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  1. PHIL2190 - Feminist Philosophy: Reader, Semester 2, 2017 - Michelle Boulous Walker 2017 (course reading)

    Book Required

  2. The lover - Marguerite Duras, Barbara Bray, Marguerite Duras 2006

    Book Required

  3. Hipparchia's choice: an essay concerning women, philosophy, etc - Michèle Le Dœuff 2007

    Book Required

  4. Feminist challenges: social and political theory - Carole Pateman, Elizabeth Gross 2013 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  5. The philosophical imaginary - Michèle Le Dœuff, Ebooks Corporation 1989 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  6. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz, Ebooks Corporation 1989 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  7. The second sex - Simone de Beauvoir, Constance Borde, Sheila Malovany-Chevallier 2011

    Book Required

  8. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  9. Reading Kristeva: unraveling the double-bind - Kelly Oliver c1993 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  10. This sex which is not one - Luce Irigaray 1985

    Book Required

  11. Luce Irigaray: philosophy in the feminine - Margaret Whitford c1991

    Book Required

  12. The Irigaray reader - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford 1991

    Book Required

  13. Hélène Cixous: authorship, autobiography, and love - Susan Sellers 1996 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  14. The lesbian body - Monique Wittig 1986

    Book Required

  15. Marguerite Duras - Daniel Wiles, Alan Benson, Hilary Chadwick, Marguerite Duras 2006 (videorecording)

    Audio-visual document Required

  16. Hiroshima mon amour - Alain Resnais 2003 (videorecording)

    Book Required

  17. A little chaos - Alan Rickman, Peter Gregson, Kate Winslet, Matthias Schoenaerts 2015 (videorecording)

    Audio-visual document Required

  18. An introduction to feminist philosophy - Alison Stone 2007

    Book Recommended

  19. The virtue of feminist rationality - Deborah K. Heikes c2012 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  20. Contemporary French feminism - Kelly Oliver, Lisa Walsh 2004 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  21. Ethics of Eros: Irigaray's re-writing of the philosophers - Tina Chanter 1995 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  22. Girlhood: Bande de filles - Celine Sciamma 2015 (videorecording =)

    Book Recommended

  23. Engaging with Irigaray: feminist philosophy and modern European thought - Margaret Whitford, Naomi Schor, Carolyn Burke 1994

    Book Recommended

  24. Frances Ha - Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, Adam Driver, Mickey Sumner 2014

    Book Recommended

  25. Slow philosophy: Reading Against the Institution - Michelle Boulous Walker 2016 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  26. Just life: bioethics and the future of sexual difference - Mary C. Rawlinson, Ebooks Corporation 2016 (electronic resource)

    Book Further

  27. PART ONE: FEMINISM AND PHILOSOPHY? 53 items
    1. Week 1: Introduction: Philosophy, Women, and Questions of Reason 25 items
      1. Pages 27-32: First notebook - Michèle Le Doeuff 2007

        Chapter Required

      2. Feminist challenges: social and political theory - Carole Pateman, Elizabeth Gross 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter 13: "What is feminist theory?"

      3. Pages 1-29: Introduction: What is Feminist Theory? - Alison Stone 2007

        Chapter Recommended

      4. The virtue of feminist rationality - Deborah K. Heikes c2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read Chapter: Why Reason?, pages 190-204

      5. Chapter 1: The meaning of the feminine - Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread 2011

        Chapter Further

      6. Changing difference: the feminine and the question of philosophy - Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread 2011

        Book Further See also 90-141. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      7. Contemporary French feminism - Kelly Oliver, Lisa Walsh 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      8. Pages 187-215: Bodies and Knowledges: Feminism and the Crisis of Reason - Elizabeth Grosz 1993

        Chapter Further

      9. Volatile bodies: toward a corporeal feminism - E. A. Grosz 1994

        Book Further Read: Elizabeth Grosz, "Refiguring Bodies" pp.3-24. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      10. Space, time, and perversion: the politics of bodies - E. A. Grosz 1995

        Book Further Read Parts 1 and 2. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      11. The bodies of women: ethics, embodiment and sexual difference - Rosalyn Diprose 1994

        Book Further

      12. Feminist challenges: social and political theory - Carole Pateman, Elizabeth Gross 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read: Chapters 2-"Feminism, philosophy and riddles without answers" and chapter 4 - "Ethics revisited: Women and/in philosopy"

      13. Hipparchia's choice: an essay concerning women, philosophy, etc - Michèle Le Dœuff 2007

        Book Further Read pp.211-315. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      14. Patterns of dissonance: a study of women in contemporary philosophy - Rosi Braidotti 1991 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Rosi Braidotti, "Feminist Discursive Tactics in Philosophy, or: I Think Therefore He Is", pp.174-208 & "Radical Philosophies of Sexual Difference, or: I Think Therefore She Is", pp.209-73.

      15. Hypatia's daughters: fifteen hundred years of women philosophers - Linda L. McAlister c1996

        Book Further

      16. Feminism and philosophy: perspectives on difference and equality - Moira Gatens 1991

        Book Further Read "The Feminist critique of Philosophy", pp.85-99 & "Sexual Difference or Sexual Equality", pp.122-135. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

      17. Imaginary bodies: ethics, power, and corporeality - Moira Gatens 1995

        Book Further

      18. French women philosophers: a contemporary reader : subjectivity, identity, alterity - Christina Howells 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read The Rational and Scientific Subject, pp.267-336.

      19. Feminist theory and the philosophies of man - Andrea Nye c1988

        Book Further

      20. Philosophy & feminism: at the border - Andrea Nye c1995

        Book Further

      21. Hypatia 2000

        Journal Further Read Special Issue on Women Philosophers in France

      22. Subjection & subjectivity: psychoanalytic feminism & moral philosophy - Diana T. Meyers 1994 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: Chapter 1. pp. 1-19.

