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Event presented by the Women's Center for Creative Work at Human Resources on October 7, 2015 Johanna Hedva's Sick Woman Theory proposes that sick bodies are the 21st century's sites of resistance: chronic, pathologized, and historically feminized illnesses ought to be read as modes of protest against the unlivable conditions of neoliberal, imperialist, white-supremacist, capitalist cis-hetero-patriarchy.

My Body Is a Prison of Pain so I Want...

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markdown editorial syntax

I cannot find anymore that website where they were suggesting a set of three or four new syntaxes to use when editing a text in md format.

Maybe it's gone for real.

Just by memory, I list down whatever comes up to mind again, as I thought I had saved the zip folder with the plugins for some text-editors, but probably I deleted it after months of not checking it out.

Add a comment

{{ comment here }}

It can be anywhere in the text, both as inline comment or on a new line (before or after the portion of text you want to comment)

Suggest addition

{{++ addition here ++}}

Place it where you want to add a new addition

Suggest deletion

{{~~ deletion here ~~}}

Using ~~ as strikethrough, instead of minus sign (-). To place around the text selection to delete. it can be followed by {{++ addition here ++}} or a {{ comment here }}

I don't remember if there was more atm. I think a problem with {{ comment here }} is how to select the portion of text to comment upon? Good question. Can be just a second set of {{ selected text }} followed by the {{ comment here }}. This might work well indeed.

html's tag mark would be a good tag for highlighting portion of text, but no md syntax equivalent at the moment. See also this.

And, html's tag details could be used to add text addition, deletion, or commentary. See also this.


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The counterpart to the slave who has flesh but no body (Wilderson), she has no flesh, only a body. Her body is not made of flesh: It is a collection of parts, a collage, a series of images. In her, functions of the flesh disappear and reappear as erotic or repulsive absurdities: two girls, one cup; 2 million girls, one body.

The Hot Babe is both universally available and entirely unattainable. She accepts love, hatred, envy, or jealousy without interest or comment: they have no meaning but nor are they fully meaningless; for the Hot Babe, surface and meaning are arranged horizontally on a flat and apparently infinite plane.

On the high street the plate-glass window is the perfect transparency through which the commodity appears in all its apparent availability. Plate glass, the closest thing to no barrier at all, appears as if it has already vanished. The commodity offers itself to you, through the glass. It is yours on condition that you do not take it, it is fully yours on condition that it is not yours. The hot babe is not commodity but the glass: “First you break the window, then you become it.” No, the hot babe is not the glass but the moment of glass breaking, a splintering YES, a fracturing NO: “Whatever.”

Further Materials Toward a Theory of...

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Fulvia Carnevale of Paris-based artist collective Claire Fontaine opens the 'Don't Think You Have Any Rights: The Challenges of Italian Feminisms' talks for the Now You Can Go seminar, running Saturday December 12.

Now You Can Go - Fulvia Carnevale...

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