The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory / Edition 1

The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory / Edition 1

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by Carol J. Adams
     
 

ISBN-10: 1441173285

ISBN-13: 9781441173287

Pub. Date: 04/29/2010

Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

20th Anniversary Edition includes a new preface by the author, a foreword by Nellie McKay, and eight pages of recent examples that illustrate Adams' argument.

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20th Anniversary Edition includes a new preface by the author, a foreword by Nellie McKay, and eight pages of recent examples that illustrate Adams' argument.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781441173287
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date:
04/29/2010
Edition description:
20th Anniversary Edition
Pages:
330
Sales rank:
505,786
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.90(d)

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations

Preface to the 20th Anniversary Edition

Acknowledgments

Foreword by Nellie McKay

Part One: The Patriarchal Texts of Meat

1. The Sexual Politics of Meat

2. The Rape of Animals, the Butchering of Women

3. Masked Violence, Muted Voices

4. The Word Made Flesh

Part Two: From the Belly of Zeus

5. Dismembered Texts, Dismembered Animals

6. Frankenstein's Vegetarian Monster

7. Feminism, the Great War, and Modern Vegetarianism

Part Three: Eat Rice Have Faith in Women

8. The Distortion of the Vegetarian Body

9. For a Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory

Epilogue: Destabilizing Patriarchal Consumption

Notes

Select Bibliography

Index

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Anonymous 10 months ago
The Sexual Politics of Meat (20th Anniversary Edition): A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory (Paperback) Can ownership go too far? Step 1 - I can purchase meat, cook it and eat it as I please. It is mine. Step 2. I can, in a religious ceremony, become, as head of the house, the overseer of my partner. Step 3: My children are MINE. Their flesh is mine. Does permission to consume the flesh of other living beings promote and sustain such disrespect? Eleanor Cowan, author of 'A History of a Pedophile's Wife'