      23. An unconventional history of Western philosophy: conversations between men and women philosophers - Karen Warren c2009

        Book Further

      24. Agora - Alejandro Amenabar 2012 (videorecording)

        Audio-visual document Further

    2. Week 2: Michele Le Doeuff: Philosophy and the Exclusion of Women 28 items
      1. The philosophical imaginary - Michèle Le Dœuff, Ebooks Corporation 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter: Long Hair, Short Ideas, pages 100-128

      2. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Speaking Silence: woman's voice in philosophy, pp.9-26.

      3. Chapter 1: The meaning of the feminine - Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread 2011

        Chapter Further For online access to this chapter, see this same reference in Week 1 readings.

      4. Changing difference: the feminine and the question of philosophy - Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread 2011

        Book Further Read pages 90-141. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      5. Contemporary French feminism - Kelly Oliver, Lisa Walsh 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read A Little Learning: Women and (Intellectual) Work, pp.74-89.

      6. Hipparchia's choice: an essay concerning women, philosophy, etc - Michèle Le Dœuff 2007

        Book Further Read pp.1-55. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      7. Pages 41-54: Ants and Women, or Philosophy without Borders - Michèle Le Doeuff 1987

        Chapter Further

      8. Women, Reason, Etc - Michèle Le Doeuff 1990

        Article Further

      9. The sex of knowing - Michèle Le Doeuff, Lorraine Code, Kathryn Hamer 2003

        Book Further

      10. The man of reason: "male" and "female" in Western philosophy - Genevieve Lloyd 1993 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.viii-x, 1-17, 103-10.

      11. The woman of reason: feminism, humanism, and political thought - Karen Green 1995

        Book Further

      12. Rational woman: a feminist critique of dichotomy - Raia Prokhovnik 2002

        Book Further

      13. Women and reason - Elizabeth D. Harvey, Kathleen Okruhlik 1992

        Book Further

      14. A Mind of one's own: feminist essays on reason and objectivity - Louise M. Antony, Charlotte Witt 1993

        Book Further

      15. Feminist challenges: social and political theory - Carole Pateman, Elizabeth Gross 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Chapter 1: "The theoretical subversiveness of feminism", pp.1-10.

      16. The Female body in western culture: contemporary perspectives - Susan Rubin Suleiman 1986

        Book Further Read The Politics of Women's Bodies: Reflections on Plato, pp.339-353. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      17. Inessential woman: problems of exclusion in feminist thought - Elizabeth V. Spelman 1988

        Book Further Read pp.19-36 & pp.37-56. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      18. Chapter 5: One of the Things as stake in Women's Struggles - Jean-François Lyotard 1989

        Chapter Further

      19. Philosophy without women: the birth of sexism in Western thought - Vigdis Songe-Möller c2002

        Book Further

      20. Subjection & subjectivity: psychoanalytic feminism & moral philosophy - Diana T. Meyers 1994 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: Chapters 2 & 3: 20-41, 42-61.

      21. Why Do Female Students Leave Philosophy? The Story from Sydney - Tom Dougherty, Samuel Baron, Kristie Miller 2015

        Article Further

  28. PART TWO: INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH FEMINIST PHILOSOPHY 113 items
    1. Week 3: Intellectual Influences & Philosophical Background 14 items
      1. French feminist theory: an introduction - Dani Cavallaro ©2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read pages 1-39

      2. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz, Ebooks Corporation 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read pages 1-26.

      3. Contemporary French feminism - Kelly Oliver, Lisa Walsh 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      4. Modern French philosophy - Vincent Descombes 1980

        Book Further Read pp.1-8 and 48-54. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

      5. Chapter 5: Sartre - Gary Gutting 2001

        Chapter Further

      6. French philosophy in the twentieth century - Gary Gutting 2001

        Book Further Read pp.158-212. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

      7. The Thinking muse: feminism and modern French philosophy - Iris Marion Young, Jeffner Allen 1989

        Book Further Read pp.71-85, 101-112 & 85-100. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

      8. Volatile bodies: toward a corporeal feminism - E. A. Grosz 1994

        Book Further Read: Liz Grosz, "Lived Bodies: Phenomenology and the Flesh" pp.86-111. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

      9. Pages 99-101: Jacques Lacan - Toril Moi 1985

        Chapter Further

      10. French Feminisms - Some Considerations - Rosi Braidotti 1986

        Article Further

      11. New French feminisms: an anthology - Elaine Marks, Isabelle De Courtivron 1981

        Book Further Read pages 1-38.

      12. Chapter 1: Beginnings - Claire Duchen 1986

        Chapter Further

      13. Chapter 12 : French Theory and the Seduction of Feminism - Gane Gallop 1987

        Chapter Further

    2. Week 4: Simone de Beauvoir & the Tradition of Existential Phenomenology 53 items
      1. Pages 13-29: Introduction - Simone de Beauvoir 1993

        Chapter Required

      2. Chapter 2: The Legacy of Simone de Beauvoir - Tina Chanter 1995

        Chapter Recommended

      3. The second sex - Simone de Beauvoir, Constance Borde, Sheila Malovany-Chevallier 2009

        Book Further

      4. Hipparchia's choice: an essay concerning women, philosophy, etc - Michèle Le Dœuff 2007

        Book Further Read pp. 55-133. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      5. What Feminism? - Alice A. Jardine 15/08/2010

        Article Further

      6. Simone de Beauvoir: a critical reader - Elizabeth Fallaize 1998

        Book Further

      7. Feminist interpretations of Simone de Beauvoir - Margaret A. Simons 1995

        Book Further

      8. Simone de Beauvoir: a critical introduction - Edward Fullbrook 1998

        Book Further

      9. The Cambridge companion to Simone de Beauvoir - Claudia Card 2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      10. The mother mirror: self-representation and the mother-daughter relation in Colette, Simone de Beauvoir, and Marguerite Duras - Laurie Corbin c2001

        Book Further Read pp.45-70. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      11. Existentialism, feminism, and Simone de Beauvoir - Joseph Mahon, Jo Campling 1997

        Book Further

      12. Freedom and recognition in the work of Simone de Beauvoir - Susanne Moser 2008

        Book Further

      13. Chapter 7: The Notorious contradictions of Simone de Beauvoir - Penelope Deutscher 1997

        Chapter Further

      14. Chapter 5: Mastering a Woman: The Imaginary Foundation of a Certain Metaphysical Order - Michèle Le Doeuff 1994

        Chapter Further For online access to chapter, see this same reference in Week 2.

