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Bodies Unbound: Non-reproductive Sexuality and Subjecthood in (Post)Modern French and American Literatures

Stony Brook University,


Author(s): Coates, Kimberly

Vegan Cinema

Thinking Veganism in Literature and Culture: Towards a Vegan Theory, Palgrave Macmillan,

2018 : 125-146

Author(s): Pick, Anat

Hungry for Beauty: Simone Weil’s Inversion of Kant’s Aesthetics

Kingston University,


Author(s): Koli, Lyra

Anorexic Affect: Disordered Eating and the Conative Body

University of Alberta,


Author(s): Ledwell-Hunt, Janis M.

The Eucharistic Body in Literature and Modern Experience: George Herbert and Simone Weil

The Sacred Body : Asceticism in Religion, Literature, Art, and Culture, Baylor University Press,

2009 : 109-133

Author(s): Jasper, David

Minding the Gap: What it is to Pay Attention Following the Collapse of the Subject-Object Distinction

Philosophy, University of South Florida,

2008 : 166

Author(s): Gurley, S. West

Two Slices from the Same Loaf? : Weil and Levinas on the Demand of Social Justice

Ethical Perspectives : Journal of the European Ethics Network,

2007 : 117-138

Author(s): Loughead, Tanya

Fasting, Bleeding, Seeing:” Extraordinary Phenomena” in France c 1870-1950

Holy tears, holy blood: women, Catholicism and the culture of suffering in France, 1840-1970, Cornell University Press,

2004 : 106-147

Author(s): Burton, Richard D.E.

The Practice of Attention: Simone Weil’s Performance of Impersonality

Critical Inquiry,

2003 : 216-252

Author(s): Cameron, Sharon

Anorexie mentale et conduite sacrificielle. Réflexion sur l’itinéraire de Simone Weil

Annales médico-psychologiques,

2001 : 615-621

Author(s): Pewzner-Apeloig, E.

Le chrétien comestible. Nourriture et transformation spirituelle chez Simone Weil

Autres Temps. Cahiers d'éthique sociale et politique,

1999 : 40-50

Author(s): Irwin, Alec