In this handbook we, as editors, are deeply indebted to those authors who have vividly brought together the range and vitality of current writing about the issue of gender. It is impossible to read this handbook without a sense of pride in the academic achievements of those individuals who have contributed to the gendering of the human subject in the university (and indeed outside it) and, through this, to the recognition that human knowledge might in the past have been inadequate or blind in its discussion of the human condition. People, it is now recognized, come in two sexes and even if we differ about where to take this fact of existence, its very presence has played a crucial ...
Getting Real: Contextualizing Gender
Getting real: Contextualizing gender