Judith Butler's Critique of Norms Ph. In this paper we contribute to these [sexualization of culture] debates by presenting 'technologies of sexiness', a theoretical framework that draws on Foucauldian theorizing of technologies of the self and Butler's work on performativity. The History of Sexuality: The Performative in the Politicalcoauthored with Athena Athanasiou. People have asked, so what are the demands? Retrieved 2 June A Politics of the Performative.
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It is not done with, over, relegated to a past, which then becomes part of a causal or narrative reconstruction of the self. By interacting with any page, you are giving consent to set cookies. What is implied by this statement [Black Lives Matter], a statement that should be obviously true, but apparently is not? From the paper's abstract: Retrieved February 17, Cleveland, OhioU.
A Dictionary of Critical Theory. More information about text formats. Fraser has suggested that Butler's focus on performativity distances her from "everyday ways of talking and thinking about ourselves. This section needs expansion. Archived from the original on February 16, The New York Times. Archived from the original on September 1,