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Recent Publication Information for Tobin Siebers
Intelligent, provocative, and challenging, Disability Theory revolutionizes the terrain of theory by providing indisputable evidence of the value and utility that a disability studies perspective can bring to key critical and cultural questions. Tobin Siebers persuasively argues that disability studies transfigures basic assumptions about identity, ideology, language, politics, social oppression, and the body. At the same time, he advances the emerging field of disability studies by putting its core issues into contact with signal thinkers in cultural studies, literary theory, queer theory, gender studies, and critical race theory.
All recent publications by Tobin Siebers
All publications by Tobin Siebers
Disability Aesthetics (Michigan, 2010); Zerbrochene Schönheit: Essays über Kunst, Ästhetik und Behinderung (Transcript Verlag, 2009); Disability Theory (Michigan, 2008); The Body Aesthetic: From the Fine Arts to Body Modification (Michigan, 2000); Among Men (Nebraska,1999); The Subject and Other Subjects: On Ethical, Aesthetic, and Political Identity (Michigan, 1998); Heterotopia: Postmodern Utopia and the Body Politic (Michigan, 1994); Religion and the Authority of the Past (Michigan, 1993); Cold War Criticism and the Politics of Skepticism (Oxford, 1993); Morals and Stories (Columbia, 1992); The Ethics of Criticism (Cornell, 1988); The Romantic Fantastic (Cornell, 1984); The Mirror of Medusa (California, 1983); over fifty essays on Hannah Arendt, Jane Austen, de Man, Derrida, Freud, Goethe, Kant, Lacan, Nietzsche, Rousseau, the fantastic, multiculturalism, ethics, feminism, postmodernism, beauty and the sublime, narrative theory, sexuality, pain, and disability studies. Essays in progress on the visual representation of female madness, the representation of pain in painting, and disability in modern literature. A book in progress on Disability at the Louvre