Spectral Materiality: Theoretical Approaches to Materialism in Early Modern England

Pfeffer, Jess.


  • Abstract: By attending to early modern theorizations of the material, this dissertation exposes the hauntedness of the material, the ways in which materiality, when held up as a concept and as concretion, already figures its own collapse. Each chapter in this project might be seen as a case study that explains how "the material" operates as a figure for positivization that it always refuses. "Sexing ... read more
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