The biopolitics of feeling is a work of tremendous synthesizing reach and power shifting the whole frame in which we conceive of race and sex across the vast project of nineteenth century american sentimentality kyla schuller brings the biopolitical turn to the realm of americanist criticism with an exemplary rigorousness and vision. The biopolitics of feeling and science in the nineteenth century kyla schuller anima durham nc duke university press december 2017 296 pages during the 19th century the idea of the body as a palimpsest was extended back and forward in time to the point that individuals as well as entire races were thought to be shaped by . The biopolitics of feeling race sex and science in the nineteenth century request this author schuller kyla 1977 author title the biopolitics of feeling race sex and science in the nineteenth century kyla schuller format book published durham duke university press 2018 c2018 description xi 282 pages illustrations 24 . The biopolitics of feeling race sex and science in the nineteenth century kyla schuller duke university press durham and london 2018. In the biopolitics of feeling kyla schuller unearths the forgotten multiethnic sciences of impressibility the capacity to be transformed by ones environment and experiences to uncover how biopower developed in the united states race sex and science in the nineteenth century race sex and science in the 19th century series anima isbn
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