Gayle S. Rubin (born 1949) is an American cultural anthropologist best known as an activist and theorist of sex and gender politics. She has written on a range of subjects including feminism, sadomasochism, prostitution, pedophilia, pornography and lesbian literature, as well as anthropological studies and histories of sexual subcultures, especially focused in urban contexts. She is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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  • Gayle S. Rubin (* 1949) ist eine amerikanische Feministin, die hauptsächlich auf dem Gebiet der Anthropologie und der Gesellschaftspolitik mit Schwerpunkt auf Frauen- und Gender Studies gearbeitet hat. Sie hat u. a. die Diskussion um Pornografie sowie einvernehmlichen Sadomasochismus in der als Feminist Sex Wars bekannt gewordenen Kontroverse zwischen sogenannten sex-positiven- und anti-pornografischen Feministinnen maßgeblich angeregt. (de)
  • Gayle S. Rubin (1949) es antropóloga cultural estadounidense y mejor conocida como activista y teórica influyente en políticas de sexo y género. Ha escrito acerca de varios temas que incluyen feminismo, sadomasoquismo, prostitución, pedofilia, pornografía y literatura lesbiana, así como estudios antropológicos sobre subculturas sexuales. (es)
  • Gayle S. Rubin (born 1949) is an American cultural anthropologist best known as an activist and theorist of sex and gender politics. She has written on a range of subjects including feminism, sadomasochism, prostitution, pedophilia, pornography and lesbian literature, as well as anthropological studies and histories of sexual subcultures, especially focused in urban contexts. She is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. (en)
  • Gayle S. Rubin, née en 1949, est une anthropologue et une militante féministe. Elle a notamment élaboré le concept de « système de sexe/genre » dans Marché aux femmes (The Traffic in Women), article qu'elle publia en 1975, et pour avoir, dans Penser le sexe, article publié en 1984, jeté les bases d'une « théorie radicale de la sexualité », ouvrant la voie aux études gaies et lesbiennes et aux études sur la sexualité moderne. (fr)
  • Ha scritto libri su una vasta gamma di argomenti tra i quali il femminismo, il sadomasochismo, la prostituzione, la pedofilia, la pornografia e la letteratura lesbica; si è inoltre dedicata a studi antropologici e alla storia delle sottoculture sessuali, focalizzandosi in special modo sui contesti urbani. È attualmente professore associato di antropologia e studi sulla donna all'Università del Michigan, ad Ann Arbor. (it)
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  • 1949-1-1
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  • --06-07
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  • Association for Queer Anthropology Ruth Benedict Book Prize
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  • Gayle S. Rubin
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  • The Valley of the Kings: Leathermen in San Francisco, 1960–1990
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  • F. O. Matthiessen Visiting Professorship of Gender and Sexuality at Harvard University
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  • American cultural anthropologist, activist, and feminist (en)
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  • Gayle S. Rubin (* 1949) ist eine amerikanische Feministin, die hauptsächlich auf dem Gebiet der Anthropologie und der Gesellschaftspolitik mit Schwerpunkt auf Frauen- und Gender Studies gearbeitet hat. Sie hat u. a. die Diskussion um Pornografie sowie einvernehmlichen Sadomasochismus in der als Feminist Sex Wars bekannt gewordenen Kontroverse zwischen sogenannten sex-positiven- und anti-pornografischen Feministinnen maßgeblich angeregt. (de)
  • Gayle S. Rubin (1949) es antropóloga cultural estadounidense y mejor conocida como activista y teórica influyente en políticas de sexo y género. Ha escrito acerca de varios temas que incluyen feminismo, sadomasoquismo, prostitución, pedofilia, pornografía y literatura lesbiana, así como estudios antropológicos sobre subculturas sexuales. (es)
  • Gayle S. Rubin (born 1949) is an American cultural anthropologist best known as an activist and theorist of sex and gender politics. She has written on a range of subjects including feminism, sadomasochism, prostitution, pedophilia, pornography and lesbian literature, as well as anthropological studies and histories of sexual subcultures, especially focused in urban contexts. She is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. (en)
  • Gayle S. Rubin, née en 1949, est une anthropologue et une militante féministe. Elle a notamment élaboré le concept de « système de sexe/genre » dans Marché aux femmes (The Traffic in Women), article qu'elle publia en 1975, et pour avoir, dans Penser le sexe, article publié en 1984, jeté les bases d'une « théorie radicale de la sexualité », ouvrant la voie aux études gaies et lesbiennes et aux études sur la sexualité moderne. (fr)
  • Ha scritto libri su una vasta gamma di argomenti tra i quali il femminismo, il sadomasochismo, la prostituzione, la pedofilia, la pornografia e la letteratura lesbica; si è inoltre dedicata a studi antropologici e alla storia delle sottoculture sessuali, focalizzandosi in special modo sui contesti urbani. È attualmente professore associato di antropologia e studi sulla donna all'Università del Michigan, ad Ann Arbor. (it)
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