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Collini, Stefan 1947-

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Works: 76 works in 500 publications in 6 languages and 9,384 library holdings
Genres: History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Conference papers and proceedings  Interviews (Sound recordings)  Internet videos  Software  Interviews  Study guides 
Roles: Author, Editor, Author of introduction, Other, Compiler, win, în
Classifications: JC585, 323.44
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Publications about Stefan Collini
Publications by Stefan Collini
Most widely held works by Stefan Collini
Interpretation and overinterpretation by Umberto Eco( Book )
57 editions published between 1991 and 2013 in 4 languages and held by 986 libraries worldwide
Umberto Eco, international best-selling novelist and leading literary theorist, here brings together these two roles in a provocative discussion of the vexed question of literary interpretation. The limits of interpretation--what a text can actually be said to mean--are of double interest to a semiotician whose own novels' intriguing complexity has provoked his readers into intense speculation as to their meaning. Eco's illuminating and frequently hilarious discussion
On liberty by John Stuart Mill( Book )
30 editions published between 1989 and 2013 in English and held by 746 libraries worldwide
Author seeks to explicate how we can distinguish cases ofthe legitimate imposition of democratic authority from cases of noxious intolerance of minority rights
That noble science of politics : a study in nineteenth-century intellectual history by Stefan Collini( Book )
28 editions published between 1983 and 2011 in English and held by 628 libraries worldwide
"In this unusual and important work, three well-known historians of ideas examine the diverse forms taken in nineteenth-century Britain by the aspiration to develop what was then known as a 'science of politics'. This aspiration encompassed a more extensive and ambitious range of concerns than is implied by the modern term 'political science': in fact, as this book demonstrates, it remained the overarching category under which many nineteenth-century thinkers grouped their attempts to achieve systematic understanding of man's common life. As a result of both the over-concentration on closed abstract systems of thought and the intrusion of concerns which pervade much writing in the history of political theory and of the social sciences, these attempts have since been neglected or misrepresented. By deliberately avoiding such approaches, this book restores the subject to its centrality in the intellectual life and political culture of nineteenth-century Britain"--Publisher description
Public moralists : political thought and intellectual life in Britain, 1850-1930 by Stefan Collini( Book )
35 editions published between 1991 and 2006 in English and held by 621 libraries worldwide
This imaginative and unusual book explores the moral sensibilities and cultural assumptions that were at the heart of political debate in Victorian and early twentieth-century Britain. It focuses on the role of intellectuals as public moralists and suggests ways in which their more formal political theory rested upon habits of response and evaluation that were deeply embedded in wider social attitudes and aesthetic judgments. Collini examines the characteristic idioms and strategies of argument employed in periodical and polemical writing, and reconstructs the sense of identity and of relation to an audience exhibited by social critics from John Stuart Mill and Matthew Arnold to J.M. Keynes and F.R. Leavis
Absent minds : intellectuals in Britain by Stefan Collini( Book )
22 editions published between 2006 and 2012 in English and held by 513 libraries worldwide
An account of 'the question of intellectuals' in 20th-century Britain, this book challenges the myth that there are no 'real' intellectuals in Britain and offers an analysis of 'the intellectual' as a concept as well as detailed discussions of influential figures such as T.S. Eliot, George Orwell, and Edward Said
Liberalism and sociology : L.T. Hobhouse and political argument in England, 1880-1914 by Stefan Collini( Book )
16 editions published between 1979 and 1983 in English and held by 508 libraries worldwide
The two cultures: and a second look by C. P Snow( Book )
32 editions published between 1969 and 2014 in English and held by 499 libraries worldwide
"The notion that our society, its education system and its intellectual life, is characterized by a split between two cultures -- the arts or humanities on one hand, and the sciences on the other -- has a long history. But it was C.P. Snow's Rede Lecture of 1959 that brought it to prominence and began a public debate that is still raging in the media today. This reissue of The Two Cultures and its successor piece A Second Look (in which Snow responded to the controversy, four years later) has an introduction by Stefan Collini, charting the history and context of the debate, its implications and its afterlife"--Cover
Culture and anarchy and other writings by Matthew Arnold( Book )
24 editions published between 1993 and 2010 in English and held by 472 libraries worldwide
First published in 1869, this celebrated work of social criticism is the reference-point for all discussion of the relations between politics and culture
History, religion, and culture : British intellectual history, 1750-1950 by Stefan Collini( Book )
18 editions published between 1998 and 2011 in English and held by 463 libraries worldwide
The essays in History, Religion and Culture begin with discussions of eighteenth-century historiography, especially Gibbon's Decline and Fall; they then take up different aspects of the place of religion in nineteenth-century cultural and political life, such as attitudes toward the native religions of India, the Victorian perception of Oliver Cromwell, the role of the Quarterly Review and the religious sensibility of John Ruskin; and finally, in discussions that range up to the middle of the twentieth century, they explore relations between scientific ideas about change or development and assumptions about the nature and growth of the national community
Economy, polity, and society : British intellectual history, 1750-1950 by Stefan Collini( Book )
15 editions published between 2000 and 2011 in English and held by 437 libraries worldwide
