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Yoga, the body, and embodied social change: an intersectional feminist analysis
Short Title: Yoga, the body, and embodied social change
Format: Book
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Lexington Books
Place of Publication: Lanham
Pages: 348
Sources ID: 70531
Notes: External Resources: Cite This Item Search for versions with same title and author | Advanced options ...Action Note: Materials:                cover Actions:  housed Date:                     20161214 MARC code source:         pda MARC code of institution: MCR-SContents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction: what's the link between feminism and yoga? / Beth Berila -- Inclusion/exclusion in yoga spaces / Chelsea Jackson Roberts -- In a field ofthe color purple : inviting yoga spaces for black women's bodies / Marcelle M. Haddix -- "I'm feelin' it." : embodied spiritual activism as a vehicle for queer black liberation / Jillian Ford -- The gender, race, and class barriers enclosing yoga as a white public space / Enoch H. Page -- Towards yoga as property / Roopa Kaushik-Brown -- Yoga, culture and neoliberal embodiment of health / Kerrie Kauer -- Yoga is not dodgeball : mind-body integration and progressive education / Carol Horton -- The intersection of yoga, body image and standards of beauty / Melanie Klein -- Mainstreamrepresentations of yoga : capitalism, consumerism, and control of the female body / Diana York Blaine -- "Work off that holiday meal ladies!" : body vigilance and orthorexia in yoga spaces / Jennifer Musial -- Naked yoga and the sexualization of asana / Sarah Schrank -- Reblog if you feel me : love, blackness, and digital wellness / Maria Velazquez -- Fat pedagogy in the yoga class / Kimberly Dark -- Yoga as individual and collective liberation / Beth Berila -- From practice to praxis : mindful lawyering for social change / Thalia Gonz´┐Żlez and Lauren Eckstrom -- Embodiment through purushaand prakrti : feminist yoga as a revolution from within / Punam Mehta -- Yoga and disability / Steffany Moonaz -- Yoga as embodied feminist praxis : healing and community-based responses to violence / Beth S. Catlett and Mary Bunn -- Yoga, postfeminism, and the future / Ariane Balizet and Whitney Myerr -- Queering yoga : an ethic of social justice / Jacoby Ballard and Karishma Kripalani --Conclusion: (un)learning oppression through yoga : the way forward / Chelsea Jackson Roberts and Melanie Klein.018058018 LCCN: 2016-26925Time: 2000-2099Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index.Class Descriptors: LC: HQ1155; Dewey: 305.4209Responsibility: edited by Beth Berila, Melanie Klein, and Chelsea Jackson Roberts.Vendor Info: Brodart Baker and Taylor YBP Library Services (BROD BTCP YANK)Entry: 20160812Update: 20181113Provider: OCLC
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Yoga, the Body, and Embodied Social Change examines the cultural phenomenon of yoga in the United States through an intersectional feminist lens. The essays in this collection address media portrayals as well as yoga spaces themselves, analyzing who has been centered and who has been marginalized by racial, gender, sexual, economic and dis/ability power dynamics. By analyzing contemporary body politics in the U.S. yoga sphere, Yoga, the Body, and Embodied Social Change looks at both the limitations and possibilities of yoga for feminist social justice.