The Judith Butler Reader

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  • Paperback
  • 374 pages
  • The Judith Butler Reader
  • Judith Butler
  • English
  • 04 February 2018
  • 0631225943

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The Judith Butler Reader The Judith Butler Reader is a collection of writings that span her impressive career and trace her intellectual history Judith Butler, author of influential books such as Gender Trouble, has built her international reputation as a theorist of power, gender, sexuality and identity Organized in active collaboration between Judith Butler and Sara Salih, The Judith Butler Reader collects together writings that span Butler s impressive career as a critical philosopher, including selections from both well known and lesser known works Includes an introduction and editorial material to assist students in their readings of theories that stand at the forefront of contemporary theoretical and political debates. New Download The Judith Butler Reader [ by ] Judith Butler [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Judith Butler Reader

  1. Andrew Boomhower says:

    I didn t read this entire book Why would I If you did read this cover to cover, I feel for you Besides being impossible to read without your eyes going crossed, my big gripe with Butler is that she never gets around to articulating any kind of answer to the problems of patriarchy and compulsory heterosexuality Ok, drag points to the fictive nature of gender What are we supposed to do with that Like all of the post structuralists, her slavish insistence that language reigns supreme becomes I didn t read this entire book Why would I If you did read this cover to cover, I feel for you Besides being impossible to read without your eyes going crossed, my big gripe with Butler is that she never gets around to articulating any kind of answer to the problems of patriarchy and compulsory heterosexuality Ok, drag points to the fictive nature of gender What are we supposed to do with that Like all of the post structuralists, her slavish insistence that language reigns supreme becomes tired quickly, and seems sort of silly now in the light of neo materialist thinking I ll admit that, pedagogically speaking, I m averse to Butler and her post structural insistence that identity is an unstable illusion I don t doubt the phenomenon of social construction, but I fear that students won t take it seriously, or that they will acknowledge it s existence, but continue ...

  2. Litro says:

    A collection of central passages from Butler s eminent works on gender and sexuality Difficulty to read and digest, unless one has some familiarity with Hegel and and a grasp of Foucault A must read for those studying gender and sexuality from any perspective or paradigm.

  3. Laurel L. Perez says:

    Good old Judy Butler, this edited collection of her central eminent works on gender and sexuality can be difficult to read and digest, unless you already have some familiarity with Hegel and and a grasp of Foucault That aside, this re...

  4. a.m. kozak says:

    The stuff on gender is by far the best, but her writing style is belaboured, and the literary based essays I find too superficial I find myself asking so what Interesting ideas about bodies, though.

  5. Lawrence says:

    Oh, I really like Judith Butler I do not, however, like writing about her.