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An Eros Encyclopedia

Writer
Rachel James
Date
2022
Publisher
Wendy's subway
Format
Literary
ISBN
9781735924212
Size
13 × 20 cm
Length
160 pp
Genre
Feminist Theory
Description

To want to reveal; to want to reveal enough; to desire; to desire in the right way, the right amount: in her debut book, Rachel James narrates the desiring subject’s nuanced and entangled intimacies with histories of power. How, in other words, under patriarchy, against misogyny, within capitalist strictures, is knowledge shaped, contained, and transferred? Tracing traditions of theater, pedagogy, and faith, An Eros Encyclopedia offers up desire and the attunement to its many objects as the atmosphere of a life—a method to navigate, perceive, and relate against the illusion of separation.
Rachel James’s An Eros Encyclopedia is the winner of the 2019 Carolyn Bush Award.

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