      15. Chapter 3 : Simone de Beauvoir: Falling into (Ambiguous) Line - Michele Le Doueff 1995

        Chapter Further

      16. Simone de Beauvoir, philosophy & feminism - Nancy Bauer c2001

        Book Further

      17. Simone de Beauvoir - Ursula Tidd 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      18. Simone de Beauvoir: the making of an intellectual woman - Toril Moi c2008

        Book Further

      19. Revaluing French feminism: critical essays on difference, agency, and culture - Nancy Fraser, Sandra Lee Bartky 1992

        Book Further Read pp.25-41: Two Interviews with Simone de Beauvoir" in Fraser and Bartky. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      20. Pages 84-96: Death Sentences: Writing Couples and Ideology - Alice Jardine 1986

        Chapter Further

      21. The philosophical imaginary - Michèle Le Duff 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.100-28: Long Hair, Short Ideas

      22. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: Elizabeth Grosz, “Luce Irigaray and Sexual Difference” pp.184-229.

      23. Feminism and philosophy: perspectives on difference and equality - Moira Gatens 1991

        Book Further Read pp.48-59. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

      24. Feminist challenges: social and political theory - Carole Pateman, Elizabeth Gross 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Chapter 10 - "Simone de Beauvoir: Philosophy and /or the female body"

      25. Chapter 3: Operative philosophy: Reading Michele Le Doeuff - Toril Moi 1988

        Chapter Further

      26. Feminist theory and Simone de Beauvoir - Toril Moi 1990

        Book Further

      27. Pages 93-108: The Master-Slave Dialectic in The Second Sex - Eva Lundgren-Gothin 1998

        Chapter Further

      28. Of Hegelian Bondage. - Virginia Berry 2000

        Article Further

      29. Beauvoir, Hegel, War - Meryl Altman 2007

        Article Further

      30. Pages 112-127: Holes and Slime in Sartre's Psychoanalysis - Margery Collins, C. Pierce 1976

        Chapter Further

      31. The Irigaray reader - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford 1991

        Book Further Read: "Equal or different?" pp.30-33. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      32. Differences

        Journal Further Read V:2 1989, pp.38-58.

      33. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler c1999 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: pp.1-34.

      34. Chapter 15: Gendering the Body: Beauvoir's Philosophical Contribution - Judith Butler 1989

        Chapter Further

      35. The man of reason: "male" and "female" in Western philosophy - Genevieve Lloyd 1993 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pages 86-102

      36. The woman of reason: feminism, humanism, and political thought - Karen Green 1995

        Book Further

      37. Inessential woman: problems of exclusion in feminist thought - Elizabeth V. Spelman 1988

        Book Further Read pp.57-79. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      38. Hypatia reborn: essays in feminist philosophy - Azizah Al-Hibri, Margaret A. Simons 1990

        Book Further Read pages 227-336. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      39. Feminist Thought: A More Comprehensive Introduction - Rosemarie Tong 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      40. Chapter 1: The Psychology of power - Jean Curthoys 1997

        Chapter Further

      41. The Thinking muse: feminism and modern French philosophy - Iris Marion Young, Jeffner Allen 1989

        Book Further Read Jo-Ann Pilardi, “Female Eroticism in the Works of Simone de Beauvoir” pp.18-34 & Eléanor H. Kuykendall, “Simone de Beauvoir and Two Kinds of Ambivalence in Action” pp. 35-50. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      42. Simone de Beauvoir on woman - Jean Leighton 1975

        Book Further

      43. Philosophy as passion: the thinking of Simone de Beauvoir - Karen Vintges c1996

        Book Further

      44. Beauvoir and Sartre: The Riddle of Influence - Christine Daigle, Jacob Golomb 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      45. How to read Beauvoir - Stella Sandford 2006

        Book Further

    3. Week 5: Psychoanalytic Theory: Sigmund Freud 24 items
      1. Chapter 33: Femininity - Sigmund Freud 1989

        Chapter Required

      2. Part of Chapter 6: Psychoanalysis and French Feminisms - Moira Gatens 1991

        Chapter Required

      3. Pages 221-243: Female sexuality (1931) - Sigmund Freud 1964

        Chapter Further

      4. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.6-23

      5. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Reading Psychoanalysis: psychotic texts/maternal pre-texts" pp.50-67 and “Conclusion: speaking with(in) the symbolic” in Philosophy and the Maternal Body: Reading Silence, pp.176-181.

      6. Patterns of dissonance: a study of women in contemporary philosophy - Rosi Braidotti 1991 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Desidero Ergo Sum: The Improbable Tête-à-Tête between Philosophy and Psychoanalysis" pp.16-45.

      7. French women philosophers: a contemporary reader : subjectivity, identity, alterity - Christina Howells 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read The Psychoanalytic Subject, pp.179-265.

      8. The interpretation of the flesh: Freud and femininity - Teresa Brennan 1992

        Book Further Read pp.1-36 & 37-82.

      9. Performing sexualities - Michelle Boulous Walker, Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane, Qld.) 1994

        Book Further Read Essence Against Identity, pp.1-10. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      10. Women & literature

        Journal Further Read V.7:1 1979 pp. 57-63. Jane Gallop, "Psychoanalysis in France". Copyright Act prevents online access

      11. Revaluing French feminism: critical essays on difference, agency, and culture - Nancy Fraser, Sandra Lee Bartky 1992

        Book Further Read pp. 136-161: The Subversion of Women's Agency in Psychoanalytic Feminism: Chodorow, Flax, Kristeva. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      12. Pages xv-xxxviii: Introduction, 1999 - Juliet Mitchell 1974

        Chapter Further

      13. Between feminism and psychoanalysis - Teresa Brennan 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      14. Feminism and psychoanalysis: a critical dictionary - Elizabeth Wright 1992

        Book Further

      15. Pages 106-121: Psychoanalysis and Feminism in France - Jane Gallop, Carolyn Burke 1985

        Chapter Further

      16. The enigma of woman: woman in Freud's writings - Sarah Kofman 1985

        Book Further Read Part 1: pp. 9-97. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      17. Freud and women - Lucy Freeman, Herbert S. Strean 1987

        Book Further

      18. Pages 142-160: A Critique of the Sex/Gender Distinction - Moira Gatens 1983

        Chapter Further

    4. Week 6: Psychoanalysis/Language/Writing: Jacques Lacan 22 items
      1. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read pages 24-49.

