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Feminism and Visual Culture Reader - Download as Word Doc .doc /.docx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Table of Contents. The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Bringing together key writings on art, film. 1 The Base, the Bedy and Sexuality. Taken as a whele, these ee essays ereeide a cemerehensiue reseense in the Elie-Er- sity ef centemeerary Ii'isuial culture.
Insides, outsides : trauma, affect, and art Catherine Lord.
Their memory is playing tricks on her : notes toward a calligraphy of rage pt. Lucy Lippard. Making up : role-playing and transformation in women's art Andrea Dworkin. Pornography Judith Butler. Performative acts and gender constitution : an essay in phenomenology and feminist theory Sue-Ellen Case.
Toward a butch-femme aesthetic Linda Williams. Fetishism and hard core : Marx, Freud, and the "money shot" Lynda Nead.
Theorizing the female nude Rebecca Schneider. The secret's eye Vivian Sobchack. Breadcrumbs in the forest : three meditations on being lost in space Royonaa Mitra. Living a body myth, performing a body reality : reclaiming the corporeality and sexuality of the Indian female dancer Tim Stuettgen. Disidentification in the center of power : the porn performer and director Belladonna as a contrasexual culture producer a letter to Beatriz Preciado pt.
Donna Haraway. A cyborg manifesto N. Katherine Hayles. Virtual bodies and flickering signifiers Christine Ross. To touch the other : a story of corpo-electronic surfaces Anne Balsamo. The virtual body in cyberspace Maria Fernndez. Postcolonial media theory Sadie Plant.
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Feminisations : reflections on women and virtual reality VNS Matrix. Cyberfeminist manifesto Rosi Braidotti. Cyberfeminism with a difference Jennifer Gonzlez. The appended subject : race and identity as digital assemblage Sharon Lehner. My womb, the mosh pit Lisa Nakamura. Screening the gene : Hollywood cinema and the genetic imaginary Barthes, Roland. Image Music Text.
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