6 edition of Theory and tradition in eighteenth-century studies found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Richard B. Schwartz.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, Richard B., National Endowment for the Humanities.|
|LC Classifications||PR442 .T44 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 193 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||88036814|
Studies in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture series. Hardback • • $ ISBN: Order Book. Caroline Gonda is a Fellow and Director of Studies in English at St Catharine's College, UK. Her essays have appeared in 'Romanticism: The Journal of Romantic Culture and Criticism', 'Women's Writing', 'The British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies', and 'SEL: Studies .
Her fields of interest include eighteenth-century British literature and culture, feminist theory, early women writers, and the emergence of the early English novel. She is the author of two scholarly books: The Poetics of Sexual Myth: Gender and Ideology in the Verse of Swift and Pope (Chicago ). Janine Barchas’s Graphic Design, Print Culture, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel is one of the most interesting books to be published in eighteenth-century studies in the last decade. In contrast to most other abstract, theoretical recent developments in the history of the novel, Barchas is concerned with the concrete, material presentation.
In Middle Eastern and Islamic intellectual history, there has long been an assumption of decline in the eighteenth century, right before the nineteenth century, when the nahda or Arabic intellectual renaissance, began: intellectuals were caught in a period of stagnation and retrograde. Ahmad Dallal pushes back against this in Islam without Europe: Traditions of Reform in Eighteenth Century. This book argues that, in the wake of the postmodern, contemporary culture becomes once again concerned with totality, the main focal point of expression for this being concepts of the global. It uncovers predominant ways of conceptualising the global in contemporary literature, film and theory.
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Addressing the diverse ways in which eighteenth-century contemporaries of different nations and cultures created visual, verbal, and material representations in various d on conventions Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture | Johns Hopkins University Press Books.
Get this from a library. Theory and tradition in eighteenth-century studies. [Richard B Schwartz; National Endowment for the Humanities.;] -- This is a collection of nine essays by senior scholars Donald Greene, Morris R.
Brownell, Richard B. Schwartz, Howard D. Weinbrot, Maximillian Novak, J. Paul Hunter, John H. Middendorf, Shirley Strum. This book is about the intersection of two evolving dance-historical realms—theory and practice—during the first two decades of the eighteenth century.
France was the source of works on notation, choreography, and repertoire that dominated European dance practice until the : Tilden Russell. In this volume of Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, editors Ourida Mostefai and Catherine Ingrassia have brought together four clusters of related essays that explore the complexities of national and international identity in light of these changes, integrating such diverse fields of scholarship as women's studies, literary theory, and art.
Eighteenth-Century Studies is committed to publishing the best of current writing on all aspects of eighteenth-century culture. The journal publishes different modes of analysis and disciplinary discourses that explore how recent historiographical, critical, and theoretical ideas have engaged scholars concerned with the eighteenth century.
Books from "The Lewis Walpole Series in Eighteenth-Century Culture and History" Sort by: 40 books to browse, currently displaying 1 - The Global Indies. British Imperial Culture and the Reshaping of the World, The Making of Empire and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century. Patrick Griffin.
11/28/, Hardcover. $ Jennie Batchelor is Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies at the University of Kent. She has published on eighteenth-century periodicals and the histories of gender, sexuality and writing.
She is currently completing a book on the Lady’s Magazine in Romantic print culture. The long eighteenth century sits as a pivotal point between the early-modern and modern worlds. By actively encouraging an international focus for the series over all, both in terms of wide-ranging geographical topics and authorial locations, the series aims to feature cutting-edge research from established and recent scholars, and capitalize on the breadth of themes and topics that new.
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Matthew Kadane. 01/29/, Cloth. $ | Out of Stock. ISBN: This book assesses the mediating role played by 'affections' in eighteenth-century contestations about reason and passion, questioning their availability and desirability outside textual form.
Part I outlines how affections are invested with utopian potential in theology, moral philosophy, and criticism, re-imagining what it might mean to know. The book opens with an exploration of the development of feminist academic practice and an overview of the full range of feminist theory.
It includes full coverage of the equality/difference debate. Chapters then examine the impact of women’s studies on linguistics, literary theory, popular culture, history, film theory, art history, theatre.
About The Eighteenth Century. The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation fosters theoretical and interpretive research on all aspects of Western culture from to The editors take special interest in essays that apply innovative contemporary methodologies to the study of eighteenth-century literature, history, science, fine arts, and popular culture.
Paula R. Backscheider is Philpott-Stevens Eminent Scholar at Auburn University. A former president of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, she is best known as the author of Daniel Defoe: His Life () and Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and Their Poetry (), for which she was co-winner of the Modern Language Association Lowell Prize.
His books include The Power of Images: Studies in the History and Theory of Response, also published by the University of Chicago Press; The Prints of Bruegel the Elder; Art in History, History in Art: Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Culture (with Jan de Vries); Rubens: The Life of Christ after the Passion; and Dutch Landscape Prints of.
About this journal. Theory, Culture & Society is a highly ranked, high impact factor, rigorously peer reviewed journal that publishes original research and review articles in the social and cultural sciences.
Launched to cater for the resurgence of interest in culture within contemporary social science, it provides a forum for articles which theorize the relationship between culture and society.
Editor. Sean Moore, University of New Hampshire Reviews Editor. Jennifer Thorn, Saint Anselm College Managing Editor. Adam Schoene, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Editorial Board. Lisa Berglund, Buffalo State College (ex officio) Michael Brown, University of Aberdeen () Patrick Griffin, University of Notre Dame () Deidre Lynch, Harvard University ().
Published by the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS), Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture (SECC) is an annual, peer-reviewed volume devoted to publishing revised and expanded versions of scholarship first presented at the national and regional meetings of ASECS and its affiliate features articles that chart out new directions for research on eighteenth.
Steven W. Thomas is Associate Professor of English at Wagner College, USA, where he teaches American literature, theory, and film studies.
He has published several scholarly essays about the transatlantic eighteenth century and inhe was a Fulbright Scholar in the graduate film program at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia.
This survey underscores the multifarious ways in which new theoretical approaches, such as thing theory or material and visual culture studies, revise our understanding of the people and objects that inhabit the phenomenological spaces of the eighteenth century.
European culture and literature, 17th through 19th centuries, especially 18th century. Narrative theory and the novel. Women writers. Women's studies, sexuality studies, lesbian studies.
French Revolution: history and representation. Feminist thought. Victor Zhivov's Language and Culture in Eighteenth-Century Russia is one of the most important studies ever published on eighteenth-century ians and students of Russian culture agree that the creation of a Russian literary language was key to the formation of a modern secular culture, and this title traces the growth of a vernacular language from the "hybrid Slavonic" of the late.This book assesses the mediating role played by 'affections' in eighteenth-century contestations about reason and passion, questioning their availability and desirability outside textual form.
It examines the formulation and idealization of this affective category in works by Isaac Watts, Lord Shaftesbury, Mary Hays, William Godwin, Helen Maria.Book History and Eighteenth-Century Studies. Taught by Stephen Karian. This course examines Restoration and eighteenth-century British literature through the theoretical and methodological lens of “book history,” a sub-field in literary studies, history, and related disciplines that is concerned with the production, circulation, and consumption of texts in historical perspective.