      2. An introductory dictionary of Lacanian psychoanalysis - Dylan Evans 1996

        Book Further

      3. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: pp.1-38, esp.pp.16-26.

      4. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.147-187

      5. Volatile bodies: toward a corporeal feminism - E. A. Grosz 1994

        Book Further Read: Elizabeth Grosz, "Psychoanalysis and Psychical Topographies" pp.27-61. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      6. Pages 1-26: Introduction - Juliett Mitchell, Jacqueline Rose 1982

        Chapter Further

      7. Reading theory: an introduction to Lacan, Derrida, and Kristeva - Michael Payne 1993

        Book Further Read pp.26-109. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      8. Feminism and psychoanalysis: the daughter's seduction - Jane Gallop 1982

        Book Further Read pages: xi-xv, 1-14. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      9. Chapter 6: Reading the Phallus - Jane Gallop 1985

        Chapter Further

      10. The Ladies' Man - Jane Gallop, Jacques Lacan 24/1976

        Article Further

      11. Pages 243-251: Phallus/Penis: Same Difference - Jane Gallop 1981

        Chapter Further

      12. Revaluing French feminism: critical essays on difference, agency, and culture - Nancy Fraser, Sandra Lee Bartky 1992

        Book Further Read pp.113-135: Lacanian Psychoanalysis and French Feminism: Toward an Adequate Political Psychology. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      13. Lacan: topologically speaking - Ellie Ragland-Sullivan, Dragan Milovanovic c2004

        Book Further

      14. Chapter 10: The Philosophy School: Alexandre Koyre and Others - Elizabeth Roudinesco 1997

        Chapter Further

      15. Feminism and psychoanalysis - Judith Roof, Richard Feldstein, Conference on feminism and psychoanalysis 1989

        Book Further

      16. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler c1999 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: pp.35-78.

  29. PART THREE: FRENCH FEMINIST PHILOSOPHY 290 items
    1. Week 7: Julia Kristeva: The Politics of Marginality 39 items
      1. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read pages 39-69.

      2. Pages 83-95: It Is Right To Rebel... - Julia Kristeva 2002

        Chapter Required

      3. Pages 165-167: Oscillation Between Power and Denial - Julia Kristeva 1981

        Chapter Required

      4. Reading Kristeva: unraveling the double-bind - Kelly Oliver c1993 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      5. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Kristeva: naming the problem, pp.103-133.

      6. The sense and non-sense of revolt: The Powers and Limits of Psychoanalysis - Julia Kristeva, Jeanine Herman 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      7. Intimate revolt: the powers and limits of psychoanalysis - Julia Kristeva, Julia Kristeva 2002

        Book Further

      8. Revolt, she said - Julia Kristeva, Philippe Petit, Sylvère Lotringer c2002

        Book Further

      9. Contemporary French feminism - Kelly Oliver, Lisa Walsh 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read The Meaning of Equality, pp.90-108.

      10. Women's Time - Julia Kristeva, Alice Jardine and Harry Blake 1981

        Article Further

      11. New French feminisms: an anthology - Elaine Marks, Isabelle De Courtivron 1981

        Book Further Read "Woman Can Never Be Defined" pp.137-141 and "Chinese Women against the Tide" p.240.

      12. The portable Kristeva - Julia Kristeva, Kelly Oliver ©2002 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "The Subject in Signifying Practice” pp.23-34.

      13. Chapter 12: A New Type of Intellectual: The Dissident - Julia Kristeva 1986

        Chapter Further

      14. China, Women and the Symbolic An Interview with Julia Kristeva - Josette Féral Féral, Julia Kristeva, Penny Kritzman 1976

        Article Further

      15. Revolution in poetic language - Julia Kristeva, Margaret Walter 1984

        Book Further Read The Semiotic and the Symbolic, pp.19-106.

      16. Revolt, affect, collectivity: the unstable boundaries of Kristeva's polis - Tina Chanter, Ewa Plonowska Ziarek c2005

        Book Further

      17. Ethics, politics, and difference in Julia Kristeva's writings - Kelly Oliver 1993

        Book Further Read Kristeva's Politics of Change: Tracking Essentialism with the Help of a Sex/Gender Map, pp.179-195.

      18. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.147-160

      19. Feminist challenges: social and political theory - Carole Pateman, Elizabeth Gross 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Philosophy, subjectivity and the body: Kristeva and Irigaray" pp.125-143.

      20. After the revolution: on Kristeva - John Lechte, Mary Zournazi c1998

        Book Further

      21. Julia Kristeva: live theory - John Lechte, Maria Margaroni 2004

        Book Further

      22. The Thinking muse: feminism and modern French philosophy - Iris Marion Young, Jeffner Allen 1989

        Book Further Read pp. 180-194. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      23. Chapter 4: The libidinal economy of power, democracy and the ethics of psychoanalysis - Ewa Plonowska Ziarek 2001

        Chapter Further

      24. French feminist theory: an introduction - Dani Cavallaro ©2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Language and the Subject, pp.72-93.

      25. Subjection & subjectivity: psychoanalytic feminism & moral philosophy - Diana T. Meyers 1994 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Psychoanalytic Feminism and Dissient Speech” pp.62-92 and “Dissient Speech: Figuration and the Politicization of Moral Perception” pp.93-118.

