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by Marsha Meskimmon,Ulrike Sieglohr

Focus on the Maternal: Female Subjectivity and Images of Motherhood (Nexus S.) download ebook
ISBN:
185727024X
ISBN13:
978-1857270242
Author:
Marsha Meskimmon,Ulrike Sieglohr
Publisher:
Scarlet Press (January 1, 1998)
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Pages:
64 pages
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1125 kb
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Book Condition: Book has some wear. Two pages have some underlining It has the previous owner's name written on the first page. Two pages have some underlining. The back cover and a couple of the last leaves present small damage on the upper edge but pages are totally readable. It has the previous owner's name written on the first page. Condition: Used: Acceptable.

by Marsha Meskimmon (published in "Make: the Magazine of Women's .

Marsha Meskimmon mobilizes contemporary feminist thinking to reconsider how and why women have made art. She examines work by a wide range of women artists from different cultures and historical periods, including. She examines work by a wide range of women artists from different cultures and historical periods, including Rebecca Horn, Rachel Whiteread, Shirin Neshat and Maya Lin, emphasizing the diversity of women's art and the importance of differences between women. Women have been making art for centuries, yet their work has been seen as secondary or has gone unrecognized altogether. Women Making Art asks why this is so, and what it would take for us to realize the extent of women's extraordinary contribution to the arts.

Recent papers in Black female subjectivity, visual culture, sexuality . Marsha Horsley, Indiana University, Doctoral Candidate mhorsleana

Recent papers in Black female subjectivity, visual culture, sexuality, and memory. Moving beyond prescriptive analyses to radical possibilities, these papers focus on imagining generative possibilities for resistance that center modes of pleasure and survival engaged by people of color. Marsha Horsley, Indiana University, Doctoral Candidate mhorsleana. edu Freak Like Me: Envisioning Female Sexual Pleasure Through the Black Radical & Ratchet Imagination This paper employs a black feminist framework to consider the rationale and sex economies of the freak as it has been conceived by the black radical and ratchet imagination.

The evolution of the concept of subjectivity in the works of Jacques Lacan. An original treatment of psychoanalytic issues, Subjectivity and Otherness fills a significant gap in the existing literature on Lacan, taking seriously the need for a philosophical investigation of Lacanian concepts. Countering the call by some pro-Lacanians for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work-and the dismissal by anti-Lacanians of Lacan as impossibly ivity and Otherness argues for Lacan as a paradoxically systematic thinker, and for the necessity of a close analysis of his texts.

However, this book does shed some light on the way the West has progressed in its assessment of foreign cultures.

Similar books and articles. On the Subjectivity of the Feminine Literature. Vernon Lee Aesthetics, History, and the Victorian Female Intellectual. Marsha Meskimmon & Shearer West - 1995. Added to PP index 2015-02-02. Yŏllyŏ Ŭi Tʻansaeng: Kabujangje Wa Chosŏn Yŏsŏng Ŭi Chanhokhan Yŏksa.

The female presence is necessary only in the form of imagery Meskimmon, Marsha Women Making Art: History, Subjectivity, Aesthetics (London: Routledge:2003).

The female presence is necessary only in the form of imagery. Of course, men, too, are occasionally represented. In her 1995 book, Art on My Mind, hooks positions her writings on the visual politics of both race and class in the art world. She states that the reason art is rendered meaningless in the lives of most black people is not solely due to the lack of representation, but also because of an entrenched colonization of the mind and imagination and how it is intertwined with the process of identification. 4 Thus she stresses for a shift conventional ways of thinking about. Meskimmon, Marsha Women Making Art: History, Subjectivity, Aesthetics (London: Routledge:2003).

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