This book explores why these ideas can be problematic, paying attention to both theoretical debates and institutional practices. Part 1 outlines the complexities and coherent features of philological scholarship. The book also explores the ways women writers of color have created their own ethnopoetics within the arena of literary and cultural theory, helping to redefine the nature of theory itself. The first half of the book focuses on the conceptual aspect of such politics with regard to the humanities generally. My research interests are divided between modern and contemporary literature in English, cultural studies and political philosophy.
This book examines the institutionalization of social constructionist identity politics in literary studies, considering the role of self-announcements in critical writing, theory textbooks, and notions of canonicity. The idea here is to examine how certain literary texts appeared within and 'spoke' to a specific socio-political context, not merely to reckon with that context but to understand the condition of contemporary literature generally. Description: 1 online resource vi, 259 pages Contents: pt. English Studies on This Side: Post-2007 Reckonings pp. This is a wide-ranging, intelligent and politically-engaged study that refocuses our attention on exactly what it is we do, and should be doing, when we study literature and culture. The 2nd edition also contains extensive new material which comments on the later books and examines the impact of the phenomenon across the world. The E-mail message field is required.
Analogues and equivalences -- 5. With the economics of globalization at the core, the essays chart the contents and discontents of globalization in India. The E-mail message field is required. Gupta also examines the institutionalization of social constructionist identity politics in literary studies, considering the role of self-announcements in critical writing, theory textbooks, and notions of canonicity. I have delivered over 50 keynote and open lectures in twelve countries. Some of the ways in which this slippage is now being addressed, and may be taken forward, are indicated.
One of these is self-announcements in literary critical texts, which present self-aware reflections on institutional practice. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. This book equips readers with the necessary tools to take an analytical and systematic approach to contemporary texts. Self-awareness in literary studies has two directions which usefully obtrude upon and refine each other. In particular, the logic of embodiment, the nuances of institutionalization, and recent developments in this area are discussed. Gupta examines the institutionalization of social constructionist identity politics in literary studies, considering the notions of canonicity. Globalizing Literary Genres: Literature, History, Modernity.
Is it possible to have a canon of contemporary literature? He is also at present Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, and is currently coordinating an international collaborative project on English Studies in Non-Anglophone Contexts. It engages with the manner in which globalization is thematized in literary works; examines the relationship between globalization theory and literary theory; and discusses the impact of globalization processes on the production and reception of literary texts. Please click button to get social constructionist identity politics and literary studies book now. This book equips readers with the necessary tools to take an analytical and systematic approach to contemporary texts. Globalization in India: Contents and Discontents pp.
Daniel House Book 1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide One focus of educational measurement has been the examination of the relationship between students' entering academic characteristics and their subsequent achievement outcomes. Bookmark Author Subjects ; ; Summary In this fascinating interdisciplinary study, Suman Gupta argues that while it is widely accepted that essentialist ideas of identity are politically dangerous, certain social constructionist accounts of identity have now come to enjoy extraordinary currency. In this way, the definition of cultural capital becomes the primary terrain of political struggle in the university, and outlines the very conditions of possibility for political work within the academy. The first half of the book focuses on the conceptual aspect of such politics with regard to the humanities generally. In: Social Constructionist Identity Politics and Literary Studies.
So, beyond those textual traces that the previous three chapters are devoted to there is this larger field of everyday institutional expressions, and it may be expected that just as identity politics is entrenched within and structures the disposition of textualized expressions of literary studies, it is so too for untextualized expressions. He has published seven single-authored and five co-edited books. This book provides an in-depth survey of such texts to examine what they reveal about the condition of literature. He is the author of nine books, including recently Social Constructionist Identity Politics and Literary Studies 2006 and Literature and Globalization 2008 , and editor of six books, recently The Cultural Discourses of Economic Migration with Tope Omoniyi, 2007. The Handbook to Literary Research pp.
. It is thought-provoking, full of insight and most cogent, and well worth recommending to everyone seriously interested in this area. Contains 3 tables and 36 references. Bownas argues that Hardy takes up ideas of the primitive and civilized that were central to Western thought in the nineteenth century, contesting this opposition and highlighting the effect outsiders have on so-called 'primitive' communities. Theory textbooks and canons -- 9.
The Stone Art Theory Institutes 1 pp. Mark Chiang argues that the fundamental precondition of institutionalization within the university is the production of cultural capital, and that in the case of Asian American Studies as well as other fields of minority studies , the accumulation of cultural capital has come primarily from the conversion of political capital. Recent books include: The Theory and Reality of Democracy: A Case Study in Iraq 2006 ; Social Constructionist Identity Politics and Literary Studies 2007 ; Globalization and Literature 2009 ; Imagining Iraq: English Literature and the Invasion of Iraq 2011 ; Contemporary Literature: The Basics 2012 ; Consumable Texts in Contemporary India 2015 ; Philology and Global English Studies 2015 ; Reconsidering English Studies in India 2015, co-authored with Allen, Chattarji and Chaudhuri. Suman Gupta is Professor of Literature and Cultural History at the Open University. Gupta also examines the institutionalization of social constructionist identity politics in literary studies, considering the role of self-announcements in critical writing, theory textbooks, and notions of canonicity. Identity politics at work -- 6.
Gre scores were found to be significant predictors of subsequent grade performance for students in several academic disciplines. How do print, electronic, and audio-visual media impact upon contemporary literature? The book features four new chapters which move beyond the text-to-world method of the first edition to assume a world-to-text method, with the complete series of novels in view. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature pp. English Studies On This Side: Post-2007 Reckonings Plovdiv: University of Plovdiv Press, 2010. These appear, I had suggested, in the register appropriate to peers in conversation or masters talking among themselves.