Feminist Theory After Deleuze (Deleuze Encounters)De (autor) Hannah Stark
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A systematic approach to the topic, written with both Deleuze scholars interested in feminist theory and scholars of feminism interested in Deleuze in mind
Hannah Stark is a Lecturer in English at the University of Tasmania, Australia.
AcknowledgementsList of AbbreviationsIntroductionChapter 1: Thought· Enlightenment Legacies· Feminism and Liberal Humanism· Liberating Thought Chapter 2: Becoming · Becoming-Woman· The Girl· Feminism and the FutureChapter 3: Desire · Desire, Psychoanalysis and Experimental Psychiatry· The Desiring-Machines· EroticismChapter 4: Bodies · Sex and Gender· Sexual Difference· What Can Bodies Do?Chapter 5: · Pure Difference· Identity and Political Representation· Intersectional DifferenceChapter 6: Politics · Recognition and Politics· Feminism Beyond Recognition· A Feminism of ImperceptibilityNotesBibliographyIndex
Hannah Stark's meticulous introduction to key concepts in Deleuze's philosophy explains their relevance for feminist theory and their creative potential for future feminisms, providing a rare combination of analytical clarity, critical authority and theoretical sophistication. Highlighting the novelty of Deleuze's approach to difference and its value for reconceiving political problems and ideas, Feminist Theory after Deleuze is an essential point of reference for academics and students seeking new ways of understanding feminism as a politics of acts rather than identities; an ethics of alliance rather than recognition; and a philosophy of becoming that engenders profound and joyous intersections with alterity.