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From Perversion to Purity - The Stardom of Catherine Deneuve (Paperback): Lisa Downing, Sue Harris From Perversion to Purity - The Stardom of Catherine Deneuve (Paperback)
Lisa Downing, Sue Harris; Index compiled by Arranging Author
R346 Discovery Miles 3 460 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Catherine Deneuve is indisputably one of the world's most celebrated actresses, both in her own native France and throughout the world. Her career has spanned five decades during which she has worked with the most significant of French auteurs, as well as forging partnerships with international directors such as Bunuel and Polanski. The Deneuve star persona has attained such iconic status as to come to symbolise the very essence of French womanhood and civic identity. In this wide-ranging and authoritative collection of essays by a selection of international film academics and writers, the Deneuve persona is scrutinised and illuminated. Beyond the glamorous iconographic status of Yves Saint Laurent's muse, and the epitome of sexual inviolability, Deneuve's status as actress is foregrounded. The book will be essential reading for students and lecturers in star studies.

After Foucault - Culture, Theory, and Criticism in the 21st Century (Hardcover): Lisa Downing After Foucault - Culture, Theory, and Criticism in the 21st Century (Hardcover)
Lisa Downing
R1,649 Discovery Miles 16 490 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The work of Michel Foucault is much read, widely cited, and occasionally misunderstood. In response to this state of affairs, this collection aims to clarify, to contextualize, and to contribute to Foucauldian scholarship in a very specific way. Rather than offering either a conceptual introduction to Foucault's work, or a series of interventions aimed specifically at experts, After Foucault explores his critical afterlives, situates his work in current debates, and explains his intellectual legacy. As well as offering up-to-date assessments of Foucault's ongoing use in fields such as literary studies, sexuality studies, and history, chapters explore his relevance for urgent and emerging disciplines and debates, including ecology, animal studies, and the analysis of neoliberalism. Written in an accessible style, by leading experts, After Foucault demonstrates a commitment to taking seriously the work of a key twentieth-century thinker for contemporary academic disciplines, political phenomena, and cultural life.

The Subject of Murder - Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer (Hardcover, New): Lisa Downing The Subject of Murder - Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer (Hardcover, New)
Lisa Downing
R1,753 Discovery Miles 17 530 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The subject of murder has always held a particular fascination for us. But since at least the nineteenth century, we have seen the murderer as different from the ordinary citizen - a special individual who, like an artist or a genius, exists apart from the moral majority, a sovereign self who obeys only the destructive urge, sometimes even commanding cult followings. In contemporary culture, we continue to believe that there is something different and exceptional about killers, but is the murderer such a distinctive type? Are they degenerate beasts or supermen as they have been depicted on the page and the screen? Or are murderers something else entirely? In "The Subject of Murder", Lisa Downing explores the ways in which the figure of the murderer has been made to signify a specific kind of social subject in Western modernity. Drawing on the work of Foucault in her studies of the lives and crimes of killers in Europe and the United States, Downing interrogates the meanings of media and texts produced about and by murderers. Upending the usual treatment of murderers as isolated figures or exceptional individuals, Downing argues that they are ordinary people, reflections of our society at the intersections of gender, agency, desire, and violence.

Patrice Leconte (Paperback): Lisa Downing Patrice Leconte (Paperback)
Lisa Downing
R295 Discovery Miles 2 950 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Lisa Downing's comprehensive study of the films of Patrice Leconte traces lines of continuity and revision through a body of apparently disparate films whose "messages" often appear both contradictory and controversial. Pursuing a close reading of the recurrent themes, styles, intertexts and techniques which structure Leconte's filmmaking, Downing re-evaluates Leconte's status as an enigmatic artist offering complex and paradoxical commentary on contemporary questions of sexuality, ethics and identity. This book is the first full-length critical work in English on Leconte's cinema. It provides essential reading for both enthusiasts of French cinema and for those fascinated by the relationship between popular culture and theory.

