Algeria Cuts

Algeria Cuts

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Algeria Cuts discusses the figure of woman, both under colonial rule in Algeria and within the postcolonial independent nation-state. It is an interdisciplinary project that spans fine art, film, colonial and legal policy, manifestos, prose fiction, and theoretical and philosophical texts concerning the relationship between France and Algeria. Khanna investigates gendered representation, identification, and justice, and in the process, calls into question the ways in which conventional disciplinary frameworks foreclose certain avenues of reflection while foregrounding others. Algeria Cuts seeks to understand Algeria and Algerian women as a philosophical site that facilitates an understanding of justice and the pursuit of feminism.Ranjana Khanna and Julie Singer in Art History: Journal of the Association of Art Historians 26:2 (2003), 288-89. 76. See the ... See Yves-Alain Bois, Formless: A Usera#39;s Guide (New York: Zone Books, 1997). ... 83. Notes to Pages 201-9 289.

Title:Algeria Cuts
Author: Ranjana Khanna
Publisher:Stanford University Press - 2008

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