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After Foucault e-book

Author:

Jonathan Arac

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

History & Criticism

ePub size:

1288 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Rutgers University Press (December 1, 1988)

Pages:

224

ISBN:

0813513294

After Foucault e-book

by Jonathan Arac


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The essays in this collection assess the impact of Michel Foucault’s work on the conditions of disciplinary knowledge in humanistic studies and speculate on the directions we might take from his work. They cover a wide range of fundamental concerns: from philosophy of knowledge in both theoretical and applied forms to philology.

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The essays in this collection assess the impact of Michel Foucault's work on the conditions of disciplinary knowledge in humanistic studies and speculate on the directions we might take from his work. They cover a wide range of fundamental concerns: from philosophy of knowledge in both theoretical and applied forms to philology, history, psychoanalysis, feminism, and politics.

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The essays in this collection assess the impact of Michel Foucault’s work on the conditions of disciplinary knowledge in humanistic studies and speculate on the directions we might take from his work. The result is a lively debate and further probing beyond disciplinary boundaries.

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Huckleberry Finn, Arac points out, is America’s most beloved book, assigned in schools more .

Huckleberry Finn, Arac points out, is America’s most beloved book, assigned in schools more than any other work because it is considered both the quintessential American novel and an important weapon against racism. If racially offensive epithets are banned on CNN air time and in the pages of USA Today, Jonathan Arac asks, shouldn’t a fair hearing be given to those who protest their use in an eighth-grade classroom? Placing Mark Twain’s comic masterpiece, Huckleberry Finn, in the context of long-standing American debates about race and culture, Jonathan Arac has written a work of scholarship in the service of citizenship.

The essays in this collection assess the impact of Michel Foucault’s work on the conditions of disciplinary knowledge in humanistic studies and speculate on the directions we might take from his work.

Jonathan Arac is professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh. Huckleberry Finn as Idol and Target: The Functions of Criticism in Our Time Wisconsin Project on American Writers.

The essays in this collection assess the impact of Michel Foucault’s work on the conditions of disciplinary knowledge in humanistic studies and speculate on the directions we might take from his work.  They cover a wide range of fundamental concerns: from philosophy of knowledge in both theoretical and applied forms to philology, history, psychoanalysis, feminism, and politics.  The result is a lively debate and further probing beyond disciplinary boundaries.  After Foucault will interest political theorists, feminists, and scholars of history, philosophy, and literature.  


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