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157 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Finding inspiration in the Far East / Yu Liu
  • New perspectives of the Jesuits and science in China, 1600-1800 / Benjamin A. Elman
  • Wisselwerkingen redux / Julie Berger Hochstrasser
  • Body of the Saracen princess in La belle Heĺeǹe de Constantinople / Valentina Jones-Wagner
  • Blurring distinctions / Thomas R. Smith
  • Falun gong / Vaughan McTernan
  • Hmong in transition / Sheila Pinkel
  • Zero and one / Todd Lavin.
This collection of eight essays examines specific cases of contacts between Pacific Rim and western European cultures to explore the phenomena of appropriations, intersections, transculturations, and discrete identities. The exchanges in ideas, religion, and culture resulting from contacts among these areas, whether through actual or virtual travel, indicate mutual affinities and occasionally interdependencies, but also separate and independent identities. Each of these essays concerns the portability, mutability, and adaptability of aspects of the exchange of ideas, and, in nearly all cases here examined, an affirmation of identity on the part of each culture in the exchange. The cases of intersections examined here generally indicate developments of cultures approaching one another and then retrenching.
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171 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction / Katherine M. Faull
  • Retranslations : the creation of value / Lawrence Venuti
  • The wilderness and its voices : translating Schneider's novel Schlafes Bruder / Osman Durrani
  • Translating myth : the task of speaking time and place / Jill Scott
  • Intracultural translations : validating regional identities in nineteenth-century German realism / Arne Koch
  • Sacrificing sense to sound : mimetic translation and feminist writing / Luise von Flotow
  • Names in Annie Proulx's Accordion crimes and Close range : Wyoming stories and their Hebrew translation / Sara Friedman
  • "The task of the translator" in García Márquez's One hundred years of solitude and Brossard's Mauve desert / Monika Giacoppe
  • The death of the authors a.k.a. twilight of the translators / Christi Ann Merrill
  • Contemporary French poetry and translation / Maryann De Julio
  • "Happy Babel?" translation in Europe / Ina Pfitzner.
How we view the foreign, presented either in the interrelated forms of culture, language, or text, determines to a large degree the way in which we translate. This volume of essays examines the cultural politics of translation that have determined the production and dissemination of "the foreign" in domestic cultures as varied as contemporary North America, Europe, and Israel. The essays address from a variety of theoretical perspectives the question posed almost two hundred years ago by the German philosopher Friedrich Schleiermacher of whether the translator should foreignize the domestic or domesticate the foreign.
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157 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction : Freedom's absent horizon in the technological world / David L. Erben
  • cult@edu.com / Mark C. Taylor
  • New media and the natural world : the dialectics of desire / Robert Markley
  • Doing what comes generatively : three eras of representation / J. Yellowlees Douglas
  • "New world" citizenship in the cyberspatial frontier / Catherine Gouge
  • Hegelian Buddhist hypertextual media inhabitation, or criticism in the age of electronic immersion / David Kolb
  • Digital hybridity and the question of aesthetic opposition / Johanna Drucker
  • The Cyborg and the net : figures of the technological subject / Silvio Gaggi
  • Shelf life / Geoffrey Bennington.
Technology continues to transform the world with a process that seems to be constantly accelerating. The struggle to understand the way the "new" computer and communications technologies are transforming the world is many-sided. What the essays collected in this issue of the 'Bucknell Review' attempt is a general cultural approach to the notion of ther being a technological "matrix" in which we all now find ourselves "adrift" and of which our experience is often "dread." "Adrift" and "dread" are not single metaphors in the collection. In order to attempt this interrogation of the technological matrix, the essayists have drawn from a variety of disciplines- literature, philosophy, religion, art, media studies- while retaining the substantial contibutions of previous theorists of technology. The main thrust of this collection is to underscore the vast enrichment given to a study of the "new" technologies when approached from a broad cultural standpoint.
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155 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction : A religious studies approach to religion and the arts / Eric Michael Mazur
  • Religion and the arts / Kathryn McClymond
  • How to read a church / Peter W. Williams
  • Textures of religious life : the vernacular religious art of Sister Ann Ameen / Leonard Norman Primiano
  • "And art shall say, 'Let there be light'" : religious imagery and the nineteenth-century musical imagination / Annie Janeiro Randall
  • Rebuilding Babel : science, fiction, and new divinity / John Ricard
  • "I'd rather light a candle than curse your darkness" : bringing religion to light in Raising Arizona / Eric Michael Mazur
  • The Art of idolatry : violent expressions of the spiritual in contemporary performance art / Dawn Perlmutter
  • Symbolic politics : public funding of the arts / Matthew C. Moen.
