After Identity

Rutherford, Jonathan

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Synopsis: Returning to a theme on which the author has written widely, this volume focuses on identity as the means by which individuals struggle to give themselves meaning and representation and analyzes its historic struggles, in particular those against racism, misogyny, and homophobia. Through a series of essays—on individuality, race and asylum, identity and history, masculinity and war, ecological ethics, and ageing—the book explores some of the ethical resources that might help an engagement with the current predicaments of identity. The author argues that society needs a better account of how to define human beings and of the changing dynamic between individuality and society, through which identities are made and remade.

About the Author: Jonathan Rutherford is professor of cultural studies at Middlesex University–London. He is the editor of Soundings magazine and author or editor of many books, including Identity: Community, Culture, Difference and Male Order: Unwrapping Masculinity.

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Title: After Identity
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Publication Date: 2007
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