Rehabilitating the Aesthetics of Nature: Hepburn and Adorno
Environmental Ethics 2011 Spring; 33(1): 45-56
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Dominick, Gina Ann (Georgetown University, 2013)This thesis uses Theodor Adorno's aesthetic theories of ugliness to reconsider the medieval/modern dichotomy implicit in much of medieval studies and contemporary aesthetic theory. I argue that Geoffrey Chaucer's The ...
Andreou, Chrisoula (2010-11)I review the main models of disability and introduce a line of reasoning that has been neglected in the debate concerning disability and disadvantage. My reasoning suggests that while disablism can and should be combated, ...
Building Nature in Detroit: Ruin Aesthetics, Historical gaps, and the Urban Agricultural Imagination Pasek, Anne (Georgetown University. Communication, Culture & Technology Graduate Program, 2016)Urban Agriculture is increasingly forwarded as a tool for social and ecological renewal in the post-industrial city. However, much of the enthusiasm (and increasingly, scholarly analysis) of this phenomenon focuses on its ...