Mapping Intimacies: Relations, Exchanges, Affects

Hardcover | September 6, 2013

EditorTam Sanger, Yvette Taylor

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Mapping Intimacies: Relations, Exchanges, Affects explores the shifting terrain of intimate life through diverse contemporary studies, asking what is 'exchanged' in relating, what and who is made 'intimate' and how can intimacy be re-mapped, personally and politically? The book engages with a range of issues such as polyamory, sex work, trans partnerships, domestic violence, older LGB caring practices, class distinctions and inequalities, donor conception, STI transmission, women-only spaces, same-sex recognition and migrant families from across the globe including Cambodia, Italy, Portugal, the UK and the Caribbean. It queries, celebrates and critiques the boundaries of current theorizing and offers insights into the nuances of everyday affect, emotion and exchange.

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Mapping Intimacies: Relations, Exchanges, Affects explores the shifting terrain of intimate life through diverse contemporary studies, asking what is 'exchanged' in relating, what and who is made 'intimate' and how can intimacy be re-mapped, personally and politically? The book engages with a range of issues such as polyamory, sex work...

Tam Sanger is an Independent Researcher at the Open University, UK. Her publications include Trans People's Partnerships: Towards an Ethics of Intimacy, Trans Governmentality: The Production and Regulation of Gendered Subjectivities, and Transgender Identities: Towards a Social Analysis of Gender Diversity (co-edited with Sally Hines)...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 9.67 × 5.66 × 0.96 inPublished:September 6, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Tam Sanger and Yvette Taylor
PART I: EMBODIED EXCHANGES: CHOICE, RISK AND VALUE
1. The Ties That Bind: Intimacy, Class, Sexuality; Yvette Taylor
2. Transnational Intimacies: Examples from Cambodia; Heidi Hoefinger
3. Lesbian Love and the Troublesome Sperm Donor: Intimacy, Normality and Morality in New Stories about Conception; Petra Nordqvist
4. Discourses of Female-to-Female STI Transmission: Of the Dent in Identity and Moments of Fixing; Anne Rudolph
PART II: (DIS)ORDERING RELATIONS: VIOLENCE, VIOLATION, VOLITION
5. On Putting Down and Destroying: Affective Economies of a Women-Only Club in Istanbul; Evren Savci
6. Queering Care in Later Life: The Lived Experiences and Intimacies of Older Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Adults; Andrew King and Ann Cronin
7. 'She Expected her Women to be Pretty, Subservient, Dinner on the Table at Six': Problematising the Narrative of Egalitarianism in Lesbian Relationships through Accounts of Woman-to-Woman Partner Abuse; Rebecca Barnes
8. Blue Rinse Blues? Older Lesbians' Experiences of Domestic Violence; Megan Todd
PART III: INTIMACIES: AFFECTIVE PROXIMITIES AND DISTANCES
9. Trans People's Partnerships: Rethinking the Limits of Relating; Tam Sanger
10. Queering Polyamory: From One Love to Many Loves and Back Again; Meg Barker, Jamie Heckert and Eleanor Wilkinson
11. Intimacy in Times of (De)normalization: Same-Sex Relational Recognition in Portugal; Ana Cristina Santos
12. 'Non-normative' Family Lives? Mapping Migrant Youth's Family and Intimate Relationships across National Divides and Spatial Distance; Tracey Ann Reynolds and Elisabetta Zontini

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"Offering a journey through different forms of intimacy, this book offers a great read for understanding the arrival and future for the queer citizen. Detailing how the publicity of privacy is lived via polyromanticism, homonationalism, violence, friendships and domesticity and class, this collection of intimate lives offer rare glimpses into relations not usually seen, known or understood." - Beverley Skeggs, Professor of Sociology, Goldsmiths University of London, UK