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Previous ed.: London: Routledge, 2002.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
pt. 1. Provocations. Fear and loathing in New York : revisiting an impolite anecdote about the interface of homophobia and misogyny / Jennifer Doyle -- Negotiating feminisms in contemporary Asian women's art / Lisa E. Bloom -- One way or another : Black feminist visual theory / Judith Wilson -- Next bodies : with a difference / Faith Wilding -- Hermstory / Del LaGrace Volcano -- Feminist curating and the "return" of feminist art / Connie Butler, Amelia Jones, Maura Reilly -- pt. 2. Representation. Ways of seeing / John Berger -- Female imagery / Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro -- Visual pleasure, narrative cinema / Laura Mulvey -- Textual strategies : the politics of art-making / Judith Barry, Sandy Flitterman-Lewis -- Film and the masquerade : theorizing the female spectator / Mary Ann Doane -- Desiring images/imaging desire / Mary Kelly -- Screening the Seventies : sexuality and representation in feminist practice : a Brechtian perspective / Griselda Pollock -- The oppositional gaze : Black female spectators / Bell Hooks -- Broken symmetries : memory, sight, love / Peggy Phelan -- Feminist theory and the politics of art / Elizabeth Grosz -- Introduction from touch : sensuous theory and multisensory media / Laura U. Marks -- The transgender look / Judith Halberstam -- pt. 3. Differences. Lesbian artists / Harmony Hammond -- The straight mind / Monique Wittig -- Black bodies, white bodies : toward an iconography of female sexuality in late nineteenth-century art, medicine, and literature / Sander L. Gilman -- The colonial harem : images of a suberoticism / Malek Alloula -- Difference : "a special third world women issue" / Trinh T. Minh-ha -- Olympia's maid : reclaiming Black female subjectivity / Lorraine O'Grady -- A posttranssexual manifesto / Sandy Stone -- The other history of intercultural performance / Coco Fusco -- "The white to be angry" : Vaginal Creme Davis's terrorist drag / José Esteban Muñoz -- Droits de regards/right of inspection / Amy Villarejo -- pt. 4. Histories. Why have there been no great women artists? / Linda Nochlin -- Feminism and film : critical approaches / Camera Obscura Collective -- The triple negation of colored women artists / Adrian Piper -- Patrilineage / Mira Senor -- In search of a discourse and critique(s) that center the art of Black women artists / Freida High (Wasikhongo Tesfagiorgis) -- Introduction, once upon a time-- / Catriona Moore -- The knowledge of the body and the presence of history : toward a feminist architecture / Deborah Fausch -- Gossip as testimony : a postmodern signature / Irit Rogoff -- The ballerina's phallic pointe / Susan Leigh Foster -- Renaming untitled flesh : marking the politics of marginality / Meiling Cheng -- The social and the poetic : feminist practices in architecture, 1970-2000 / Patricia Morton -- Researching cultures and the omitted footnote : questions on the practice of feminist art history / Angela Dimitrakaki -- Global feminisms : five essays from Global feminisms : new directions in contemporary art, ed. Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin (London : Merrell, 2007 / Geeta Kapur ... [et al.] -- pt. 5. Readings/interventions. Hateful contraries : media images of Asian women / Pratibha Parmar -- The search for tomorrow in today's soap operas / Tania Modleski -- Feminist media strategies for political performance / Suzanne Lacy, Leslie Labowitz -- Introduction and conclusion to The guerrilla girls' bedside companion to the history of western art / The Guerrilla Girls -- You make me feel (mighty real) : Sandra Bernhard's whiteface / Anne Pellegrini -- Reflections on a yellow eye : Asian i(eye)cons and cosmetic surgery / Kathleen Zane -- Introduction to color of rape : gender and race in television's public spheres / Sujata Moorti -- Visibility, violence and voice? : attitudes to veiling post-11 September / Alison Donnell -- Insides, outsides : trauma, affect, and art / Jill Bennett -- Their memory is playing tricks on her : notes toward a calligraphy of rage / Catherine Lord -- pt. 6. Bodies. Making up : role-playing and transformation in women's art / Lucy Lippard -- Pornography / Andrea Dworkin -- Performative acts and gender constitution : an essay in phenomenology and feminist theory / Judith Butler -- Toward a butch-femme aesthetic / Sue-Ellen Case -- Fetishism and hard core : Marx, Freud, and the "money shot" / Linda Williams -- Theorizing the female nude / Lynda Nead -- The secret's eye / Rebecca Schneider -- Breadcrumbs in the forest : three meditations on being lost in space / Vivian Sobchack -- Living a body myth, performing a body reality : reclaiming the corporeality and sexuality of the Indian female dancer / Royonaa Mitra -- Disidentification in the center of power : the porn performer and director Belladonna as a contrasexual culture producer (a letter to Beatriz Preciado) / Tim Stuettgen -- pt. 7. Technologies. A cyborg manifesto : science, technology, and socialist-feminism in the late twentieth century / Donna Haraway -- Virtual bodies and flickering signifiers / N. Katherine Hayles -- To touch the other : a story of corpo-electronic surfaces / Christine Ross -- The virtual body in cyberspace / Anne Balsamo -- Postcolonial media theory / Maria Fernández -- Feminisations : reflections on women and virtual reality / Sadie Plant -- Cyberfeminist manifesto / VNS Matrix -- Cyberfeminism with a difference / Rosi Braidotti -- The appended subject : race and identity as digital assemblage / Jennifer González -- My womb, the mosh pit / Sharon Lehner -- Race in/for cyberspace : identity tourism and racial passing on the internet / Lisa Nakamura -- Screening the gene : Hollywood cinema and the genetic imaginary / Jackie Stacey.
Feminism is one of the most important perspectives from which visual culture has been theorised and historicised over the past 30 years. This book brings together a wide array of writings, including classic texts and polemical new pieces.
Recommended Reading PERF 4002, PERF 4001 2011