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Quo Vadis Translatologie

Author : Gerd Wotjak
ISBN : 9783865960405
Genre : Translating and interpreting
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Disorientation

Author : Karl Ashoka Britto
ISBN : 9622096506
Genre : Social Science
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This book explores literary representations of cultural hybridity spanning nearly half a century, a period marked by major shifts in Franco-Vietnamese relations. How can identity be thought and represented outside of the oppositional categories that divide cultures, histories, languages and races? Can the intercultural subject be understood as more than a site of cultural contestation, as anything other than a confrontation between incompatible binary opposites? This book offers compelling responses to these questions through a series of close readings of francophone novels written by Vietnamese authors during and just after the colonial period. While many contemporary studies of cultural hybridity tend to privilege the postmodern, deconstructive play of postcolonial identities, Disorientation seeks to uncover what is often obscured in such celebratory analyses: the rigid and potentially traumatic conditions under which colonized subjects experienced the tensions and contradictions of intercultural identity. The close readings that form the core of the book are inflected by cultural and historical considerations, and informed by a range of primary documents that includes training manuals for colonial administrators, works of imperialist propaganda, tourist guidebooks and travel writing, and textbooks from Franco-Vietnamese schools. These contextualized analyses recast the problem of interculturality in an Asian francophone context, expanding the historical and cultural fields within which questions of identity and difference are currently discussed and offering a striking perspective from which to question postcolonial theories of hybridity.
Category: Social Science

En Vrac

Author : Roger le conte
ISBN : 9781291138726
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Aquila

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ISBN : 9789401198226
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book is presented to scholars with a broad interest in modern languages and literatures. It contains articles written in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. The topics rangein time from the Middle Ages to our day; geographically, from Europe and Africa to Latin America; in substance, from literary analysis to the study of manuscripts, stylistics, and the use of acronyms. The authors were given complete freedom to write papers on subjects of their choice, in their respective fields of specialization. The indis treatment, and a pensable ingredients were originality of material or genuine contribution to knowledge in the general area of modern languages and literatures. While responsibility for content rests with individual authors, we deeply appreciate the counsels of wisdom and experience given by Pro fessor Nicolae Iliescu of Harvard University; Professor Rene J asinski, emeritus, of Harvard; Professor Luis A. Murillo, of the University of California at Berkeley; Professor Erich Von Richthofen, of the Uni versity of Toronto. These distinguished scholars, with their usual kindness, interrupted their own work to read portians of the manuscript of particular interest to them. To the Administration of Boston College, we acknowledge a debt of gratitude for the generaus subsidy which encouraged this labor of love among colleagues and helped to bring the project to a successful, printed completion.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Andre Gide And Curiosity

Author : Victoria Reid
ISBN : 9789042027268
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This comprehensive exploration of curiosity in the fiction and life-writing of André Gide (1869-1951) is an important modernist contribution to the field of curiosity in literature and cultural studies more broadly. Curiosity was a credo for Gide. By observing the world and then manifesting in writing these observations, he stimulates the curiosity of readers, conceived as virtual conduits of a curiosity once his own. Using a thematic structure of sexual, scientific and writerly curiosity, this volume identifies processes of curiosity in the life-writing (including the travel-writing) which illuminate processes in the fiction, and vice versa. Theories of fetishism, gender and sexuality are applied to Gide's corpus to illustrate his championing of a masculine curiosity of enlightenment and adventure over a feminised 'curiosité-défaillance' of disobedience and harm, and to explore objects eliciting his incuriosity. Gide's creativity is nourished by his curiosity, as close readings of his work informed by Melanie Klein's psychoanalytic writing on epistemophilia reveal. Curiosity is a rewarding, non-reductionist perspective from which the exceptional variety of Gide's subject matter, style and genre can be more coherently understood. Research draws principally on the six Pléiade volumes of Gide's oeuvre, published 1996-2009.
Category: Literary Criticism

Au Miroir Des Disciplines

Author : Frédéric Darbellay
ISBN : 3034305540
Genre : Education, Higher
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Quels sont aujourd'hui les enjeux institutionnels, epistemologiques et methodologiques inherents a une approche inter- et transdisciplinaire de la complexite des situations d'enseignement, des objets de recherche et des questions de societe ? Quelles sont les potentialites et les resultats de cette nouvelle approche, quels sont aussi les obstacles qui se dressent encore sur son chemin ? Quels types de cursus d'etudes et quelles pratiques pedagogiques mettre en place pour permettre une implementation de l'interdisciplinarite dans le cadre du processus de Bologne ? En cherchant a repondre a ces questions, ce livre s'adresse a tous les chercheurs, enseignants et apprenants, ainsi qu'a toutes les personnes interessees par l'exploration des frontieres qui se redessinent aux confins des sciences. Die Realitat brennender gesellschaftlicher Fragen, innovativer Forschung sowie die Herausforderung an die tertiare Bildung sind komplex und werfen kontroverse Diskussionspunkte auf. Welche Resultate und neuen Erkenntnisse verspricht man sich von dieser komplementaren Art der Wissensproduktion und wodurch werden alternative Wege innerhalb der Universitatsorganisation immer noch erschwert? Welchen wissenschaftstheoretischen und methodischen Schwierigkeiten begegnet man bei inter- und transdisziplinarem Arbeiten? Wie konnen Curricula und Unterrichtseinheiten aufgebaut werden, damit Interdisziplinaritat innerhalb der Bolognastrukturen unserer Hochschulen gelebt, gelehrt und gelernt werden kann? Antworten auf diese Fragen sowie Beispiele aus verschiedenen Wissenschaftsbereichen richten sich an Forschende, Lehrende und Lernende, mit dem Ziel, disziplinare Grenzen zu uberschreiten."
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The Fiction Of Julian Barnes

Author : Vanessa Guignery
ISBN : 9781137201010
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Julian Barnes's work has been marked by great variety, ranging not only from conventional fiction to postmodernist experimentation in such well-known novels as Flaubert's Parrot (1984) and A History of the World in 10 1⁄2 Chapters (1989), but also from witty essays to deeply touching short stories. The responses of readers and critics have likewise varied, from enthusiasm to scepticism, as the substantial volume of critical analysis demonstrates. This Readers' Guide provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of the essential criticism on Barnes's work, drawing from a selection of reviews, interviews, essays and books. Through the presentation and assessment of key critical interpretations, Vanessa Guignery provides the most wide-ranging examination of his fiction and non-fiction so far, considering key issues such as his use of language, his treatment of history, obsession, love, and the relationship between fact and fiction. Covering all of the novels to date, from Metroland (1981) to Arthur and George (2005), this is an invaluable introduction to the work of one of Britain's most exciting and popular contemporary writers.
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Michel Foucault

Author : Barry Smart
ISBN : 0415088879
Genre : Foucault, Michel
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Ma Muse S Amuse

Author : CLAIRE LYS ROUSSET LYS
ISBN : 9781291300680
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