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Rosi Braidotti (/braɪˈdɒti/; born 28 September 1954) is a contemporary philosopher and feminist theoretician

Rosi Braidotti (/braɪˈdɒti/; born 28 September 1954) is a contemporary philosopher and feminist theoretician. Braidotti, who holds Italian and Australian citizenship, was born in Italy and grew up in Australia, where she received degrees from the Australian National University in Canberra in 1977 and was awarded the University Medal in Philosophy and the University Tillyard prize. Braidotti then moved on to do her doctoral work at the Sorbonne, where she received her degree in philosophy in 1981

Nomadic Theory The Portable Rosi Braidotti by Rosi Braidotti 9780231151917 (Paperback, 2012) Delivery UK delivery is within 3 to 5 working days. Read full description. Rosi Braidotti was born in Italy, raised in Australia, graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris, and became the founding professor of the women's studies program in Utrecht.

Nomadic theory: the portable Rosi Braidotti. R Braidotti, E Charkiewicz, S Hausler, S Wieringa. Theory, culture & society 25 (6), 1-24, 2008. Columbia University Press, 2011. Women, the environment and sustainable development: towards a theoretical synthesis. Becoming woman: Or sexual difference revisited. Theory, Culture & Society 20 (3), 43-64, 2003. The politics of ontological difference. Between feminism and psychoanalysis, 97-113, 2002.

Rosi Braidotti's nomadic theory outlines a sustainable modern subjectivity as one in flux, never opposed to a dominant . Braidotti develops a distinctly positive critical theory that rejuvenates the experience of political scholarship.

Rosi Braidotti's nomadic theory outlines a sustainable modern subjectivity as one in flux, never opposed to a dominant hierarchy yet intrinsically other, always in the process of becoming, and perpetually engaged in dynamic power relations both creative and restrictive. Nomadic theory offers an original and powerful alternative for scholars working in cultural and social criticism and has, over the past decade, crept into continental philosophy, queer theory, and feminist, postcolonial, techno-science, media, and race studies, as well as into architecture, history, and anthropology.

For people interested in Critical Posthumanism, Rosi Braidotti’s The Posthuman is probably a good place to start. Throughout the book, Braidotti gives a really concise summary of what exactly. For people interested in Critical Posthumanism, Rosi Braidotti’s The Posthuman is probably a good place to start.

Transposing differences - Meta(l)morphoses: women, aliens, and machines - Animals and other anomalies - The cosmic buzz of insects - Matter-realist feminism - Intensive genre and the demise of gender - Postsecular paradoxes - Against methodological nationalism - Nomadic European citizenship - Powers of affirmation - Sustainable ethics and the. Body in pain - Forensic futures - A secular prayer.

Intensive Genre and the Demise of Gender7. Postsecular Paradoxes38. oceedings{TT, title {Nomadic Theory: The Portable Rosi Braidotti}, author {Rosi Braidotti}, year {2012} }. Rosi Braidotti. Complexity Against Methodological Nationalism9. Nomadic European Citizenship410. Powers of Affirmation11. Sustainable Ethics and the Body in Pain12.

Rosi Braidotti's creative style vividly renders a productive crisis of modernity. From a feminist perspective, she recasts embodiment, sexual difference, and complex concepts through relations to technology, historical events, and popular culture.

Rosi Braidotti's nomadic theory outlines a sustainable modern subjectivity as one in flux, never opposed to a dominant hierarchy yet intrinsically other, always in the process of becoming, and perpetually engaged in dynamic power relations both creative and restrictive. Nomadic theory offers an original and powerful alternative for scholars working in cultural and social criticism and has, over the past decade, crept into continental philosophy, queer theory, and feminist, postcolonial, techno-science, media, and race studies, as well as into architecture, history, and anthropology. This collection provides a core introduction to Braidotti's nomadic theory and its innovative formulations, which playfully engage with Deleuze, Foucault, Irigaray, and a host of political and cultural issues.Arranged thematically, essays begin with such concepts as sexual difference and embodied subjectivity and follow with explorations in technoscience, feminism, postsecular citizenship, and the politics of affirmation. Braidotti develops a distinctly positive critical theory that rejuvenates the experience of political scholarship. Inspired yet not confined by Deleuzian vitalism, with its commitment to the ontology of flows, networks, and dynamic transformations, she emphasizes affects, imagination, and creativity and the politics of radical immanence. Incorporating ideas from Nietzsche and Spinoza as well, Braidotti establishes a critical-theoretical framework equal parts critique and creation. Ever mindful of the perils of defining difference in terms of denigration and the related tendency to subordinate sexualized, racialized, and naturalized others, she explores the eco-philosophical implications of nomadic theory, feminism, and the irreducibility of sexual difference and sexuality. Her dialogue with technoscience is crucial to nomadic theory, which deterritorializes the established understanding of what counts as human, along with our relationship to animals, the environment, and changing notions of materialism. Keeping her distance from the near-obsessive focus on vulnerability, trauma, and melancholia in contemporary political thought, Braidotti promotes a politics of affirmation that has the potential to become its own generative life force.
Nomadic Theory: The Portable Rosi Braidotti (Gender and Culture (Paperback)) download epub
Philosophy
Author: Rosi Braidotti
ISBN: 0231151918
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: Columbia University Press (February 7, 2012)
Pages: 416 pages