(In)scribing Body/landscape Relations

(In)scribing Body/landscape Relations

By: Bronwyn Davies (author)Hardback

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This is an exploration of body/landscape relations and what is possible when body and language are thought of and written together instead of in opposition to each other.

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About Author

Bronwyn Davies is professor of education at James Cook University in the far north of Australia. She has played a major role in translating the philosophical principles of poststructuralist theory into practice.

Contents

Chapter 1 Prologue or, Where does this book come from? Part 2 (In)scribing body/landscape relations: Australia Chapter 3 Landscapes and Bodies Chapter 4 Writing stories of (be)longing Chapter 5 Australian men talk about becoming environmentalists [with Hilary Whitehouse] Part 6 (In)scribing body/landscape relations: Japan Chapter 7 Remembering Japanese childhoods Chapter 8 Traveling in Japan Chapter 9 Japanese environmentalists talk about Japanese body/landscape relations Part 10 Subjection and the eclipsing of the constitutive power of discourse through fictional texts Chapter 11 An exploration of body/landscape relations in Kawabata's Yama no Oto [with Takeshi Osanai] Chapter 12 Reading and writing The Kadaithcha Sung: A novel by Sam Watson [with Sam Watson] Chapter 13 The Second Bridegroom: A Narrative of captivity in Australian landscapes Chapter 14 (Be)longing in the writing of Janette Turner Hospital:Eclipsing the constitutive force of discourse Chapter 15 Conclusion: The ways and the song of the book

Product Details

  • publication date: 09/02/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780742503199
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 288
  • ID: 9780742503199
  • weight: 490
  • ISBN10: 0742503194

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