In light of the fact that the 108th annual conference of the American Sociological Association kicks off in New York at the end of this week, Signs is making freely available, for a limited period, two articles of interest to ASA members, or to anyone with an interest in feminist sociology. These two articles demonstrate […]
Posts tagged "Ashley Currier"
Ashley Currier’s Signs article “The Aftermath of Decolonization: Gender and Sexual Dissidence in Postindependence Namibia” has been awarded the 2013 Sex and Gender Distinguished Article Award from the Sex and Gender section of the American Sociological Association. Currier’s article, which was published in the Winter 2012 issue of Signs, explores the sociological effects of “political […]
Signs’s Winter 2012 issue is a special issue featuring feminist explorations of the intricacies of unfinished revolutions. In his introduction to the issue, guest editor Phillip Rothwell claims that “when assessing any revolution—whether it explicitly seeks political, aesthetic, or epistemological transformation—feminist experience teaches us that it is often best to analyze by looking for the […]