Exposure after the Humanities

By Jessica Datema.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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The humanities rely on bureaucratic language that uses assessment standards and appeals to excellence as a mode of surveillance. These "standards" are in fact a status quo way of economically managing institutions to prevent real engagement. An exposure after the humanities does not assume the boundaries defined by institutions and markers. It entails a relation to alterity that puts every "ground" of the humanities into question.

Keywords: Exposure, The Inhuman, Humanities

The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.47-50. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 478.442KB).

Dr. Jessica Datema

Assistant Professor, English, Bergen Community College, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Jessica Datema currently teaches literature and basic composition classes at Bergen Community College in Paramus New Jersey, including Writing 101, Detective Fiction, and Literature and Psychology. She earned a Comparative Literature PhD and MA in Philosophy at SUNY Binghamton. She is a co-cordinator of the BCC Literary Art Series and her research interests include modernism, psychoanalysis, and poetry.


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