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The Resource Feminist Theory and the Body : a Reader, Janet Price

Feminist Theory and the Body : a Reader, Janet Price

Label
Feminist Theory and the Body : a Reader
Title
Feminist Theory and the Body
Title remainder
a Reader
Statement of responsibility
Janet Price
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company."--Provided by publisher
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Price, Janet,
Dewey number
306.4
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Shildrick, Margrit
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Feminist theory
  • Feminism
  • Human body
  • Human body
Label
Feminist Theory and the Body : a Reader, Janet Price
Instantiates
Publication
Color
multicolored
Contents
Chapter Openings on the Body: A Critical Introduction Margrit Shildrick with Janet Price -- part Section 1: Woman as Body? -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 1 1 Londa Schiebinger: 'Theories of Gender and Race' -- chapter 1 2 Elizabeth V. Spelman: 'Woman as Body: Ancient and Contemporary Views' -- chapter 1 3 Lynda Birke: 'Bodies and Biology' -- chapter 1 4 Felly Nkweto Simmonds: 'My Body, Myself: How Does a Black Woman Do Sociology?' -- chapter 1 5 Helen Marshall: 'Our Bodies, Ourselves: Why We Should Add Old Fashioned Empirical Phenomenology to the New Theories of the Body' -- part Section 2: Sexy Bodies -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 2 1 Luce Irigaray: 'When Our Lips Speak Together' -- chapter 2 2 Jeanette Winterson: 'The Nose' and 'Taste' -- chapter 2 3 Evelynn M. Hammonds: 'Toward a Genealogy of Black Female Sexuality: The Problematic of Silence' -- chapter 2 4 Lynne Segal: 'Body Matters: Cultural Inscriptions' -- chapter 2 5 Barbara Creed: 'Lesbian Bodies: Tribades, Tomboys and Tarts' -- chapter 2 6 Judith Halberstam: 'F2M: The Making of Female Masculinity' -- chapter 2 7 Juniper Wiley: 'NO BODY is -- chapter 2 8 Sue-Ellen Case: 'The Hot Rod Bodies of Cybersex' -- part Section 3: Bodies in Science and Biomedicine -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 3 1 Audre Lorde: 'A Burst of Light: Living with Cancer' -- chapter 3 2 Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick: 'Breast Cancer: An Adventure in Applied Deconstruction' -- chapter 3 3. Ludmilla Jordanova: 'Natural Facts: A Historical Perspective on Science and Sexuality' -- chapter 3 4 Anne Fausto-Sterling: 'Menopause: The Storm before the Calm' -- chapter 3 5 Emily Martin: 'The Egg and the Sperm: How Science has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male–Female Roles' -- chapter 3 6 Jana Sawicki: 'Disciplining Mothers: Feminism and the New Reproductive Technologies' -- chapter 3 7 Donna Haraway: 'The Biopolitics of Postmodern Bodies: Determination's of Self in Immune System Discourse' -- part Section 4: After the Binary -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 4 1 Denise Riley: 'Bodies, Identities, Feminisms' -- chapter 4 2 Moira Gatens: 'Power, Bodies and Difference' -- chapter 4 3 Judith Butler: 'Bodies that Matter' -- chapter 4 4 Susan Bordo: 'Feminism, Foucault and the Politics of the Body' -- chapter 4 5 Trinh T. Minh-ha: 'Write Your Body' and 'The Body in Theory' -- chapter 4 6 Elizabeth Grosz: 'Psychoanalysis and the Body' -- part Section 5: Alter/ed Bodies -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 5 1 Anne Balsamo: 'Forms of Technological Embodiment: Reading the Body in Contemporary Culture' -- chapter 5 2 Rosi Braidotti: 'Signs of Wonder and Traces of Doubt: On Teratology and Embodied Differences' -- chapter 5 3 Pratibha Parmar and Alice Walker: 'Interview from Warrior Marks' -- chapter 5 4 Awa Thiam: 'The Trials of the Black African Woman' -- chapter 5 5 Bibi Bakare-Yusuf: 'The Economy of Violence: Black Bodies and the Unspeakable Terror' -- chapter 5 6 Susan Wendell: 'Feminism, Disability, and Transcendence of the Body' -- part Section 6: BodySpaceMatter -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 6 1 Christine Battersby: 'Her Body/Her Boundaries' -- chapter 6 2 Gillian Rose: 'Women and Everyday Spaces' -- chapter 6 3 Andrea Benton Rushing: 'Surviving Rape: A Morning/Mourning Ritual' -- chapter 6 4 Elizabeth Grosz: 'Bodies–Cities' -- chapter 6 5 Janet Price and Margrit Shildrick: 'Mapping the Colonial Body: Sexual Economies and the State in Colonial India' -- chapter 6 6 Nalini Natarajan: 'Woman, Nation and Narration in Midnight's Children' -- part Section 7: Performing the Body -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 7 1 Judith Butler: 'Bodily Inscriptions, Performative Subversions' -- chapter 7 2 Kristina Straub: 'The Guilty Pleasures of Female Theatrical Cross-Dressing' -- chapter 7 3 Margrit Shildrick and Janet Price: 'Breaking the Boundaries of the Broken Body' -- chapter 7 4 Fen Coles: 'Feminine Charms and Outrageous Arms' -- chapter 7 5 Kathy Davis: ' -- chapter 7 6 Heather Findlay: ' -- chapter Copyright Acknowledgements
