Imagination in Theory: Culture, Writing, Words, and Things

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NYU Press, 1999 - 240 pagina's
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Imagination in Theory focuses on Michèle Barrett's long-standing interest in cultural questions and shows how it informs her analysis of current developments in social and feminist theory. Taking culture, theory, and writing as its themes, the book "translates" across the barriers between the humanities and social sciences, raising a number of important-and controversial-issues.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

Human Nature
170
Virginia Woolf Meets Michel Foucault
186
Notes
205

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Over de auteur (1999)

Michèle Barrett is Professor of Sociology at the City University, London. Her many books include The Politics of Truth, Women's Oppression Today, and Destabilizing Theory with Anne Phillips

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