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Politics, Inclusion, and Social Practice
V21: Victorian Studies for the 21st Century
  • Ronjaunee Chatterjee
  • Amy Wong, Dominican University of California
Document Type
Essay
Publication Date
12-9-2016
Link to Original Publication
http://v21collective.org/vtn-chatterjee-and-wong/
Department
Literature and Languages
Abstract

"In the wake of the American election, Elaine Hadley’s 'Closing Remarks' from v21’s b2o issue—that we are writing, living, and teaching in a 'critical moment, some might even say a survivalist moment' in which 'the power of positive psychology does not seem adequate to the times'—appear chilling in their urgency. Hadley cautions against a pleasure and optimism largely disengaged from feminist and class critiques, as well as from what she calls 'Politics with a big P.'"

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Citation Information
Ronjaunee Chatterjee and Amy Wong. "Politics, Inclusion, and Social Practice" V21: Victorian Studies for the 21st Century (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amy-wong/23/