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The Routledge auto biography studies reader

Author: Ricia Anne Chansky; Emily Hipchen
Publisher: London : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
Series: Routledge literature readers.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ricia Anne Chansky; Emily Hipchen
ISBN: 9781138904767 1138904767 9781138904781 1138904783
OCLC Number: 911594647
Description: xxii, 351 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Foundations --
Introduction / Ricia Anne Chansky --
1. Autobiography and the Cultural Moment: A Thematic, Historical, and Bibliographical Introduction / James Olney --
2. Conception and Origin of Autobiography / Georg Misch --
3. Conditions and Limits of Autobiography / Georges Gusdorf --
4. Autobiography as De-facement / Paul de Man --
5. The Autobiographical Pact / Philippe Lejeune --
6. Design and Lie in Modern American Autobiography / Timothy Dow Adams --
7. Is There a Canon of Autobiography? / Eugene Stelzig --
8. Reflections of a Reluctant Anthologist / Arnold Krupat --
9. Forgotten Voices of Afro-American Autobiography, 1865-1930 / William L. Andrews --
10. Between Lines: Constructing the Political Self / Magdalena Maíz Peña and Luis H. Peña --
11. The Impact of Critical Theory on the Study of Autobiography: Marginality, Gender, and Autobiographical Practice / Sidonie Smith --
12. Whose Life Is It Anyway? Out of the Bathtub and into the Narrative / Marlene Kadar --
13. Autopathography: Women, Illness, and Life-writing / G. Thomas Couser --
14. Biography and Autobiography: Intermixing the Genres / Lois W. Banner --
15. Ordering the Family: Genealogy as Autobiographical Pedigree / Julia Watson --
Part 2: Transformations --Transformations Introduction / Ricia Anne Chansky --
16. Kathie Lee Gifford and the Commodification of Autobiography / Martin Danahay --
17. Transforming the Tale: The Auto/body/ographies of Nancy Mairs / Susannah B. Mintz --
18. Memorializing Memory: Marlon Riggs and Life Writing in Tongues Untied and Black Is Black Ain't / Harvey Young --
19. Telling Tales: Brandon Teena, Billy Tipton, and Transgender Biography / Jack/Judith Halberstam --
20. Limit-Cases: Trauma, Self-Representation, and the Jurisdictions of Identity, / Leigh Gilmore --
21. Authoring Ethnicized Subjects: Rigoberta Menchú and the Performative Production of the Subaltern Self / Arturo Arias --
22. Recasting Indigenous Lives along the Lines of Western Desire: Editing, Autobiography, and the Colonizing Project / Alison Ravenscroft --
23. Constructing Female Subjects in the Archive: A Reading of Three Versions of One Woman's Subjectivity / Helen M. Buss --
24. Out of Place: Extraterritorial Existence and Autobiography / Alfred Hornung --
25. The Incomplete Return / Isabelle de Courtivron --
26. Letters as/not a Genre / Margaretta Jolly and Liz Stanley --
27. Are Memoirs Autobiography? A Consideration of Genre and Public Identity / Julie Rak --
28. Autographics: The Seeing "I" of the Comics / Gillian Whitlock --
29. What Are We Reading When We Read Autobiography? / Paul John Eakin --
Part 3: Futures --
30. Autobiography and the Limits of Moral Criticism / Charles Altieri --
Part 3: Futures --
31. Family Matters / Henry Louis Gates, Jr.--
32. Living Autoethnography: Connecting Life and Research / Faith Wambura Ngunjiri, Kathy-Ann C. Hernandez, and Heewon Chang --
33. Cultural Ecology, Literature, and Life Writing / Hubert Zapf --
34. His Master's Voice: Animalographies, Life Writing, and the Posthuman / Cynthia Huff and Joel Haefner --
35. Engendering an Alternative Approach to Otherness in African Women's Autobiography / Folasade Hunsu --
36. Subjects in the Margins / Leonor Arfuch --
37. Memoirs of Return: Saidiya Hartman, Eva Hoffman, and Daniel Mendelsohn in Conversation / Nancy K. Miller --
38. The Generation of Postmemory / Marianne Hirsch --
39. Comics Form and Narrating Lives / Hillary Chute --
40. Digital Biography: Capturing Lives Online / Paul Longley Arthur --
41. Celebrity Bio Blogs: Hagiography, Pathography, and Perez Hilton / Elizabeth Podnieks --
42. Cyberrace / Lisa Nakamura --
43. Faith, Doubt, and Textual Identity / Susanna Egan --
44. Making the Case for Self-narration Against Autofiction / Arnaud Schmitt --
45. Genetic Studies of Life Writing / Philippe Lejeune.
Series Title: Routledge literature readers.
Other Titles: Routledge autobiography studies reader
Responsibility: edited by Ricia Anne Chansky and Emily Hipchen.
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