ARCP 15: Sex and Power in the University (2018)

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Editors: Karuna Chandrashekar, Kimberly Lacroix and Sabah Siddiqui

This special issue of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology on Sex and Power in the University emerges in response to the series of debates and discussions that followed the #MeToo movement. In this volume, our contributors have come together to knit a feminist undertaking to critique and challenge the University.

CONTENTS

 

Editorial | Sex and Power in the University

Chandrashekar, Lacroix & Siddiqui

3
Special Article | Complaint as Feminist Pedagogy

Ahmed

14
A Feminist Trade Unionist Response to the Academy as a Workplace: A Conversation about Sexual Coercion

Nayak & Sheehy

26
Harassments and Dating Violence among University Students in Japan

Akazawa & Aono

49
A Deafening Silence: Fetishizing the Feminine by Wanna be Good Guys in the Academy

Skott-Myhre

65
The University and Gender-based Violence: Feminist experiences and reflections from Mexico

Huacuz Elías & Gamboa Solís

81
Speculations from the Borderlands of Knowledge and Survival in the Academy

Chatterjee

99
Talking about Gender Neutral Bathrooms: Reproducing Gender in Online Interaction

Kiguwa

114
An Explorative Examination into Japanese Transgender Experiences

Machida

135
Ethics & Transference at the University

Nikolič

153
 

A Charged Conversation: Between the Clinic and the Classroom

Haq & Chandrashekar

 

167

Romantic Relationship and Sexuality Problems of Japanese Women Students

Inosaki, Kasai & Aono

181
Sexual Violence in Greek universities: Politics of Disclosure, Interventions and Institutional change

Zavos

199
Don’t stay silent: Network of Female Professors against Gender Violence at University of São Paulo (USP)

Cruz, Buarque de Almeida, D’Oliveira, Freire de Araujo Lima, Lago & Machado

222

 

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