Lacan and Critical Feminism : Subjectivity, Sexuation, and Discourse

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This book takes a critical feminist approach to Lacans fundamental concepts, merging discourse and sexuation theories in a novel way for both psychoanalysis and feminism, and exploring the possibility of a feminist subject within a non-masculine logic. In Lacan and Critical Feminism, Carusi merges Lacans theories of discourse and sexuation, not only from a gender/sexuality angle, but also from a literary, feminist, and womens studies framework. By drawing examples from literature, film, art, and socio-political movements to focus on discourse and sexuation, the text examines how tropes impact the subjects positionality within any discourse mode. The book also uses womens collective experience and action to illustrate ways that women have repositioned dominant narratives discursively. This text represents essential reading for researchers interested in the relationship between Lacan and feminist theory.
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Author: Rahna McKey Carusi

Format: Hardback | 178 pages

Dimensions:156 x 234 x 15.24mm | 508g

Publication Date: 30 Dec 2020

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd

Language: English

ISBN 10: 0367197022

ISBN 13: 9780367197025