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Queering Paradigms VIII
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Queering Paradigms VIII brings together critical discourses on queer-feminist solidarity between Western, post-Soviet and post-socialist contexts. It highlights transnational solidarity efforts against homophobia, transphobia and misogyny. It engages grass-roots activists and community organizers in a conversation with scholars, and shows that the lines between these categories are blurry and that queer theorists and analysts are to be found in all spheres of queer-feminist culture. It highlights that queer paradigms and theories are born in street protests, in community spaces, in private spheres, through art and culture as well as in academia, and that the different contexts speak to each other.This anthology presents some of the radical approaches that emerge at the intersection of activism, community organizing, art and academia, through transnational exchange, migration and collaborations. It is a celebration of alliances and solidarities between activism, community building, art, culture and academic knowledge production. Yet, the collected work also brings forward the necessary critique of Western hegemonies involved in contemporary queer-feminist solidarity activism and theory between the 'East' and 'West.' It is an important thinking about, thinking through and thinking in solidarity and the East/West divide, setting new impulses to fight oppression in all its forms.

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Stand: 05.06.2020
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The Berlage Affair
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The Berlage Affair is an anthology of critical essays, reviews, and interviews cataloguing 20+ years of work and insight from architectural educator, Vedran Kenneth Frampton once called Vedran Mimica, “the spiritual leader of the Berlage Institute.” The Berlage Affair is a book that investigates the educational legacy of that institution, and in the process, explores new ways to research and project new models of global urbanization. Through this multilayered book of diverse views, the essays, studies, reviews, and interviews within all share an intellectual origin from the Berlage, where Mimica worked for 22 years alongside contemporaries such as Herman Hertzberger, Wiel Arets, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Kenneth Frampton, Rem Koolhaas, and Elia Zenghel, as well as many leading architects and students from all over the world. What sets The Berlage Affair apart from other architectural literature is its very subject. Rarely do we learn about innovative or alternative educational odels that have produced and imparted applicable, real world knowledge in the field of architecture. This knowledge was produced in an experimental environment as a result of exchange between leading and emerging Dutch, North American, Japanese, and European architects and their students from around the globe. In the process of this exchange, the Berlage created a platform for the construction and consumption of an array of contemporary architectural pursuits. And here, Mimica records those efforts.

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Debating P.C.
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The debate over 'P.C.' at America's universities is the most important discussion in American education today and has grown into a major national controversy raging on the covers of our top magazines and news shows. This provocative anthology gives voice to the top thinkers of our time, liberal and conservative, as they tackle the question. From the multicultural perspective of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who argues passionately for more diversity, to the erudition of Irving Howe, who stresses the profound value of the literary canon, this exciting collection is required reading for thinking Americans . . . and for everyone concerned with the future of higher education and the shaping of young minds. Contents include: 'The Big Chill? Interview with Dinesh D'Souza' by Robert MacNeil 'On Differences: Modern Language Association Presidential Address 1990' by Catharine R. Stimpson 'The Periphery v. the Center: The MLA in Chicago' by Roger Kimball 'The Storm over the University' by John Searle 'Public Imaged Limited: Political Correctness and the Media's Big Lie' by Michael Berubé 'The Value of the Canon' by Irving Howe 'The Politics of Knowledge' by Edward W. Said 'Whose Canon Is It, Anyway?' by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. 'Why Do We Read?' by Katha Pollitt ''Speech Codes' on the Campus and Problems of Free Speech' by Nat Hentoff 'Freedom of Hate Speech' by Richard Perry and Patricia Williams 'There's No Such Thing as Free Speech and It's a Good Thing, Too' by Stanley Fish 'The Statement of the Black Faculty Caucus' by Ted Gordon and Wahneema Lubiano 'Radical English' by George F. Will 'Critics of Attempts to Democratize the Curriculum Are Waging a Campaign to Misrepresent the Work of Responsible Professors' by Paula Rothenberg 'Multiculturalism: E Pluribus Plures' by Diane Ravitch 'Multiculturalism: An Exchange' by Molefi Kete Asante 'The Prospect Before Us' by Hilton Kramer 'P.C. Rider' by Enrique Fernández 'Diverse New World' by Cornel West 'The Challenge for the Left' by Barbara Ehrenreich