      26. Reading theory: an introduction to Lacan, Derrida, and Kristeva - Michael Payne 1993

        Book Further Read pp.162-211. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      27. The Poetics of gender - Nancy K. Miller 1986

        Book Further Read "Opaque Texts and Transparent Contexts: The Political Difference of Julia Kristeva" pp.96-116. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      28. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler c1999 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: pp.79-92.

      29. Abjection, melancholia and love: the work of Julia Kristeva - John Fletcher, Andrew E. Benjamin 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Julia Kristeva: Theorising the Avant-Garde?", pp.137-156.

      30. Sexual/textual politics: feminist literary theory - Toril Moi 1985

        Book Further Read pp.150-173. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    2. Week 8: Julia Kristeva: The Maternal Body 16 items
      1. Pages 99-118: Stabat Mater - Julia Kristeva 1986

        Chapter Required

      2. Reading Kristeva: unraveling the double-bind - Kelly Oliver c1993 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read pages 48-68

      3. Chapter 9: Motherhood According to Giovanni Bellini - Julia Kristeva 1980

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read pages 70-99.

      5. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Collecting Mothers: women at the Symposium, pp.134-158.

      6. Abjection, melancholia and love: the work of Julia Kristeva - John Fletcher, Andrew E. Benjamin 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read The Body of Signification, pp.80-103.

      7. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.160-167

      8. Ethics, politics, and difference in Julia Kristeva's writings - Kelly Oliver 1993

        Book Further Read "Renaissance Paintings and Psychoanalysis: Julia Kristeva and the Function of the Mother" pp.92-115 and "Identification with the Divided Mother: Kristeva's Ambivalence" pp.79-91.

      9. The Poetics of gender - Nancy K. Miller 1986

        Book Further Read "Difference on Trial: A Critique of the Maternal Metaphor in Cixous, Irigaray and Kristeva", pp.157-182. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      10. Abjection, melancholia and love: the work of Julia Kristeva - John Fletcher, Andrew E. Benjamin 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "The Ethics of Sexual Difference" pp.53-62.

      11. Body/text in Julia Kristeva: religion, women, and psychoanalysis - David Crownfield c1992

        Book Further

      12. Philosophical inquiries into pregnancy, childbirth, and mothering: maternal subjects - Sheila Lintott, Maureen Sander-Staudt 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

    3. Week 9: Luce Irigaray: Critique of Philosophy & Psychoanalysis 47 items
      1. Chapter 2: Subjectivity and language - Margaret Whitford 1991

        Chapter Required

      2. The Future of Sexual Difference: An Interview with Judith Butler and Drucilla Cornell - Pheng Cheah, Elizabeth Grosz, Judith Butler, Drucilla Cornell 1998

        Article Recommended

      3. Pages 285-315: Back in Analysis: How to Do Things with Irigaray - Elizabeth Hirsch 1994

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: Elizabeth Grosz, “Luce Irigaray and Sexual Difference” pp.100-139.

      5. Returning to Irigaray: feminist philosophy, politics, and the question of unity - Maria C. Cimitile, Elaine P. Miller 2007

        Book Further Read: Gail Scwab, “Reading Irigaray (and Her Readers) in the Twenty-First Century” pp. 25-50. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      6. Chapter 1: The meaning of the feminine - Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread 2011

        Chapter Further For online access to this chapter, see this same reference in Week 1 readings.

      7. Changing difference: the feminine and the question of philosophy - Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread 2011

        Book Further Read pages 90-141. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      8. Luce Irigaray: key writings - Luce Irigaray 2004

        Book Further

      9. Women's Exile - Luce Irigaray Spring 1977

        Article Further

      10. This sex which is not one - Luce Irigaray 1985

        Book Further Read: "This Sex Which Is Not One" pp. 23-33 & "Psychoanalytic Theory: Another Look" pp.34-67 & "The power of discourse and the subordination of the feminine" pp.68-85. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      11. The Irigaray reader - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford 1991

        Book Further Read (reprint from This Sex Which Is Not One): "The power of discourse and the subordination of the feminine" pp.118-132. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      12. The Irigaray reader - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford 1991

        Book Further Read: "The poverty of psychoanalysis" pp.79-104 & "The limits of transference" pp.105-117. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      13. Between feminism and psychoanalysis - Teresa Brennan 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "the gesture in psychoanalysis", pp.127-138.

      14. Speculum of the other woman - Luce Irigaray 1985

        Book Further Read: pp.11-129. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      15. To speak is never neutral - Luce Irigaray 2002

        Book Further

      16. Chapter 8: Towards a sharing of speech

        Chapter Further

      17. Revaluing French feminism: critical essays on difference, agency, and culture - Nancy Fraser, Sandra Lee Bartky 1992

        Book Further Read: Luce Irigaray, "Sorcerer Love: A Reading of Plato's Symposium, Diotima's Speech" pp.64-76. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      18. Pages 5-19: Sexual difference 1993

        Chapter Further

      19. Sharing the world - Luce Irigaray c2008

        Book Further

      20. In the beginning, she was - Luce Irigaray c2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      21. Irigaray: towards a sexuate philosophy - Rachel Jones 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      22. Engaging with Irigaray: feminist philosophy and modern European thought - Margaret Whitford, Naomi Schor, Carolyn Burke 1994

        Book Further

      23. Returning to Irigaray: feminist philosophy, politics, and the question of unity - Maria C. Cimitile, Elaine P. Miller 2007

        Book Further

      24. Returning to Irigaray: feminist philosophy, politics, and the question of unity - Maria C. Cimitile, Elaine P. Miller 2007

        Book Further Read: Catherine Peebles, “Knowing the Other: Ethics and the Future of Psychoanalysis” pp.223-242. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      25. Revaluing French feminism: critical essays on difference, agency, and culture - Nancy Fraser, Sandra Lee Bartky 1992

        Book Further Read Andrea Nye, "The Hidden Host: Irigaray and Diotima at Plato's Symposium" pp.77-93 & Diana J. Fuss, "`Essentially Speaking': Luce Irigaray's Language of Essence" 55-72. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      26. Essentially speaking: feminism, nature & difference - Diana Fuss 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read chapter 3: Monique Wittig's Anti-essentialist Materialism

