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The Politics of Discourse

Third Thoughts on "New Subjectivity"
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ISBN-13:
9783261044099
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Seiten:
323
Autor:
Karen Kramer
Gewicht:
440 g
Serie:
.39, New York University Ottendorfer Series
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Contents: Cultural Politics & Political Culture - Word Whores - The "Death" of Literature - The Politics of Difference - Public Sphere & Private Space - Büchner's Lenz and Schneider's Lenz - Interview with Peter Schneider - Collective Subjectivity in Verena Stefan's Häutungen - The "Specifically Female" as Productive Illusion.
"New Subjectivity" was the salient signifier employed by German literary critics in the 1970s to signal a shift from the discourses of "engagement", which had characterized the previous decade, to a paradigm of self-focus. This book explores the interface between the discursive field and its critical participants. In retrospect, the "New Subjectivity" discourse marks a significant watershed in the pre-history of a united German future whose discourses will be mediated between split pasts and imperfectly fused presents. "Third thoughts" names an interdisciplinary approach which penetrates the illusion of discursive unity without presuming that its reifying power will thereby be neutralized.

Contents: Cultural Politics & Political Culture - Word Whores - The "Death" of Literature - The Politics of Difference - Public Sphere & Private Space - Büchner's Lenz and Schneider's Lenz - Interview with Peter Schneider - Collective Subjectivity in Verena Stefan's Häutungen - The "Specifically Female" as Productive Illusion.
"New Subjectivity" was the salient signifier employed by German literary critics in the 1970s to signal a shift from the discourses of "engagement", which had characterized the previous decade, to a paradigm of self-focus. This book explores the interface between the discursive field and its critical participants. In retrospect, the "New Subjectivity" discourse marks a significant watershed in the pre-history of a united German future whose discourses will be mediated between split pasts and imperfectly fused presents. "Third thoughts" names an interdisciplinary approach which penetrates the illusion of discursive unity without presuming that its reifying power will thereby be neutralized.
Autor: Karen Kramer
The Author: Karen Ruoff Kramer, a native Californian, has lived in Berlin since the early 1970s. She holds degrees in English Literature, Philosophy and German Studies from Stanford University and the Freie Universität Berlin. She is Director of Stanford University's Berlin Study Center, where she teaches German theater, literature and film. Her research specializations include contemporary cultural studies, theory, literature and performance media. The author is a published poet in English and German.
Autor: Karen Kramer
ISBN-13:: 9783261044099
ISBN: 3261044098
Verlag: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
Gewicht: 440g
Seiten: 323
Sprache: Englisch
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