Control code
on1004365232
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315094106
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004365232
Label
Feminist Theory and the Body : a Reader, Janet Price
Publication
Color
multicolored
Contents
Chapter Openings on the Body: A Critical Introduction Margrit Shildrick with Janet Price -- part Section 1: Woman as Body? -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 1 1 Londa Schiebinger: 'Theories of Gender and Race' -- chapter 1 2 Elizabeth V. Spelman: 'Woman as Body: Ancient and Contemporary Views' -- chapter 1 3 Lynda Birke: 'Bodies and Biology' -- chapter 1 4 Felly Nkweto Simmonds: 'My Body, Myself: How Does a Black Woman Do Sociology?' -- chapter 1 5 Helen Marshall: 'Our Bodies, Ourselves: Why We Should Add Old Fashioned Empirical Phenomenology to the New Theories of the Body' -- part Section 2: Sexy Bodies -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 2 1 Luce Irigaray: 'When Our Lips Speak Together' -- chapter 2 2 Jeanette Winterson: 'The Nose' and 'Taste' -- chapter 2 3 Evelynn M. Hammonds: 'Toward a Genealogy of Black Female Sexuality: The Problematic of Silence' -- chapter 2 4 Lynne Segal: 'Body Matters: Cultural Inscriptions' -- chapter 2 5 Barbara Creed: 'Lesbian Bodies: Tribades, Tomboys and Tarts' -- chapter 2 6 Judith Halberstam: 'F2M: The Making of Female Masculinity' -- chapter 2 7 Juniper Wiley: 'NO BODY is -- chapter 2 8 Sue-Ellen Case: 'The Hot Rod Bodies of Cybersex' -- part Section 3: Bodies in Science and Biomedicine -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 3 1 Audre Lorde: 'A Burst of Light: Living with Cancer' -- chapter 3 2 Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick: 'Breast Cancer: An Adventure in Applied Deconstruction' -- chapter 3 3. Ludmilla Jordanova: 'Natural Facts: A Historical Perspective on Science and Sexuality' -- chapter 3 4 Anne Fausto-Sterling: 'Menopause: The Storm before the Calm' -- chapter 3 5 Emily Martin: 'The Egg and the Sperm: How Science has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male–Female Roles' -- chapter 3 6 Jana Sawicki: 'Disciplining Mothers: Feminism and the New Reproductive Technologies' -- chapter 3 7 Donna Haraway: 'The Biopolitics of Postmodern Bodies: Determination's of Self in Immune System Discourse' -- part Section 4: After the Binary -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 4 1 Denise Riley: 'Bodies, Identities, Feminisms' -- chapter 4 2 Moira Gatens: 'Power, Bodies and Difference' -- chapter 4 3 Judith Butler: 'Bodies that Matter' -- chapter 4 4 Susan Bordo: 'Feminism, Foucault and the Politics of the Body' -- chapter 4 5 Trinh T. Minh-ha: 'Write Your Body' and 'The Body in Theory' -- chapter 4 6 Elizabeth Grosz: 'Psychoanalysis and the Body' -- part Section 5: Alter/ed Bodies -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 5 1 Anne Balsamo: 'Forms of Technological Embodiment: Reading the Body in Contemporary Culture' -- chapter 5 2 Rosi Braidotti: 'Signs of Wonder and Traces of Doubt: On Teratology and Embodied Differences' -- chapter 5 3 Pratibha Parmar and Alice Walker: 'Interview from Warrior Marks' -- chapter 5 4 Awa Thiam: 'The Trials of the Black African Woman' -- chapter 5 5 Bibi Bakare-Yusuf: 'The Economy of Violence: Black Bodies and the Unspeakable Terror' -- chapter 5 6 Susan Wendell: 'Feminism, Disability, and Transcendence of the Body' -- part Section 6: BodySpaceMatter -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 6 1 Christine Battersby: 'Her Body/Her Boundaries' -- chapter 6 2 Gillian Rose: 'Women and Everyday Spaces' -- chapter 6 3 Andrea Benton Rushing: 'Surviving Rape: A Morning/Mourning Ritual' -- chapter 6 4 Elizabeth Grosz: 'Bodies–Cities' -- chapter 6 5 Janet Price and Margrit Shildrick: 'Mapping the Colonial Body: Sexual Economies and the State in Colonial India' -- chapter 6 6 Nalini Natarajan: 'Woman, Nation and Narration in Midnight's Children' -- part Section 7: Performing the Body -- chapter Introduction -- chapter 7 1 Judith Butler: 'Bodily Inscriptions, Performative Subversions' -- chapter 7 2 Kristina Straub: 'The Guilty Pleasures of Female Theatrical Cross-Dressing' -- chapter 7 3 Margrit Shildrick and Janet Price: 'Breaking the Boundaries of the Broken Body' -- chapter 7 4 Fen Coles: 'Feminine Charms and Outrageous Arms' -- chapter 7 5 Kathy Davis: ' -- chapter 7 6 Heather Findlay: ' -- chapter Copyright Acknowledgements
Control code
on1004365232
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315094106
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1004365232

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