"Men, Women, and the Nonhuman, or, Je est un autre . . . chose"
Crossing disciplinary and field boundaries, this discussion explores the mutual construction of subjectivity and monstrosity, sexualities and genders in the popular film hybrid "horror/science fiction" and its literary "precursors".
||Sexualities, Genders, Literature, Film, Monstrosity, Psychoanalytic, Cultural Studies, Subjectivities, Literary Theory
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 8, pp.105-110.
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Lynda Zwinger, Associate Professor at the University of Arizona has published on the novel, gender, sexualities, popular film, and literary theory. Her Ph.D. is from SUNY Buffalo. Her publication venues include the University of Wisconsin Press, "Journal of Modern Fiction Studies", "Hypatia", Raritan, the University of Minnesota Press, Routledge, "Nineteenth Century Novel". She is editor of two Special Issues of "Arizona Quarterly" on Henry James.
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