Introduction: Subjects in Space: Variations on a Theme. 1. Defining the Space of the Subject: Investigating the Boundaries of Feminism. 2. Lost in Space: Establishing the Limits of Identity. 3. Freudian Fabrications: De-Forming Modern Spaces. 4. Vertigo: Postmodern Spaces and the Politics of the Subject. 5. Indecent Exposure: Redefining the Spaces of Gender. Conclusion: Re: Shaping Subjectivity.
Kathleen M. Kirby graduated from the Modern Studies program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1992. She has taught English and Women's Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Syracuse University, and the University of New Hampshire. Her articles on space, politics and subjectivity have been published in New Orleans Review, American Imago, and boundary 2. She currently lives, writes, and works in New Hampshire.
'A powerful book, shot through with an autobiographical
tone yet winningly argued.' - Paul Smith, George Mason
Anyone interested in the politics of space and subjectivity will find this an immensely rewarding, thought-provoking and invaluable read.
- Steve Pile, The Open University