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The affective turn affective turn :
LCC: BF175.5.A35 A335 2007 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 302/.1 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2006033409
Table Of Contents
Foreword: what affects are good for / Michael Hardt
Introduction / Patricia Ticineto Clough
The parched tongue / Hosu Kim
Techno-cinema: image matters in the affective unfoldings of analog cinema and new media / Jamie "Skye" Bianco
Slowness: notes toward an economy of différancial rates of being / Karen Wendy Gilbert
Myocellular transduction: when my cells trained my body-mind / Deborah Gambs
Women's work and the ambivalent gift of entropy / David Staples
Voices from the Teum: synesthetic trauma and the ghosts of the Korean diaspora / Grace M. Cho
In Calcutta, sex workers organize / Melissa Ditmore
More than a job: meaning, affect, and training health care workers / Ariel Ducey
Haunting Orpheus: problems of space and time in the desert / Jonathan R. Wynn
Always on display: affective production in the modeling industry / Elizabeth Wissinger
The wire / Jean Halley
Losses and returns: the soldier in trauma / Greg Goldberg and Craig Willse
Authorized Access Point
Clough, Patricia Ticineto, 1945- affective turn
Authorized Access Point Variant
Halley, Jean O'Malley, 1967- affective turn