Queering the Second Wave, Volume 41 (Paperback): Lisa Downing, Lara Cox Queering the Second Wave, Volume 41 (Paperback)
Lisa Downing, Lara Cox
R559 Discovery Miles 5 590 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'Queering the Second Wave' considers the works and ideas of feminists including Monique Wittig, Shulamith Firestone, Andrea Dworkin, Marilyn Frye, Donna Haraway, Gloria Anzaldua, and Cherrie Moraga as precursors of queer theoretical writings by names such as Judith Butler, Jose Esteban Munoz, Lee Edelman, Paola Bacchetta, and Judith Jack Halberstam. While acknowledging some of the problems and blindspots of second-wave politics and writing, we nevertheless seek to challenge the assumption that second-wave feminism is politically outdated or invalid. Instead, we imagine cross-generational and cross-discursive dialogues, and trace a genealogy of influence between the second-wave past and the queer present, while also speculating, in some cases, on previously unimagined queer-feminist futures.

Selfish Women (Paperback): Lisa Downing Selfish Women (Paperback)
Lisa Downing
R896 Discovery Miles 8 960 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book proceeds from a single and very simple observation: throughout history, and up to the present, women have received a clear message that we are not supposed to prioritize ourselves. Indeed, the whole question of "self" is a problem for women - and a problem that issues from a wide range of locations, including, in some cases, feminism itself. When women espouse discourses of self-interest, self-regard, and selfishness, they become illegible. This is complicated by the commodification of the self in the recent Western mode of economic and political organization known as "neoliberalism," which encourages a focus on self-fashioning that may not be identical with self-regard or self-interest. Drawing on figures from French, US, and UK contexts, including Rachilde, Ayn Rand, Margaret Thatcher, and Lionel Shriver, and examining discourses from psychiatry, media, and feminism with the aim of reading against the grain of multiple orthodoxies, this book asks how revisiting the words and works of selfish women of modernity can assist us in understanding our fraught individual and collective identities as women in contemporary culture. And can women with politics that are contrary to the interests of the collective teach us anything about the value of rethinking the role of the individual? This book is an essential read for those with interests in cultural theory, feminist theory, and gender politics.

Fuckology - Critical Essays on John Money's Diagnostic Concepts (Hardcover): Lisa Downing, Iain Morland, Nikki Sullivan Fuckology - Critical Essays on John Money's Diagnostic Concepts (Hardcover)
Lisa Downing, Iain Morland, Nikki Sullivan
R1,713 Discovery Miles 17 130 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

One of the twentieth century's most controversial sexologists--or "fuckologists," to use his own memorable term--John Money was considered a trailblazing scientist and sexual libertarian by some, but damned by others as a fraud and a pervert. Money invented the concept of gender in the 1950s, yet fought its uptake by feminists. He backed surgical treatments for transsexuality, but argued that gender roles were set by reproductive capacity. He shaped the treatment of intersex, advocating experimental sex changes for children with ambiguous genitalia. He pioneered drug therapy for sex offenders, yet took an ambivalent stance towards pedophilia. In his most publicized case study, Money oversaw the reassignment of David Reimer as female following a circumcision accident in infancy. Heralded by many as proof that gender is pliable, the case was later discredited when Reimer revealed that he had lived as a male since his early teens.
In "Fuckology," the authors contextualize and interrogate Money's writings and practices. The book focuses on his three key diagnostic concepts, "hermaphroditism," "transsexualism," and "paraphilia," but also addresses his lesser-known work on topics ranging from animal behavior to the philosophy of science. The result is a comprehensive collection of new insights for researchers and students within healthcare, the humanities, and the social sciences, as well as for practitioners and activists in sexology, psychology, and patient rights.

Film and Ethics - Foreclosed Encounters (Hardcover, New): Lisa Downing, Libby Saxton Film and Ethics - Foreclosed Encounters (Hardcover, New)
Lisa Downing, Libby Saxton
R3,459 Discovery Miles 34 590 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Film & Ethics considers a range of films and texts of film criticism alongside disparate philosophical discourses of ethics by Levinas, Derrida, Foucault, Lacanian psychoanalysts and postmodern theorists.

