Transformative Experiences in the Age of Digital Media
This book uses digital ethnography to study critically the impact of digital media on transnational migrations, using case studies on diverse topics including transient migrants, gender and religion, ethnic migrants, refugees, intergenerational relationships, and transnational relationships across the borders of space and time
This collection brings together new critical approaches to diaspora studies, branching out to areas such as literary studies, visual culture, and museum studies, and explores them in relation to a variety of fictional works, cultural traditions, theoretical paradigms, and geo-political contexts.
This book examines feminist philosophical analyses of sexual oppression of women by men, and brings them into conversation with phenomenological, ontological and psychoanalytical accounts of erotic experience and sexual difference.
Proposes new ways of 'thinking trauma', foregrounding the possibility of healing and the task that the critical humanities has to play in this healing. Where is its place in an increasingly terror-haunted world, where personal and collective trauma is as much of an everyday occurrence as it is incomprehensible?
Arne De Boever offers an accessible introduction to François Jullien’s work, highlighting Jullien’s work at the intersection of Chinese and Western thought and drawing out the "unthought" in both traditions of thinking. In the process he emphatically challenges some of the core assumptions of Western reasoning.
Why read Sustaining Seas? It is as simple as this: the seas sustain all life. This edited book emerges from conversations across several disciplines, and including practitioners of different specialities (artists, writers, planners, policy makers) about how to sustain the seas, as they sustain us.