Derek Stanovsky Ph.D.

There are 10 included publications by Derek Stanovsky Ph.D.:

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Fela and His Wives: The Import of a Postcolonial Masculinity 1998 2827 This paper explores the possibility that the production and consumption of Fela as a radical, third-world cultural and political figure is coupled with his presentation as radically polygynous and misogynist in ways that allow him to be fit into the ...
Organizing Marx's Multitude: A Composition on Decomposition 2009 1022 This article explores a variety of comparisons and contrasts between competing and conflicting notions of the body and of class composition, decomposition, and recomposition within contemporary Marxian theory. It focuses on the recent distinction dra...
A Post-Marxist Look at Pre-Marxism." Review of Warren Breckman, Marx, the Young Hegelians, and the Origins of Radical Social Theory: Dethroning the Self 2002 1415 Book Review
Postcolonial Masculinities 2007 3365 Encyclopedia article
Princess Diana, Mother Teresa, and the Value of Women's Work 1999 3014 Media representations of Princess Diana and Mother Teresa following their deaths extolled their good works and selfless devotion to others. This essay explores these representations using Luce Irigaray's analysis of women's unpaid domestic labor and ...
Remix Racism: The Visual Politics Of The “Alt-Right” 2017 135 Making use of Walter Benjamin’s “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction,” Freud’s notion of “repetition compulsion,” and contemporary remix theory, this essay examines the rise of the “alt-right,” the grafting of white supremacist idea...
Speaking As, Speaking For and Speaking With: The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Men Teaching Feminism 1997 1045 This paper explores the possibilities and implications of certain poststructuralist feminisms for the practice of feminist teaching. It is also, in part, a reflection on the author’s experiences in the college classroom as a man occupying the vexed p...
Stealing Guilt: Freud, Twain, Augustine and the Question of Moral Luck 2006 1184 This paper re-examines the philosophical debate surrounding the issue of moral luck through the lens of Freudian psychoanalytic theory. The author argues that Freud's writings on moral luck, which have not previously been discussed in this context, p...
"Virtual Reality" - Book Chapter, The Blackwell Guide To The Philosophy Of Computing And Information 2004 55 Book chapter included in The Blackwell Guide To The Philosophy Of Computing And Information, Edited by Luciano Floridi.
Writing the Web: Linking Computer Technology and Writing Courses 2002 472 Web page authoring poses a double challenge as both a technical and a writing task. During fall 2000, Watauga College offered two linked courses aimed at providing first-year students with both the technical and editorial know-how to write for onlin...