The Subject of Murder - Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer (Paperback): Lisa Downing The Subject of Murder - Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer (Paperback)
Lisa Downing
R677 Discovery Miles 6 770 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The subject of murder has always held a particular fascination for us. But since at least the nineteenth century, we have seen the murderer as different from the ordinary citizen - a special individual who, like an artist or a genius, exists apart from the moral majority, a sovereign self who obeys only the destructive urge, sometimes even commanding cult followings. In contemporary culture, we continue to believe that there is something different and exceptional about killers, but is the murderer such a distinctive type? Are they degenerate beasts or supermen as they have been depicted on the page and the screen? Or are murderers something else entirely? In "The Subject of Murder", Lisa Downing explores the ways in which the figure of the murderer has been made to signify a specific kind of social subject in Western modernity. Drawing on the work of Foucault in her studies of the lives and crimes of killers in Europe and the United States, Downing interrogates the meanings of media and texts produced about and by murderers. Upending the usual treatment of murderers as isolated figures or exceptional individuals, Downing argues that they are ordinary people, reflections of our society at the intersections of gender, agency, desire, and violence.

Currencies - Fiscal Fortunes and Cultural Capital in Nineteenth-century France (Paperback): Sarah Capitanio, Lisa Downing, Paul... Currencies - Fiscal Fortunes and Cultural Capital in Nineteenth-century France (Paperback)
Sarah Capitanio, Lisa Downing, Paul Rowe, Nicholas White
R1,160 R973 Discovery Miles 9 730 Save R187 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The thirteen essays in this volume, based on selected papers given at the Second Annual Conference of the Society of Dix-Neuviemistes (2003), explore the relationships between symbolic, monetary and literary currencies in nineteenth-century France, Essays focus on the sometimes surprising treatment of capitalism and commodity culture in the works of Mallarme, Zola and Huysmans; the transfer and borrowing of economic and literary commodities, names, and concepts in nineteenth-century culture, from Flora Tristan's July Monarchy to Schwob's fin-de-siecle moment; and the interplay between wealth and identity, and commerce and globalisation, in the writings of Hugo, Janin, and Balzac. While it is widely acknowledged that the theme of money is central to nineteenth-century literature, this volume is innovative in tracing the variation, breadth and ubiquity of the idea of currencies in the cultural imaginary of the epoch.

Fuckology - Critical Essays on John Money's Diagnostic Concepts (Paperback): Lisa Downing, Iain Morland, Nikki Sullivan Fuckology - Critical Essays on John Money's Diagnostic Concepts (Paperback)
Lisa Downing, Iain Morland, Nikki Sullivan
R631 Discovery Miles 6 310 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

One of the twentieth century's most controversial sexologists--or "fuckologists," to use his own memorable term--John Money was considered a trailblazing scientist and sexual libertarian by some, but damned by others as a fraud and a pervert. Money invented the concept of gender in the 1950s, yet fought its uptake by feminists. He backed surgical treatments for transsexuality, but argued that gender roles were set by reproductive capacity. He shaped the treatment of intersex, advocating experimental sex changes for children with ambiguous genitalia. He pioneered drug therapy for sex offenders, yet took an ambivalent stance towards pedophilia. In his most publicized case study, Money oversaw the reassignment of David Reimer as female following a circumcision accident in infancy. Heralded by many as proof that gender is pliable, the case was later discredited when Reimer revealed that he had lived as a male since his early teens.
In "Fuckology," the authors contextualize and interrogate Money's writings and practices. The book focuses on his three key diagnostic concepts, "hermaphroditism," "transsexualism," and "paraphilia," but also addresses his lesser-known work on topics ranging from animal behavior to the philosophy of science. The result is a comprehensive collection of new insights for researchers and students within healthcare, the humanities, and the social sciences, as well as for practitioners and activists in sexology, psychology, and patient rights.

