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Doing Gender Research as a ‘Gendered Subject’

Challenges and Sparks of Being a Dual-Citizen Woman Researcher in Iran

Rassa Ghaffari

This article explores the methodological and ethical matters I encountered during my field research in the Islamic Republic of Iran for my PhD dissertation on gender issues. These observations are based on my own experience, thoughts and

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Autonomous Vehicles and Gender

A Commentary

Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder

of gender and identity developing as some of the most significant. We can understand matters of gender and power by (at least) two vectors: discursive formations in which language use frames experience, and individual performed experiences—ones that

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Gender and Empire

The Imprisonment of Women in Eighteenth-Century Siberia

Gwyn Bourlakov

critical sites for the consolidation of imperial power and illustrates the gendered dynamic of exile and incarceration. Convents were not only communal spaces for religious women but also prisons where violent intimacies were established to dislocate

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Gender, Leadership and Representative Democracy

The Differential Impacts of the Global Pandemic

Kim Rubenstein, Trish Bergin, and Pia Rowe

participation. These factors profoundly affect levels of trust in public decision making. The COVID-19 pandemic provides a useful framework to reflect on how the leadership “picture” literally looks and the place of gender in thinking about the underpinnings of

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Gendered Images and Soviet Subjects

How the Komsomol Archive Enriched My Understanding of Gender in Soviet War Culture

Adrienne M. Harris

My research investigates questions of identity and memory as shaped primarily by the Second World War and the fall of communist regimes in the Eastern Bloc. I aim to elucidate the construction of national and gender identities, the creation of

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Does Gender Play a Role?

A Gendered Frame Analysis of the Pandemic Skeptic Protests in Austria

Antje Daniel, Markus Brunner, and Florian Knasmüller

because they are overrepresented in key infrastructures, such as hospitals and supermarkets, whose resources were highly strained during the pandemic. 3 At first glance, looking at the gendered burden of the pandemic, it is not surprising that a high

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Female Politicians’ Gendered Communicative Structures

A Multimodal Combination of Masculine Verbal and Feminine Nonverbal Patterns

Tsfira Grebelsky-Lichtman and Keren Mabar

A significant political development over the past decade has been the growing number of women running for senior national political positions ( Fracchiolla 2011 ). This trend has sparked broad academic interest in gender and political

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The Contradictory Emotions of Gendered Labor

A Case Study of Daughters’ Caregiving in Rural Guangdong

Xiang Zou

). Although significant changes have happened in the patriarchal family institution, many patriarchal norms and related practices embodying gender and generational inequalities still persist ( Obendiek 2017 ). On the gender axis, there is a continued

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A gendered ethnography of elites

Women, inequality, and social reproduction

Luna Glucksberg

Introduction: A gendered, critical ethnography of elites This article answers the call of this theme section—for an anthropology of elites that is both ethnographic and attuned to political economic critique—by looking ethnographically at the

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Gendered Power Struggles beyond the Male-Female Dichotomy

Syrian Mothers-in-Law Exercising Power within Patriarchal Structures

Michelle Lokot

comments emerged accounts of mothers-in-law using their power over daughters-in-law. In my research on gender norms among Syrians, I sought to understand this particular relationship alongside contrasting narratives from humanitarian agencies about Syrian