AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of Manchester; University of Adelaide
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Other TitlesBodily Languages, Selfhood and Transgression
AbstractThis volume brings together scholars from across disciplines and continents in order to continue to analyse, query, and deconstruct the complexities of bodily existence in the modern world. Comprising nine essays by leading and emerging scholars, and spanning issues ranging from literature, history, sociology, medicine, law and justice and beyond, Talking Bodies vol. II is a timely and prescient addition to the vital discussion of what bodies are, how we perceive them, and what they mean. As the essays of this volume demonstrate, it is imperative to question numerous established presumptions about both the manner by which our bodies perform their identities, and the processes by which their ownership can be impinged upon.
CitationAshton, Bodie, Bonsall Amy, Hay Jonathan (eds), Talking Bodies Vol. II: Bodily Languages, Selfhood and Transgression (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2020).
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