Post-Colonial Theory: Albert Memmi

POST-COLONIAL THEORY PART ONE: HISTORICAL CONTEXT Albert Memmi, The Colonizer and the Colonized Just as Race is essentially an American phenomenon, Post-Colonial Theory is essentially a European phenomenon.  While it is necessary to make a distinction between the very...

Écriture Féminine: Historical Context

ÉCRITURE FÉMININE PART ONE: AMERICA AND FRANCE …It still remains politically essential for feminists to defend women as women in order to contrast the patriarchal oppression that precisely defines women as women…Toril Moi, 1995 One is not born a woman, one...

Jean-Paul Sartre and Existentialism

JEAN-PAUL SARTRE (1905-1980) EXISTENTIALISM “Nothingness lies coiled in the heart of being – like a worm.” Existentialism set the tone for Postmodern thinking by being negative: it is defined in terms of what it is not and discards previous systems rooted in the...

Jacques Lacan and Women

JACQUES LACAN (1901 – 1981) PART SIX: LACAN AND WOMEN Throughout this series on the teachings of Jacques Lacan, I have noted several times that his terms must not be taken literally. The Masculine Order does not signify “men” or “males,”...
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