By Patricia Ticineto Clough, Jean Halley
In the mid-1990s, students became their cognizance towards the ways in which ongoing political, financial, and cultural differences have been altering the world of the social, in particular that point of it defined by means of the proposal of have an effect on: pre-individual physically forces, associated with autonomic responses, which increase or curb a body’s capability to behave or have interaction with others. This “affective flip” and the recent configurations of our bodies, expertise, and topic that it unearths, is the topic of this selection of essays. students established in sociology, cultural stories, technology reports, and women’s reviews light up the circulation in idea from a psychoanalytically knowledgeable feedback of topic identification, illustration, and trauma to an engagement with info and impact; from a privileging of the natural physique to an exploration of nonorganic existence; and from the presumption of equilibrium-seeking closed platforms to an engagement with the complexity of open structures less than far-from-equilibrium stipulations. Taken jointly, those essays recommend that getting to the affective flip is important to theorizing the social.
Contributors. Jamie “Skye” Bianco, Grace M. Cho, Patricia Ticineto Clough, Melissa Ditmore, Ariel Ducey, Deborah Gambs, Karen Wendy Gilbert, Greg Goldberg, Jean Halley, Hosu Kim, David Staples, Craig Willse , Elizabeth Wissinger , Jonathan R. Wynn
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