Nathan Widder is Reader in Political Theory at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. His previous publications include Reflections on Time and Politics (Penn State University Press, 2008) and Genealogies of Difference (University of Illinois Press, 2002). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...Everyone experiences identity crises, often several times in life, and when they occur molar social structures provide numerous answers to the question ‘Who am I?’. These answers may involve any or all of the positive and negative...
Martin McQuillan is Professor of Literary Theory and Cultural Analysis, and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Kingston University, London where he is also Co-Director of The London Graduate School. His books include Roland Barthes, or, The Profession of Cultural Studies, Deconstruction after 9/11, Paul de Man, and (as co-author) Deconstructing Disney. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...This and subsequent quotation from the penguin translation, Sophocles, Three Theban Plays, trans. Robert Fagles (Hammondsworth: Penguin, 1984), pp. 86–7.Ah, tell them all! I shall hate you far more if you remain silent, and do not proclaim...
...This chapter examines the ways that bodies are organised by sexual difference. It begins by establishing the classic feminist distinction between sex and gender before turning to Deleuze’s understanding of the territorialisation...
...This chapter considers the challenge that Deleuze’s work poses to the concept of recognition in feminist debates. It contrasts the politics of recognition advanced by Judith Butler with the politics of imperceptibility that can be found...
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