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27 July 2010 class  21:36 Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) “Illbient “ Takes sounds of urban environment to create antitopian atmosphere Rhythm science (2004) “Rebirth of Nation” (2007) “The Birth of a Nation”-About conflict, controversy, the rise of the KKK Sound Unbound (2008) Synesthesia-linking, the image of a sense (as a color) other than the one (as a sound)  being stimulated “The method becomes actionary rather than re-actionary.” (13) Foucault (1984) “History of Sexuality, Vol. 1) Prison as a metaphor to modern day society;  We’re under potentials of being watch at any given time Panopticon “Discourse Analysis” Bipower ”—ability of a nation tom maximize the potential of its citizens psychoanalysis  Susan Bordo Hunger as Ideology
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The Woman Who Doesn’t Eat Much Slender=success “Almost all of us who can afford to be eating well are dieting—and hungry—almost all of  the time.” (Bordo, 103) Psyching Out the Female Consumer Slender=simulacrum An object of desire that doesn’t necessarily exist in reality Men have healthy appetites Women must control compulsive thoughts of food  Gender as ideology Victorian influence Voracious women (women’s appetite could be seen as satanic, dangerous)…the  following is when they’re greedy, etc: Pregnant Near starving Hyper-sexual Bram Dijkstra Sex is perceived as a way of eating Hindu goddess representation Men Eat & Women Prepare
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Ode to mothers (Bud Poloquin)—“Pie quote…put others before herself) Self-denial=good mom John Berger “Men act; women appear” Examples of men preparing food; it’s comical making instant coffee pancakes for son’s breakfast  roasting on the campfire salad for a company picnic Clinton’s sound bite about making cookies Betty Crocker Jell-O Pudding reference Certain scholars have shown how Jell-O pudding became symbol in African American 
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