Grant Hamilton is Associate Professor of English Literature at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He teaches and writes in the areas of twentieth-century world literature and literary theory. His most recent work includes The World of Failing Machines: Speculative Realism and Literature (2016) and a co-edited collection of new research on the Mozambican writer Mia Couto, titled A Companion to Mia Couto (2016).
Chinese University of Hong Kong
In her well-read work on contemporary feminist theory titled Nomadic Subjects (2011), Rosi Braidotti gets to grips with the Deleuzian notion of ‘becoming-woman’. Noting that the concept has experienced a good deal of criticism in feminist circles (and from some…