After Foucault - Culture, Theory, and Criticism in the 21st Century (Paperback): Lisa Downing After Foucault - Culture, Theory, and Criticism in the 21st Century (Paperback)
Lisa Downing
R540 R438 Discovery Miles 4 380 Save R102 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The work of Michel Foucault is much read, widely cited, and occasionally misunderstood. In response to this state of affairs, this collection aims to clarify, to contextualize, and to contribute to Foucauldian scholarship in a very specific way. Rather than offering either a conceptual introduction to Foucault's work, or a series of interventions aimed specifically at experts, After Foucault explores his critical afterlives, situates his work in current debates, and explains his intellectual legacy. As well as offering up-to-date assessments of Foucault's ongoing use in fields such as literary studies, sexuality studies, and history, chapters explore his relevance for urgent and emerging disciplines and debates, including ecology, animal studies, and the analysis of neoliberalism. Written in an accessible style, by leading experts, After Foucault demonstrates a commitment to taking seriously the work of a key twentieth-century thinker for contemporary academic disciplines, political phenomena, and cultural life.

The Cambridge Introduction to Michel Foucault (Paperback): Lisa Downing The Cambridge Introduction to Michel Foucault (Paperback)
Lisa Downing
R541 Discovery Miles 5 410 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

French philosopher and historian Michel Foucault is essential reading for students in departments of literature, history, sociology and cultural studies. His work on the institutions of mental health and medicine, the history of systems of knowledge, literature and literary theory, criminality and the prison system, and sexuality, has had a profound and enduring impact across the humanities and social sciences. This introductory book, written for students, offers in-depth critical and contextual perspectives on all of Foucault's major published works. It provides ways in to understanding Foucault's key concepts of subjectivity, discourse, and power and explains the problems of translation encountered in reading Foucault in English. The book also explores the critical reception of Foucault's works and acquaints the reader with the afterlives of some of his theories, particularly his influence on feminist and queer studies. This book offers the ideal introduction to a famously complex, controversial and important thinker.

The Cambridge Introduction to Michel Foucault (Hardcover): Lisa Downing The Cambridge Introduction to Michel Foucault (Hardcover)
Lisa Downing
R1,466 Discovery Miles 14 660 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

French philosopher and historian Michel Foucault is essential reading for students in departments of literature, history, sociology and cultural studies. His work on the institutions of mental health and medicine, the history of systems of knowledge, literature and literary theory, criminality and the prison system, and sexuality, has had a profound and enduring impact across the humanities and social sciences. This introductory book, written for students, offers in-depth critical and contextual perspectives on all of Foucault's major published works. It provides ways in to understanding Foucault's key concepts of subjectivity, discourse, and power and explains the problems of translation encountered in reading Foucault in English. The book also explores the critical reception of Foucault's works and acquaints the reader with the afterlives of some of his theories, particularly his influence on feminist and queer studies. This book offers the ideal introduction to a famously complex, controversial and important thinker.

The Soft Signature (Paperback): Lisa Downe The Soft Signature (Paperback)
Lisa Downe
R239 R226 Discovery Miles 2 260 Save R13 (5%) Out of stock

The Soft Signature is a place where multiple meanings are generated and evoked through the disruption of simple linear narrative and lyric sensibility. For Lise Downe, language is not simply "a means to an end.' Instead, its instability and unpredictability are encouraged and given a free hand: the effect is the creation of a "nowhere, ' or alternate reality, that is as Canadian as Canada itself. In breathtaking poems like "Arranged Tributaries, ' Downe proves herself the consummate literary scientist: the imagination's cartographer, geologist, meteorologist, and historian. Ultimately, The Soft Signature documents a natural history of culture and communication, momentarily stabilizing the perpetually shifting sands upon which all such institutions are built.

Currencies - Fiscal Fortunes and Cultural Capital in Nineteenth-Century France (Paperback): Society of Dix-Neuviemistes Currencies - Fiscal Fortunes and Cultural Capital in Nineteenth-Century France (Paperback)
Society of Dix-Neuviemistes; Edited by Sarah Capitanio, Lisa Downing, Paul Rowe, Nicholas White, …
R985 Discovery Miles 9 850 Out of stock

The thirteen essays in this volume, based on selected papers given at the Second Annual Conference of the Society of Dix-Neuviemistes (2003), explore the relationships between symbolic, monetary and literary currencies in nineteenth-century France, Essays focus on the sometimes surprising treatment of capitalism and commodity culture in the works of Mallarme, Zola and Huysmans; the transfer and borrowing of economic and literary commodities, names, and concepts in nineteenth-century culture, from Flora Tristan's July Monarchy to Schwob's fin-de-siecle moment; and the interplay between wealth and identity, and commerce and globalisation, in the writings of Hugo, Janin, and Balzac. While it is widely acknowledged that the theme of money is central to nineteenth-century literature, this volume is innovative in tracing the variation, breadth and ubiquity of the idea of currencies in the cultural imaginary of the epoch.

