Sex/Gender: A Feminist Paradox

Kyla Schuller

Rutgers University

Kyla Schuller is Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick and author of The Biopolitics of Feeling: Race, Sex, and Impressibility in the Nineteenth Century (Duke University Press, 2017. Her work on race, gender, sexuality, and the sciences has appeared in American Quarterly, Discourse, Journal of Modern Literature, Los Angeles Review of Books and other venues and has been supported by ACLS, Stanford Humanities Center, and the UC Humanities Research Institute.


This pair of 4-5 page essays seeks to rethink sex/gender distinction in light of the material turn. They argue that both sex/gender engage in ongoing imbrication of biological and cultural processes over time and that the... [ view full abstract ]


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