Judith Butler

Einleitung

Judith Butler ist Maxine-Elliot-Professorin in der Abteilung für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft und dem Programm für Kritische Theorie an der University of California, Berkeley. Sie war Gründungsdirektorin des Critical Theory Program sowie des International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs an der UC Berkeley, finanziert von der Andrew Mellon Foundation. Sie erhielt ihren Doktortitel in Philosophie von der Yale University im Jahr 1984. – Quelle

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Bücher / Werke

  1. The force of nonviolence
  2. Notes toward a performative theory of assembly
  3. Senses of the subject
  4. Dispossession: the performative in the political
  5. Parting ways: Jewishness and the critique of Zionism
  6. The question of gender Joan W. Scott’s critical feminism
  7. The power of religion in the public sphere
  8. Frames of war: when is life grievable?
  9. Is critique secular?: blasphemy, injury, and free speech
  10. Who sings the nation-state?: language, politics, belonging
  11. Giving an account of oneself
  12. Undoing gender
  13. Precarious life: the powers of mourning and violence
  14. Women & social transformation
  15. Contingency, hegemony, universality: contemporary dialogues on the left
  16. Antigone’s claim kinship between life and death
  17. The psychic life of power: theories in subjection
  18. Excitable speech: a politics of the performative
  19. Feminist contentions: a philosophical exchange
  20. Bodies that matter: on the discursive limits of “sex”
  21. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity
  22. Subjects of desire: Hegelian reflections in twentieth-century France

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Links / Resources

  1. Wikipedia
  2. Britannica
  3. Berkeley (1)
  4. Berkeley (2)
  5. European Graduate School