Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination

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U of Minnesota Press, 1997 - 252 páginas
'Avery Gordon's stunningly original and provocatively imaginative book explores the connections linking horror, history, and haunting. She shows how fiction writing can sometimes function as a social force, as a repository of memories that are too brutal, to debilitating, and too horrifying to register through direct historical or social science narratives...'--George Lipsitz, University of California, San Diego
 

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Employees must wash hands
9
I went pioneering
23
distractions
31
Sabina Spielrein and Family
58
the other door its floods of tears with consolation
63
La Mano
71
El Valiente
99
La Chalupa
117
not only the footprints but the water too and what
137
The Modern MedeaThe Story of Margaret Garner
138
Fugitive Slaves on the Underground Railroad or
152
Is there somewhere I should stand?
165
Fighting the Horizon
180
there are crossroads
193
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