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Interdisciplinary Barthes

Author: Diana Knight
Publisher: Oxford : Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2020.
Series: British Academy scholarship online.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First edition
Summary:
Roland Barthes (1915-1980) is still considered one of the most significant figures of postwar French thought and remains central to anglophone cultural theory. He is read by academic researchers and students in modern languages, comparative literature, cultural studies, gender studies, media studies, music and visual studies, philosophy and critical theory, as well as attracting more broadly popular interest. This  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Named Person: Roland Barthes; Roland Barthes
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Diana Knight
ISBN: 9780191905391 0191905399
OCLC Number: 1196177317
Notes: This edition also issued in print: 2020.
Target Audience: Specialized.
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Contents: List of IllustrationsNotes on ContributorsPrefaceIntroduction1: DIANA KNIGHT: Roland Barthes, An Interdisciplinary SubjectPart I: Myths, History, and Images2: PHILIPPE ROGER: Barthes's Frenchness3: JONATHAN CULLER: Barthes's Myths of America4: STEPHEN BANN: The Intelligible Versus the Real: Barthes's Historiographical Option5: MARIA O'SULLIVAN: Time and Space: Barthes and the Discourse of History6: ERIC MARTY: Barthes and the Visibility Turn: For a Non-Mimetic Image7: KATHRIN YACAVONE: Picturing Barthes: The Photographic Construction of AuthorshipPart II: Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics8: MICHAEL MORIARTY: Barthes and Religion9: LUCY O'MEARA: Barthes and the Lessons of Ancient Philosophy10: MARIELLE MACE: Barthes and 'Subtle Forms of Living'11: KRIS PINT: 'A Country Free by Default': Barthes and the Atmospheric Experience of Literature12: FRANCOIS NOUDELMANN: Barthes and Insignificant Music13: PATRIZIA LOMBARDO: Barthes and the EmotionsPart III: Writing, Criticism, and the Archive14: ANTOINE COMPAGNON: Barthes and Commissioned Writing15: ANDY STAFFORD: Barthes's Menippean Moment: Creative Criticism 1966-7016: CLAUDE COSTE: From Fichier to OEuvre: Barthess 'Our Literature' project17: ANNE HERSCHBERG PIERROT: Barthes, the Desire to Write, and the Prevision of the Work18: TIPHAINE SAMOYAULT: Barthes's Ordinary WritingIndex
Series Title: British Academy scholarship online.
Responsibility: Diana Knight.

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Interdisciplinary Barthes addresses the enduring stimulus that Barthes offers to intellectually adventurous work across the human sciences. It contextualises his creative engagements with ethnology,  Read more...

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