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- Elena Casagrande, Michael Walsh
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" "Vulnerable States" shows how impossible it is to extricate the Body from the cultural discourses that surround it, as well as from the subjectivity that it helps to produce. De Ferrari seeks to understand the dialectics between the writing of the self and the intervention upon the Other; the ideologies of colonialism and the resilience of those "vulnerable bodies that it aimed to rule. In its analyses of French, Hispanic, and Anglophone texts, it embodies the Caribbean at its best: a region both surprisingly "open but also joined by a unique sense of historical memory.--Jose Quiroga, Emory University"This book makes a very considerable intellectual contribution, both to Caribbean studies in particular and to postcolonial studies in general. Its scholarly merits are multiple, not the least being its courageous and successful effort to deal with the Caribbean as a multicultural whole.... De Ferrari navigates this intricate diversity with insight and elegance, guiding her reader toward a richer, more complex understanding of the Caribbean.--Sylvia Molloy, Albert Schweitzer Professor of the Humanities, New York University
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Joe Harris is the writer of the fan-favorite, monthly paranormal investigations of Agents Mulder and Scully in The X-Files: Season 10, Season 11, and the newest ongoing monthly X-Files title for IDW. Joe has written for other publishers as well, including "Slingers" and "Bishop: The Last X-Man" for Marvel Comics, "Wars in Toyland" and "Ghost Projekt" for Oni Press, and other titles for DC Comics and Dark Horse Publishing. Harris conceived, and co-wrote the screenplay for, the hit Sony Pictures horror film, Darkness Falls after his short film, Tooth Fairy was acquired by Revolution Studios and developed into a feature. He co-wrote "The Tripper" with David Arquette.