The beginnings of modern gendered discourse in late eighteenth-century Germany: literary, philosophical, and popular portrayals of female orality
This book looks at the gender dimensions of orality in German culture and thought around 1800, bringing to new prominence orality as an important aspect of 18th century polarsation of the genders.
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CHAPTER ONE GENDER AND ORALITY IN KANTIAN
CHAPTER TWO OPEN AND CLOSED BODIES
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Achilles alimentary Amazons andere anorexia nervosa Anthropologie argues association beautiful Beobachtungen bodily Böhme and Böhme bourgeois bourgeois feminine Brandes and Pockels chapter characterised consumerist consumption contingently oral critique danger disgust domestic Duden eating eighteenth century Ekel embodiment Emile emphasis in original Enlightenment essay female appetites female body female orality female sexuality feminine feminine ideal feminine modesty feminist fluids Friedrich Kittler gender roles German Geschlechts girls Gleim Goethe Goethe's Hauptmann husband idealised imagined intellectual Joachim Heinrich Campe Jordanova Kant Kant's dietetic Kantian Kittler Kleist Korper Kristeva Laqueur late eighteenth century Leben Luciane Luciane's male body masculine maternal body Menschen menstruation metaphorical mother mouth nature notion novel object oral appetites oral body oral excess Ottilie Ottilie's outward flows pedagogical Penthesilea physical Pockels Pockels's popular philosophers portrayal reason represents role Rousseau Sinnlichkeit social Sophy Streit sublime tableau vivant taste Urtheilskraft virtue voracious Weib Weiber weibliche weiblichen woman women