- xv, 344 pages : illustrations, portraits
- Additional Authors
- Cox, Aimee Meredith,
- "The chapters in this volume creatively engage the correspondence between people and space. Gender: Space explores various sites through which gender, gender norms, and gendered identities are constructed and deconstructed, and the multiple ways gendered bodies make, occupy, reclaim, and discover space in a mutually constituting relationship"--Foundations -- The cult of true womanhood / Beryl Satter -- The politics of respectability / Treva B. Lindsey -- Feminist architectural theory / Lori Brown -- Labor, land, and local transformations -- Environmentalism, and industrial labor / Karen Hobert and Danielle DiNovelli-Lang -- Neighborhood transitions / Ana Aparicio -- Tourism and labor landscapes in the Caribbean / Mary Pena -- Land loss and memory in New Orleans / Monica Barra -- Constructing and challenging norms -- Disability tropes and visual culture / Micki McGee -- Women, drugs, and the state / Daliah Heller and Kate McCoy -- LGBTQ families and public policy / Sarah Tobias -- Access and space making -- Resisting walls in a Mexican prison / Marisa Riusÿ -- Campus sexual assault reform / Salamishah Tillet -- Food access in the United States / Ashant Reese -- Black LGBTQ youth and survival / Darnell L. Moore -- Performing and curating the body -- Dance, virtuosity, and queer Black masculinity / Ariel Osterweis -- Performance and slavery reenactments / Dennis Tyler -- Theater and girls? : resistance / Dana Edell -- Creole women's erotic performance / Courtney Morris -- Feminisms and exhibition making / Taylor Le Melle -- Gender off / OnLine -- Cyber communities / Andrea Lieber -- Video games and gaming culture / Mary Flanagan -- Racialized masculinity in digital space / Krystal A. Smalls.Includes bibliographical references and index.