Mapping the subject : geographies of cultural transformation / edited by Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift.
By: Pile, Steve
Contributor(s): Thrift, Nigel GLanguage: English Publisher: London : Routledge, 1995.Description: xiii, 414p. : ill., plates ; 24cm.ISBN: 041510226X
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Contents: Introduction / S. Pile, N. Thrift; Mapping the subject / S. Pile, N. Thrift; Part I, Constructing the subject. Knowing the individual: Michel Foucault and Norbert Elias on Las Meninas / M. Ogborn; Maps and polar regions: a note on the presentation of childhood subjectivity in fiction of the 18th and 19th centuries / C. Steedman; The art of "right living": landscape and citizenship 1918-1939 // D. Matless; Families and domestic routines / D. Sibley; Part II, Sexuality and subjectivity. The sexed self / David Bell, G. Valentine; Women on trial / J. Cream; Men, heterosexualities and emotional life / V.J. Seidler; Part III, The limits of identity. Mapping "mad" identities / H. Parr, C. Philo; Bodies without organs: schizoanalysis and deconstruction / M. Doel; Exploring the subject in hyper-reality / P. Todaway; Migrant selves and stereotypes / N. Rapport; Part IV, The politics of the subject. Time, space and otherness / S. Frosh; Subject to change without notice / V. Walkerdine; Making space for the female subject of feminism: the spatial subversions of Holzer, Kruger and Sherman / Gillian Rose; Ethnic entrepreneurs and street rebels: looking inside the inner city / Michael Keith.