This collection explores the relationship between religion and the arts and challenges presumptions held in society about these two fields. Topics covered include church architecture, folk art, nineteenth-century classical music, contemporary fiction, recent film, performance art, and the battles over public funding of the arts.
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175 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Time feels unlocked : romantic history, gender, and a poetics of hysteria in recent Irish poetry / Guinn Batten
  • The return of the fragment : Christabel and the uncanny / Sophie Thomas
  • On her own couch : Keats's wandering psychoanalysis / Joel Faflak
  • Masks of anarchy : Shelley's political poetics / Marc Redfield
  • Strange sun : melancholia in the writing of Thomas Lovell Beddoes / Frances Wilson
  • A woman's desire to be known : expressivity and silence in Corinne / Toril Moi.
An extensive collection of essays on Romantic literature written from a psychoanalytic perspective. With essays on both Continental and British Romantic writers, this volume explores not only the complex operations of gender and subjectivity but also how textual analysis reveals the ways in which the unconsscious of the literary body resists and denies interpretive analysis just as forcefuly as the individual unconscious.
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178 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Caribbean labor, culture, and identity / George Lamming
  • Caribbean identity and belonging / Richard Allsopp
  • Calypso and Caribbean identity / Gordon Rohlehr
  • "Pleasures" of exile in selected West Indian writing since 1987 / Evelyn O'Callaghan
  • Transitional identities : Haiti, the Caribbean, and the "Black Atlantic" / Eddy Souffrant
  • Mirage in the mirror : album cover imagery in Caribbean music / Mike Alleyne
  • Project of becoming for Marlene Nourbese-Philip and Erna Brodber / Patricia Saunders
  • Struggling with a structure : narrating gender and agency across discursive boundaries / Glyne Griffith.
Essays examine the construction of cultural identities in the English-speaking Caribbean.
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206 p. ; 24 cm.
  • The point of desire and death : reading the maids in Lorca / Miriam Balboa Echeverría
  • Embroiderers of freedom and desire in Lorca's poetry and theater / Manuel Delgado Morales
  • If the shoe fits : Buñuel, Almodóvar and the modernist-postmodernist question / Sidney Donnell
  • 1918, García Lorca at the crossroads / Luis Fernández Cifuentes
  • Tópicos sublimados : Lorca's female iconographies in "Eros con bastón" / Candelas Gala
  • Luis Buñuel as intertext in the narrative prose of Juan Goytisolo / Virginia Higginbotham
  • Romanticism, transcendence and modernity in Lorca's Libro de poemas, or the adventures of a snail / Michael Iarocci
  • Missing in action : invisible males in La casa de Bernarda Alba / Robert Lima
  • Shall the circle be unbroken? : verbal and visual poetry in Lorca, Buñuel and Dalí / Antonio Monegal
  • The image in a fatal kiss : Dalí, Lacan and the paranoiac representation / Pithhamber R. Polsani
  • Federico García Lorca's Andalusia in light of Oswald Spengler's theory of Magian cultures / Alice J. Poust
  • Lorca beside Artaud : parallel developments of a modernist mise-en-scène / C. Christopher Soufas, Jr.
This volume of essays commemorates and celebrates the creative works of Frederico Garcia Lorca, Salvador Dali, and Luis Bunel, three contemporaries and friends. The essays suggest that the artistic creations of Lorca, Dali, and Bunel feature theoretical ideas on (their) contemporary art in general, as well as on the particualr art form cultivated by each- ideas that help us to better understand their work as it relates to a wide rane of aesthetic theories.
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Book
194 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Underground notes : Dostoevsky, Bakhtin, and the African American confessional novel / Dale E. Peterson
  • Cultural emancipation and the novelistic : Trubetzkoy, Savitsky, Bakhtin / Galin Tihanov
  • Heroic poetry in a novelized age : epic and empire in nineteenth-century Britain / Simon Dentith
  • Epic, nation, and empire : notes toward a Bakhtinian critique / Colin Graham
  • "In the mouths of the tribe" : Omeros and the heteroglossic nation / Mara Scanlon
  • Bakhtin : uttering the "(into)nation" of the nation/people / E. San Juan Jr.
  • Scriptible voice and the space of silence : Assia Djebar's Algeria / Peter Hitchcock
  • Silence, censorship, and the voices of Skaz in the fiction of James Kelman / J.C. Bittenbender
  • Chronotopes of an impossible nationhood / Anthony Wall
  • National allegory or carnivalesque heteroglossia? Midnight's children's narration of Indian national identity / Robert Bennett.
