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The Biopolitics Of Feeling


(Video) Foucault: Biopower, Governmentality, and the Subject

Author : Kyla Schuller
language : en
Publisher: Duke University Press
Release Date : 2017-12-22

The Biopolitics Of Feeling written by Kyla Schuller and has been published by Duke University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2017-12-22 with Social Science categories.

In The Biopolitics of Feeling Kyla Schuller unearths the forgotten, multiethnic sciences of impressibility—the capacity to be transformed by one's environment and experiences—to uncover how biopower developed in the United States. Schuller challenges prevalent interpretations of biopower and literary cultures to reveal how biopower emerged within the discourses and practices of sentimentalism. Through analyses of evolutionary theories, gynecological sciences, abolitionist poetry and other literary texts, feminist tracts, child welfare reforms, and black uplift movements, Schuller excavates a vast apparatus that regulated the capacity of sensory and emotional feeling in an attempt to shape the evolution of the national population. Her historical and theoretical work exposes the overlooked role of sex difference in population management and the optimization of life, illuminating how models of binary sex function as one of the key mechanisms of racializing power. Schuller thereby overturns long-accepted frameworks of the nature of race and sex difference, offers key corrective insights to modern debates surrounding the equation of racism with determinism and the liberatory potential of ideas about the plasticity of the body, and reframes contemporary notions of sentiment, affect, sexuality, evolution, and heredity.

De Metaforenmachine


Author : Douwe Draaisma
language : nl
Release Date : 2010

De Metaforenmachine written by Douwe Draaisma and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010 with categories.

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Geschiedenis van de metaforen voor het geheugen en de visies op de werking van het geheugen in beider relatie tot de ontwikkelingen in het denken, de cultuur en de technologie door de eeuwen heen.



Author : Byung-Chul Han
language : nl
Release Date : 2015

Psychopolitiek written by Byung-Chul Han and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015 with categories.

Analyse van de maatschappelijke mechanismen die individuen tot discipline brengen, zoals het onderwijs, het werk en de media.

The Biopolitics Of Care In Second World War Britain


(Video) Life (Un)Ltd., Susan M. Squier

Author : Kimberly Mair
language : en
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date : 2022-01-13

The Biopolitics Of Care In Second World War Britain written by Kimberly Mair and has been published by Bloomsbury Publishing this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2022-01-13 with History categories.

During the crisis of the Second World War in Britain, official Air Raid Precautions made the management of daily life a moral obligation of civil defence by introducing new prescriptions for the care of homes, animals, and persons displaced through evacuation. This book examines how the Mass-Observation movement recorded and shaped the logics of care that became central to those daily routines in homes and neighbourhoods. Kimberly Mair looks at how government publicity campaigns communicated new instructions for care formally, while the circulation of wartime rumours negotiated these instructions informally. These rumours, she argues, explicitly repudiated the improper socialization of evacuees and also produced a salient, but contested, image of the host as a good wartime citizen who was impervious to the cultural invasion of the ostensibly 'animalistic', dirty, and destructive house guest. Mair also considers the explicit contestations over the value of the lives of pets, conceived as animals who do not work with animal caregivers whose use of limited provisions or personal sacrifice could then be judged in the context of wartime hardship. Together, formal and informal instructions for caregiving reshaped everyday habits in the war years to an idealized template of the good citizen committed to the war and nation, with Mass-Observation enacting a watchful form of care by surveilling civilian feeling and habit in the process.

De Argonauten


Author : Maggie Nelson
language : nl
Publisher: Atlas Contact
Release Date : 2016-10-26

De Argonauten written by Maggie Nelson and has been published by Atlas Contact this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2016-10-26 with Fiction categories.

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In deze genderbending memoires komt cultuurcritica Maggie Nelson met frisse, krachtige en hoognodige bespiegelingen over seksualiteit, verlangen, ‘het gezin’ en over de beperkingen en mogelijkheden van zowel de liefde als de taal. In De Argonauten staat een liefdesgeschiedenis centraal: de relatie van de auteur met de kunstenaar Harry Dodge. Nelson laat ons meevoelen hoe het is om haar hart te verliezen aan Dodge, die genderfluïde is. Ze neemt ons mee op de lange weg van haar zwangerschap en toont ons de ingewikkelde en de mooie kanten van een onconventioneel gezin. Nelson houdt een pleidooi voor fundamentele individuele vrijheid en voor een erkenning van de waarde van liefde en zorg – je zou het de strijdkreet kunnen noemen van dit oorspronkelijke, scherpzinnige boek dat geen onderwerp schuwt en geen concessies doet.

Feeling Medicine


Author : Kelly Underman
language : en
Publisher: NYU Press
Release Date : 2020-08-18

Feeling Medicine written by Kelly Underman and has been published by NYU Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-08-18 with Social Science categories.

The emotional and social components of teaching medical students to be good doctors The pelvic exam is considered a fundamental procedure for medical students to learn; it is also often the one of the first times where medical students are required to touch a real human being in a professional manner. In Feeling Medicine, Kelly Underman gives us a look inside these gynecological teaching programs, showing how they embody the tension between scientific thought and human emotion in medical education. Drawing on interviews with medical students, faculty, and the people who use their own bodies to teach this exam, Underman offers the first in-depth examination of this essential, but seldom discussed, aspect of medical education. Through studying, teaching, and learning about the pelvic exam, she contrasts the technical and emotional dimensions of learning to be a physician. Ultimately, Feeling Medicine explores what it means to be a good doctor in the twenty-first century, particularly in an era of corporatized healthcare.

Riot And Rebellion In Mexico


(Video) Deleuze - Control Societies & Cybernetic Posthumanism

Author : Ana Sabau
language : en
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Release Date : 2022-02-08

Riot And Rebellion In Mexico written by Ana Sabau and has been published by University of Texas Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2022-02-08 with History categories.

Many scholars assert that Mexico’s complex racial hierarchy, inherited from Spanish colonialism, became obsolete by the turn of the nineteenth century as class-based distinctions became more prominent and a largely mestizo population emerged. But the residues of the colonial caste system did not simply dissolve after Mexico gained independence. Rather, Ana Sabau argues, ever-present fears of racial uprising among elites and authorities led to persistent governmental techniques and ideologies designed to separate and control people based on their perceived racial status, as well as to the implementation of projects for development in fringe areas of the country. Riot and Rebellion in Mexico traces this race-based narrative through three historical flashpoints: the Bajío riots, the Haitian Revolution, and the Yucatan’s caste war. Sabau shows how rebellions were treated as racially motivated events rather than political acts and how the racialization of popular and indigenous sectors coincided with the construction of “whiteness” in Mexico. Drawing on diverse primary sources, Sabau demonstrates how the race war paradigm was mobilized in foreign and domestic affairs and reveals the foundations of a racial state and racially stratified society that persist today.


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