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Rousseau, Nicole

Black Woman’s Burden

Rousseau, Nicole - Black Woman’s Burden, ebook

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Table of contents

Part 1. Why Black Reproduction?

1. Introduction
Nicole Rousseau

2. On Historical Womanist Theory
Nicole Rousseau

3. On Historical Materialist Method
Nicole Rousseau

4. The Significance of Social Rhetoric
Nicole Rousseau

Part 2. Slavery Matters!

5. Becoming Instruments of Production
Nicole Rousseau

6. Is This the White Man’s Burden—Or Ours?
Nicole Rousseau

7. Age Old Pimpin’: Exploitative Reproductive Policies
Nicole Rousseau

Part 3. Emancipated… Not Liberated

8. Labor in the Industrial Age
Nicole Rousseau

9. Becoming a Social Problem
Nicole Rousseau

10. Morons, Mental Defectives, Prostitutes, and Dope Fiends: Restrictive Reproductive Policies
Nicole Rousseau

Part 4. A Brand New Day

11. Global Capitalism in the Electronic Age
Nicole Rousseau

12. Pathologizing the Black Woman
Nicole Rousseau

13. She’s Out of Control: Controlling Reproductive Policies
Nicole Rousseau

14. Vilifying Black Motherhood
Nicole Rousseau

15. Gettin’ Your Tubes Tied: Coercive Reproductive Policies
Nicole Rousseau

Part 5. Commodifying Black Reproduction

16. Rationalizing Commodification
Nicole Rousseau

17. Justifying Commodification
Nicole Rousseau

18. Critiquing Commodification: Connecting to Historical Womanism
Nicole Rousseau

19. Understanding Commodification
Nicole Rousseau

Part 6. Liberation

20. Finding Freedom
Nicole Rousseau

Keywords: History, History of the Americas, Gender Studies, Ethnicity Studies, African Culture, Sociology, general, Anthropology

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
239 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230623941
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-37909-5

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