By Felipe Cala Buendía
By Felipe Cala Buendía
By John Gaffney,Eva Kolinsky
This publication, initially released in 1991, assesses how attitudes, political orientations and social values replaced in the course of the 5 a long time after the second one international conflict. The case stories within the ebook specialize in key ‘sites’ in political tradition: in France, at the severe correct, the cinema, the effect of media personalities and adjustments of political discourse; in Germany, at the decline of nearby identities, the emergence of particular matters and the fear of political events with the effectiveness of language. This interdisciplinary research offers new insights into the best way French and German humans see themselves.
By Hannah Ewence,Helen Spurling
This quantity explores literary and fabric representations of Jews, Jewishness and Judaism from antiquity to the twenty-first century. collecting prime students from in the box of Jewish experiences, it investigates how the debates surrounding literary and fabric pictures inside of Judaism and in Jewish existence are a part of an on-going technique of photograph administration - the urge to form, direct, authorize and comprise Jewish literary and fabric photos and encounters with these photographs - a technique either consciously and unconsciously undertaken inside of multifarious arenas of Jewish lifestyles from early smooth German lands to past due twentieth-century North London, overdue vintage Byzantium to the curation of latest Holocaust exhibitions.
By Esther N. Goody
By Chloe Nahum-Claudel
In Brazil, the place wooded area meets savanna, new cities, agribusiness and hydroelectricity vegetation shape a patchwork with the indigenous territories of the Enawene-nawe humans. Agricultural paintings, fishing, songs, feasts, and exchanges occupy the Enawene-nawe for 8 months of every 12 months, in the course of a season known as Yankwa. Feasting with Killers specializes in this significant ceremonial cycle to shed new mild on vintage Amazonian issues resembling relatives, extended family, and gender kin, manioc cultivation and food, predatory relatives with non-humans, and the interaction of fable and practice.
By Norman Vasu,Yolanda Chin,Kam-yee Law
Many states within the Asia Pacific area are usually not equipped round a unmarried homogenous humans, yet fairly contain many huge, assorted, diverse nationwide teams. This ebook explores how states within the area try and strengthen commonality and a country and the problems that come up. It discusses the implications which happen while competing narratives conflict, and examines the character of resistance to dominant narratives which come up. It considers the issues in a variety of international locations within the zone together with Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Australia and New Zealand.
By David Lane
The dissolution of the communist method resulted in the production of latest states and the formation of latest thoughts of citizenship within the post-Soviet states of principal and japanese Europe.
The formation of nationwide id additionally happened within the context of the method of accelerating financial and political globalisation, really the widening of the eu Union to incorporate the valuable eu post-socialist and Baltic States. the world over, Russia sought to set up a brand new id both as a ecu or as a Eurasian society and needed to accommodate the pursuits of a much wider Russian Diaspora within the ‘near abroad’.
This book addresses how household elites (regional, political and financial) prompted the formation of nationwide identities and the ways that citizenship has been outlined. A moment part considers the exterior dimensions: the ways that overseas elites prompted both without delay or ultimately the idea that of identification and the interplay with inner elites. The essays examine the position of the ecu Union in trying to shape a eu identity. in addition, the becoming internationalisation of economies (privatisation, financial harmonisation, dependence on exchange) additionally had results at the form of ‘national id’ sought through the hot kingdom states in addition to the defining by way of them of ‘the other’.
The assortment specializes in the interrelations among social id, kingdom and citizenship formation, and the position of elites in defining the content material of options in numerous post-communist societies.
This publication used to be initially released as a unique factor of Europe-Asia Studies.
By Andrew Strathern,Pamela J Stewart
By Leong Yew
This ebook investigates the politics of identification in Asia and explores how varied teams of individuals in and out Asia have tried to narrate to the alterity of the locations and cultures within the sector via quite a few modes (literary and filmic illustration, scholarly wisdom, etc) and at various deadlines. even though coming from diverse views like literary feedback, movie reviews, geography, cultural heritage, and political technological know-how, the members jointly argue that Asian otherness is greater than the dialectical interaction among the Western self and considered one of its many others, and greater than simply the Orientalist discourse writ huge. really, they reveal the lifestyles of a number of degrees of inter-Asian and intercultural touch and cognizance that either subvert up to they consolidate the dominant ‘Western Core-Asian outer edge’ framework that buildings what the mainstream assumes to be wisdom of Asia.
With chapters masking a wealth of subject matters from Korea and its chilly warfare historical past, to Australia's Asian id main issue, this ebook may be of massive curiosity to a person attracted to serious Asian reports, Asian ethnicity, postcolonialism and Asia cultural reports.
Leong Yew is an Assistant Professor within the collage students Programme, nationwide collage of Singapore. he's the writer of The Disjunctive Empire of diplomacy (2003).
By Annie McClanahan
Dead Pledges is the 1st ebook to discover the ways in which U.S. culture—from novels and poems to photojournalism and horror movies—has spoke back to the cave in of the financialized shopper credits financial system in 2008. Connecting debt concept to questions of cultural shape, this e-book argues that artists, filmmakers, and writers have re-imagined what it capacity to owe and to possess in a interval while debt is what makes our monetary lives attainable. Encompassing either well known leisure and avant-garde artwork, the post-crisis productions tested the following support to map the panorama of latest debt: from foreclosures to credits scoring, pupil debt to securitized danger, microeconomic conception to anti-eviction activism. A searing critique of the ideology of debt, Dead Pledges dismantles the discourse of ethical legal responsibility so frequently invoked to make us pay off. Debt isn't any longer a resource of financial credibility, it contends, yet is a process of dispossession that threatens the elemental textile of social life.