Berkeley (Paperback): Lisa Downing Berkeley (Paperback)
Lisa Downing
R640 Discovery Miles 6 400 Out of stock
Queer in Europe - Contemporary Case Studies (Hardcover, New Ed): Robert Gillett Queer in Europe - Contemporary Case Studies (Hardcover, New Ed)
Robert Gillett; Edited by Lisa Downing
R3,134 Discovery Miles 31 340 Out of stock

Queer in Europe takes stock of the intellectual and social status and treatment of queer in the New Europe of the twenty-first century, addressing the ways in which the Anglo-American term and concept 'queer' is adapted in different national contexts, where it takes on subtly different overtones, determined by local political specificities and intellectual traditions. Bringing together contributions by carefully chosen experts, this book explores key aspects of queer in a range of European national contexts, namely: Belgium, Cyprus, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, The Nordic Region, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia and Spain. Rather than prescribing a universalizing definition, the book engages with a wide spectrum of what is meant by 'queer', as each chapter negotiates the contested border between direct queer activist action based on identity categories, and more plural queer strategies that call these categories into question. The first volume in English devoted to the exploration of queer in Europe, this book makes an important intervention in contemporary queer studies.

Perversion - Psychoanalytic Perspectives/Perspectives on Psychoanalysis (Hardcover): Prof. Lisa Downing, Dany Nobus Perversion - Psychoanalytic Perspectives/Perspectives on Psychoanalysis (Hardcover)
Prof. Lisa Downing, Dany Nobus
R2,906 Discovery Miles 29 060 Out of stock

Perversion - its ubiquity in infantile life and its persistence in the psychical and sexual lives of some adults - was a central element of Freud's lifelong work. The problem of perversion has since been revisited by many psychoanalytic schools with the result that Freud's original view of perversion has been replaced by numerous - often c

Selfish Women (Hardcover): Lisa Downing Selfish Women (Hardcover)
Lisa Downing
R3,001 Discovery Miles 30 010 Out of stock

This book proceeds from a single and very simple observation: throughout history, and up to the present, women have received a clear message that we are not supposed to prioritize ourselves. Indeed, the whole question of "self" is a problem for women - and a problem that issues from a wide range of locations, including, in some cases, feminism itself. When women espouse discourses of self-interest, self-regard, and selfishness, they become illegible. This is complicated by the commodification of the self in the recent Western mode of economic and political organization known as "neoliberalism," which encourages a focus on self-fashioning that may not be identical with self-regard or self-interest. Drawing on figures from French, US, and UK contexts, including Rachilde, Ayn Rand, Margaret Thatcher, and Lionel Shriver, and examining discourses from psychiatry, media, and feminism with the aim of reading against the grain of multiple orthodoxies, this book asks how revisiting the words and works of selfish women of modernity can assist us in understanding our fraught individual and collective identities as women in contemporary culture. And can women with politics that are contrary to the interests of the collective teach us anything about the value of rethinking the role of the individual? This book is an essential read for those with interests in cultural theory, feminist theory, and gender politics.

Desiring the Dead - Necrophilia and Nineteenth-century French Literature (Paperback): Prof. Lisa Downing Desiring the Dead - Necrophilia and Nineteenth-century French Literature (Paperback)
Prof. Lisa Downing
R1,593 Discovery Miles 15 930 Out of stock

In the 19th century, literature shared with the medical and psychological sciences a strategy of examining the most extreme manifestations of human desire. While fetishism, sadism and masochism still resonate as concepts with critical currency, necrophilia has received little attention. In this groundbreaking study, Lisa Downing rescues necrophilia from the margins of sexual desire, relocating it as a symptom and a pervasive fantasy of modern subjectivity. Drawing case material from the 19th century French canon, the author brings works by Baudelaire and Rachilde into dialogue with foundational European texts of sexology and Psychoanalysis. She reads against the grain of traditional Freudian theories of sexuality, the conventions of 19th century literary scholarship, and feminist critiques of the 'masculine' morbid aesthetic in order to bring to light a model of desire whose problematic nature afflicts existing discourses about sexuality and gender in 19th century France and beyond.

