Queer postcolonial narratives and the ethics of witnessing is the first text to offer a sustained analysis of judith butlers and homi bhabhas intersecting theories of performativity and to draw out the centrality of witnessing to the performative structure of power it moves through queer postcolonial disability and trauma studies to explore how the repetition of familial violence throughout multiple generations may be lessened through an embodied witnessing that is simultaneously . Queer postcolonial narratives and the ethics of witnessing mccormack dr donna isbn 9781441111005 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Queer postcolonial narratives and the ethics of witnessing is a critical study of the relationship between bodies memories and communal witnessing with a focus on the aesthetics and politics of queer postcolonial narratives this book examines how unspeakable traumas of colonial and familial violence are communicated through the body. Queer postcolonial narratives and the ethics of witnessing by donna mccormack is a literary studies book organised into five chapters throughout mccormacks approach is deliberately interdisciplinary as she splices literary analyses postcolonial studies queer studies trauma studies and disability studies alongside this approach her thematic focus is on performativity via judith butler jl austin eve kosofsky sedgewick and andrew parker ethics non linear time which she
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