#MeToo and the Estrangement of Beauty-and-the-Beast Narratives
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摘要How might the #MeToo movement be understood as estranging? The essay explores several possibilities related to the Beauty and the Beast myth, involving estranging male privilege (the right to pursue women for sex) and female privilege (the traditional helplessness that makes a woman depend on a man for protection), before examining an art project launched by Russian artist Khasan Bakhayev estranging both modern fashion canons of beauty and the bestiality of Stalin's purges in the 1930s. The essay explores the tensions between Bakhayev's quest for "beauty" (aesthetics as analgesia) and the empathic power of art to disrupt and disturb (estrangement).
出版社接受日期15.01.2018
著者Svetlana Ilinskaya, Douglas Robinson
期刊名稱Social Research: An International Quarterly
出版年份2018
月份8
卷號85
期次2
出版社Johns Hopkins University Press
出版地Project Muse
頁次375 - 405
國際標準期刊號0037-783X
電子國際標準期刊號1944-768X
語言美式英語

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