Things I finished reading in October 2020:
- Allen, Amy. The power of feminist theory. Routledge, 2018.
- Allen, Amy, and Eduardo Mendieta, eds. Justification and Emancipation: The Critical Theory of Rainer Forst. Vol. 2. Penn State Press, 2019.
- Boyd, Nan Alamilla, and Horacio N. Roque Ramírez, eds. Bodies of evidence: The practice of queer oral history. Oxford University Press, 2012.
- Koenig, Barbara A., Lee, Sandra Soo-Jin, and Sarah S. Richardson, eds. Revisiting race in a genomic age. Rutgers University Press, 2008.
- Rose, Nikolas. Powers of freedom: Reframing political thought. Cambridge university press, 1999.
Papers and Chapters
- Kolanyane-Kesupile, Katlego, and John McAllister. “Indigeneity and ‘authenticity’in African trans* activism.” Sexualities (2020): 1363460720958928.
- Kulick, Don. “Vulnerable erotic subjects.” Sexualities (2019): 1363460719861817.
- Najmabadi, Afsaneh. “Beyond the Americas: are gender and sexuality useful categories of analysis?.” Journal of Women’s History 18.1 (2006): 11-21.
- Rosenberg, Shoshana, and PJ Matt Tilley. “‘A point of reference’: the insider/outsider research staircase and transgender people’s experiences of participating in trans-led research.” Qualitative Research (2020): 1468794120965371.
- Ross, Luana. “From the “F” word to indigenous/feminisms.” Wicazo Sa Review 24.2 (2009): 39-52.
- Salskov, Salla Aldrin. “A Critique of Our Own? On Intersectionality and “Epistemic Habits” in a Study of Racialization and Homonationalism in a Nordic Context.” NORA-Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 28.3 (2020): 251-265.
- Scott, Joan W. “Gender: a useful category of historical analysis.” The American historical review 91.5 (1986): 1053-1075.