Julia Kristeva (1941 - ) is a feminist, cultural theorist, and novelist who is noted for her varied applications of psychoanalysis and post-structuralist thought. A prolific writer of both theory and fiction, Kristeva gained recognition for her philosophical work Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection (1982). Kristeva was a recipient of the Holberg International Memorial Prize in 2004 and the Hannah Arendt Prize for Political Thought in 2006. In The Kitchen's 1980 panel on “Television, Society, and Art,” Kristeva spoke on television’s potential use for the dissemination of ideology.
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