by Monica J Casper

Book review

"Corpus" begins with the argument that traditional disciplines are unable to fully apprehend the body and embodiment - that critical study of these topics urgently demands interdisciplinary approaches. The collection's fourteen original essays grapple with the place of bodies in a range of twenty-first century knowledge practices, including trauma, surveillance, aging, fat, food, feminist technoscience, death, disability, biopolitics, and race, among others.

PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Release date 01.08.2011
Pages count240
File size3.9 Mb
eBook formatebook, (torrent)En
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