The Sexual Politics of Meat - A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory
|Author:||Carol J. Adams|
The Sexual Politics of Meat is Carol Adams' inspiring and controversial exploration of the interplay between contemporary society's ingrained cultural misogyny and its obsession with meat and masculinity. First published in 1990, the book has continued to change the lives of tens of thousands of readers into the second decade of the 21st century. Published in the year of the book's 25th anniversary, the Bloomsbury Revelations edition includes a substantial new afterword, including more than 20 new images and discussions of recent events that prove beyond doubt the continuing relevance of Adams' revolutionary book.
Illustrations Preface to the Twentieth Anniversary Edition Preface to the Tenth Anniversary Edition Preface to the Original Edition Foreword by Nellie McKay Acknowledgments Part One: The Patriarchal Texts of Meat Chapter 1 The Sexual Politics of Meat Chapter 2 The Rape of Animals, the Butchering of Women Chapter 3 Masked Violence, Muted Voices Chapter 4 The Word Made Flesh Part Two: From the Belly of Zeus Chapter 5 Dismembered Texts, Dismembered Animals Chapter 6 Frankenstein's Vegetarian Monster Chapter 7 Feminism, the Great War, and Modern Vegetarianism Part Three: Eat Rice Have Faith in Women Chapter 8 The Distortion of the Vegetarian Body Chapter 9 For a Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory Epilogue: Destabilizing Patriarchal Consumption Afterword to the Bloomsbury Revelations edition Notes Select Bibliography Twentieth Anniversary Bibliography Index