Table of contents for Body modification / edited by Mike Featherstone.

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Body Modification - Mike Featherstone
An Introduction
`Modern Primitivism' - Christian Klesse
Non-Mainstream Body Modification and Racialized Representation
The Possibility of Primitiveness - Bryan S Turner
Towards a Sociology of Body Marks in Cool Societies
Anchoring the (Postmodern) Self? Body Modification, Fashion and Identity - Paul Sweetman
This Body Which Is Not One - Margrit Shildrick
Dealing with Differences
Marinetti, Chopin, Stelarc and the Auratic Intensities of the Postmodern Techno-Body - Nicholas Zurbrugg
Parasite Visions - Stelarc
Alternate, Intimate and Involuntary Experiences
In Dialogue with 'Posthuman' Bodies - Ross Farnell
An Interview with Stelarc
An Order of Pure Decision - Jane Goodall
Un-Natural Selection in the Work of Stelarc and Orlan
Serene and Happy and Distant - Robert Ayers
An Interview with Orlan
The Sacrificial Body of Orlan - Julie Clarke
Citation and Subjectivity - Roy Boyne
Towards a Return of the Embodied Will
Interaction Order and Beyond - Roberta Sassatelli
A Field Analysis of Body Culture within Fitness Gyms
The Body as Outlaw - Neal Curtis
Lyotard, Kafka and the Visible Human Project
Creating 'The Perfect Body' - Lee Monaghan
A Variable Project
Body Modification, Self-Mutilation and Agency in Media Accounts of a Subculture - Victoria Pitts
Tattoos and Heroin - Kevin McCarron
A Literary Approach
Performing the Technoscientific Body - Eugene Thacker
Real Video Surgery and the Anatomy Theatre

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Body marking.
Body, Human -- Symbolic aspects.