On “Psycho-Photography”: the “Case” of Abu Ghraib
Elissa Marder is Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature at Emory University. Her book Dead Time: Temporal Disorders in the Wake of Modernity (Baudelaire and Flaubert) was published by Stanford University Press in 2001. She has published essays on topics in literary theory, feminism, film, psychoanalysis, and photography. She is currently working on a number of projects including a study of Walter Benjamin's writings in French tentatively titled Walter Benjamin's French Corpus, a book on early nineteenth-century French literature (Revolutionary Perversions: Literary Sex Acts 1789-1848), and a collection of essays relating to questions of subjectivity, sexuality and technology.
Elissa Marder; On “Psycho-Photography”: the “Case” of Abu Ghraib. English Language Notes 1 September 2006; 44 (2): 231–242. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00138282-44.2.231
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