El pasado es prólogo: Shakespeare posthumano

Karen Raber

and Posthumanist Theory

London/New Dely/New York/ Sidney: Bloomsbury Group, 2018,
216 pp.


Shakespeare and Posthumanist Theorycharts challenges in the field of Shakespeare studies to the assumption
that the category human is real, stable, or worthy of privileging in
discussions of the playwright’s work. Drawing on a variety of methodologies –
cognitive theory, systems theory, animal studies, ecostudies, the new
materialisms – the volume investigates the world of Shakespeare’s plays and
poems in order to represent more thoroughly its variety, its ethics of
inclusion, and its resistance to human triumphalism and exceptionalism.

1: We Have Never Been Humanist: Genealogies of Posthumanism

Chapter 2: Posthuman Cosmography

Chapter 3: Bodies and Minds

Chapter 4: Neither Fish nor Fowl

Chapter 5: TechnoBard

Chapter 6: Post-posthumanism? Back to the Future




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