The Explicit Body As Palimpsest at BurlyCon

What is this CRAZY reading list?!?!?!  Come to my lecture, “The Explicit Body as Palimpsest” at BuryCon on Thursday at 4 pm in Cascade 9/10 to learn more!  This is a unique Story/Lecture about the Age of Becoming (and Re-Becoming) a Feminist

REFERENCED READINGS:

Frye, Marilyn.  “Oppression,” in Minas, Anne, Ed. Gender Basics: Feminist Perspectives on Women and Men, 2nd Ed.  Wadsworth, 2000.

Butler, Judith.  Bodies that Matter;  On the Discursive Limits of Sex.  Routledge,  1993.

Butler, Judith.  Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity.  Routledge,  1990.

Austin, J.L.  How to Do Things with Words.  Oxford University Press, 1952.

Mulvey, Laura.  “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” (1975).  Screen 16. 3 (Autumn 1975), pp. 6-18.

Phelan, Peggy.  Unmarked:  The Politics of Performance .  Routledge, 1993.

Case, Sue-Ellen, Ed.  Performing Feminisms:  Feminist Critical Theory and Theatre.  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1990.

Buszek, Maria-Elena.  Pin-Up Grllls:  Feminism, Sexuality, and Popular Culture.  Duke University Press, 2006.

Frueh, Joanna.  Monstre/Beauty:  Building the Body of Love.  University of California Press, 2000.

Sally, Lynn, “It’s the Ugly that is So Beautiful’:  Performing the Monster/Beauty Continuum in Neo Burlesque,“ The American Journal of Drama & Theatre,  21.3 (Fall 2009).

Halberstam, Jack.  Gaga Feminism:  Sex, Gender, and the End of NormaI.  Beacon Presss, 2013.

Sullivan, Brendan Jay.  Rivington Was Ours:  Lady Gaga, The Lower East Side, and the Prime of Our Lives.  It Books, 2013.

Braidotti, Rosi.  Nomadic Subjects:  Embodiment and Sexual Difference in Contemporary Feminist Theory.  Columbia University Press, 2011.

Stormer, Nathan. (2001). My Life as a Lacuna. Communication Quarterly, 49(3), pp. 9-15.

Shteir, Rachel.  Striptease:  The Untold History of the Girlie Show.  Oxford University Press, 2005.

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