Sex & Sensibility: Reflections on Forbidden Mirrors and the Will to Censor

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Ecco Press, 1994 - Political Science - 198 pages
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With the continuing heated debate in the U.S. over censorship and the freedom of speech and expression, Pally examines the growing impulse to blame images for society's deeply-rooted ills. An evocative and extensively researched text that asks important questions.

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I have been reading quite a lot on censorship, and this book ranks most highly. It is a feminist take on censorship is concerned with sex-negative (or "right-wing") feminism as well as on the ... Read full review


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Marcia Pally teaches multilingual multicultural studies at New York University and is a permanent fellow of the New York Institute for the Humanities.

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