Fb2 The Sexual Body: WSQ: Spring / Summer 2007 (Women's Studies Quarterly) ePub
by Shelly Eversley,Jennifer Morgan
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Author:||Shelly Eversley,Jennifer Morgan|
|Publisher:||The Feminist Press at CUNY (June 1, 2007)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1700 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1794 kb|
|Digital formats:||mobi doc txt mbr|
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Start by marking The Sexual Body: WSQ: Spring, Summer 2007 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Engaging the fields of critical race studies, film studies, history, literary criticism, performance studies, and political theory, The Sexual Body energizes the debates on the status of sex, pleasure, power, and desire. Ranging from soul food to dance hall music to new discussions of female- and pornography, this issue mobilizes cutting-edge feminist, race, and queer scholarship to push critical theories of the body to their limits and anticipates where race and sex will inform the next generation.
Academic journal article Women's Studies Quarterly. Introduction: The Sexual Body. The sexual body functions as a challenge to bourgeois normativity, but to end with Olympia and her maid as emblems of sexual deviance is to foreclose critical engagement
Academic journal article Women's Studies Quarterly. Academic journal article Women's Studies Quarterly. The sexual body functions as a challenge to bourgeois normativity, but to end with Olympia and her maid as emblems of sexual deviance is to foreclose critical engagement. Olympia and her maid exist at a moment when the terms of race, sexuality, and racial violence were contested and economic arguments about the slave trade and abolition situate the passive gesture of Olympia's maid in a material context that we ignore at our peril.
Women's Studies Quarterly.
The Feminist Press was founded by Florence Howe in 1970. Before changing its name to Women’s Studies Quarterly in 1981, the publication was titled Women’s Studies Newsletter. The name change indicated a shift in the publication’s purpose and content.
During the past thirty years, controversies have raged over the associations among women’s bodies, sex, and questions of women’s liberation.
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Eversley, Shelly; Morgan, Jennifer. The Sexual Body: WSQ: Spring, Summer 2007. Introduction: The Sexual Body". Women's Studies Quarterly. 35: 10–19 – via JSTOR. Learning From 'Black Male' Art in America, March 1995.
Jennifer L. Morgan teaches history and women's and gender studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Throughout the book, Morgan discusses the dynamics of the power slave owners held, but does not bring up miscegenation. Second, the subtitle of the book is a misnomer.
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