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Fleshly Embodiments: Early Modern Monsters, Victorian Freaks, and Twentieth-Century Affective Spectatorship

@inproceedings{Orning2012FleshlyEE,
  title={Fleshly Embodiments: Early Modern Monsters, Victorian Freaks, and Twentieth-Century Affective Spectatorship},
  author={S. Orning},
  year={2012}
}
  • S. Orning
  • Published 2012
  • Art
  • Author(s): Orning, Sara Elisabeth Sellevold | Advisor(s): Freccero, Carla | Abstract: ABSTRACTSara E. S. OrningFleshly Embodiments: Early Modern Monsters, Victorian Freaks, and Twentieth-Century Affective SpectatorshipThe primary theoretical concern in this dissertation is to put the embodied, non-Cartesian subject at the center of the emergence of the normative human body and the experience of affective spectatorship. My investigation is set against the backdrop of the ontological privileging… CONTINUE READING

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