Fabricating the Body : Effects of Obligation and Exchange in Contemporary Discourse.

Fabricating the Body: Effects of Obligation and Exchange in Contemporary Discourse is comprised of nine chapters that revolve around the body, and more specifically, issues related to identity. The text draws on a variety of criticism-including disability, gender, and psychoanalytic studies-to theor...

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Main Author: Burcon, Sarah Himsel.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
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Summary:Fabricating the Body: Effects of Obligation and Exchange in Contemporary Discourse is comprised of nine chapters that revolve around the body, and more specifically, issues related to identity. The text draws on a variety of criticism-including disability, gender, and psychoanalytic studies-to theorize aspects relevant to the human body historically. For example, Rachel Herzl-Betz's ""A Paratactic 'Missing Link': Dorian Gray and the Performance of Embodied Modernity"" uses disability studies as ...
Physical Description:1 online resource (169 pages)
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
ISBN:9781443857697
1443857696
1443852325
9781443852326