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Intersektionell analys: identiteter, etnicitet, genus, klass och sexualitet, 7.5 högskolepoäng

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Beslutsdatum: 2021-04-20
Beslutad av: Ämnesrådet för sociologi

Obligatory literature

 

Adib, Amel & Yvonne Guerrier (2003). The Interlocking of Gender with Nationality, Race, Ethnicity and Class: the Narratives of Women in Hotel Work. Gender, Work & Organization, 10(4), 413–432. (19p)

 

Acker, Joan (2006). Inequality regimes. Gender, class and race in organizations, Gender and society 20(4). (20 p)

 

Alinia, Minoo (2020). White ignorance, race, and feminist politics in Sweden, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43:16, 249-267, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2020.1775861 (18p)

 

Anthias, Floya (2005). “Social stratification and social inequality: models of intersectionality and identity”. In: Devine, Savage, Scott & Crompton (eds.), Rethinking Class: culture, identities & lifestyle. (20p)

 

Ahmed, Sara (2007). The Language of Diversity. Ethnic and Racial Studies 30, no. 2: 235-56. (21p)

 

Bacchi, Carol & Joan Eveline (2009). Gender mainstreaming or diversity mainstreaming? The politics of ‘doing’. NORA—Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, Vol. 17, No. 1, 2–17. (15p)

 

Beebeejaun, Yasminah (2017) Gender, urban space, and the right to everyday life, Journal of Urban Affairs, 39:3, 323-334, DOI: 10.1080/07352166.2016.1255526 (11p)

 

Behtoui, Alireza (2019). Swedish young people’s after-school extra-curricular activities: attendance, opportunities and consequences. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 40(3), 340-356. (16p)

 

Berggren, Kalle (2014). Hip hop feminism in Sweden: Intersectionality, feminist critique and female masculinity. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 21(3), 233 – 250 (17)

 

Ben-Moshe, Liat & Sandy Magaña (2014). An Introduction to Race, Gender, and Disability: Intersectionality, Disability Studies, and Families of Color. Women, Gender, and Families of Color 2(2), 105-114. (10 p)

 

Brah, Avtar & Phoenix, Ann (2004). Ain't I a woman? Revisiting intersectionality. Journal of International Women's Studies, vol 5 (3), pp. 75-86. (11 p)

 

Campbell, Fiona A. Kumari (2008). Exploring internalized ableism using critical race theory, Disability & Society, 23:2, 151-162, DOI: 10.1080/09687590701841190 (11p)

 

Carlsson, Nina (2020). Revitalizing the Indigenous, integrating into the colonized? The banal colonialism of immigrant integration in Swedish Sápmi. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 43(16), 268-286. (18p)

 

Combahee River Collective. (2014). A Black Feminist Statement. Women's Studies Quarterly, 42(3/4), 271-280. (10 p)

 

Crenshaw, Kimberlé W. (1991). Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color. Stanford Law Review, vol. 43, No. 6 (Jul.1991), pp. 1241-1299. (58 p)

 

Crompton, Rosemary (2003). Class and gender beyond the "cultural turn", Sociologia, , no. 42. (13 p)

 

De los Reyes, Paulina (2016). When feminism became gender equality and anti-racism turned into diversity management. In: Challenging the myth of gender equality in Sweden. (p. 23-47). (E-Book) (25 p)

 

Fenster, Tovi (2005). The Right to the Gendered City: Different Formations of Belonging in Everyday Life, Journal of Gender Studies, 14:3, 217-231, DOI: 10.1080/09589230500264109 (14 p)

 

Fraser, Nancy (2016). Contradictions of Capital and Care. New Left review, 100 July August. https://newleftreview.org/issues/ii100/articles/nancy-fraser-contradictions-of-capital-and-care (19p)

 

Hall, Melinda C. (2019). "Critical Disability Theory", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2019 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/win2019/entries/disability-critical/>. (25 p)

 

