Mythic Caesura, Pain and the Boundary between the Non-human and Human Animal

Contours of the Flesh - The Semiotics of Pain - Darlene Juschka

Darlene Juschka [+-]
University of Regina
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Associate professor WGST & RLST, Coordinator WGST

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Introduction Non-human animal and human animal The animal-human binary in Eurowestern knowledge systems The animal-human binary in systems of belief and practice Animality and humanity - Marking the difference The Ur-other: Non-human animals The Iliad and Odyssey: Kinship, speech and normative boundaries Pain, bodies, and boundaries in the Homeric Epics Pain and its significations in the Homeric Texts The Maya Popol Vuh Maya Popol Vuh Kinship and speech Presence and absence: Intimations of pain in the Popol Vuh Boundaries and borders

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Juschka, Darlene. Mythic Caesura, Pain and the Boundary between the Non-human and Human Animal. Contours of the Flesh - The Semiotics of Pain. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. Mar 2021. ISBN 9781845539610. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=31849. Date accessed: 14 Oct 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.31849. Mar 2021

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