Intersexualities

Introduction

The IntersexualiTIES group aims to trigger a critical reflection about Politics and power relationships from the perspective of theories that problematise Gender, Sex and Sexualities.

Considering that there are social groups lacking representation in a number of recognised political structures, that there are subjects (human or literary) ignored or discarted and that neither Sciences nor Humanities are immune to sexual politics, the group will focus its research on the following topics:

  • Who owns a voice and who doesn’t?
  • Which bodies matter and which bodies are left out of the frame of materiality, not even seeming to deserve to become matter (be it physical, scientific or even literary)?
  • Which frontiers are set between genres and genders, between science and literature, between local and global, and who or what sets them?

 

Scientific coordination: Ana Luísa Amaral.

InterSexBase

BADINTER, Elisabeth (1986), L’un est l’autre : des relations entre hommes et femmes, Paris, Odile Jacob, ISBN 2-02-018922-4.

BARRADAS, Ana (2006), Dicionário de Mulheres Rebeldes, Lisboa, Ela por Ela, ISBN 972-8860-28-5.

BARRENO, Maria Isabel / Horta, Maria Teresa / Costa, Maria Velho da (2010), Novas Cartas Portuguesas: Edição Anotada, pref. Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo, Lisboa, D. Quixote, ISBN 978-972-20-4011-2.

BEASLEY, Chris (2009), Gender and sexuality: critical theories, critical thinkers, London, Sage, ISBN 978-0-7619-6979-2.

BRAIDOTTI, Rosi (1994), Nomadic subjects: embodiment and sexual difference in contemporary feminist theory, New York, Columbia University Press, ISBN 0-231-08235-5.

BUTLER, Judith (2000), Antigone’s claim: kinship between life and death, New York, Columbia University Press, ISBN 978-0-231-11895-8.

COOPER, Jane Roberta (1995), Reading Adrienne Rich: reviews and re-visions, Michigan, The University of Michigan Press, ISBN 0-472-06350-2.

CORBER, Robert J. / Valocchi, Stephen (eds.) (2004), Queer studies: an interdisciplinary reader, Malden, Blackwell, ISBN 0-631-22917-5.

CRESPO, Ana Isabel et alli (2008), Variações sobre sexo e género, Lisboa, Livros Horizonte, ISBN 978-972-24-1619-1.

EATON, Heather/ Lorentzen, Lois Ann (eds.) (2003), Ecofeminism and globalization: exploring culture, context and religion, Lanham, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ISBN 0-7425-2698-4.

GEOFFROY, Sophie/ Féral, Claude/ Jorrand, Sophie/ Bosquet, Marie-Françoise (eds.) (2012), Genre et dynamiques interculturelles: la transmission, Paris, L’Harmattan, ISBN 978-2-336-00373-3.

GOODMAN, Lizbeth (1996), Literature and gender, London, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-13574-5.

GOTTLIEB, Roger S. (2004), This sacred earth: religion, nature, environment, New York, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-94360-4.

HULL, Carrie (2006), The ontology of sex: a critical inquiry into de deconstruction and reconstruction of categories, New York, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-35979-1.

KIMMEL, Michael / Hearn, Jeff / Connell, R. W. (eds.) (2005), Handbook of studies on men & masculinities, Thousand Oaks, Sage, ISBN 978-0-7619-2369-5.

MACEDO, Ana Gabriela / Rayner, Francesca (eds.) (2001), Género, cultura visual e performance: antologia crítica, Vila Nova de Famalicão, Húmus, ISBN 978-989-8139-78-8.

MEYERS, Jeffrey (1987), Homossexuality and literature: 1890-1930, London, The Athlone Press, ISBN 0-485-12054-2.

MOI, Toril (1985), Sexual, textual politics: feminist literary theory, London, Routledge, ISBN 0-415-02974-0.

RICHARDSON, Diane / Robinson, Victoria (eds.) (2008), Introducing gender and women´s studies, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 978-0230-54300-3.

SALIH, Sara (ed.) (2005), The Judith Butler reader, Malden, Blackwell Publishing, ISBN 978-0-631-22594-2.

SEDGWICK, Eve Kosofsky (2003), Epistemologia do armário, trad. Ana R. Luís e Fernando Matos Oliveira, Coimbra, Angelus Novus, ISBN 972-8115-93-8.

PAGE, Ruth E. (2006), Literary and linguistic approaches to feminist narratology, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN 978-1-4039-9116-4.

VICENTE, Filipa Lowndes (2012), A arte sem história: mulheres e cultura artística (séculos XVI-XX), Lisboa, Athena – Babel, ISBN 978-989-31-0029-5.