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  • Author:
    Katie Conboy,Nadia Medina,Sarah Stanbury
  • ISBN:
    0231105452
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    978-0231105453
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    Columbia University Press; 7th ed. edition (April 15, 1997)
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    384 pages
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ISBN-13: 978-0231105453. Katie Conboy is associate professor of English at Stonehill College. Nadia Medina is lecturer in the department of English and director of the Academic Resource Center at Tufts University. Sarah Stanbury is associate professor of English at the College of the Holy Cross.

Katie Conboy, Nadia Medina, Sarah Stanbury. Feminist theorists, in particular, have focused on the female body as the site where representations of difference and identity are inscribed. Пользовательский отзыв - HeatherLee - LibraryThing.

Feminist literary criticism Body, Human, in literature Women in literature Sex in literature Feminism and the arts. Similar books and articles. Feminist Approaches to Philosophy in Philosophy of Gender, Race, and Sexuality. categorize this paper). Nadia Medina, Sarah Stanbury, Eds. Katie Conboy - 1997 - In Katie Conboy Nadia Medina (e., Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory. Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory. Katie Conboy Nadia Medina (e. - 1997.

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Katie Conboy, Nadia Medina, Sarah Stanbury; Columbia University Press, 1997, New York Performative Acts and Gender Constitution AN ESSAY IN PHENOMENOLOGY AND FEMINIST THEORY Judith Butler Philosophers rarely think about acting in the theatrical sense, but they d. .

Katie Conboy, Nadia Medina, Sarah Stanbury; Columbia University Press, 1997, New York Performative Acts and Gender Constitution AN ESSAY IN PHENOMENOLOGY AND FEMINIST THEORY Judith Butler Philosophers rarely think about acting in the theatrical sense, but they do have a discourse of "acts" that maintains associative semantic meanings with theories of performance and acting

Katie Conboy; Nadia Medina; Sarah Stanbury. Drawn from a broad range of disciplines, Writing on the Body explores the tensions between women's lived bodily experiences and the cultural meanings inscribed on the female body

Katie Conboy; Nadia Medina; Sarah Stanbury. Drawn from a broad range of disciplines, Writing on the Body explores the tensions between women's lived bodily experiences and the cultural meanings inscribed on the female body. The volume includes classic and contemporary essays on rape, pornography, eroticism, anorexia, body building, menstruation, and maternity, and challenges racial, class and sexual categories. Drawn from a broad range of disciplines, Writing on the Body explores the tensions between women's lived bodily experiences and the cultural meanings inscribed on the female body

Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory. Ed. Katie Conboy, Nadia Medina, and Sarah Stanbury. New York: Columbia UP, 1997.

Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory. LaCugna, Catherine Mowry. Cite this chapter as: Bangsund J. (2011) On Embodied Theology: Sacraments of the Body in Ordinary Time and A Dynamic God. In: Johnson . eds) On the Literary Nonfiction of Nancy Mairs. Palgrave Macmillan’s Critical Studies in Gender, Sexuality, and Culture.

In Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory, ed. Feminists believed that imagination of the female body was a socially shaped and historically ‘colonized’ territory, not a site of individual self-determination

In Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory, eds. K. Conboy, N. Medina, S. Stanbury, 309-317. New York: Columbia University Press, p. 360. 7 Conboy, . Medina, . Stanbury, S. 1997. Feminists believed that imagination of the female body was a socially shaped and historically ‘colonized’ territory, not a site of individual self-determination. 11 The feminist movement adapted and converted the metaphor of the body politics, that was present in the thought of Plato, Aristotle, Seneca, Hobbes and others.

In many fields, the body is the topic generating exciting new research and interdisciplinary inquiry. Feminist theorists, in particular, have focused on the female body as the site where representations of difference and identity are inscribed. Drawn from a broad range of disciplines, Writing on the Body explores the tensions between women's lived bodily experiences and the cultural meanings inscribed on the female body. The volume includes classic and contemporary essays on rape, pornography, eroticism, anorexia, body building, menstruation, and maternity, and challenges racial, class and sexual categories. Complemented by the editors' introduction, Writing on the Body is a comprehensive sourcebook on the major theoretical positions and critical trends surrounding the female body.

Danskyleyn
Excellent source of feminism's most important articles required for basic understanding of central feminist themes. I recommend it to everyone interested in feminism and the role of women on society.
Forcestalker
This is a wonderful collection of essays for anyone looking for an introduction to feminist theory, or simply for new ways to perceive and analyze the body. The bitesize samples of Judith Butler, Catharine MacKinnon, Audre Lorde, and bell hooks challenge the reader to confront contemporary issues such as rape, gender, and representations of women of color in ways that are radically different from mainstream thought.
Yramede
Bought it for a class and was not disappointed. Came in great condition!
Hasirri
Good book, had to get it for school.