Reading For The Body

Author: Jay Watson
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820343366
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Reading for the Body makes a powerful case for the body as an important methodological resource for a new southern studies./div

Reading And The Body

Author: Thomas Mc Laughlin
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137522895
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Literary theory has been dominated by a mind/body dualism that often eschews the role of the body in reading.

Reading The Social Body

Author: Catherine B. Burroughs
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" Some of the essays treat the social construction of bodies that have actually existed in human history; others discuss the representation of bodies in artistic contexts; all recognize that everything visible to the human body--from ...

Reading The Body

Author: Alison E. Rautman
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812217094
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In the past few decades (he body has become the critical nexus for theorizing
society and self and has similarly resulted in an outpouring of literature in
anthropological archaeology. It is axiomatic that a significant dimension of the
individual, personhood, and identity is located in the body itself: at times a
somatic grounding for the self and at other times merely a linked entity.
Sociological debates revolving around the self and the individual are
fundamentally connected with the recent ...

Per Mutations Of Qohelet

Author: Jennifer L. Koosed
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 0567290743
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And this same body is encoded in form, structure, and syntax, so that the text becomes a body with organs, systems, and even a life of its own. The book is a body and the book speaks of bodies.

Body Reading Orion Plain And Simple

Author: Sasha Fenton
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409169588
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We all know that hands can reveal character and destiny, but what about other parts of the body? With this basic guide, learn how your body features can reveal health, relationship and behaviour attributes and how to spot these in others.

Body Feng Shui

Author: Chao-Hsiu Chen
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
ISBN: 9780892817696
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Generously illustrated with more than 100 drawings that explain the meaning of distinctive physical characteristics, "Body Feng Shui" teaches readers how to explore their own and others' destinies by reading the truths of the soul as they ...

Reading The Human Body

Author: Mladen Popović
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004157174
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PHYSIOGNOMIC LEARNING AND PHYSIOGNOMIC CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE
DEAD SEA SCROLLS AND SECOND TEMPLE PERIOD JUDAISM A number of
texts from the Dead Sea Scrolls have in common that they give descriptions and
characterizations of the human body. These descriptions do not display a mere
interest in human anatomy or in the body per se. Rather, they impart knowledge
of how to read strange matters from the human body; the interest is in what the
body ...

Reading Writing And Rewriting The Prostitute Body

Author: Shannon Bell
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253208590
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My reading of the Menexenus recovers Aspasia — a burlesque treasure and a
philosophic presence: a female interrupter of the male political narrative. It is in
the space of postmodernity where the body boundaries of sex and gender, inside
and outside, are losing definition that the first women of Western philosophy can
be reclaimed: Diotima as spiritual teacher and whore; Aspasia as secularized
political prostitute philosopher. I read Diotima as a manifestation of the goddess
whose ...