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Published: 01 September 2011
...2 | ALICE BULLARD Denial, La Crypte, and Magic Contributions to the Global Unconscious from Late Colonial French West African Psychiatry n her book Imperial Leather, Anne McClintock discusses a Euro- Ipean imperial identity created via the negation of difference, a...
Published: 05 June 2013
... THREE Sociology’s Imperial Unconscious Th e Emergence of American Sociology in the Context of Empire julian go Th e inhabitants of southern, central, and western Eu rope, call them Aryan, Indo...
Published: 11 June 1991
... Jose E. Limon Dancing with the Devil: Society, Gender, and the Political Unconscious in Mexican-American South Texas "iEs puro pedo de viejas!" ("It's all women's crap!) Mendieta told me as we sat at the bar in the mostly empty dance hall on a Monday...
Published: 01 September 2011
... some of the clearest lines of demarcation between psychoanalysis and other medical and social sciences informed by the idea of the unconscious. The ‘‘discontents’’ of the colonized individual were considered from a blind side of civilization: the Western ﬁxation on racial hierarchy and an attending...
Published: 01 January 2008
... of/to our unconscious imperialistic sublime. That it was designed by an Asian American female also indicates that the impunc is not an exclusively gendered or racial category. Dr. C: You are feeling lightheaded? FROM A CHOMSKIAN COUCH Me: We feel there is something buoying us up. There...
Published: 11 January 2005
...philip s. gorski The Return of the Repressed: Religion and the Political Unconscious of Historical Sociology Comparative-historical sociology has enjoyed a remarkable e∆orescence over the last quarter century, so much so, in fact, that one (participant-) observer has spoken of this...
Published: 01 January 1998
... between these black bodies and the media's racial unconscious. Something oc• curred in these spectacles of blackness that has to do not only with personal failure and the pressures of celebrity, but also with the social and cultural appa• ratus through which black bodies are brought...
Published: 09 April 2010
... public histories of political, economic, and social conﬂict into the private space of family and kin- ship relations—another instance of the racialization of intimacy. Mina mourns these signiﬁcant losses in solitude. She negotiates them not intersubjectively, but intrasubjectively and unconsciously...
Published: 02 June 2004
... A survey of contemporary scholarship on nationalism reveals that neither Armand’s color blindness nor his unconscious dependence on the construction of the maternal body as a racializing force— the two...
Book: Within the Circle: An Anthology of African American Literary Criticism from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present
Published: 01 January 1994
... Langston Hu.lles The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain O ne of the most promising of the young Negro poets said to me once, "I want to be a poet-not a Negro poet," meaning, I believe, "I want to write like a white poet"; meaning...
Published: 01 January 1999
...chapter three Self-Division as Racial Divide The Sound and the Fury In The Sound and the Fury Faulkner identifies "white" male characters in terms of a modernist consciousness. The modernist alienation of the individual psyche becomes the inalienable property of the...
Published: 01 January 2000
... 2 The Queer Career ofJim. Crow Racial and Sexual Transformation in Early Cinema In the last chapter, I argued that nascent models of sexual inversion and homosexuality in the "expert...
Published: 31 October 2002
...’ gender and their contradictory appearance onscreen, it did not engage in the same kind of play around race. Ethel Lloyd’s ‘‘real’’ racial identity, her white- ness, was paradoxically visible enough, perhaps unconsciously, to assuage the racial anxieties of a segregated white audience; at the same...
Published: 01 January 2002
... of enjoyment necessitates “White Like Me,” racial cross-dressing refers to hatred of the Other. Ascribing this excess to the cultural praxes derived from blackface perfor- “degraded” blackface Other, and indulging it—by mance that involve the conscious or unconscious imagining, incorporating, or...
Published: 01 February 2006
... catherine m. eagan Still ‘‘Black’’ and ‘‘Proud Irish America and the Racial Politics of Hibernophilia s the twentieth century came to a close, Americans were in the Amidst of a mania for all things Irish.1 Riverdance had lost its star, the Irish American step dancer...
Book: The Other Henry James
Published: 01 January 1998
...3 Acting Lessons: Racial, Sexual, and Aesthetic Politics in The Tragic Muse My dear father, only people who look dull ever get into the House of Commons, and only people who are dull ever succeed there. - Lord...
Published: 01 January 2009
... three RACIAL SHAME, MASS-MEDIATED SHAME, MUTUAL SHAME She taught me that confusion and chaos themselves could be a defense against clarity because of fear of pain or rage. —Jane Lazarre...
Published: 01 January 2018
... CHAPTER 3 Vaginal Impressions Gyno- eurologyn and the Racial Origins of Sexual Difference There omen that arew love women, Mr. Yorke, care for ’em, grieve over ’em, worry about ’em, feel a fellow...
Published: 07 May 1996
... TIll Blackness and the White Imagination Spanish Masquerade and the Drama of Racial Identity in Uncle Tom sCahin JULIA STERN /CJ lassie narratives ofAmerican slavery often feature cross-dressing o and the trope of disguise in their...
Published: 09 November 2010
... part iv ✩ THE EMPIRE UNDER SIEGE Racial Crisis, Abuse, and Violence ten THE RACIAL CRISIS OF 1971 IN THE U.S. MILITARY Finding Solutions in West Germany and South Korea...