On the Politics of Ugliness

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Ugliness or unsightliness is much more than a quality or property of an individual’s appearance—it has long functioned as a social category that demarcates access to social, cultural, and political spaces and capital. The editors of and authors in this collection harness intersectional and interdisciplinary approaches in order to examine ugliness as a political category that is deployed to uphold established notions of worth and entitlement. On the Politics of Ugliness identifies and challenges the harmful effects that labels and feelings of ugliness have on individuals and the socio-political order. It explores ugliness in relation to the intersectional processes of racialization, colonization and settler colonialism, gender-making, ableism, heteronormativity, and fatphobia. On the Politics of Ugliness asks that we fight against visual injustice and imagine new ways of seeing.

Détails du produit

Commentaire illustrations:
XVIII, 433 p. 39 illus., 35 illus. in color.
Table des Matières:

1. Introduction: On the Politics of Ugliness (Sara Rodrigues and Ela Przybylo)



2. Ugliness (Nina
Athanassoglou-Kallmyer)



3. Listening to the Ugliness of Hetero-Erotic Miscommunication in Bruno Dumont’s Twentynine Palms (Yetta Howard)



4. “Put On All Your Make-Up and Cry It Off In Public”: The Function of Ugliness in Femme Grieving Practices (Andi Schwartz)



5. I Want to Kill Myself (Vivek Shraya, Photography by Zachary Ayotte)



6. The Lesson of the Cockroach: Towards an Ethics of Ugliness (Esther Hutfless and Elisabeth Schäfer)



7. (Un)Mapping the City Beautiful: Orlando Florida’s ‘Ugly’ Settler Colonial Legacy (Stephanie Wheeler)



8. New Body Project(s): “Excess” Skin the in the Context of Massive Weight Loss (Yasmina Katsulis)



9. The Indiscreet Charms of Spatial Ugliness: An Enquiry into a (Post)Colonial City (Sayandeb Chowdhury)



10. Stigma Stains: The Somaesthetics of Institutional Abjection (Natasha Lushetich)



11. Agatha’s Breasts on a Plate: “Ugliness” as Resistance and Queerness (Bernadette Wegenstein)



12. Imagining Ugliness: Failed Femininities, Shame, and Disgust Written onto the “Other” Body (Breanne Fahs)



13. Ugliness as Colonial Violence: Mediations of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women (Katherine Morton)



14. Writing Ugly (Melody Ellis)



15. Butler’s Monsters: The Grotesque and the Black Communal Body in Octavia Butler’s Dawn (Jalondra Davis)



16. On the Limitations of the Rhetoric of Beauty: Embracing Ugliness in Contemporary Fat Visual Representations (Stefanie Snider)



17. The Ugly, the Uninvited, the Unseen in the Work of Sia & Emma Sulkowicz (Karina Eileraas Karakuş)



18. Teaching While Ugly: A Story of Racial Pulchritude, Privilege, and Pedagogy (Michael Johnson, Jr.)



19. The Ugly Gaze (Shannon Bell)



Éditeur:
Rodrigues, Sara;Rodrigues
Przybylo, Ela;Przybylo
Remarques:
Offers a political, rather than aesthetic, consideration of ugliness


Leverages an intersectional approach to ugliness by centering the interrelationship between race, gender, sexuality, ability, and class


Approaches ugliness through an interdisciplinary lens by drawing on art history, critical race theory, feminist theory, literary studies, psychoanalysis, and critical theory

Type de média:
Couverture rigide
Éditeur:
Springer International Publishing
Biographie:
Sara Rodrigues is a researcher and writer based in Toronto, Canada. She holds a PhD in Social and Political Thought (York University). Her research program focuses on phenomenological and poststructuralist engagements with the body, embodiment and body practices. Her work has appeared in Human Studies, Sexualities and International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, among others. She is a Founding Editor of Feral Feminisms.


Ela Przybylo is a Ruth Wynn Woodward Postdoctoral Fellow and a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Simon Fraser University, Canada. Ela’s work on asexuality has appeared in GLQSexualitiesFeminism & Psychology, in Asexualities: Feminist and Queer Perspectives, and in Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, Third Edition. Ela is also a proud Founding and Advisory Editor of the peer-reviewed, open access, inter-media online journal, Feral Feminisms.

Évaluation:

"A major strength of the book lies in its employment of numerous methodologies in the study of a wide variety of topics around the embodiment of ugliness ... . which makes this book a unique work of political theory, broadly construed. ... On the Politics of Ugliness is a timely book with many layers and complex analyses that raise original points alongside some artistic expressions that provide a lot of depth to the subject matter." (Fulden Ibrahimhakkioglu, Affilia, June 18, 2021)

Langues:
Anglais
Édition:
1st ed. 2018
Nombre de pages:
433

Données de base

Type d'produit:
Livre relié
Date de publication:
6 septembre 2018
Dimensions du colis:
0.24 x 0.164 x 0.03 m; 0.802 kg
GTIN:
09783319767826
DUIN:
AL8TTI4775U
112,59 €
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