Contrary to the college degree that is complete and sitting stagnantly
on my wall, being a CCE requires me to stay current in the industry to ensure recertification every three years.
Since, for Woolf, "[e]xperience never comes into being without representation" (12), her revolutionary project entails conveying--through self-reflexive words and through a self-critical sign(ification) system--human character as a shifting subject position, which is always in flux or in becoming, rather than as a pret-a-porter archetype or identity which is fixed and stagnantly
Wallace's concept of "enframement" could offer headway in conceptualizing a racializing, cinematic gaze that is simultaneously sexual, violent, stagnantly
taxonomic, and mobile.
What Settle does in Ibrahim is to apply this concept, not to a Western country, however, but to the East where religious tolerance, according to many Westerners, was stagnantly
at its ebb.