      27. Chapter 8: Luce Irigaray - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford

        Chapter Further

      28. Irigaray and sexual difference - Elizabeth Gross 03/1986

        Article Further

      29. Jacques Lacan: a feminist introduction - E. A. Grosz 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.147-187

      30. Volatile bodies: toward a corporeal feminism - E. A. Grosz 1994

        Book Further Read: Read: Liz Grosz, "Lived Bodies: Phenomenology and the Flesh" pp.86-111, esp. pp.103f. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      31. A politics of impossible difference: the later work of Luce Irigaray - Penelope Deutscher 2002

        Book Further

      32. Ethics of Eros: Irigaray's re-writing of the philosophers - Tina Chanter 1995

        Book Further Read: "Preface" pp.1-20 & "Afterward: Irigaray, Freud, Lacan" pp. 255-265.

      33. An Interview with Luce Irigaray - Kiki Amsberg, Aafke Steenhuis 1983

        Article Further

      34. Sexual/textual politics: feminist literary theory - Toril Moi 1985

        Book Further Read: pp. 127-149. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      35. Forever fluid: a reading of Luce Irigaray's Elemental passions - Hanneke Canters, Grace M. Jantzen 2005

        Book Further

      36. Between feminism and psychoanalysis - Teresa Brennan 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Rereading Irigaray" pp.106-126 and "The politics of ontological difference" pp.89-105.

      37. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler c1999 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: pp.1-34.

    4. Week 10: Luce Irigaray: Mothers and Daughters 47 items
      1. Chapter 2: The Bodily Encounter with the Mother - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford 1991

        Chapter Required

      2. Pages 7-21: Body Against Body: In Relation to the Mother - Luce Irigaray, Gillian C. Gill 1993

        Chapter Required

      3. Luce Irigaray: philosophy in the feminine - Margaret Whitford c1991

        Book Required Read "Maternal genealogy and the Symbolic", pp.75-97. High Use copy held in Social Sciences & Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      4. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Michelle Boulous Walker, "Mothers and daughters: speaking" pp.159-175 & "Conclusion: Speaking with(in) the symbolic" pp.176-181.

      5. And the One Doesn't Stir without the Other - Luce Irigaray, Hélène Vivienne Wenzel 1981

        Article Further

      6. When Our Lips Speak Together - Luce Irigaray, Carolyn Burke 1980

        Article Further

      7. Feminism, psychoanalysis, and maternal subjectivity - Alison Stone 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: Alison Stone, "Re-assessing Mother-Daughter Relationships" pp.88-107.

      8. Ain't I a woman: Black women and feminism - bell hooks 2015 (electronic resource)

        Book Further esp. 119-58, 159-96

      9. Talking back: thinking feminist, thinking black - bell hooks 1989

        Book Further

      10. Chapter 25: Black women and feminism - bell hooks 1989

        Chapter Further

      11. Luce Irigaray: key writings - Luce Irigaray 2004

        Book Further

      12. The Irigaray reader - Luce Irigaray, Margaret Whitford 1991

        Book Further Read: "Women-Mothers, the Silent Substratum of the Social Order" pp.47-52. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      13. Pages 89-112: The Forgotten Mystery of Female Ancestry - Luce Irigaray 1994

        Chapter Further

      14. Divine women - Luce Irigaray 1986

        Book Further

      15. Je, tu, nous: toward a culture of difference - Luce Irigaray 1993

        Book Further

      16. This sex which is not one - Luce Irigaray 1985

        Book Further Read: "When the Goods Get Together" pp. 192-197 and "The Power of Discourse and the Subordination of the Feminine" pp. 68-65. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      17. I love to you: sketch for a felicity within history - Luce Irigaray 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      18. Thinking the difference: for a peaceful revolution - Luce Irigaray 1994

        Book Further

      19. An ethics of sexual difference - Luce Irigaray 1993

        Book Further

      20. Elemental Passions - Luce Irigaray 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      21. To be two - Luce Irigaray 2000

        Book Further

      22. Democracy begins between two - Luce Irigaray 2001 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      23. French women philosophers: a contemporary reader : subjectivity, identity, alterity - Christina Howells 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "The Psychoanalytic Subject' pp. 82-91.

      24. The way of love - Luce Irigaray, Heidi Bostic, Stephen Pluhácek 2002

        Book Further

      25. Between East and West: from singularity to community - Luce Irigaray ©2002 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      26. Sharing the world - Luce Irigaray c2008

        Book Further

      27. Why different?: a culture of two subjects : interviews with Luce Irigaray - Luce Irigaray, Sylvère Lotringer, Camille Collins c2000

        Book Further

      28. Thinking with Irigaray - Mary C. Rawlinson, Sabrina L. Hom, Serene J. Khader 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Part I: “alternatives to Masculine Genealogies” pp. 11-74

      29. Sexual subversions: three French feminists - E. A. Grosz 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read: Elizabeth Grosz, “Luce Irigaray and Sexual Difference” pp. 100-139.

      30. Engaging with Irigaray: feminist philosophy and modern European thought - Margaret Whitford, Naomi Schor, Carolyn Burke 1994

        Book Further Read "The Hetero and the Homo: The Sexual Ethics of Luce Irigaray" pp.335-350 and "Female Genealogies" pp.317-334. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      31. Irigaray and the divine - Elizabeth Gross 1986

        Book Further

      32. Returning to Irigaray: feminist philosophy, politics, and the question of unity - Maria C. Cimitile, Elaine P. Miller 2007

        Book Further Read: Krzysztof Ziarek, “A New Economy of Relations”, pp.51-76. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      33. A politics of impossible difference: the later work of Luce Irigaray - Penelope Deutscher 2002

        Book Further

      34. Womanizing Nietzsche: philosophy's relation to the "feminine" - Kelly Oliver 2016 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Chapter 4: The Plaint of Ariadne

      35. Mothers/Daughters/Feminists: The Darkest Continent - Mia Campioni, Rosi Braidotti 1982 March

        Article Further

      36. A feminine cinematics: Luce Irigaray, women and film - Caroline Bainbridge 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      37. Feminism, psychoanalysis, and maternal subjectivity - Alison Stone 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

    5. Week 11: Helene Cixous: Ecriture Feminine - Generosity 63 items
      1. The Laugh of the Medusa - Hélène Cixous, Keith Cohen, Paula Cohen 1976

        Article Required

      2. Hélène Cixous: authorship, autobiography, and love - Susan Sellers 1996 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read pp.1- 23.

