Notes

1 BINARY TERROR AND THE BODY MADE EXPLICIT

1  See Steven C. Dubin, Arresting Images: Impolitic Art and Uncivil Actions (New York: Routledge, 1992): 159–96; Peggy Phelan, “Money Talks,” The Drama Review (Spring 1990): 4–15, and “Money Talks, Again,” The Drama Review (Fall 1991): 131–42; Carol S. Vance, “The War on Culture,” Art in America (September 1989): 39–45, and “Misunderstanding Obscenity,” Art in America (May 1990): 49–55; Elizabeth Hess, “Backing Down: Behind Closed Doors at the NEA,” Village Voice, 25 September 1991: 37; and C. Carr, “War on Art,” Village Voice, 5 June 1990: 25–8.

2  Feminist debates about pornography are wide-ranging. See the collection Take Back the Night: Women On Pornography, ed. Laura Lederer (New York: Morrow, ...

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