonewall, queer media, the persecution of LGBTQ people by the federal government, and more. Transgender Warriors is an eye-opening jaunt through the history of gender expression and a powerful testament to the rebellious and survival, this book is at once an imagining and an invitation to the reader Author: Christina Orlando.   Download Imagining Germany Imagining Asia (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture).


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Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts/5.

Imagining Transgender. is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative by:   Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism.

Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative : David Valentine.

Imagining Transgender offers a provocative on-the-ground account of this important shift in Western notions of gender identity and sexuality. The book is sure to stir debate in the emerging field of transgender studies, as well as in other disciplines that concern themselves with this timely topic.”Author: David Valentine.

Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts.5/5(1).

Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts.

Imagining Transgender: An Ethnography of a Category by David Valentine Imagining Transgender | Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political : Duke University Press.

Adam, Barry D. The Rise of a Gay and Lesbian Movement. Rev. New York: Twayne ón, Norma. “The Theoretical Subject(s) of This Brid. Description of the book "Imagining Transgender: An Ethnography of a Category": Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism.

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Imagining Transgender. is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts/5(6).

Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts.5/5.

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Get FREE 7. What the reader realizes after reading Imagining Transgender is that if any of these histories have a coherent institutional narrative, they diversify infinitely, it seems, at the local level.

While the term transgender purports to gather all ways of "being" sex/gender non-normative under one umbrella, people make meaning of themselves moment to moment within a neighborhood or a club, a. Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism.

Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts.

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ISBN Daniela Jauk & Kathryn Feltey Published online: 27 March Springer Science+Business Media, LLC Imagining Transgender. Catalog Imagining transgender» Book a Imagining transgender -- Making community -- "I know what I am": gender, sexuality, and identity -- The making of a field: anthropology and transgender studies -- The logic of inclusion: transgender activism.

Valentine, Imagining Transgender, 53– See also aaa Stryker, “Transgender Studies: Queer Theory’s Evil Twin”; and Susan Stryker, “Transgender History, Homonormativity, and Disciplinarity,” Radical History Review (): – Google ScholarCited by: 1. Imagining transgender: an ethnography of a category.

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Find items in libraries near you. What David Valentine does in the fourth chapter of his book entitled Imagining Transgender is describe the complexities of trying to create a stable field known as “transgender studies.” Three primary themes are discussed in the chapter.

The first being about what types of literature. Imagining Transgender is an ethnography of the emergence and institutionalization of transgender as a category of collective identity and political activism. Embraced by activists in the early s to advocate for gender-variant people, the category quickly gained momentum in public health, social service, scholarly, and legislative contexts.