"Cartes Postales": Representing Paris 1900

@article{Schor1992CartesPR,
  title={"Cartes Postales": Representing Paris 1900},
  author={Naomi Schor},
  journal={Critical Inquiry},
  year={1992},
  volume={18},
  pages={188 - 244}
}
  • N. Schor
  • Published 1 January 1992
  • History
  • Critical Inquiry
Two widely shared but diametrically opposed views inform what theories we have on the everyday: one, which we might call the feminine or feminist, though it is not necessarily held by women or self-described feminists, links the everyday with the daily rituals of private life carried out within the domestic sphere traditionally presided over by women; the other, the masculine or masculinist, sites the everyday in the public spaces and spheres dominated especially, but not exclusively, in modern… Expand
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