1 edition of Queering families found in the catalog.
Carla A. Pfeffer
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 211-231) and index.
|Statement||Carla A. Pfeffer|
|Series||Sexuality, identity, and society series, Sexuality, identity, and society series|
|LC Classifications||HQ77.9 .P5155 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 248 pages|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||2016025514|
narrative strategies the reader is forced to perceive family as anything but the "normal," conserva? tive, and heterosexist institution usually imagined as corresponding to the term. Perhaps the most transparent and easily traceable strategy employed in this story is a queering of the family ro? mance. Queering Family Trees explores the lived experience of queer mothers in the United States, drawing on over one hundred interviews with African American, Latina, Native American, white, and Asian American lesbian mothers living in a range of socioeconomic circumstances to show how they have navigated family-making. While the legalization of same.
They can include supportive queer family relationships that came about out of kinship or necessity in place of or in addition to our legal/bio families. This blog is about our queer family–a queer power femme, pansexual, Korean-American adoptee, vegan, feminist, cisgender woman and a label-wary, fashion-forward, queer, trans* boi. Queering Family Communication 71 Around the same time, Suter’s work explored more of the symbolic and meaning-making aspects of queer partnerships, often establishing them as families with rituals and relational meaning systems. For example, in one study she and her colleagues learned that 85% of queer couples indicated that.
point, is that the book is written in a highly accessible way. Rather than assume everyone understands what is meant by “queering” or “postmod-ern families,” Pfeffer explains without relying on jargon. For example, in explaining the postmodern aspects of the sexual lives of these couples, she. The now-famous book about two penguin dads, And Tango Makes Three, by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell, caused quite a stir when it was published: it .
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Buy the book; q u e e r i n g f a m i l i e s: the Queering families book partnerships of cisgender women and transgender men. endorsements. a book by carla a. pfeffer. from oxford university press (). "Queering Families is an extraordinary book that simultaneously challenges mainstream conceptions of family and exposes the very real struggle of even the most radical of queers to envision family labor in new and feminist ways.
Nuanced but highly readable, Pfeffer illuminates that families are not best understood as a set of static roles, but Cited by: Review author: Alexander Young, MA Citation: Carla Pfeffer: Oxford University Press, Carla Pfeffer, PhD, professor, sociologist and author of the book Queering Families, provides a well-rounded and surprisingly intimate look at a world within the transgender community involving cisgender women and transgender r leads the reader through her natural academic curiosity while.
Queering Families The Postmodern Partnerships of Cisgender Women and Transgender Men Carla A. Pfeffer Sexuality, Identity, and Society. Represents the largest, most geographically comprehensive, in-depth interview study conducted with the cisgender women Queering families book of.
Book Description. At a time of increasingly diverse and dynamic debates on the intersections of contemporary LGBTQ rights, trans* visibility, same-sex families, and sexualities education, there is surprisingly little writing on what it means to queer notions of family and kinship networks in.
Queering Sexuality Education in Family and in School Sandra L. Faulkner Un/queering Family in the Media: Keywords Eloise D.
Brook 3. Un/queering Family in the Media Eloise D. Brook Posthuman Families, Queerly: Keywords Anne M. Harris 4. Posthuman Families, Queerly Anne M. Harris Waiting for Queer: Keywords Stacy Holman Jones 5.
Overall, Queering Families is a welcome addition to the literature on family, gender, and sexualities and would fit well in upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in sociology andwomen, gender, and sexuality studies. The writing is accessible and not bogged down with academic jargon.
The book even includes a glossary for readers less familiar with trans and queer s: 2. Queering Families, Schooling Publics.
DOI link for Queering Families, Schooling Publics. Queering Families, Schooling Publics book DOI link for Queering Families, Schooling Publics. Queering Families, Schooling Publics book. Keywords. By Anne M. Harris, Stacy Holman Jones, Sandra L. Faulkner, Eloise D.
Brook. Edition 1st Edition. First. Conceived as a collection of keywords that take up the vocabulary of queerness, queering practices, and queer families, the authors employ a nuanced intersectional approach to connect the damaging and persistent invisibility of their subject to the complex and dominant and normalizing discourses of marriage and family.
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The writing is accessible and not bogged down with academic jargon. The book even includes a glossary for readers less familiar with trans and queer terminology/5(2). Queering Families Author(s): Carla A.
Pfeffer Publisher: Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter. Queering Families details the struggles and strengths of these postmodern \"Harriets\" as they work to build identities, partnerships, families, and communities.
Pfeffer\'s interviewees discuss the implications of visibility and invisibilty in their everyday lives as they. This beautifully written book is a must-read for any serious scholar of family, gender, sexuality, and social movements." -- Brian Powell, Indiana University " Queering Marriage is a careful, fair, and compelling analysis of how same-sex couples navigate the multiple and often conflicting meanings of marriage; impressive, tidy, and accessible Cited by: Buy Queering Families, Schooling Publics: Keywords (Routledge Critical Studies in Gender and Sexuality in Education Book 8): Read Kindle Store Reviews - Queering Marriage: Challenging Family Formation in the United States.
In this Book. Additional Information. Queering Marriage: Challenging Family Formation in the United States In Queering Marriage, Katrina Kimport uses in-depth interviews with participants in the San Francisco weddings to argue that same-sex marriage cannot be understood Cited by: Get this from a library.
Queering families: the postmodern partnerships of cisgender women and transgender men. [Carla A Pfeffer] -- While there is a growing body of literature on transgender men's experiences, relatively little exists to document the experiences of their partners. In 'Queering Families', Carla A. Pfeffer brings.
This beautifully written book is a must-read for any serious scholar of family, gender, sexuality, and social movements." — Brian Powell " Queering Marriage is a careful, fair, and compelling analysis of how same-sex couples navigate the multiple and often conflicting meanings of marriage; impressive, tidy, and accessible, it will also appeal.
These books, though, reveal far more than cutesy anecdotes. They are instructional, cathartic, and ethical, explaining different family models, connecting children with LGBTQ identities or parents to fictional counterparts, and teaching values of acceptance at impressionable ages.
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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Queering Families (Sexuality, Identity, and Society) That being said, the book is well researched and written, and provides insight into a sub-community in modern queer culture rarely discussed.
The research and interviews bring light to topics not often considered such as the state of /5.Queering Methods. A broad set of pragmatic issues are relevant to methods and methodologies in scholarship on queer families (see Russell & Muraco, ; Umberson, Thomeer, Kroeger, Lodge, & Xu, ).We describe a few issues in what follows and acknowledge there are others not included here because they exceed the scope of this article.Queering Family Photography [Exhibition] The Family Camera Network [Public Humanities] Feeling Photography [Book] LGBTQ Oral History Digtal Collaboratory [Public History].