[csaa-forum] "Thinking Fat" Special Issue of 'Social Semiotics'
smurray at unwired.com.au
Mon Aug 15 17:18:11 CST 2005
> Hi there,
> The "Thinking Fat" special issue of 'Social Semiotics' (Volume 15 Number
> 2/August 2005) is now available on the Taylor & Francis web site at
> This issue contains:
> Introduction to 'Thinking Fat' Special Issue of Social Semiotics
> Sam Murray (editor of special issue)
> Weighing Health: The Moral Burden of Obesity
> Annemarie Jutel
> Collateral Damage from Friendly Fire?: Race, Nation, Class and the "War
> Against Obesity"
> April Michelle Herndon
> The Other Side of the Looking Glass: The Marginalization of Fatness and
> Blackness in the Construction of Gender Identity
> Andrea Shaw
> (Un/Be)Coming Out? Rethinking Fat Politics
> Samantha Murray
> General Papers
> The Ethical Foundation of Performativity
> Belinda Morrissey
> Standardising Sexuality: Embodied Knowledge, "Achievement" and "Standards"
> Sarah O'Flynn, Debbie Epstein
> The Ethics of Interruption: Toward a Levinasian Philosophy of
> Amit Pinchevski
> Decoding Desire: From Kirk and Spock to K/S1
> Elizabeth Woledge
> Book Reviews
> Please have a look!
> Sam Murray
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