Gender, Definitional Politics and 'Live' Knowledge Production Contesting Concepts at Conferences Routledge Critical Studies in Gender and Sexuality in Education Series
Auteur : Henderson Emily F.
This book is dedicated to exploring the definitional politics which surround the concept of gender in ?live? knowledge production. While conferences remain an under-researched phenomenon, this volume places conference knowledge production under the spotlight; conferences, in particular national women?s studies association conferences in the UK, the US and India, are explored as sites where definitional politics play out. The cumulative theorization of ?live? conceptual knowledge production that is developed throughout the book draws on established constructs such as performativity, citationality, intersectionality, materiality, and events, and calls for more attention to be paid to conceptual knowledge production, so as to make more space for potentially transformative conceptual change.
Chapter 1: Gender, definitional politics and ‘live’ knowledge production
Chapter 2: Foregrounding conferences as sites of ‘live’ knowledge production
Chapter 3: Theorising concepts and conceptual performativity
Chapter 4: Citationality, elsewhereness and the definitional politics of intersectionality
Chapter 5: Bodies in spaces at conferences – the citationality of materiality
Chapter 6: Eventful performatives in ‘live’ knowledge production
Chapter 7: Contesting concepts at conferences
Date de parution : 06-2019
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