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Contents: The Erasure of Language and the Production of Meaning - Western Theories of Gender and Sex: Performative or Real? - Language and the Body in Barthes, Khatibi and Sarduy: The Intertextual and Intersexual - The Body of Fitna and the Intractable Feminine: Exile, Nomadism, Memory and the Bi-langue in Maghrebian Literature - The Violence of Representation in Latin American Literature: Realismo magico and Neobarroco Bodies of Gender, Race, Sickness and Terror - Hybrid Bodies and Border Crossings: Nationalism and Modernity in Morocco and Mexico.
The Author: Julian Vigo is Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at the Universite de Montreal. She teaches visual anthropology, comparative literature, performance studies, cultural theory, theories of modernity and postmodernity and gender studies. In addition to her academic research and teaching she is also an installation and video artist and has made ethnographic film and video in Latin America, the Middle East, the Maghreb, Europe and the United States since 1988.