      3. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Collecting mothers: women at the Symposium" pp.138-140.

      4. The Helene Cixous reader - Helene Cixous, Susan Sellers 1994

        Book Further

      5. Stigmata: escaping texts - Hélène Cixous 2005 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      6. Castration or Decapitation? - Hélène Cixous, Annette Kuhn 1981

        Article Further

      7. Chapter 1: Coming to Writing - Hélène Cixous 1991

        Chapter Further

      8. Three steps on the ladder of writing - Helene Cixous c1993

        Book Further

      9. Pages 63-132: Sorties: Out and Out: Attacks/Ways Out/Forays - Hélène Cixous 1986

        Chapter Further

      10. The book of Promethea =: Le livre de Promethea - Helene Cixous 1991

        Book Further

      11. Manna: for the Mandelstams for the Mandelas - Hélène Cixous, Catherine A. F. MacGillivray 1994

        Book Further

      12. Dream I tell you - Hélène Cixous, Beverley Bie Brahic 2006

        Book Further

      13. Hyperdream - Hélène Cixous, Beverley Bie Brahic 2009

        Book Further

      14. Inside - Hélène Cixous 1986

        Book Further

      15. Manhattan: letters from prehistory - Hélène Cixous, Beverley Bie Brahic 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      16. Neuter - Hélène Cixous, Lorene M. Birden c2004

        Book Further

      17. Love itself in the letter box - Hélène Cixous c2008

        Book Further

      18. The third body - Hélène Cixous 1999

        Book Further

      19. Reading with Clarice Lispector - Helene Cixous, Verena Andermatt Conley, Clarice Lispector 1990

        Book Further See Conley’s introduction for Heidegger’s influence on Cixous.

      20. White ink: interviews on sex, text and politics - Hélène Cixous, Susan Sellers c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      21. Hélène Cixous, rootprints: memory and life writing - Hélène Cixous, Mireille Calle 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      22. Writing differences: readings from the seminar of Helene Cixous - Susan Sellers, Helene Cixous 1988

        Book Further Read esp. pp.1-8, 141-154 & "Extreme fidelity" pp.9-36. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      23. The writing notebooks of Hélène Cixous - Hélène Cixous, Susan Sellers ©2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      24. Hélène Cixous: live theory - Ian Blyth, Susan Sellers 2004

        Book Further

      25. French feminist theory: an introduction - Dani Cavallaro ©2003 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Writing the Body: Toward an Understanding of L'écriture Feminine" pp.114-134.

      26. Nietzsche's French legacy: a genealogy of poststructuralism - Alan D. Schrift 1995 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Cixous: On the Gift-Giving Virtue as Feminine Economy" pp.82-101.

      27. Ecopolitics: the environment in poststructuralist thought - Verena Andermatt Conley, Ebooks Corporation 1997 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Chapter 8: "Back to writing: the fate of post-1968 feminine writing".

      28. "Coming to writing" and other essays - Helene Cixous, Deborah Jenson 1991

        Book Further Read 'Writing Past the Wall: or the Passion According to H.C" pp.vii-xii. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      29. Subversive intent: gender, politics, and the avant-garde - Susan Rubin Suleiman 1990

        Book Further Read "The Politics and Poetics of Female Eroticism" pp.119-140.

      30. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler c1999 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pages 111-127.

      31. Between feminism and psychoanalysis - Teresa Brennan 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Their "symbolic" exists, it holds power - we, the sowers of disorder, know it only too well' pp.153-167.

      32. Helene Cixous: a politics of writing - Morag Shiach 1991

        Book Further

      33. Hélène Cixous: writing and sexual difference - Abigail Bray 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      34. Chapter 3: Helene Cixous: From Inner Theatre to World Theatre - Nicole Ward Jouve 1990

        Chapter Further

      35. Medusa: solving the mystery of the gorgon - Stephen R. Wilk 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read page 219

      36. Manifestoes: provocations of the modern - Janet Lyon 1999

        Book Further

      37. Writing (With) Cixous - Clara Juncker 1988

        Article Further

      38. The Passion according to G.H. - Clarice Lispector 1988

        Book Further

      39. Near to the wild heart - Clarice Lispector 1990

        Book Further

      40. Soulstorm: stories - Clarice Lispector 1989

        Book Further

      41. The stream of life - Clarice Lispector c1989

        Book Further

      42. An apprenticeship, or, the book of delights - Clarice Lispector 1986

        Book Further

      43. Selected cronicas - Clarice Lispector, Giovanni Pontiero 1996

        Book Further

      44. The apple in the dark - Clarice Lispector 1967

        Book Further

      45. Clarice Lispector: a bio-bibliography - Diane E. Marting 1993

        Book Further

      46. Closer to the wild heart: essays on Clarice Lispector - Cláudia Pazos Alonso, Claire Williams, University of Oxford. European Humanities Research Centre 2002

        Book Further

      47. Encounter between opposites in the works of Clarice Lispector - Claire Williams 2006

        Book Further

      48. Murder and masculinity: violent fictions of twentieth century Latin America - Rebecca E. Biron 2000

        Book Further

    6. Week 12: Monique Wittig: Writing Against the "Myth" of "Woman" 24 items
      1. Pages 76-89: The Mark of Gender (1985) - Monique Wittig 1992

        Chapter Required

      2. The lesbian body - Monique Wittig 1986

        Book Required Read extract: pp.15-28, plus “Introduction” pp.5-11.