Economy, Polity, and Society and its companion volume History, Religion, and Culture bring together major new essays on British intellectual history by many of the leading scholars of the period, continuing a mode of enquiry for which Donald Winch and John Burrow have been widely celebrated. This volume addresses aspects of the eighteenth-century attempt, particularly in the work of Adam Smith, to come to grips with the nature of 'commercial society' and its distinctive notions of the self, of political liberty, and of economic progress. It then explores the adaptations of and responses to the Enlightenment legacy in the work of such early nineteenth-century figures as Jeremy Bentham, Tom Paine and Maria Edgeworth. Finally, in discussions which range up to the middle of the twentieth century, the volume examines particularly telling examples of the conflict between economic thinking and moral values
English pasts : essays in culture and history by Stefan Collini( Book )
16 editions published between 1999 and 2003 in English and held by 383 libraries worldwide
"In this collection of essays, Stefan Collini shows how much can be gained from bringing a rigorous historical perspective to some of the most contentious issues in contemporary culture. Whether he is asking what it means to inhabit and possess a 'national past', or reflecting on the role of the historian as social critic, whether he is scrutinizing the claims of Cultural Studies or challenging the assumptions about academic research, whether he is pondering the future of literary biography or reassessing some of the leading minds in modern British culture, Collini writes with a rare blend of sympathy, sharpness, and wit."--BOOK JACKET
Common reading : critics, historians, publics by Stefan Collini( Book )
12 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 337 libraries worldwide
"In this series of penetrating and attractively readable essays, Stefan Collini explores aspects of the literary and intellectual culture of Britain from the early twentieth century to the present. Collini focuses on critics and historians who wrote for a non-specialist readership, and on the periodicals and other genres through which they attempted to reach that readership." "Among the critics discussed are Cyril Connolly, V.S. Pritchett, Aldous Huxley, Rebecca West, Edmund Wilson, and George Orwell, while the historians include A.L. Rowse, Arthur Bryant, E.H. Carr, and E.P. Thompson. There are also essays on wider themes such as the fate of 'general' periodicals, the history of reading, the role of criticism, changing conceptions of 'culture', the limitations of biography, and the functions of universities. Explicitly addressed to 'the non-specialist reader', these essays make some of the fruits of detailed scholarly research in various fields available to a wider audience, while maintaining rigorous standards of analysis. The book will engage readers interested in literature, history, and contemporary cultural debate."--Jacket
What are universities for? by Stefan Collini( Book )
19 editions published between 2012 and 2015 in English and Dutch and held by 271 libraries worldwide
Across the world universities are more numerous than they have ever been, yet at the same time there is unprecedented confusion about their purpose and scepticism about their value. This book offers a compelling argument for rethinking the way we see our universities and why we need them
Matthew Arnold : a critical portrait by Stefan Collini( Book )
15 editions published between 1994 and 2008 in English and held by 221 libraries worldwide
That's offensive! : criticism, identity, respect by Stefan Collini( Book )
6 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 167 libraries worldwide
Examines claims that the criticism of another's deeply held ideas or beliefs is offensive, resulting in blocking the expression or publication of such criticism. Argues that treating others as capable of engaging in reasoned arguments, equals in intellect and humanity, is a way of demonstrating respect
Interprétation et surinterprétation by Umberto Eco( Book )
15 editions published between 1992 and 2002 in French and English and held by 139 libraries worldwide
Trois essais d'Umberto Eco forment le noyau de ce livre. Il y développe sa conception de l'intention de l'oeuvre et de la façon dont elle peut imposer des limites aux interprétations possibles. R. Rorty, philosophe, J. Culler, théoricien de la littérature, et C. Brooke-Rose, critique et romancière, discutent ses arguments
Speaking of universities by Stefan Collini( Book )
7 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in English and held by 114 libraries worldwide
"In recent decades there has been an immense global surge in the numbers both of universities and of students. In the UK alone there are now over 140 institutions teaching more subjects to nearly 2.5 million students. New technology offers new ways of learning and teaching. Globalisation forces institutions to consider a new economic horizon. At the same governments have systematically imposed new procedures regulating funding, governance, and assessment. Universities are being forced to behave more like business enterprises in a commercial marketplace than centres of learning. In Speaking of Universities, historian and critic Stefan Collini analyses these changes and challenges the assumptions of policy-makers and commentators. He asks: does 'marketisation' threaten to destroy what we most value about education; does this new era of 'accountability' distort what it purports to measure; and who does the modern university 'belong to'? Responding to recent policies and their underlying ideology, the book is a call to 'focus on what is actually happening and the clich behind which it hides; an incitement to think again, think more clearly, and then to press for something better'"--
Two cultures? The significance of C.P. Snow. Being the Richmond lecture, 1962. With a new pref. for the American reader. And an essay on Sir Charles Snow's Rede lecture by F. R Leavis( Book )
7 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 91 libraries worldwide
The first annotated edition of Leavis's famous critique of C.P. Snow, introduced by a leading twenty-first-century critic
The two cultures : a conversation with Stefan Collini ( visu )
2 editions published between 2013 and 2015 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
When C.P. Snow delivered his 1959 Rede Lecture on The Two Cultures what was he doing? Acutely diagnosing a debilitating anti-scientific strain in contemporary Britain? Or bombastically trotting out self-serving clichés to an uncritical public? Renowned Cambridge literary critic and intellectual historian Stefan Collini reexamines the celebrated battle between F.R. Leavis and C.P. Snow within the larger context of the value of public dialogue and the role of the modern university
 
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Alternative Names
Collini, Stefan
Stefan Collini British literary critic
콜리니, 스테판 1947-
コリ-ニ, S. 1947-
コリーニ, S
コリーニ, ステファン
Languages
English (337)
French (14)
Italian (13)
Japanese (5)
Dutch (5)
Chinese (4)
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