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“Hawkins' work has defied easy classification since the early 1990's, offering alternate histories and juxtaposing dissimilar elements, from ancient Greek and Roman sculpture, 19th-century French Decadent literature, post-structuralist theory, 1980s teen heartthrobs, Native assimilation in the American Southeast, or the intricacies of Thai sex tourism.”
“On Friday, I picked up Burleson's Lovecraft: Disturbing the Universe, only to be disappointed to learn that it's primarily a dry attempt to subject HPL's work to the rusty razors of deconstruction and post-structuralist literary theory.”
“The post-structuralist, postmodernist, and diversity oriented accounts of gender that have affected other areas of feminist thought have not yet fully impacted on feminist accounts of trans – or on feminist grassroots politics concerning gender diversity.”
“Though sometimes characterised as postmodernist, Foucault always rejected the post-structuralist and postmodernist labels.”
“It's just that my own approach is ... "dynamicist" rather than structuralist, which means I do have some sympathy for deconstructivist and post-structuralist approaches, I guess.”
“(Attn. literary theorists: You could make an argument that it's the first post-structuralist campaign.)”
“At university in the 1960s, he was seduced by the new wave of French post-structuralist theorists – Derrida, Michel Foucault, Julia Kristeva and, above all, Jacques Lacan.”
“He also dips into the post-structuralist toolbox of French theorists Michel Foucault and Roland Barthes.”
“We can take this idea of postmodernity a little deeper though, overlay Baudrillard's notion of "simulacra", his post-structuralist position that language itself simply doesn't sustain such authoritative readings.”
“Now, the hard-core post-structuralist in me would note that we transform on a minute by minute basis.”
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