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NOTES

I would like to thank my friend Daniel Fusch for providing feedback on and helping me to find the right structure for this paper. More specific contributions will be footnoted as necessary below.

1. My distinction here between an outward (masculinized) gaze and the inward (feminized) gaze has been influenced by reading the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu’s study Masculine Domination, in which he outlines his theory of habitus as it relates to gendered identity. In brief, his study of Kabylia culture in the mountains of Algeria preserves in isolation traditions that European culture has weakened. As a consequence, he is able to isolate and describe the means by which men establish their dominant role over women that applies to a wide number of cultures, including the European. Men are taught on a bodily level that they can look upward and outward to the public and political sphere because their supposedly guiltless nature will not cause harm. Women are taught that they must look inward and downward into the domestic and private domain where their allegedly sinful natures will do less damage. Because an analysis of the Vorkosigan series in light of Bourdieu’s theory and the long history of habitus beginning with Aristotle is too lengthy and complex to include here, it will have to wait until a later date to be published.

 

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Author:Janet Brennan Croft , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Janet Brennan Croft

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: McFarland

Published: 2013-01-09T16:00:00+00:00
NOTES

I would like to thank my friend Daniel Fusch for providing feedback on and helping me to find the right structure for this paper. More specific contributions will be footnoted as necessary below.

1. My distinction here between an outward (masculinized) gaze and the inward (feminized) gaze has been influenced by reading the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu’s study Masculine Domination, in which he outlines his theory of habitus as it relates to gendered identity. In brief, his study of Kabylia culture in the mountains of Algeria preserves in isolation traditions that European culture has weakened. As a consequence, he is able to isolate and describe the means by which men establish their dominant role over women that applies to a wide number of cultures, including the European. Men are taught on a bodily level that they can look upward and outward to the public and political sphere because their supposedly guiltless nature will not cause harm. Women are taught that they must look inward and downward into the domestic and private domain where their allegedly sinful natures will do less damage. Because an analysis of the Vorkosigan series in light of Bourdieu’s theory and the long history of habitus beginning with Aristotle is too lengthy and complex to include here, it will have to wait until a later date to be published.

2. Janet Brennan Croft first pointed out the significance of this passage in relation to Miles Vorkosigan and his clone Mark, whom we meet later in Brothers in Arms. See Croft 63–64.

3. Due to my reliance on Ragussis and Janet Brennan Croft, the logic of this comment follows the logic of Croft’s observation, “So both Miles and Mark [Miles’s cloned twin], neatly classified, have to find a balance in their lives between the names and roles and expectations imposed on them by their society and family, and their consuming desires to freely make their own names for themselves” (64).

4. For this etymology, see the adj. and n. nominal, not nominalism, in the Oxford English Dictionary.

5. For other authoritative definitions of paterfamilias, see the entry in The Oxford Classical Dictionary; for extensive discussions of the paterfamilias, see Lacey and Rawson. For an extensive discussion of patria potestas, see Lacey.

6. Little recent discussion of the Roman cult of the dead and the Romans’ view of the afterlife exists, perhaps because Franz Cumont’s analysis in 1922 still stands as the authoritative text on the topic. Thus, for a comprehensive view of Rome’s cult of the dead, see Cumont 44–69. For a more recent perspective, see Warrior 27–40.

7. I am indebted to my friend Daniel Fusch for pointing out the full significance of this passage.

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