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柏艾格  Steve Bradbury 老師
“Have Net, Will Travel: The New Face of Chinese Poetry,”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 期刊
 
 
黃道明  Hans Huang 老師
〈哀悼無色青春:反娼女性主義之濫情政治與哀傷現代「性」〉
年代 / 2011  類別 / 期刊
 
 
謝莉莉  Lili Hsieh 老師
「激放的歡愉與其反面: 論德勒茲情感政治中的哀悼和友誼」
年代 / 2011  類別 / 期刊
 
 
謝莉莉  Lili Hsieh 老師
“A Queer Sex, or Can Feminism Have Sex Without a Phallus”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 期刊
 
 
柏艾格  Steve Bradbury 老師
“Mani Rao on Her Now-More-Than-Ever Version of the Bhagavad Gita,”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 期刊
 
 
柏艾格  Steve Bradbury 老師
“ A Tell-All Interview with Yang Li, the Alpha-Male of Chinese Blog Poetry”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 期刊
 
 
何春蕤  Josephine Ho 老師
〈台灣法律中的兒少主體〉
年代 / 2011  類別 / 專書
 
 
丁乃非  Naifei (Fifi) Ding 老師
<置疑婚姻.轉譯家庭>
年代 / 2011  類別 / 論文
 
 
白大維  David Barton 老師
〈轉喻換義大師《臉》和其電影意義〉
年代 / 2011  類別 / 論文
 
 
周慧玲  Katherine ,Hui-ling, Chou 老師
<鄰居的鄉愁,京劇的擦邊球>
年代 / 2011  類別 / 論文
 
 
司徒尉  David M. Stewart 老師
Reading and Disorder in Antebellum America
年代 / 2011  類別 / 專書
Book Description
Publication Date: June 28, 2011
Historians of workingmen in the antebellum United States have long been preoccupied with labor politics and with the racism, nativism, and misogyny of their public culture. Reading and Disorder in Antebellum America expands our account of such men by asking questions about their social and bodily lives that are more discrete, yet still engaged with the economic forces that radically altered working life as the market revolution transformed a rural, agricultural nation into one that was commercial, industrial, and urban.

To advance a more capacious view of workingmen, David M. Stewart turns to reading, which is where many first encountered antebellum change as a material fact. Tapping sources from serial fiction, reform tracts, and children's books, to diet, land use policy, and personal correspondence, Stewart contends that in helping retool a workforce of farmers and artisans to meet the disciplinary needs of capital, the period's burgeoning new print culture industry developed rhetoric that used emotional coercion to affect conduct. This rhetoric also became the basis for recreational idioms that compensated for the pain of both coercive reading itself and the world such reading produced. In the space between the disciplinary and recreational lives of workingmen, Reading and Disorder revises how we understand them as performative subjects, which is to say, as cause and effect of changing antebellum times.
相關連結:專書簡介
 
 
黃道明  Hans Huang 老師
Queer Politics and Sexual Modernity in Taiwan
年代 / 2011  類別 / 專書
Description

Examining the deployments of gender and sexuality over the past five decades in Taiwan, this book chronicles a queer historiography that illuminates the production of sexual identities and the formation of sexual modernity. Through primary research and historical investigation, Hans Tao-Ming Huang offers a contextualised study of Pai Hsien-yung's Crystal Boys, one of Taiwan's first recognized gay novels, as he critically engages disparate discursive fields of dominant legal and medical discourses of sex, lesbian and gay activism, as well as mainstream feminist politics. He shows that the construction of male homosexuality as a term of social exclusion is historically linked to the state's banning of prostitution, further delineating a moral-sexual order that has come to be buttressed by the hegemonic rise of anti-prostitution state feminism since the 1990s. In exploring the imbrications of male homosexuality, prostitution and feminism in Taiwanese national culture, Huang boldly ventures a politics of sexual dissidence that contests state-inspired heteronormativity.
相關連結:香港大學出版社
 
 
柏艾格  Steve Bradbury 老師
“Soul”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 翻譯
 
 
柏艾格  Steve Bradbury 老師
“Immanuel Kant”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 翻譯
 
 
柏艾格  Steve Bradbury 老師
“A Beethoven Chronology”
年代 / 2011  類別 / 翻譯
 

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