. . . will draw a wide readership from the ranks of literary critics, film scholars, science studies scholars and the growing legion of 'literature and science' researchers. It should be among the essentials in a posthumanist toolbox. --Richard Doyle
Automatic teller machines, castrati, lesbians, The Terminator: all participate in the profound technological, representation, sexual, and theoretical changes in which bodies are implicated. Posthuman Bodies addresses new interfaces between humans and technology that are radically altering the experience of our own and others' bodies.
Author: Judith M. Halberstam
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 9.02h x 6.02w x 0.86d
About the Author
JUDITH M. HALBERSTAM is Assistant Professor of Literature at the University of California-San Diego. IRA LIVINGSTON is Assistant Professor of English at the State University of New York, Stony Brook.