Managing Learning Programs (Paperback): Lisa Downs Managing Learning Programs (Paperback)
Lisa Downs
R521 Discovery Miles 5 210 Out of stock

How can I ensure buy-in from key stakeholders for my learning program? What questions should I answer to help create a vision for my program? And how can I decide which learning approach to use in my learning program? "Managing Learning Programs Step by Step" provides the tools and information to give learning professionals a road map to create or re-energize their learning program. In this issue of TD at Work, you will learn how to: Create a vision and secure buy-in for your learning program Identify roles and resources to help you deliver on your program Prioritize program needs and ensure the necessary infrastructure is in place Decide on an approach to learning program measurement and evaluation.

Queer in Europe - Contemporary Case Studies (Paperback): Robert Gillett Queer in Europe - Contemporary Case Studies (Paperback)
Robert Gillett; Edited by Lisa Downing
R1,027 Discovery Miles 10 270 Out of stock

Queer in Europe takes stock of the intellectual and social status and treatment of queer in the New Europe of the twenty-first century, addressing the ways in which the Anglo-American term and concept 'queer' is adapted in different national contexts, where it takes on subtly different overtones, determined by local political specificities and intellectual traditions. Bringing together contributions by carefully chosen experts, this book explores key aspects of queer in a range of European national contexts, namely: Belgium, Cyprus, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, The Nordic Region, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia and Spain. Rather than prescribing a universalizing definition, the book engages with a wide spectrum of what is meant by 'queer', as each chapter negotiates the contested border between direct queer activist action based on identity categories, and more plural queer strategies that call these categories into question. The first volume in English devoted to the exploration of queer in Europe, this book makes an important intervention in contemporary queer studies.

Film and Ethics - Foreclosed Encounters (Paperback): Lisa Downing, Libby Saxton Film and Ethics - Foreclosed Encounters (Paperback)
Lisa Downing, Libby Saxton
R655 R597 Discovery Miles 5 970 Save R58 (9%) Out of stock

Film & Ethics considers a range of films and texts of film criticism alongside disparate philosophical discourses of ethics by Levinas, Derrida, Foucault, Lacanian psychoanalysts and postmodern theorists.

Perversion - Psychoanalytic Perspectives/Perspectives on Psychoanalysis (Paperback): Prof. Lisa Downing, Dany Nobus Perversion - Psychoanalytic Perspectives/Perspectives on Psychoanalysis (Paperback)
Prof. Lisa Downing, Dany Nobus
R765 R692 Discovery Miles 6 920 Save R73 (10%) Out of stock

Perversion--its ubiquity in infantile life and its persistence in the psychical and sexual lives of some adults--was a central element of Freud's lifelong empirical and theoretical work. Many psychoanalytic schools and orientations have since revisited the problem of perversion. Some authors have sharpened the definition of perversion by differentiating it from perverse fantasies, so-called near-perversions, and perverse traits, whereas others have sought to re-conceptualize perversion as an erotic form of hatred, a fixated anal object-relation, or a neo-sexuality. The result is that Freud's original view of perversion has been replaced by a large variety of, often contradictory, psychoanalytic perspectives on its etiology, development, and treatment.This bi-partite collection of essays offers a series of perspectives on perversion by a range of psychoanalytic practitioners and theorists, and a selection of papers by scholars from related fields who work with, or critique, psychoanalytic theories on perversion. These unique and invaluable contributions to the study of psychoanalysis, perversion, and culture stage a serious dialogue between the discipline of psychoanalysis and its critics and commentators on the controversial issue of non-normative sexuality. It is essential reading for students and practitioners of psychoanalysis, for cultural critics, and for anyone who wants to know more about the positions occupied by psychoanalysis in contemporary debates about sexuality.

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