e-Book Rethinking Tragedy epub downloadAuthor: Rita Felski
Pages: 384 pages
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (February 11, 2008)
Category: History & Criticism
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by Rita Felski
She is also Niels Bohr Professor at the University of Southern Denmark (2016-2021). Felski is a prominent scholar in the fields of aesthetics and literary theory, feminist theory, modernity and postmodernity, and cultural studies.
Rita Felski is a professor of English and chair of comparative literature at the University of Virginia.
Rethinking Tragedy book.
This groundbreaking collection provokes a major reassessment of the significance of tragedy and the tragic in late modernity. A distinguished group of scholars and theorists extends the discussion of tragedy beyond its usual parameters to include film, popular culture, and contemporary politics. Seven new essays-as well as eight essays originally published in a New Literary History special issue on tragedy-address important, previously neglected areas of tragedy and postcolonial criticism.
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Rita Felski is William R. Kenan, Junior
Rita Felski is William R. Kenan, Junior. Her most recent book, The Limits of Critique (Chicago Uttar Pradesh, 2015), is on the hermeneutics of suspicion as mood and method. rnShe has also published articles in numerous essay collections and in such scholarly journals as PMLA, Signs, New Literary History, Modernism/Modernity, Cultural Critique, Theory, Culture and Society, and New Formations. Times Literary Supplement). This is a stimulating and provocative collection. Anyone interested in our cultural and political fascination with 'endless Tragedie' will find plenty of red meat here. Adrian Streete English).
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This groundbreaking collection provokes a major reassessment of the significance of tragedy and the tragic in late modernity. A distinguished group of scholars and theorists extends the discussion of tragedy beyond its usual parameters to include film, popular culture, and contemporary politics.
Seven new essays―as well as eight essays originally published in a New Literary History special issue on tragedy―address important, previously neglected areas of tragedy and postcolonial criticism. The new material explores the tragic dimensions of popular culture, the relationship between tragedy and pity, and feminism's avoidance of the tragic, and includes an incisive history of tragic theory.
Classic and cutting-edge, this collection offers a provocative, accessible, and comprehensive treatment of tragedy and tragic theory.
Contributors: Elisabeth Bronfen, University of Zurich; Stanley Corngold, Princeton University; Simon Critchley, University of Essex; Joshua Foa Dienstag, University of California, Los Angeles; Wai Chee Dimock, Yale University; Page duBois, University of California, San Diego; Terry Eagleton, University of Manchester; Rita Felski, University of Virginia; Simon Goldhill, Cambridge University; Heather K. Love, University of Pennsylvania; Michel Maffesoli, University of Paris (V); Martha C. Nussbaum, University of Chicago; Timothy J. Reiss, New York University; Kathleen M. Sands, University of Massachusetts, Boston; David Scott, Columbia University; George Steiner, University of Geneva; Olga Taxidou, University of Edinburgh