The Pirate's Fiancee

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  • Title: The Pirate's Fiancee
  • Author: Meaghan Morris
  • ISBN: 9780860912125
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Appropriation , bricolage , recording , scavenging a scenario of image piracy has provided the buzzwords of pop cultural theory for most of the 1980s while programmes for political action in culture have increasingly taken the form of a romance of buccaneering, the sedate theoretical disputes about postmodernism have begun to generate a myth that feminists, or Appropriation , bricolage , recording , scavenging a scenario of image piracy has provided the buzzwords of pop cultural theory for most of the 1980s while programmes for political action in culture have increasingly taken the form of a romance of buccaneering, the sedate theoretical disputes about postmodernism have begun to generate a myth that feminists, or even women, have so far said little or nothing about one of the most action packed debates of the decade Taking her title from a 1969 film by Nelly Kaplan, Meaghan Morris considers the implications for feminism of a politics which transforms the materials of culture She also considers the implications for post modernism and pop theory of recognising the extent to which they already represent a borrowing of feminist thought In a collection of essays on subjects ranging from blockbuster cinema to art photography, from Foucault to Mary Daly, from Susan Sontag and Jean Baudrillard to Paul Hogan, she argues that a feminist practice of rewriting discourses should emerge from a political critique of the positioning of women, rather than a vague thematics of changing things.

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