The Black Body in Ecstasy
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-03-31 - Publisher: Duke University Press
In The Black Body in Ecstasy, Jennifer C. Nash rewrites black feminism's theory of representation. Her analysis moves beyond black feminism's preoccupation with injury and recovery to consider how racial fictions can create a space of agency and even pleasure for black female subjects. Nash's innovative readings of hardcore pornographic
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-01-01 - Publisher: Fremantle Press
Mia and Sophie have been best friends forever - but that's all about to change. Experimenting with alcohol, flirting with boys and dabbling in drugs, things quickly spiral out of control. Sophie, after a particularly nasty experience, reigns herself in, but Mia seems bent on self-destruction. Rejecting her old life,
Ecstasy: The Complete Guide
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001-08-01 - Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
• The world's leading experts on Ecstasy assess its therapeutic potential, social implications, and the dangers of unsupervised use. • Includes chapters by Andrew Weil, Ralph Metzner, Douglas Rushkoff, Rabbi Zalman Schachter, Rick Doblin, and others. • An ideal guide for parents and educators seeking a credible source of information.
Ecstasy in Darkness
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-10-26 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster
New York Times bestselling sensation Gena Showalter enthralls with a dark, tantalizing world of humans, otherworlders, powers beyond imagining, and a seductive vampire undone by his insatiable hunger for one woman. . . . Growing up poor on New Chicago’s meanest streets, Ava Sans had two options: be the predator
Ecstasy, Ritual, and Alternate Reality
Type: BOOK - Published: 1988-12-22 - Publisher: Indiana University Press
"An important book which deserves the careful attention of serious students of religion." —Religious Studies Review Anthropologist and spiritual explorer Felicitas Goodman offers a "unified field theory" of religion as human behavior. She examines ritual, the religious trance, alternate reality, ethics and moral code, and the named category designating religion.