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See detailReactionary Education in the USA
Tebaldi, Catherine UL

in Social Anthropology (2022)

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See detailOpening or Impasse: Teaching Critical Media Literacy in the Post-Trump Era
Tebaldi, Catherine UL; Nygreen, Kysa

in Cultural Studies, Critical Methodologies (2022)

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See detailSpeaking Post Truth to Power
Tebaldi, Catherine UL

in Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies (2021)

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See detailMake Women Great Again: women, misogyny and anti-capitalism on the right
Tebaldi, Catherine UL

in Fast Capitalism (2021)

Neo-confederate blogger Dissident Mama describes the January 6 Capitol Insurrection as “#resistance without the corporate sponsorship”. In a series of blogs, she appropriates the language of anti ... [more ▼]

Neo-confederate blogger Dissident Mama describes the January 6 Capitol Insurrection as “#resistance without the corporate sponsorship”. In a series of blogs, she appropriates the language of anti-capitalist movements to defend armed resistance from Charlottesville to the Capitol. In this essay I look at the role of women, like Dissident Mama, in far-right activism online, both their role in organizing and the ways in which they use anti-capitalist language to reinforce the gender roles of post-war American breadwinner capitalism. This emerges out of real failures of liberal feminism and late capitalism, but instead appropriates critiques of capital that might challenge the identity politics of the white right, instead encouraging the reinvestment in the conservative social order. Arguing for a rerun to “traditional” roles as an answer to economic as well as social challenges, the women of the right see home as a battle, and their language displaces anxieties about capitalism onto anxieties about gender, family and love. [less ▲]

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See detailBanlieues to the suburbs:language education and linguistic gentrification
Tebaldi, Catherine UL

in Anthropology and Education Quarterly (2020)

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See detail#Je Suis Sir Cornflakes: Racialization and Resemiotization in French Nationalist Twitter
Tebaldi, Catherine UL

in International Journal of the Sociology of Language (2020)

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