No. 2 / 2013

 

The inside cover

Contents

Corporealities: Body Limits

CORPOREALITY IN EARLY MODERN AND VICTORIAN LITERATURE AND
CULTURE

J. A. Smith - The Quick Body in Early Modern Literature
Joel Swann - George Herbert’s Eyes
Elizabeth Lowry - Embodying Essence: Corporeality, Dualism and Rhetorical Invention in the Autobiographies of Nineteenth-Century Female Spirit Mediums

CORPOREALITY IN 20TH AND 21 ST CENTURY LITERATURE AND CULTURE

Stephanie Rountree - Poop, Pie, & Politics in The Help: Rescuing the (Literary) Body from Political Obsolescence
Emma Creedon - The Relationship between Surrealism and Corporeality in Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin’s Tongues, Savage/Love and The War in Heaven
Marija Grech - Technological Appendages and Organic Prostheses: Robo-Human Appropriation and Cyborgian Becoming in Daniel H. Wilson’s Robopocalypse

CORPOREALITY IN PHILOSOPHY, THEORY AND CONTEMPORARY
CULTURE


Eftichis Pirovolakis - Derrida and Husserl’s Phenomenology of Touch: “Inter” as the Uncanny Condition of the Lived Body
Jennifer Dawn Whitney - Beauty Made Plastic: Constructions of a Western Feminine Ideal
Becky McLaughlin - Gothicizing Apotemnophilia: Live Burial, Secret Desire, and the Uncanny Body of the Amputee Wannabe

APPENDIX, COLON

Hélène Cixous - Shit, No Present: Faecetious Serrano

REVIEW ARTICLES

Arleen Ionescu, Laura Marin - Corporeality as the Limit of Phenomenology
Amanda Dennis - Between the Body and the World: Merleau-Ponty and the Rehabilitation of the Sensible

Contributors