Free articles in anticipation of the American Sociological Association’s 2013 Annual MeetingSigns is making freely available, for a limited period, two articles of interest to ASA members, or to anyone with an interest in feminist sociology. Ashley Currier’s article “The Aftermath of Decolonization: Gender and Sexual Dissidence in Postindependence Namibia,” published in the Winter 2012 issue of Signs, has been awarded the 2013 Sex and Gender Distinguished Article Award from the Sex and Gender section of the American Sociological Association, and will be open access for the next two weeks.Also free is Leslie McCall’s “The Complexity of Intersectionality,” which explores the impact of intersectionality, a major paradigm of research in women’s studies and elsewhere, on social research methodologies. For more information, and to view other highlights of the feminist sociology published in Signs, visit the Signs blog.  

Free articles in anticipation of the American Sociological Association’s 2013 Annual Meeting

Signs is making freely available, for a limited period, two articles of interest to ASA members, or to anyone with an interest in feminist sociology. Ashley Currier’s article “The Aftermath of Decolonization: Gender and Sexual Dissidence in Postindependence Namibia,” published in the Winter 2012 issue of Signs, has been awarded the 2013 Sex and Gender Distinguished Article Award from the Sex and Gender section of the American Sociological Association, and will be open access for the next two weeks.

Also free is Leslie McCall’s “The Complexity of Intersectionality,” which explores the impact of intersectionality, a major paradigm of research in women’s studies and elsewhere, on social research methodologies. 

For more information, and to view other highlights of the feminist sociology published in Signs, visit the Signs blog.