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Tracie Matysik is Associate Professor in the Department of History, College of Liberal Arts.
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"Tracie Matysik's historical and critical reconstruction of the complex relations between sexuality and collective identity formation in the public discussions of the Ethics Reform movement brilliantly illuminates the emergence of a discursive space in which modern discussions of the formation of moral subjectivity became possible. Reforming the Moral Subject is a stunning achievement: it practices intellectual history as a critical history of the process and conditions of thinking, uncovers the complex theoretical reflections embedded in the interactions of public debate, and provides an historical perspective for current discussions concerning subjectivity, identity formation and ethical agency."—John Toews, University of Washington
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