Table of contents for The Routledge critical and cultural theory reader / edited by Neil Badmington and Julia Thomas.

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Table of contents
 Editors¿ introduction
1.	Karl Marx, ¿Preface (to a Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy)¿, 
2.	Sigmund Freud, 'A Note on the Unconscious in Psychoanalysis', 1912.
3.	Ferdinand de Saussure, ¿Linguistic Value¿, 1916.
4.	Joan Riviere, ¿Womanliness as a Masquerade¿, 1929.
5.	Walter Benjamin, ¿The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction¿, 
6.	Jacques Lacan, ¿The Mirror Stage as Formative of the Function of the I as 
Revealed in Psychoanalytic Experience¿, 1949.
7.	Frantz Fanon, ¿The Fact of Blackness¿, 1952.
8.	Raymond Williams, ¿Culture is Ordinary¿, 1958.
9.	Henri Lefebvre, ¿The Social Text¿, 1961.
10.	Hayden White, ¿The Burden of History¿, 1966.
11.	Roland Barthes, ¿The Death of the Author¿, 1968.
12.	Jacques Derrida, ¿Differance¿, 1968.
13.	Michel de Certeau, ¿Walking in the City¿, 1974.
14.	Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, ¿What is a Minor Literature?¿, 1975.
15.	Michel Foucault, ¿Panopticism¿, 1975.
16.	Laura Mulvey, ¿Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema¿, 1975.
17.	Edward Said, Introduction to Orientalism, 1978.
18.	Stuart Hall, ¿Encoding/Decoding¿, 1980.
19.	Julia Kristeva, ¿Approaching Abjection¿, 1980.
20.	Jean Baudrillard, ¿Simulacra and Science Fiction¿, 1981.
21.	Jean-François Lyotard, ¿Answer to the Question: What is the Postmodern?¿, 
22.	Gayle Rubin, ¿Thinking Sex: Notes Towards a Radical Theory of the Politics 
of Sexuality¿, 1984.
23.	Donna J. Haraway, ¿A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and 
Socialist Feminism in the 1980s¿, 1985.
24.	Gloria Anzaldúa, ¿How to Tame a Wild Tongue¿, 1987.
25.	Judith Butler, ¿Imitation and Gender Insubordination¿, 1991.
26.	Chandra Talpade Mohanty, ¿Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and 
Colonial Discourses¿, 1991.
27.	Giorgio Agamben, Introduction to Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare 
Life, 1995.
28.	Lauren Berlant and Michael Warner, ¿What Does Queer Theory Teach Us 
About X?¿, 1995
29.	Marjorie Garber, ¿Who Owns ¿Human Nature¿?¿, 2003.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Critical theory.