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Querying Consent: Beyond Permission and Refusal
edited by Jordana Greenblatt and Keja Valens
contributions by Justine Leach, Brian Martin, Karmen MacKendrick, Kimberly O'Donnell, Victoria Olwell, Amanda Paxton, Annie Pfeifer, Graham Potts, Matthias Rudolf, Drew Danielle Belsky and Caroline Godart
foreword by Joseph Fischel
Rutgers University Press, 2018
eISBN: 978-0-8135-9417-0 | Cloth: 978-0-8135-9414-9 | Paper: 978-0-8135-9413-2
Library of Congress Classification HQ32.Q47 2018
Dewey Decimal Classification 176.4

Querying Consent examines the ways in which the concept of consent is used to map and regulate sexual desire, gender relationships, global positions, technological interfaces, relationships of production and consumption, and literary and artistic interactions. From philosophy to literature, psychoanalysis to the art world, the contributors to Querying Consent address the most uncomfortable questions about consent today. Grounded in theoretical explorations of the entanglement of consent and subjectivity across a range of textual, visual, multi- and digital media, Querying Consent considers the relationships between consent and agency before moving on to trace the concept’s outcomes through a range of investigations of the mutual implication of personhood and self-ownership.

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