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Europe and its others

Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature (1984 University of Essex)

Europe and its others

proceedings of the Essex Conferenceon the Sociology of Literature, July 1984

by Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature (1984 University of Essex)

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Published by University of Essex in Colchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Francis Barker ... [et al.]. Vol.1.
ContributionsBarker, Francis, 1952-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14334602M

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Europe and its others book volume presents selected proceedings of a conference on ‘Europe and its Others’ held at St Andrews University in It seeks to explore the collective and cultural persona implied by Europe’s richly diverse gaze upon, and dealings with, non-Europeans, encountered or represented in the course of travel, trade, conquest or cultural exchange – and their gaze-in-return questioning Author: Paul Gifford.

This volume presents selected proceedings of a conference on 'Europe and its Others' held at St Andrews University in It seeks to explore the collective and cultural persona implied by Europe's richly diverse gaze upon, and dealings with, non-Europeans, encountered or represented in the course of travel, trade, conquest or cultural exchange - and their gaze-in-return questioning 'Europe'.

European Others is a ground-breaking study, a theoretical adventure, and a major contribution to the literature on European racisms, queer diaspora, immigration, queer subcultures, and queer of color critique. No other scholar, to put it plainly, has worked on these materials in this way; no other scholar has managed to launch the critique of European nationalisms from the vantage point of.

This volume presents selected proceedings of a conference on ‘Europe and its Others’ held at St Andrews University in It seeks to explore the collective and cultural persona implied by Europe’s richly diverse gaze upon, and dealings with, non-Europeans, encountered or represented in the course of travel, trade, conquest or cultural exchange – and their gaze-in-return questioning.

Her most recent book is Love and the Idea of Europe () and she has started a study on the connections between memory, visuality, and new forms of European identity. Among her previous books are Europe in Love, Love in Europe: Imagination and Politics between the Wars () and Memory and Utopia: The Primacy of Inter subjectivity ().Cited by: 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The essays represent a selection of papers delivered at an international conference held under the title 'Europe and its Others: Interperceptions, Past, Present, Future', at St Andrews University in Juneunder the aegis of the Institute for European Cultural Identity Studies"--Introduction.

Europe and Its Others Boris Groys. In recent years we have been hearing European politicians say over and over that Europe is not just a community of economically defined interests but something more—namely, a champion of certain cultural values that should be asserted and defended.

The issue of Europe is closely related in the book to more general issues concerning the cultural construction of community. The book should therefore be seen as the companion of Myth and Memory in the Construction of Community, which is also published by PIE-Peter Lang in the series Multiple Europes.

Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings History Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Europe, its borders, and the others. Napoli: Edizioni scientifiche italiane,   This volume presents selected proceedings of a conference on 'Europe and its Others' held at St Andrews University in It seeks to explore the collective and cultural persona implied by Europe's richly diverse gaze upon, and dealings with, non-Europeans, encountered or represented in the course of travel, trade, conquest or cultural exchange - and their gaze-in-return questioning 'Europe'.

Europe requires determination and commitment, its a huge book, small font, full pages top to bottom side to side. Second thing is how valuable a book it is, Davies gives a wonderful Macro look over the entirety of Europe as we know it, from the ice age to its publication in the late 90s/5.

Book Review of Europe and Its Others: Notes on the Balkans, edited by Božidar Jezernik, Rajko Muršič and Alenka Bartulović. Anthropological Notebooks 25(2):   Buy Europe and Its Others: v. 2 by Francis Barker, etc. from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: (shelved times as european-history) avg rating — 30, ratings — published Want to Read saving.

Europe and its others: proceedings of the Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature, July Colchester: University of Essex. MLA Citation. Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature. and Barker, Francis. Europe and its others: proceedings of the Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature, July / edited by Francis.

This book contributes to the debate on what Europe means by demonstrating the complexities and contradictions inherent in the concept. They are seen most clearly when Europe is viewed from a long historical perspective. During the closing decades of the twentieth century Europe emerged as one of the main points of reference in both the cultural and the political constructs of the global community.

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