Hartmann, Heidi (1976). Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 1(3, Part 2), 137-169. (25 p)

 

Hunter, Shona (2010). What a White Shame: Race, Gender, and White Shame in the Relational Economy of Primary Health Care Organizations in England. Social Politics 17.4: 450-76. (15 p)

 

Kaijser, Anna & Annica Kronsell (2014). Climate change through the lens of intersectionality. Environmental politics 23, no. 3: 417-433. (16p)

 

Krekula, Clary, Pirjo Nikander, & Monika Wilińska. "Multiple marginalizations based on age: gendered ageism and beyond." In Contemporary perspectives on ageism, pp. 33-50. Springer, Cham, 2018. (17p)

 

Lawler, Steph (1999). ‘Getting out and getting away’: Women's narratives of class mobility. Feminist review, 63(1), 3-24. (21p)

 

Lawler, Steph (2012). White like them: Whiteness and anachronistic space in representations of the English white working class. Ethnicities, 12(4), 409–426. (17 p)

 

Lombardo, Emanuela & Mieke Verloo (2009). Institutionalizing intersectionality in the European Union? Policy developments and contestations. International Feminist Journal of Politics 11, no. 4: 478-495. (17p)

 

Martinsson, Lena; Griffin, Gabriele & Katarina Giritli Nygren (2016). Introduction: challenging the myth of gender equality in Sweden. In: Challenging the myth of gender equality in Sweden (p.1-23) (E-Book) (23 p)

 

McCall, Leslie (2005). The Complexity of Intersectionality, Signs , Vol. 30, No. 3 (Spring 2005), pp. 1771-1800 (30 p)

 

Mellquist, Joanna (2016). Officially Categorized Queers : Strategies, Risks and Unintentional Effects When Navigating the Swedish Asylum Apparatus (Master thesis). Södertörn University. Retrieved from http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:sh:diva-30648 (70p)

 

Mohanty, Chandra Talpade (2003). Feminism Without Borders. Decolonizing Theory, Practicing Solidarity. London: Duke University Press. (Chapters 1 and 6) (E-book) (50 p)

 

Mohanty, Chandra Talpade (2013). Transnational Feminist Crossings: On Neoliberalism and Radical Critique. Signs, 28:4, Intersectionality: Theorizing Power, Empowering Theory, (p.967-991) (24 p)

 

Parvulescu, Anca (2016). European Racial Triangulation. In: Ponzanesi, S. & Colpani, G. (eds.). Postcolonial transitions in Europe: contexts, practices and politics. London: Rowman & Littlefield International. (p.25-42) (E-Book) (17 p)

 

Prins, Baukje (2006). Narrative Accounts of Origins: A Blind Spot in the Intersectional Approach? European Journal of Women’s Studies, 13(3), 277–290. (15p)

 

Sohl, Lena (2018). Feel-bad Moments : Unpacking the Complexity of Class, Gender and Whiteness When Studying ‘up’. European Journal of Women's Studies, 25(4), 470-483. (12 p)

 

Sojka, Aleksandra (2020) Liminal Europeanness: whiteness, East–West mobility, and European citizenship. In: : Borderlands in European Gender Studies: Beyond the East–West Frontier / [eds.] Teresa Kulawik, Zhanna Kravchenko, London: Routledge, 2019, s. 191-210. (19p)

 

Walby, Sylvia, Armstrong, Jo & Sofia Strid (2012). Intersectionality: Multiple Inequalities in Social Theory, Sociology 46.2: 224-40. (16p)

 

West, Candace & Sarah Fenstermaker (1995). Doing Difference. Gender and Society, 9(1), 8-37. (29 p)

 

Yüksel, Metin (2006) The encounter of Kurdish women with nationalism in Turkey, Middle Eastern Studies, 42:5, 777-802,  (21 p)

 

Yuval-Davis, Nira (2006) Intersectionality and feminist politics. European Journal of Women's Studies, Vol. 13 (2), pp. 193–209. (16 p)