"Teaching with Gender" Book Series

Volume 16: Homonationalism, Femonationalism and Ablenationalism Contextualised

Homonationalism, Femonationalism and Ablenationalism : Critical Pedagogies Contextualised book cover

We are happy to announce that the new volume of the Teaching with Gender book series, titled ‘Homonationalism, Femonationalism and Ablenationalism: Critical Pedagogies Contextualised’ (Routledge 2022) is out! Edited by Angeliki Sifaki, Christine Quinan and Katarina Lončarević, this edited volume engages with a range of geographical, political and cultural contexts to intervene in ongoing scholarly discussions on the intersection of nationalism with gender, sexuality and race.

The book maps and analyses the racially and sexually normativising power of homonationalist, femonationalist and ablenationalist dynamics and structures, three strands of research that have thus far remained separate. Scholars and practitioners from different geopolitical and academic contexts highlight research on the complexities of women’s, LGBTQ+ communities’ and dis/abled individuals’ engagements with and subsumption within nationalist projects. Homonationalism, Femonationalism and Ablenationalism: Critical Pedagogies Contextualised offers added value for those researching and teaching on topics related to gender, sexuality, disability, (post)coloniality and nationalism and includes new pedagogical strategies for addressing such timely global phenomena.