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Review: In the Flesh: The Cultural Politics of Body ModificationUser Review - Courtney - Goodreads
An interesting read but the constant "as SCHOLAR NAME says/calls it" was awkward. Also, if you're reading this while injured like I did (broken clavicle and bruised) you may have a hard time ... Read full review
Review: In the Flesh: The Cultural Politics of Body ModificationUser Review - Sumayyah - Goodreads
Wonderfully researched.. but full of white middle-class appropriation. *sigh* Her main focus seems to be on the white people who have adopted and reinvented (stole and appropriated) native/indigenous rituals and practices. Read full review
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