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Skickas inom vardagar. This book examines the ways in which the histories of racial violence, from slavery onwards, are manifest in representations of the body in twenty-first-century culture set in the US South. Christopher Lloyd focuses on corporeality in literature and film to detail the workings of cultural memory in the present. Drawing on the fields of Southern Studies, Memory Studies and Black Studies, the book also engages psychoanalysis, Animal Studies and posthumanism to revitalize questions of the racialized body.
In all, the book explores the ways in which bodies in contemporary southern culture bear the traces of racial regulation and injury. Of course, this is generalizing, but from experience, a number of American and European literature journals have rejected proposals of southern criticism for being too "particular. My colleagues and I have been struck by the responses of numerous editors who do not conceive of the South and southern literature as being substantial or general enough to fit in their publications.
This special issue, therefore, has four central aims. First, the issue argues for the legitimacy and importance of the twenty-first-century southern novel within the larger frame of contemporary literature from the US. Second, the issue offers a textual route out of, or beyond, the theoretical debates that dominate new southern studies; that is, the text, here, is of more importance than the theoretical minefield of what constitutes southern literature or what southern studies should be.
Rather than simply fall on one side of this imagined? Fourth, the articles here will produce an expansive range of textual and intellectual frameworks that are original and important.