Revisiting the Gaze

The Fashioned Body and the Politics of Looking

Morna Laing (Redaktør) ; Jacki Willson (Redaktør)

Using Mulvey's theory of the gaze as its starting point, this book explores what it means to look at the female fashioned body in the digital, neoliberal, 3rd and 4th wave feminist world. Les mer
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Using Mulvey's theory of the gaze as its starting point, this book explores what it means to look at the female fashioned body in the digital, neoliberal, 3rd and 4th wave feminist world.

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List of Illustrations
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1. Introduction - Morna Laing and Jacki Willson

Part I - Looking: The Optic and the Haptic

2. Double Acts: Oscillating Between Optical and Haptic Visuality in a Digital Age - Maria Walsh and Mo Throp
3. The Ambient Gaze: Sensory Atmosphere and the Dressed Body - Sara Chong Kwan
4. The Veiled Body: The Alienated system of 'Looking' in Post-revolutionary Iran (1979-present) - Azadeh Fatehrad

Part II - Looking Through Neoliberalism

5. Becoming in the Eyes of Others: The Relational Gaze in Boudoir Photography - Ilya Parkins
6. The Dissecting Gaze: Fashioned Bodies on Social Networking Sites - Dawn Woolley
7. Making Lemonade?: Beyonce's Pregnancies and the Postfeminist Media Gaze - Maureen Brewster

Part III - Looking at the 'Other'

8. Looking Fat in a Slender World: The Dialectic of Seeing and Becoming in Jen Davis' Eleven Years - Lauren Downing Peters
9. Re-reading the Queer Female Gaze in the 1990s: Spectatorship, Fashion and the Duality of Identification and Desire - Catherine Baker
10. Killer Looks: Marlene McCarty's Murder Girls - Rosa Nogues

Index

Om forfatteren

Morna Laing is Assistant Professor in Fashion Studies at The New School, Parsons Paris, France. She is the author of Picturing the Woman-child: Feminism, Fashion and the Female Gaze (Bloomsbury, 2020).

Jacki Willson is a University Academic Fellow in Performance and Culture in the School of Performance and Cultural Industries at the University of Leeds, UK. She is the author of The Happy Stripper: Pleasures & Politics of the New Burlesque (2008) and Being Gorgeous: Feminism, Sexuality and the Pleasures of the Visual (2015).