Erotic Politics

Erotic Politics: The Dynamics of Desire in the Renaissance Theatre [Repost]

Erotic Politics: The Dynamics of Desire in the Renaissance Theatre by Susan Zimmerman
English | Dec. 21, 1992 | ISBN: 0415066468 | 208 Pages | PDF | 1.77 MB

Identifying the stage as a primary site for erotic display, these essays take eroticism in Renaissance culture as a paradigm for issues of sexuality and identity in early modern culture.
Erotic Politics : The Dynamics of Desire on the English Renaissance Stage

S. Zimmerman,"Erotic Politics : The Dynamics of Desire on the English Renaissance Stage"
Publisher: Routledge | 1992 | ISBN: 0415066468 | PDF | 224 pages | 1.59 MB

Erotic Justice: Law and the New Politics of Postcolonialism  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Nov. 30, 2016
Erotic Justice: Law and the New Politics of Postcolonialism

Erotic Justice: Law and the New Politics of Postcolonialism by Ratna Kapur
English | Feb. 5, 2005 | ISBN: 1904385249 | 228 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

The essays in Erotic Justice address the ways in which law has been implicated in contemporary debates dealing with sexuality, culture and `different' subjects - including women, sexual minorities, Muslims and the transnational migrant. Law is analyzed as a discursive terrain, where these different subjects are excluded or included in the postcolonial present on terms that are reminiscent of the colonial encounter and its treatment of difference.

Erotic Revolutionaries: Black Women, Sexuality, and Popular Culture  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by free4magazines at April 29, 2016
Erotic Revolutionaries: Black Women, Sexuality, and Popular Culture

Erotic Revolutionaries: Black Women, Sexuality, and Popular Culture
Language: English | PDF | ISBN-10: 076185228X | 2010 | 176 pages | 0.8 MB

Why is there no "pro-sex" contingency in black feminist scholarship? Why do so few African-American scholars expound on issues celebrating female sexual pleasure? Perhaps the answers to these questions reside within a discursive matrix of sexual repression commonly referred to as the politics of respectability, and its rein on black sexual politics.
Erotic Memoirs and Postfeminism: The Politics of Pleasure

Joel Gwynne, "Erotic Memoirs and Postfeminism: The Politics of Pleasure"
English | ISBN: 1137326530 | 2013 | 136 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible (Repost)  

Posted by FlameKylin303 at March 7, 2010
The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible (Repost)

The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible
Oxford University Press, USA | ISBN 1402048173 | 2002-12-19 | 224 pages | PDF | 11.2 MB

Historically, the Bible has been used to drive a wedge between the spirit and the body. In this provocative book, David Carr argues that it can–and should–do just the opposite. Sexuality and spirituality, Carr contends, are intricately interwoven: when one is improverished, the other is warped. As a result, the journey toward God and the life-long engagement with our own sexual embodiment are inseparable. Humans, the Bible tells us, both male and female, were created in God's image, and eros–a fundamental longing for connection that finds abstract good in the pleasure we derive from the stimulation of the senses–is a central component of that image. The Bible, particularly the Hebrew Bible, affirms erotic passion, both eros between humans and eros between God and humans. In a sweeping examination of the sexual rules of the Bible, Carr asserts that Biblical "family values" are a far cry from anything promoted as such in contemporary politics. He concludes that passionate love–our preoccupaton therewith and pursuit thereof–is the primary human vocation, that eros is in fact the flavoring of life.
The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible

The Erotic Word: Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Bible
Oxford University Press, USA | ISBN 1402048173 | 2002-12-19 | 224 pages | PDF | 11.2 MB

Historically, the Bible has been used to drive a wedge between the spirit and the body. In this provocative book, David Carr argues that it can–and should–do just the opposite. Sexuality and spirituality, Carr contends, are intricately interwoven: when one is improverished, the other is warped. As a result, the journey toward God and the life-long engagement with our own sexual embodiment are inseparable. Humans, the Bible tells us, both male and female, were created in God's image, and eros–a fundamental longing for connection that finds abstract good in the pleasure we derive from the stimulation of the senses–is a central component of that image. The Bible, particularly the Hebrew Bible, affirms erotic passion, both eros between humans and eros between God and humans. In a sweeping examination of the sexual rules of the Bible, Carr asserts that Biblical "family values" are a far cry from anything promoted as such in contemporary politics. He concludes that passionate love–our preoccupaton therewith and pursuit thereof–is the primary human vocation, that eros is in fact the flavoring of life.

The Politics of Volunteering  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Dec. 4, 2016
The Politics of Volunteering

The Politics of Volunteering by Nina Eliasoph
English | 2013 | ISBN: 074565004X, 0745650031 | 200 pages | EPUB | 0,8 MB
The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1916: The Market, the Law, and Politics

Martin J. Sklar, "The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1916: The Market, the Law, and Politics"
English | 1988 | ISBN: 0521313821 | DJVU | pages: 499 | 4.9 mb
The Divided States of America: What Liberals and Conservatives Get Wrong about Faith and Politics

The Divided States of America: What Liberals and Conservatives Get Wrong about Faith and Politics by Richard Land
English | ISBN: 1595553525 | 2011 | EPUB | 348 pages | 836.27 KB