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Endemic : Essays in Contagion Theory /

This book develops a new multimodal theoretical model of contagion for interdisciplinary scholars, featuring contributions from influential scholars spanning the fields of medical humanities, philosophy, political science, media studies, technoculture, literature, and bioethics. Exploring the nexus...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Nixon, Kari. (Editor), Servitje, Lorenzo. (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Published: London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • The Making of a Modern Endemic: An Introduction; Lorenzo Servitje and Kari Nixon
  • Part I. Contagious Culture and Cultures of Contagion
  • Chapter 1. Contagion and Anarchy: Matthew Arnold and the Disease of Modern Life; Lorenzo Servitje
  • Chapter 2. Dark Zones: The Ebola Body as a Configuration of Horror; Catherine Belling
  • Chapter 3. Needles and Bullets: Media Theory, Medicine, and Propaganda; Ghislain Thibault
  • Part II. Digital Virality. Chapter 4. Immunizing the Social Network: Public Health and the "Troubled Teenager" in Digital Media; Olivia Banner
  • Chapter 5. The Writing is on the Wall: Epidemiology and the Anticipated Ends of Social Media; Kimberly Hall
  • Part III. Theorizing the Politics of Contagion in a Neoliberal World
  • Chapter 6. Intestine Disorder: Neoliberalism Biomial Politics; Robert Geroux
  • Chapter e Shootings, Neuroscientifc Imaginaries and Neuroscientifc Futures; Stephen Casper
  • Chapter 8. Infecting Humanness: A Critique of the Autonomous Self in Contagion; Yunjin Woo
  • Part IV. Reconstructing Contagion
  • Chapter 9. Thinking like a Virus: Contagion, Postmodernist Epistemology, and Ethics; Mathieu Donner
  • Chapter 10. Figuring the Other Within: The Gendered Underpinnings of Germ Narratives; Laurel Bollinger
  • Chapter 11. Dying a Natural Death: Ethics and Political Activism for Endemic Disease; Claire Hooker et al.