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Gender reversals and gender cultures : anthropological and historical perspectives / edited by Sabrina Petra Ramet.

Contributor(s): Ramet, Sabrina P, 1949-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1996Description: xiii, 231 p.Other title: Gender reversals & gender cultures [Cover title].Subject(s): Sex role | Gender identity | Transvestism | Transsexualism | Taboo | Androgyny (Psychology) | Rol sexual | Andrógenos | Identidad sexualTambién disponible en versión electrónica. Consulte en Libros y Revistas electrónicas (
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Gender reversals and gender cultures (an introduction), Sabrina Petra Ramet; traversing gender - cultural context and gender practices, Anne Bolin; gender, gender roles, gender role reversals, Judith Ochshorn; cross dressing and cross purposes - gender possibilities in the acts of Thecla, J.L. Welch; martyrs, ascetics and gnostics - gender crossing in early Christianity, Karen Jo Torjensen; cross dressing, gender errors and sexual taboos in Renaissance literature, Winfred Schleiner; Elena alias Eleno - genders, sexualities, and "race" in the mirror of natural history in 16th-century Spain, Israel Burshatin; becoming male - salvation through gender modification in Hinduism and Buddhism, Cynthia Ann Humes; gender, power and spectacle in late-imperial Chinese theatre, Sophie Volpp; eroticism, sexuality and gender revearsal in Hungarian culture, Laszlo Kurti; sacred genders in Siberia - shamans, bear festivals and androgyny, Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer ; there is more than Just women and men - gender variance in North American Indian cultures, Sabine Lang; the procreactive and ritual constitution of female, male, and other - androgynous beings in the cultural imagination of the Bimin-Kuskusmin of Papua New Guinea, Fitz John Porter Poole.

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