Description - Club Cultures and Female Subjectivity by Maria Pini
This work explores the significance which contemporary club cultures can come to have for women living through a time of radical-sexual political change. The book focuses upon the experimental accounts of different "raving" and clubbing women by illustrating how new, and more appropriate, fictions of femininity are generated within these accounts. Focus upon these aspects reveals the limitations of reading today's club cultures as indicators of a sexual political regression.
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Author Biography - Maria Pini
MARIA PINI is post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Western Sydney, Australia. She is author of a number of published articles on women and dance cultures.