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English studies from archives to prospects. Volume 1. Literature and cultural studies / edited by Stipe Grgas, Tihana Klepač, Martina Domines Veliki.

Contributor(s): Grgas-Mufa, Stipe [edt] | Klepač, Tihana [edt] | Domines Veliki, Martina [edt].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016Description: xi, 198 str. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781443890458.Subject(s): engleska književnost | američka književnost | književna kritika | kulturalni studiji | Odsjek za anglistiku, Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu konferencija 2014. godine English Studies as Archive and as Prospecting: (80 Years of English Studies in Zagreb)
Contents:
Sadržaj: History that Refuses to Be Whitewashed: Barbara Chase-Riboud's Sally Hemings: a novel / Željka Švrljuga -- Emancipatory Ideas as a Narrative Constant in George Meredith's Rhoda Fleming / Sintija Čuljat -- 'If Pynchon be the Food of Action, Read on; Give Me Excess of It...': Pynchon's Novels of Excess and Their Place in Post-postmodernity / Sanja Šoštarić -- Deleuze on the Superiority of Anglo-American Literature: a Victorianist Perspective / Tatjana Jukić -- The Oxymoronic Nature of the Romantic Sublime / Martina Domines Veliki -- Joyce's Ulysses, Begović's Giga Barićeva, and Freud's Contributions to the Psychology of Love / Lada Čale Feldman -- "What is a Ghost?": Joyce's Haunting of Krleža / Morana Čale -- Transforming and Interpreting History: On Donizetti's Tudor Trilogy / Katja Radoš-Perković -- The Croatian Diaspora as an Unfinished Transdisciplinary Project / Jelena Šesnić -- The Australian Girl as an Innocuous Companion of the New Woman / Tihana Klepač -- English Studies and Liberal Education Today / Borislav Knežević -- The Unsolicited Labor of the Humanities / Stipe Grgas -- Who Needs Identity? Transformational Subjects and Historical Knowledge / Sven Cvek.
If there is a common denominator underlining the different contributions in this book, then it is the unuttered acknowledgement of debt to institutional setting in which the disciplinary practice of studying and teaching has been, and is, taking place. We feel this should be reiterated, because we opine that the once-privileged position of literary studies in the curriculum should not have been taken for granted.
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Knjiga Knjiga Knjižnica FFZG
4. kat, komparativna književnost
Komparativna književnost EC23 ENG.ST sv1 (Browse shelf) Available 1305215376
Knjiga Knjiga Knjižnica FFZG
4. kat, komparativna književnost
Komparativna književnost EC23 ENG.ST sv1 (Browse shelf) Available 1305215377
Knjiga Knjiga Knjižnica FFZG
5. kat, anglistika
Anglistika FA05.02 ENGL.S (sv01) (Browse shelf) Korištenje u čitaonici Dar M. Domines Veliki 1305194495
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Knjiga je proizašla iz radova s međunarodnoga znanstvenoga skupa English Studies as Archive and as Prospecting: (80 Years of English Studies in Zagreb) održanog od 18. do 21. rujna 2014. u Zagrebu.

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Sadržaj: History that Refuses to Be Whitewashed: Barbara Chase-Riboud's Sally Hemings: a novel / Željka Švrljuga --
Emancipatory Ideas as a Narrative Constant in George Meredith's Rhoda Fleming / Sintija Čuljat --
'If Pynchon be the Food of Action, Read on; Give Me Excess of It...': Pynchon's Novels of Excess and Their
Place in Post-postmodernity / Sanja Šoštarić --
Deleuze on the Superiority of Anglo-American Literature: a Victorianist Perspective / Tatjana Jukić --
The Oxymoronic Nature of the Romantic Sublime / Martina Domines Veliki --
Joyce's Ulysses, Begović's Giga Barićeva, and Freud's Contributions to the Psychology of Love / Lada Čale Feldman --
"What is a Ghost?": Joyce's Haunting of Krleža / Morana Čale --
Transforming and Interpreting History: On Donizetti's Tudor Trilogy / Katja Radoš-Perković --
The Croatian Diaspora as an Unfinished Transdisciplinary Project / Jelena Šesnić --
The Australian Girl as an Innocuous Companion of the New Woman / Tihana Klepač --
English Studies and Liberal Education Today / Borislav Knežević --
The Unsolicited Labor of the Humanities / Stipe Grgas --
Who Needs Identity? Transformational Subjects and Historical Knowledge / Sven Cvek.

If there is a common denominator underlining the different contributions in this book, then it is the unuttered acknowledgement of debt to institutional setting in which the disciplinary practice of studying and teaching has been, and is, taking place. We feel this should be reiterated, because we opine that the once-privileged position of literary studies in the curriculum should not have been taken for granted.

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