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Performing Femininity

Rewriting Gender Identity (Ethnographic Alternatives Book Series)

by Lesa Lockford

  • 374 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by AltaMira Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feminism,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Sociology, Social Studies,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Feminism & Feminist Theory,
  • Performing Arts / General,
  • Feminist theory,
  • Body, Human,
  • Performing arts,
  • Social aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8007105M
    ISBN 10075910073X
    ISBN 109780759100732

    Having already dealt a first blow against the Annales tradition in French historiography by proclaiming, in , "the return of the event," the historian-editor Pierre Nora ("Le retour de l'événement," in Faire de l'histoire, vol.I [Gallimard, ], Nouveaux problèmes) committed a second seeming heresy in by heralding the revival of another bête noire of the Annales . Performing Femininity is a project embedded in a feminist consciousness concerned with negotiating experiences of femininity through the physical appearances of women. This project supports my ongoing research trajectory of investigating how the male gaze, the female gaze and western mass media influence how women evaluate their sense of self.

    This is the first anthology to explore the fertile intersection of dance and political studies. It offers new perspectives on the connections of dance to governmental, state and party politics, war, nationalism, activism, terrorism, human rights, political ideologies and cultural policy. This cutting-edge book features previously unpublished work by leading scholars of dance, theatre, politics. Books shelved as biblical-femininity: Feminine By Design: The Twelve Pillars of Biblical Womanhood by Scott T. Brown, The Hidden Art of Homemaking by Edi.

    Performing Femininity. Storytelling and gender. Michelle Smith. Author. Book Traces: crowdsourcing the history of 19th-century books and reading. Michelle Smith, Deakin University. Performing Identity and Gender in Literature, Theatre and the Visual Arts xiii criticized by the gay community for ‘presenting his queer self in such a monstrous fashion.’ I would like to argue that the expression of such a monstrous fashion can be perceived as both authentic and theatrical at the same time. Chapter Six.


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A personal, revealing, and sometimes humorous exploration of female experience, Performing Femininity challenges traditional and feminist perspectives on gender roles. Using ethnographic method, Lesa Lockford transforms herself into an image-obsessed weight watcher, an exotic dancer, and a theatrical performer.

In several evocative narratives, Lockford uses this. Performing Femininity will be a provocative read for the student of feminist thought and for those researchers looking at innovative ways to produce and present their research.

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Performing Femininity is composed of a series of performances presented by the author to a varied audience, from customers at a strip club in New Orleans to a university class, in which a feminist history "Spin the Bottle" game was an integral part.

A personal, revealing, and sometimes humorous exploration of female experience, Performing Femininity challenges traditional and feminist perspectives on gender roles. Using ethnographic method, Lesa Lockford transforms herself into an image-obsessed weight watcher, an exotic dancer, and a Price: $   But gender is a performance — and indeed, there are lots of little ways we're expected to perform femininity and masculinity on a daily basis.

These behaviors aren't harmful in of themselves. 2 thoughts on “ The Costs of Performing Femininity ” K September 1, at am. I agree that it can be pretty expensive to get all fancied up – not just the costs of purchasing makeup and nicer clothing, but also the time spent on crafting that ‘look’.

Which of the following is evidence of women performing emphasized femininity. Combat positions in the U.S. military have been opened to women. Stay-at-home moms are being committed to performing unpaid work at home.

Parents are encouraging their daughters to aspire for traditionally male occupations. performing femininity: woman as performer in early Russian cinema Rachel Morley, I.B. Taurus, London and New York,pp., ISBN:£ (Hbk) Inspired fundamentally by Judith Butler’s theoretical position that gender is ‘a process of interpreting.

Some of Case's other books include Divided Home/Land: Contemporary German Women's Plays and The Domain-Matrix: Performing Lesbian at the End of Print Culture. Case also edited and wrote the forward to the book, Split Britches, which traces the history of the world's first and most important lesbian-feminist theater company.

Mulinari, D & Neergaard, ADoing Racism, Performing Femininity. Women in the Sweden Democrats. in M Kötting, R Bitzan & A Petö (eds), Gender and the Far Right Politics in Europe. Gender and Politics, Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. This collection of essays considers the ways in which feminism is still an important issue in twenty-first century society.

Looking at various forms of literature, media, and popular culture, the book establishes that contemporary images of femininity.

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Performing femininity is not a sign of weakness, but rather but it is a sign that we live in a consumerist culture which works very hard to teach us what it means to ‘be a man’ and what it means to ‘be a woman’.The Book of Dolores is a book of photographs and paintings exploring femininity written by William T.

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