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Edward Said

Author: Edward Wadie Said; Patrick Williams
Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 2001.
Series: Sage masters of modern social thought.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Edward Said was arguably the most important recent scholar examining society, politics and culture. A Palestinian-American, his life has been shaped by the cross-currents of race, globalization and  Read more...

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Named Person: Edward W Said; Edward W Said; Edward W Said; Edward W Said; Edward W Said; Edward Wadie Said
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Wadie Said; Patrick Williams
ISBN: 0761970541 9780761970545
OCLC Number: 491811189
Notes: Collection de 80 articles et essais publiés entre 1976-2000.
Description: 4 volumes : portrs. ; 25 cm.
Contents: V.I. pt. 1. Intellectuals and critics: positions and polemics. Interview with Edward W. Said --
Politics, the profession and the critic --
Intellectuals at war: Michel Foucault and the analytics of power --
The critic as dis/placed intelligence: the case of Edward Said --
Orientalism and after: ambivalence and metropolitan location in the work of Edward Said --
The national question: Said, Ahmad, Jameson --
News from nowhere: the discontents of Aijaz Ahmad --
The East is a career --
The Palestinian intellectual and the liberation of the academy --
Worldliness-without-world, homelessness-as-home: toward a definition of the specular border intellectual --
The Intifada of the intellectuals: an ecumenical perspective on the Walzer-Said exchange --
Edward W. Said and the American public sphere: speaking truth to power --
Conversation with Edward Said --
Edward Said, late style and the aesthetic of exile --
'What truth? For whom and where?' --
Nothing in the post? --
Said and the problem of post-colonial intellectuals. pt. 2. Versions of orientalism. Orientalism and the study of Japan --
Orientalism and its problems. v. II. pt. 2. (continued) Versions of orientalism. The challenge of Orientalism --
On Orientalism --
The prisonhouse of orientalism --
After orientalism: culture, criticism and politics in the Thrid World --
Techno-Orientalism: futures, foreigners and phobias --
Under the sign of orientalism: the West vs. Islam --
Barthes and orientalism --
The sultan and the slave: feminist orientalism and the structure of Jane Eyre --
Looking the same? A preliminary (postcolonial) discussion of orientalism and occidentalism in Australia and Japan --
Acting out orientalism: Sapphic theatricality in turn-of-the-century Paris --
Vacation cruises; or the homoerotics of orientalism --
Orientalism now --
Chinese history and the question of orientalism --
Feminism, imperialism and orientalism: the challenge of the 'Indian woman' --
Orientalism: from unveiling to hyperveiling --
The illusion of a future: Orientalism as traveling theory. pt. 3. Cultural forms, disciplinary boundaries. Overlapping territories and intertwined histories: Edward Said's postcolonial cosmopolitanism --
Presence and representation: the Other and anthropological writing --
Orientalism and the ethnographer: Said, Herodotus and the discourse of alterity --
The mightier pen: the double standards of inside-out colonialism. V. III. pt. 3. (continued) Cultural forms, disciplinary boundaries. The ethics of Mansfield Park: MacIntyre, Said and social context --
Jane Austen and Edward Said: gender, culture and imperialism --
Edward Said's Culture and Imperialism --
Nationalism and exoticism: nineteenth-century Others in Flaubert's Salammbo and L'Education sentimentale --
Representing empire: class, culture and the popular theatre in the nineteenth century --
Narrating imperialism: Nostrumo's Dystopia --
East is East and South is South: postcolonialism as neo-orientalism, the cases of Sarojini Naidu and Arundhati Roy --
Edward Said and the historians --
Orientalism and world history: representing Middel Eastern nationalism and Islamism in the twentieth century --
Displacing limits of difference: gender, race and colonialism in Edward Said and Homi Bhabha's theoretical models and Marguerite Duras' experimental films --
The family romance of orientalism: from Madame Butterfly to Indochine --
Language and war: orientalism in the "Mother of all battles" --
The matter of language --
Said as music critic --
The sublime lyrical abstractions of Edward W. Said --
Orientalism and musical style --
In responses begins responsibility: music and emotion --
Beyond occidentalism: toward nonimperial geohistorical categories --
Multiculturalism, geography, postcolonial theory. pt. 4. Theory and politics. Criticism as cultural politics --
Scriptive fate/scriptive hope --
Difference, discrimination and the discourse of colonialism. v. IV. pt. 4 (continued) Theory and politics. criticism worldly and otherworldly: Edward W. Said and the cult of theory --
Theorizing opposition: Aristotle, Greimas, Jameson and Said --
The genealogy of justice and the justice of genealogy: Chomsky and Said vs. Foucault and Bové --
Play and cultural differences --
Hope and reconciliation --
Translating theories: Edward Said on orientalism, imperialism and alterity --
Third worldist relativism: a new form of imperialism --
The politics of nonidentity: Adorno, postmodernism --
and Edward Said --
Culture and colonization: the imperial imperatives of the centered circle --
Postcolonial theory in the literature classroom: contrapuntal readings --
Auerbach in Istanbul: Edward Said, secular criticism, and the question of minority culture --
Humanism in question: Fanon and Said --
Palestine: betrayal of history --
Disinformation and the Palestine question: the not-so-strange case of Joan Peters' From time immemorial --
Broadcasts --
White skin, Black masks: Jews and Jewishness in the writings of George Eliot and Frantz Fanon --
Antinomies of exile: Said at the frontiers of national narrations --
A question of survival: nations and psychic states.
Series Title: Sage masters of modern social thought.
Responsibility: edited by Patrick Williams.
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