2 edition of Counter discourses found in the catalog.
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Discourses of Empire offers fresh insight into the political and intellectual conditions of Hapsburg imperialism, illuminating some rarely examined literary genres, such as burlesque epics, history plays, and indiano drama. Indeed, a special feature of the book is a chapter devoted specifically to indiano literature. Internal Resources. Patterns which Connect. Activism under the Radar Screen. About the Author. Michael Barker is an independent researcher who currently resides in Australia. In addition to his work for Swans, which can be found in the and archives, his other articles can be accessed at . Legalese. Please, feel free to insert a link to .
The counter-epic is a literary style that developed in reaction to imperialist epic conventions as a means of scrutinizing the consequences of foreign conquest of dominated peoples. It also functioned as a transitional literary form, a bridge between epic narratives of military heroics and novelistic narratives of commercial success. Discourse/Counter-Discourse is situated on the challenging border between cultural history and literary criticism: combining the insights of Marxism and semiotics, it attempts to delineate the culrural function of texts. Focusing on France during a period of remarkable culrural, social, and political transformation, Richard Terdiman examines both the dominant bourgeois discourse- 5/5(1).
In Discourses of Empire, Barbara Simerka examines the representation of militant Christian imperialism in early modern Spanish literature by focusing on this counter-epic discourse. Simerka is drawn to literary texts that questioned or challenged the imperial project of the Hapsburg monarchy in northern Europe and the New World. Over the last few years, it has become apparent that, for whatever nobility and moral worth lies in the project called “social justice,” something has gone badly wrong with the ideological movement on the far left that repeatedly calls for—or, more accurately, demands—it.
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Discourse/Counter-Discourse is situated on the challenging border between cultural history and literary criticism: combining the insights of Marxism and semiotics, it attempts to delineate the culrural function of texts.
Two counter-discourses emerge. The first is what the author terms an ‘ideology narrative’, for which discourses built around the conceptual category of ‘gender’ normalize simplistic representations of relationships between men and women.
Book Description The European Union plays an increasingly central role in global relations from migration to trade to institutional financial solvency.
The formation and continuation of these relations – their narratives and discourses - are rooted in social, political, and economic historical relations emerging at the founding of European. Discourses and Counter-discourses on Europe book.
From the Enlightenment to the EU. Discourses and Counter-discourses on Europe. DOI link for Discourses and Counter-discourses on Europe.
Discourses and Counter-discourses on Europe book. From the Enlightenment to the EU. Edited By Manuela Ceretta, Barbara : Barbara Curli, Manuela Ceretta.
Counter-discourses function in their form. Their object is to represent the world differently. But their projection of difference goes beyond simply contradicting the dominant, beyond simply negating its assertions.
The power of a dominant discourse lies in the codes by which it regulates understanding of the social world. Discourses by Epictetus is a work that only survived thanks to a student named Arrian, who’s credited with transcribing the lessons he learned in Epictetus’ classroom at the beginning of the second century AD.
Arrian wrote in a letter prior to the Discourses’ publishing, “whatever I used to hear him say I wrote down, word Discourses of Epictetus: Book Summary, Key Lessons. "Discourse/Counter-Discourse is an extremely intelligent, even brilliant, treatment of an impressive range of important problems in literary theory and literary history.
It is imaginatively conceived and provocatively executed."--Dominick LaCapra, Cornell University "It seldom happens that a book gives one exactly what one hungers for. This Reviews: 1. An American-born author, mathematician, and political commentator, Dr. James Lindsay has written six books spanning a range of subjects including religion, the philosophy of science and postmodern theory.
He is the co-founder of New Discourses and currently promoting his new book "How to have impossible conversations". THE thirty-three Discourses contained in this book were dictated over a visible Light and Sound Ray in our home during by the Ascended Master Saint Germain and those other Ascended Masters directly concerned with this Activity.
The sound of His Voice was physically audible to everyone in the room. T he theory of white fragility has become one of the most influential ideas about racism in America. The basic claim underlying the theory is that all white people help keep a racist society alive.
They can’t help it because they have been socialized to have a “ white racial frame.”If white people object to this claim, they reveal their white fragility, which is defined as a. The book challenges Eurocentric conceptions of democracy that all-too-frequently display a lack of concern for specificity and context; analyzes and interrogates Orientalist and Occidentalist discourses on democracy; and considers some of the justifications for democracy in the global arena, giving space for self-representation by women and.
Discourse (from Latin: discursus, lit. 'running to and from') generally denotes written and spoken communications, though its usage differs between various disciplines and instance, in semantics and discourse analysis, it is a conceptual generalization of conversation within each modality and context of communication.
Moreover, in regard to semantics, discourse. Chun looks at how dominant discourses in social circulation operate to co-construct and support capitalism, and the accompanying counter-discourses that critique it. This is key reading for advanced students of discourse analysis, language and globalization/politics, media/communication studies, and related areas.
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This book does. It is remarkable both for its fine-tuned sense of the historical period and for its stunning synthesis of major theoretical discourses." Barbara E.
Johnson "Discourse/Counter-Discourse is an extremely intelligent, even brilliant, treatment of an impressive range of important problems in literary theory and literary history.
It Author: Richard Terdiman. summary Discourse/Counter-Discourse is situated on the border between cultural history and literary criticism: combining the insights of Marxism and semiotics, it attempts to delineate the cultural function of texts.
The book analyses the international discourses on terrorism and drug prohibition and compares efforts to counter both, not only from a contemporary but also from a historical perspective. Utilising poststructuralist theory of the relationship between hegemony and identity, Herschinger argues that hegemony is much more than just the dominance of.
Counter-Discourses on the Racialization of Theft and Ethics in Douglass's Narrative and Jacobs's Incidents. By King, Lovalerie. Read preview. (Book)--Criticism and interpretation; Related books and articles.
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Discourse/Counter-Discourse is situated on the border between cultural history and literary criticism: combining the insights of Marxism and semiotics, it attempts to delineate the cultural function of texts.counterdiscourse definition: Noun (plural counterdiscourses) 1.
(social sciences) A way of thinking that opposes an institutionalized counter- + discourse."Counter-discourses express new and alternative views of the world, in contrast with more established discourses which embody mainstream values, norms, beliefs and attitudes.