Embodied Subjectivities: Bodily Subjectivity and Changing Boundaries in Post-Human Alcohol Practices


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Developing an understanding of intoxicated bodily states is important for comprehending why people consume alcohol. This article sets out to investigate the intoxicated subjectivities of women who are in a relationship with another woman. Within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) field, gender, sexuality, and bodily perspectives have become more central objects of attention. While AOD studies have ascribed agency to both alcohol and the human body, how the body and alcohol together produce intoxicated subjective states has not been considered thoroughly. Through an examination of three women's subjective accounts of intoxication, this study found that conceptualizing phenomena such as alcohol, gender, sexuality, and a predefined body as discrete, independent entities limits our understanding of the complexities of embodied intoxication. To overcome this limitation, the article draws on Karen Barad's new materialism theory, which proves more sensitive to a range of different agents. This provides a new way of conceiving the onto-epistemological relations between these agents and challenges both common ideas about intoxication among same-sex experienced women and more general understandings of embodied subjectivity.
机译:了解醉酒的身体状态对于理解人们为何饮酒很重要。本文着手调查与另一名女性有关系的女性的醉酒主观性。在酒精和其他毒品(AOD)领域中,性别,性取向和身体观点已成为关注的焦点。尽管AOD研究将酒精和人体都归因于酒精,但人体和酒精如何共同产生陶醉的主观状态尚未得到充分考虑。通过研究三个女性对醉酒的主观解释,这项研究发现将诸如酒精,性别,性行为和预先定义的身体等概念离散为独立的实体,这限制了我们对具体醉酒的复杂性的理解。为了克服这一局限性,本文借鉴了卡伦·巴拉德(Karen Barad)的新唯物主义理论,该理论被证明对一系列不同的代理更为敏感。这提供了一种新的方式来理解这些因素之间的本体论上的关系,并挑战了同性经验丰富的女性中关于醉酒的常见观念以及对体现的主观性的更普遍理解。



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