“Radically historicizes and redefines what ‘censorship’ is: not simply a repressive regime enacted by anti-pleasure high culturalists, but a complex, paradoxical, always-changing, and inevitable scene of contestation over the aesthetic, political, and ethical value of certain targeted expressions and discourses. For anyone interested in issues of culture and power, this anthology is a fabulous pedagogical act.” --Lauren Berlant, University of Chicago Contributors: Richard Burt, Stuart Culver, Donald Hedrick, Christian Jouhaud, Michael G. Levine, Timothy Murray, Aamir Mufti, David Norbrook, Dennis Porter, Brook Thomas, Jirina Smejkalová-Strickland, Jeffrey Wallen, and Rob Wilson.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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