Bodies: A Digital CompanionMain MenuWhy the Body?an introduction to the digital companionEmbodimentkey conceptCultural Normkey conceptBodily Differencekey conceptStigmakey conceptIntersectionalitykey conceptBody ImageDr. Kristin Novotny, Professor COR 240-04/05Spectral and Invisible BodiesDr. Veruska Cantelli, Assistant ProfessorVisibility / Invisibility / HypervisibilityAlice Neiley, Adjunct ProfessorRadical AwakeningFaith Yacubian, Assistant ProfessorPaleoErik Shonstrom, Assistant ProfessorBorderlandsDr. Patricia DeRocherWalkingDr. Katheryn Wright, Associate Professor (COR-240-03)The PosthumanDr. Katheryn Wright, Associate ProfessorMethodologiesThis page contains links to short explanations of the different methodologies used to understand bodies and embodiment.The Body Projectoverview of the common assignmentAcknowledgementsa list of contributors to 'Bodies: A Digital Companion'Katheryn Wright279cd79e69274163f928712dea4a54ed18cc4019Kristin Novotny6c7d293adc756d3d765532b1218f29929b3ec40f
12017-02-19T13:01:49-08:00Katheryn Wright279cd79e69274163f928712dea4a54ed18cc4019149577a short introductionplain2017-08-25T17:30:45-07:00Katheryn Wright279cd79e69274163f928712dea4a54ed18cc4019Each section of COR-240: Bodies has a different focus that will impact what concepts, themes, and debates you will encounter throughout the semester. The digital companion is a shared resource, meaning you will encounter ideas and debates from other sections that link to your own focus section. To access your particular focus section (or to explore another approach to embodiment that differs from our own class!), you have two options. You can click on the chapter titled with your focus in the table of contents or use the tags below this page. The page for each focus section will set up a path through the different readings and screenings for your particular section.