derrierloisirs.fr
» » On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing (Comparative Cultural Studies)

Download On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing (Comparative Cultural Studies) ePub

by Paolo Bartoloni

Download On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing (Comparative Cultural Studies) ePub
  • ISBN 1557533687
  • ISBN13 978-1557533685
  • Language English
  • Author Paolo Bartoloni
  • Publisher Purdue University Press (June 1, 2008)
  • Pages 228
  • Formats lrf azw mobi mbr
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1310 kb
  • Size Fb2 1515 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 176

The hypothesis of Paolo Bartoloni's book is based on the belief that a substantial and innovative discussion of the philosophical notions of immanence and potentiality is not only overdue but also necessary to address the social, political, cultural, and ethical aporia confronting us today. The phenomenon of globalization with its countless sub-narratives such as mobility, migration, security, authenticity, and inauthenticity can be thought and contextualized through a close reading and articulation of immanence and potentiality. The author provides a tangible and workable philosophical and cultural discourse within which to present an alternative understanding of subjectivity by engaging in a theoretical discussion with the philosophical discourse on potentiality and immanence, of which the writings of Gilles Deleuze and Giorgio Agamben are among the most advanced and innovative examples to date. Secondly, Bartoloni presents a virtual insight into the potential immanent subject and community through exploring a radically new interpretation of exile, translation, and temporality. Finally, the author shows how the experience of potentiality and immanence, and their ontological statuses have been explored and realized in literature through a close reading and articulation of a series of selected texts, especially works by Giorgio Caproni and Maurice Blanchot. The methodology of the study is interdisciplinary, ranging across literary theory, postmodern cultural analysis, hermeneutics, and comparative culture analysis.

PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Nicoletta Pireddu and others published Paolo Bartoloni, On the .

The purpose of this collection of essays is to address critical literary and cultural issues by engaging with theoretical concepts and methodologies beyond canonical schools of thought or ideologie s. What is truly new in theory? Is theory really dead? What is at stake in this declaration?

Start by marking On the Cultures of Exile, Translation .

Start by marking On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The hypothesis of Paolo Bartoloni's book is based on the belief that a substantial and innovative discussion of the philosophical notions of immanence and potentiality is not only overdue but also necessary to address the social, political, cultural, and ethical aporia confronting us today.

Series: Comparative Cultural Studies. Published by: Purdue University Press. eISBN: 978-1-61249-027-4.

The hypothesis of Paolo Bartoloni's book is based on the belief that a substantial and innovative discussion of the philosophical notions of immanence and potentiality is not only overdue but also necessary to address the social, political, cultural, and ethical aporia confronting us today. The phenomenon of globalisation with its countless sub-narratives such as mobility, migration, security, authenticity, and inauthenticity can be thought and contextualised through a close reading and articulation of immanence and potentiality.

On The Cultures of Exile, Translation, and Writing. Modernist Futures, Paolo Bartoloni (2019) A reflection on the legacy of modernist writing, especially in relation to sustainability and issues of style

On The Cultures of Exile, Translation, and Writing. Bartoloni, P. (2008) On The Cultures of Exile, Translation, and Writing. Purdue University Press. 'Comparative Cultural Studies and Translation Studies' Paolo Bartoloni (2013) 'Comparative Cultural Studies and Translation Studies' In: Companion to Comparative Literature, World Literature, and Comparative Cultural Studies. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India. Modernist Futures, Paolo Bartoloni (2019) A reflection on the legacy of modernist writing, especially in relation to sustainability and issues of style. Reference to Svevo's Zeno's Conscience and Robert Musil The Man Without Qualities.

The hypothesis of Paolo Bartoloni's book is based on the belief that a substantial and innovative discussion . Secondly, Bartoloni presents a virtual insight into the potential immanent subject and community through exploring a radically new interpretation of exile, translation, and temporality.

Abstract: In his article Comparative Cultural Studies and Translation Studies Paolo Bartoloni discusses the interstitial space of translation by drawing on literary and philosophical preoccupations, especially Giorgio Agamben's notion of potentiality

Abstract: In his article Comparative Cultural Studies and Translation Studies Paolo Bartoloni discusses the interstitial space of translation by drawing on literary and philosophical preoccupations, especially Giorgio Agamben's notion of potentiality.

General Literary Criticism Books. Comparative Cultural Studies. On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing. Walmart 9781557533685. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Paolo Bartoloni is Established Professor of Italian at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He is the author of Sapere di scrivere. Svevo e gli ordigni di La coscienza di Zeno (2015); On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing (2008); and Interstitial Writing: Calvino, Caproni, Sereni and Svevo (2003).

Related to On the Cultures of Exile, Translation and Writing (Comparative Cultural Studies)