Elspeth Probyn is professor and chair of gender and cultural studies at the University of Sydney. Her previous books include Sexing the Self (1993), Outside Belongings (1996), Carnal Appetites (2000), and Sexy Bodies (1995). She has also coedited a collection on the ethics of new forms of media and is a columnist for the Australian.
Exposes shame as a valuable emotion essential to our humanity.
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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: Shame in love 1. Doing shame 2. Shame, bodies, places 3. The Shamer and the shamed 4. Ancestral shame 5. Writing shame NotesIndex
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