      3. The straight mind and other essays - Monique Wittig 1992

        Book Recommended Read "One Is Not Born a Woman" pp.9-20. High Use copy held in Social Sciences & Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      4. The Thinking muse: feminism and modern French philosophy - Iris Marion Young, Jeffner Allen 1989

        Book Further Read 'Displacing the Phallic Subject: Wittig’s Lesbian Writing" pp.195-210. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      5. On Monique Wittig: theoretical, political, and literary essays - Namascar Shaktini 2005

        Book Further

      6. Monique Wittig's New Language - Namascar Shaktini 1989

        Article Further

      7. Space, time, and perversion: the politics of bodies - E. A. Grosz 1995

        Book Further Read Part 3. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      8. The straight mind and other essays - Monique Wittig 1992

        Book Further Read "The Point of View: Universal or Particular?" pp. 59-67, "The Category of Sex" pp.1-8. High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      9. The opoponax: a novel - Monique Wittig 1966

        Book Further

      10. Les guerilleres - Monique Wittig 1971

        Book Further

      11. The lesbian body - Monique Wittig 1986

        Book Further

      12. Sexual practice/textual theory: lesbian cultural criticism - Julia Penelope, Susan J. Wolfe 1993

        Book Further Read: “Lesbian Intertextuality” pp.271-290 and “Poetic Politics: How the Amazons Took the Acropolis” pp.307-321.

      13. Essentially speaking: feminism, nature & difference - Diana Fuss 1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read Monique Wittig’s Anti-Essentialist Materialism, pp.39-53.

      14. A constant journey: the fiction of Monique Wittig - Erika Ostrovsky 1991

        Book Further

      15. Sexual practice/textual theory: lesbian cultural criticism - Julia Penelope, Susan J. Wolfe 1993

        Book Further Read chapter 3: Toward a Definition of the Lesbian Literary Imagination, pp.66-84.

    7. Week 13: Marguerite Duras: Women, Writing, and Desire 54 items
      1. The lover - Marguerite Duras, Barbara Bray, Marguerite Duras 2006

        Book Required

      2. Chapter 3: L'Amant: A Continous Work of Mourning - Michelle Beauclair 1998

        Chapter Further

      3. Pages 11-22: Performing Desire: Duras in Silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1994

        Chapter Further

      4. Feminism, psychoanalysis, and maternal subjectivity - Alison Stone 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read "Re-Assessing Mother-Daughter Relationships" pp.88-107, esp. pp.97-100.

      5. Duras, writing, and the ethical: making the broken whole - Martin Crowley 2000

        Book Further

      6. An Interview with Marguerite Duras - Susan Husserl-Kapit, Marguerite Duras 1975

        Article Further

      7. Destroy, she said - Marguerite Duras, Jacques Rivette, Jean Narboni, Marguerite Duras 1986

        Book Further Read pp.89-133, "Destruction and language: an interview with Marguerite Dura". High Use copy held in the Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

      8. New French feminisms: an anthology - Elaine Marks, Isabelle De Courtivron 1981

        Book Further Read "Marguerite Duras, From an Interview", pp.174-176, 238, and "Interview from "Smoothered Creativity" pp.111- 113.

      9. Pages 38-40: An Interview with Marguerite Duras - Sue Johnston 1976

        Chapter Further

      10. Pages 25-29: The Black Block - Marguerite Duras 1990

        Chapter Further

      11. Pages 67-68: Writers' Bodies - Marguerite Duras 1990

        Chapter Further

      12. The Places of Marguerite Duras - Marguerite Duras, Michelle Porte 1985

        Article Further

      13. The lover - Marguerite Duras, Marguerite Duras 1985

        Book Further

      14. The North China lover - Marguerite Duras c1992

        Book Further

      15. Destroy, she said - Marguerite Duras, Jacques Rivette, Jean Narboni, Marguerite Duras 1986

        Book Further

      16. The Malady of death - Marguerite Duras c1986

        Book Further

      17. Blue eyes black hair - Marguerite Duras 1988

        Book Further

      18. Summer rain - Marguerite Duras, Marguerite Duras 1992

        Book Further

      19. Emily L. - Marguerite Duras c1989

        Book Further

      20. The ravishing of Lol Stein - Marguerite Duras, Marguerite Duras 1986

        Book Further

      21. The vice-consul - Marguerite Duras 1987

        Book Further

      22. Woman to woman - Marguerite Duras, Xaviere Gauthier c1987

        Book Further

      23. Chapter 8: The Malady of Grief: Duras - Julia Kristeva 1989

        Chapter Further

      24. Psychoanalysis, aesthetics, and politics in the work of Kristeva - Kelly Oliver, S. K. Keltner ©2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Further Read pp.143-162: “Symptomatic Reading: Kristeva on Duras”

      25. Ethics, politics, and difference in Julia Kristeva's writings - Kelly Oliver 1993

        Book Further Read "Identification with the Divided Mother: Kristeva's Ambivalence" pp.79-91.

      26. The erotics of passage: pleasure, politics, and form in the later work of Marguerite Duras - James S. Williams 1997

        Book Further

      27. Chapter 16: Marguerite Duras and the Question of a Feminist Theater - Richard Feldstein, Judith Roof 1989

        Chapter Further

      28. Marguerite Duras - Renate Günther 2002

        Book Further

      29. Chapter 13: Phantasm and Narration in Marguerite Duras' The Ravishing of Lol V. Stein - Susan Cohen 1985

        Chapter Further

      30. Marguerite Duras: fascinating vision and narrative cure - Deborah N. Glassman c1991

        Book Further

      31. Marguerite Duras revisited - Marilyn R. Schuster 1993

        Book Further

      32. Marguerite Duras: a life - Laure Adler, Anne-Marie Glasheen 2001

        Book Further

      33. In the dark room: Marguerite Duras and cinema - Rosanna Maule, Julie Beaulieu 2009

        Book Further

      34. Lyotard, Beckett, Duras, and the postmodern sublime - Andrew Slade 2007

        Book Further

      35. Marguerite Duras - Renate Günther 2002

        Book Further

  30. Past Central Exam papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.