Materializing Bakhtin - The Bakhtin Circle and Social Theory

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This volume brings together nine essays by established and new scholars from Russia, Britain and North America to explore the historical contexts and current relevance of the work of the Bakhtin Circle for social theory, philosophy, history and linguistics.

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Illustrations Note:
VIII, 207 p.
Table of Contents:
Abbreviations of Works by Bakhtin and Voloshinov Notes on the Contributors Introduction: Appropriation in History The World According to Globalisation and Bakhtin; P.Hitchcock Bakhtin's Dialogism Reconsidered Through Hegel's 'Monologism': the Dialectical Foundation of Aesthetics and Ideology in Contemporary Human Sciences; J.F. Côté Culture, Form, Life: The Early Lukács and the Early Bakhtin; G.Tihanov Bakhtin, Marxism and Russian Populism; C.Brandist Memories of Nature in Bakhtin and Benjamin; B.Sandywell 'A Very Understandable Horror of Dialectics': Bakhtin and Marxist Phenomenology; M.Gardiner Looking Back on the Subject: Mead and Bakhtin on Reflexivity and the Political; G.Nielsen Bakhtin and the Study of Popular Culture: Re-thinking Carnival as a Historical and Analytical Concept; C.Humphrey What is Marxism in Linguistics?; V.M.Alpatov Bibliography Index
Editor:
Brandist, C.;Brandist
Tihanov, G.;Tihanov
Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Biography Artist:
CRAIG BRANDIST is HRB Research Fellow at the Bakhtin Centre and Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies at Sheffield University. He is the author of Carnival Culture and the Soviet Modernist Novel and of numerous articles on the Bakhtin Circle, Russian literature and culture and intellectual history. He is currently working on a translation and critical electronic edition of the works of the Bakhtin Circle and a new critical introduction to their work.
GALIN TIHANOV works in the Department of European Languages and Cultures, Lancaster University. He holds doctorates from Sofia University and the University of Oxford and is the author of two books on Bulgarian literature, articles on comparative literature and the history of ideas, and a forthcoming book on Bakhtin and Lukács.
Language:
English
Edition:
1st ed. 2000
Number of Pages:
207

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
11 February 2000
Package Dimensions:
0.216 x 0.14 x 0.012 m; 0.454 kg
GTIN:
09781349410811
DUIN:
51VLVIG040V
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