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10. Ideas on liberty [2000 - 2003]

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3 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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Book
191 p. ; 24 cm.
  • "Not by politics alone" : gender and environmental justice in Karen Tei Yamashita's Tropic of Cancer / Julie Sze
  • A saintly reading of nature's text : Alice Walker's Meridian / Charlotte Zoë Walker
  • Intersections of nature and the self in Chicana writing / Benay Blend
  • Land and Hawaiian identity : literary activism in Kiana Davenport's Shark dialogues / Mayumi Toyosato
  • Strategies for a cross-cultural ecofeminist ethics : interrogating tradition, preserving nature / Greta Gaard
  • The birth of a batterer : Isaac Babel's "My first goose" / Steven G. Kellman
  • The pastoral rapture of Eula in The Hamlet / Janice C. Crosby
  • Persephone's daughters : Jane Smiley's A thousand acres and classic myth / Glynis Carr
  • Writing the real : Virginia Woolf and an ecology of language / L. Elizabeth Waller
  • "The road of ice" : motion, language, and silence in Marianne Moore / Carol H. Cantrell
  • Ecocritical uses of the erotic / Catrin Gersdorf.
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312 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Hyllus' coming of age in Sophocles' Trachiniae / Dora C. Pozzi
  • Euripides' Hippolytus and the trials of manhood (the ephebia?) / Robin Mitchell-Boyask
  • Euripides' Ion / Charles Segal
  • The violence of community / Barbara Goff
  • Io in the Prometheus bound / Phyllis B. Katz
  • Antigone's unnoticed rite of passage / Wm. Blake Tyrrell
  • Euripides' Helen and female rites of passage / Bella Zweig
  • Transvestite Dionysos / Jan N. Bremmer
  • The Choes and Anthesteria reconsidered / Greta L. Ham
  • Fluctuating meanings / Ken Dowden
  • Solon on the beach / David D. Leitao
  • Indigenous and modern perspectives on tribal initiation rites / Claude Calame.
This volume reflects on liminality as it relates to initiatory themes in Greek literature and on literary works, especially tragedy, that represent heroes and heroines undergoing rites of passage. Featured works include Aeschylus's Prometheus Bound, Euripides' Ion and Iphigenia in Tauris, and Sophocles' Antigone and Women of Trachis.
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135 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Harold Schweizer
  • The suffering of Tiresias in Greek tragedy / M.A.R. Habib
  • "Let me be the calm you seek" : imagination as (safe)house in Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey" / Anna Foca
  • Sketch of Proustian morality : "when the will would fling the reins into the hands of imperious circumstance ..." / Angela Cozea
  • Poetry and Holocaust : Benjamin Fondane, Rachel Ertel, and Edmond Jabès / Armelle Chitrit
  • Oblivion and memory in Paul Celan / Bruce Lawder
  • The third retelling of A11380 : fatal strategies of transformative image/texts / James R. Watson
  • What are poets for-- in Austria-- "after Auschwitz"? / Erik Vogt
  • Mourning, melancholia, music : a historiography / Harold Schweizer
  • To end the glorification of suffering / Catherine Mavrikakis.
These essays examine the relationship between history and suffering, and ask what forms of narrative could articulate such a relationship. They refer to writers from Sophocles to Celan, from Wordsworth to Thomas Bernhard and from Proust to Benjamin Fondane.
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157 p. ; 24 cm.
  • History between text and world / Greg Clingham
  • Canonical Ossian / Martin Wechselblatt
  • Chatterton, Ackroyd and the fiction of eighteenth-century historiography / Greg Clingham
  • "By-stander often sees more of the game than those who play" : Ann Yearsley reads The castle of Otranto / Madeleine Kahn
  • History as "retro" : veiling inheritance in Lennox's The female Quixote / Erin F. Labbie
  • Sexuality on the surface : Catholicism and the erotic object in Lewis's The monk / Lisa Naomi Mulman
  • Violence against difference : Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Robinson / Adriana Craciun
  • Forbidden knowledge : intertextual discovery and imitation in the French Revolution / Steven Blakemore.
Essays on the intertextual relationships between postmodernism and the eighteenth century.
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196 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Fictions of Enlightenment : Sontag, Süskind, Norfolk, Kurtzweil / Julie C. Hayes
  • Between Calvin and Calvino : postmodernism and Bunyan's The pilgrim's progress / Allen Michie
  • Winterson's fiction and Enlightenment historiography / Greg Clingham
  • "To invent in art and folly" : postmodernism and Walpole's Castle of Otranto / Lee Morrissey
  • History of "the moving image" : rethinking movement in the Eighteenth-century print tradition and the early years of photography and film / Philip E. Baruth, Nancy M. West
  • Singing the imperial blues : the Scriblerians after Wole Soyinka / Clement Hawes
  • "Almost an Englishman" : Olaudah Equiano and the colonial gift of language / William Mottolese
  • Herder and the postcolonial reconfiguring of the Enlightenment / Bob Chase.
