The Body, In Theory: Histories of Cultural Materialism

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Literature, Philosophy, and the Question of Gender
Adriana Cavarero
Explores the curious prevalence of bodily metaphors in conceptions of noncorporeal institutions: the state, the law, and politics itself
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Currently limited to: subject political_science Political Science x

The body constructed by theory and through social and cultural practices has provided the departure point for studies that broach new fields and styles of inquiry. The aim of the series The Body, in Theory: Histories of Cultural Materialism is to reconstruct a history of materialisms (aesthetic, linguistic, and philosophical) by locating the body at the intersection of speculative and cultural formations across a wide range of contexts.

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The Body, In Theory: Histories of Cultural Materialism

The body constructed by theory and through social and cultural practices has provided the departure point for studies that broach new fields and styles of inquiry. The aim of the series The Body, in Theory: Histories of Cultural Materialism is to reconstruct a history of materialisms (aesthetic, linguistic, and philosophical) by locating the body at the intersection of speculative and cultural formations across a wide range of contexts.


Dalia Judovitz
James I. Porter

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Dalia Judovitz
James I. Porter


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