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List of figures xi. Notes on contributors xiii. Acknowledgments xxv. Permissions xxvi. Amelia Jones. I N T R O D U C T I O N. The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader Request Full-text Paper PDF by critical, feminist and postcolonial arts and cultural studies in the last decades (see . Feminism is one of the most important perspectives from which visual culture has been theorized and historicized. Challenging the notion of feminism as a.


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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.

The social and the poetic : feminist practices in architecture, Angela Dimitrakaki. Researching cultures and the omitted footnote : questions on the practice of feminist art history Geeta Kapur Global feminisms : five essays from Global feminisms : new directions in contemporary art, ed.

Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin pt. Pratibha Parmar. Hateful contraries : media images of Asian women Tania Modleski. The search for tomorrow in today's soap operas Suzanne Lacy, Leslie Labowitz. Feminist media strategies for political performance The Guerrilla Girls. Introduction and conclusion to The guerrilla girls' bedside companion to the history of western art Anne Pellegrini. You make me feel mighty real : Sandra Bernhard's whiteface Kathleen Zane. Reflections on a yellow eye : Asian i eye cons and cosmetic surgery Sujata Moorti.

Introduction to color of rape : gender and race in television's public spheres Alison Donnell. Visibility, violence and voice? 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.

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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.

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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. 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.

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Hall, Stuart ed. It explores how issues of race, class, nationality and sexuality, enter into debates about feminism, and includes work by feminist critics, artists and activists.

Forgot your username? Olympia's maid : reclaiming Black female subjectivity Sandy Stone. You make me feel mighty real : Sandra Bernhard's whiteface Kathleen Zane. A valuable reference for students of visual culture and gender studies, this is both a framework within which to understand the shifts in feminist thinking in visual studies and an overview of the most significant feminist theories in this area.

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