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147 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Cornelia A. Tsakiridou
  • Cocteau on video : this tape could be hazardous to your health / Neal Oxenhandler
  • Jean Cocteau : the difficulty of being Orpheus / Walter A. Strauss
  • Cinematic magic of Jean Cocteau / Annette Shandler Levitt
  • Jean Cocteau : word and image / Wilfried Ver Eecke
  • Classical Cocteau / Cornelia A. Tsakiridou
  • Orpheus : the absence of myth in Cocteau / John Carvalho
  • Jean Cocteau : a cinema of Baroque unease / Naomi Greene.
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157 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Co(s)mic conquest in Sabina Berman's Aguila o sol / Priscilla Meléndez
  • Myth and metatheatre : Magaña's Malinche and Medea / Sandra M. Cypess
  • Theatre, women, and Mexican society : a few exemplary cases / Kirsten F. Nigro
  • Bad girls and good boys in Mexican theatre in the 1990s / Ronald D. Burgess
  • Rewriting the classics : Antígona furiosa and the Madres de la plaza de Mayo / Diana Taylor
  • Theatre of Roberto Cossa : a world of broken dreams / George Woodyard
  • Metatheatre and parody in the generation of 1924 : the cases of Arlt and Villaurrutia / Peter Roster
  • Comedy revisited : from 'Rosalba y los Llaveros' to 'Rosa de dos aromas' / Jacqueline E. Bixler
  • Tragedy and marginality in José Triana's Medea en el espejo / William García.
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183 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: John Kronik, self-conscious art, and the mainstream of (Hispani criticism / Andrew P. Debicki, Susan L. Fischer -- Rewriting Unamuno rewriti Gald os / H.L. Boudreau -- Playing with Unamunian paper birds / Nancy Newton "Self"-consciousness in Rosa Chacel and Mar ia Zambrano / Roberta Johnson -- Self-reflexive fiction and the discourses of gender in Carmen de Burgos / Maryellen Bieder -- Self-conscious narration and Christian discourse in Goytisolo and Fuentes / Robert C. Spires -- Page-gazing through subversive staging: Calder on and "L'Illusion cin ematographique" / Susan L. Fischer -- "Yo el soneto": Cervantes's poetics of The cenotaph / Mary Malcolm Gaylord - From the transcendental to the supernatural: Kant and the doctors / Marshall Brown -- Murderous games: the self-conscious art of the comedy thriller / Marvin Carlson.
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231 p. : ill., music, ports. ; 25 cm.
  • La Monte and Marian, 1967 / Terry Riley
  • Who is La Monte Young? / John Schaefer
  • La Monte Young in New York, 1960-62 / Henry Flynt
  • The trinity of eternal music / Terry Riley
  • The lightworks of Marian Zazeela / Henry Flynt
  • Language and light in Marian Zazeela's art / Catherine Christer Hennix
  • Zephyrs : some correspondences between Bai Juyi's Qin and La Monte Yount's Composition 1960 #5 / Mitchell Clark
  • The outer edge of consonance : snapshots from the evolution of La Monte Young's tuning installations / Kyle Gann
  • Pure resonance / Ben Neill
  • La Monte Young and The forever Bad Blues Band / Robert Palmer
  • Time light symmetry / Marian Zazella
  • The romatic symmetry : (over a 60 cycle base) : from The symmetries in prime time from 144 to 112 with 119 (89 I 30 (NYC) / La Monte Young
  • Continuous sound and light environments / La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela
  • words not words / Marian Zazeela.
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241 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Faith and imagination : Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf's anti-Enlightenment philosophy of self / Katherine M. Faull
  • A rigid issue : Lichtenberg versus Lavater / Charlotte M. Craig
  • The Grimm Brothers and the art of collecting : collecting as a response to the trauma of modernity / Anne Leblans
  • The search for women's experience of pregnancy and birth : eighteenth-century accounts / Ruth P. Dawson
  • Staël on the anthropology of the Enlightenment : "a game for thee, but death for me" / Ruth Drucilla Richardson
  • "The world is the book of woman" : gender, knowledge, and education in the eighteenth century / Elisabeth Poeter
  • Oriental despotism and despotic orientalisms / Dorothy M. Figueira
  • The color of reason : the idea of "race" in Kant's anthropology / Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze.
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