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Debating P.C.
18,90 CHF *
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The debate over 'P.C.' at America's universities is the most important discussion in American education today and has grown into a major national controversy raging on the covers of our top magazines and news shows. This provocative anthology gives voice to the top thinkers of our time, liberal and conservative, as they tackle the question. From the multicultural perspective of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who argues passionately for more diversity, to the erudition of Irving Howe, who stresses the profound value of the literary canon, this exciting collection is required reading for thinking Americans . . . and for everyone concerned with the future of higher education and the shaping of young minds. Contents include: 'The Big Chill? Interview with Dinesh D'Souza' by Robert MacNeil 'On Differences: Modern Language Association Presidential Address 1990' by Catharine R. Stimpson 'The Periphery v. the Center: The MLA in Chicago' by Roger Kimball 'The Storm over the University' by John Searle 'Public Imaged Limited: Political Correctness and the Media's Big Lie' by Michael Berubé 'The Value of the Canon' by Irving Howe 'The Politics of Knowledge' by Edward W. Said 'Whose Canon Is It, Anyway?' by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. 'Why Do We Read?' by Katha Pollitt ''Speech Codes' on the Campus and Problems of Free Speech' by Nat Hentoff 'Freedom of Hate Speech' by Richard Perry and Patricia Williams 'There's No Such Thing as Free Speech and It's a Good Thing, Too' by Stanley Fish 'The Statement of the Black Faculty Caucus' by Ted Gordon and Wahneema Lubiano 'Radical English' by George F. Will 'Critics of Attempts to Democratize the Curriculum Are Waging a Campaign to Misrepresent the Work of Responsible Professors' by Paula Rothenberg 'Multiculturalism: E Pluribus Plures' by Diane Ravitch 'Multiculturalism: An Exchange' by Molefi Kete Asante 'The Prospect Before Us' by Hilton Kramer 'P.C. Rider' by Enrique Fernández 'Diverse New World' by Cornel West 'The Challenge for the Left' by Barbara Ehrenreich

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Debating P.C.
22,99 € *
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The debate over 'P.C.' at America's universities is the most important discussion in American education today and has grown into a major national controversy raging on the covers of our top magazines and news shows. This provocative anthology gives voice to the top thinkers of our time, liberal and conservative, as they tackle the question. From the multicultural perspective of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who argues passionately for more diversity, to the erudition of Irving Howe, who stresses the profound value of the literary canon, this exciting collection is required reading for thinking Americans . . . and for everyone concerned with the future of higher education and the shaping of young minds. Contents include: 'The Big Chill? Interview with Dinesh D'Souza' by Robert MacNeil 'On Differences: Modern Language Association Presidential Address 1990' by Catharine R. Stimpson 'The Periphery v. the Center: The MLA in Chicago' by Roger Kimball 'The Storm over the University' by John Searle 'Public Imaged Limited: Political Correctness and the Media's Big Lie' by Michael Berubé 'The Value of the Canon' by Irving Howe 'The Politics of Knowledge' by Edward W. Said 'Whose Canon Is It, Anyway?' by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. 'Why Do We Read?' by Katha Pollitt ''Speech Codes' on the Campus and Problems of Free Speech' by Nat Hentoff 'Freedom of Hate Speech' by Richard Perry and Patricia Williams 'There's No Such Thing as Free Speech and It's a Good Thing, Too' by Stanley Fish 'The Statement of the Black Faculty Caucus' by Ted Gordon and Wahneema Lubiano 'Radical English' by George F. Will 'Critics of Attempts to Democratize the Curriculum Are Waging a Campaign to Misrepresent the Work of Responsible Professors' by Paula Rothenberg 'Multiculturalism: E Pluribus Plures' by Diane Ravitch 'Multiculturalism: An Exchange' by Molefi Kete Asante 'The Prospect Before Us' by Hilton Kramer 'P.C. Rider' by Enrique Fernández 'Diverse New World' by Cornel West 'The Challenge for the Left' by Barbara Ehrenreich

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.06.2020
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Debating P.C.
17,40 € *
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The debate over 'P.C.' at America's universities is the most important discussion in American education today and has grown into a major national controversy raging on the covers of our top magazines and news shows. This provocative anthology gives voice to the top thinkers of our time, liberal and conservative, as they tackle the question. From the multicultural perspective of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who argues passionately for more diversity, to the erudition of Irving Howe, who stresses the profound value of the literary canon, this exciting collection is required reading for thinking Americans . . . and for everyone concerned with the future of higher education and the shaping of young minds. Contents include: 'The Big Chill? Interview with Dinesh D'Souza' by Robert MacNeil 'On Differences: Modern Language Association Presidential Address 1990' by Catharine R. Stimpson 'The Periphery v. the Center: The MLA in Chicago' by Roger Kimball 'The Storm over the University' by John Searle 'Public Imaged Limited: Political Correctness and the Media's Big Lie' by Michael Berubé 'The Value of the Canon' by Irving Howe 'The Politics of Knowledge' by Edward W. Said 'Whose Canon Is It, Anyway?' by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. 'Why Do We Read?' by Katha Pollitt ''Speech Codes' on the Campus and Problems of Free Speech' by Nat Hentoff 'Freedom of Hate Speech' by Richard Perry and Patricia Williams 'There's No Such Thing as Free Speech and It's a Good Thing, Too' by Stanley Fish 'The Statement of the Black Faculty Caucus' by Ted Gordon and Wahneema Lubiano 'Radical English' by George F. Will 'Critics of Attempts to Democratize the Curriculum Are Waging a Campaign to Misrepresent the Work of Responsible Professors' by Paula Rothenberg 'Multiculturalism: E Pluribus Plures' by Diane Ravitch 'Multiculturalism: An Exchange' by Molefi Kete Asante 'The Prospect Before Us' by Hilton Kramer 'P.C. Rider' by Enrique Fernández 'Diverse New World' by Cornel West 'The Challenge for the Left' by Barbara Ehrenreich

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.06.2020
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