Friday, November 22 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Session 136
The Political (Ab) Uses of Sources and Theories to control Gendered Bodies

Chair: Martin J. Goessl, Institute of Social Work, University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM
Discussant: Martin J. Goessl, Institute of Social Work, University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM

1. When Gender Theory Explains Suicidal Behavior: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges of Suicide during Compulsory Service in GreeceAngeliki Drongiti, Université Paris 8.

2. Understanding the History of Carceral Reform in the United StatesCarolyn Levy, Pennsylvania State University.

3. Locating Kink in the Archives: Does Metadata at Cultural Institutions Help or Harm?Jessica Linke, Texas Woman's University.

4. From Cold War to War on Terror: “Femininity Control” Tests to “Gender Verification” in International Women’s SportsValerie Moyer, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY).

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