( Webster's Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ) After
Orientalism will address the notion of “ after ” in these many senses of the
proposition . “ After ” combines meanings and implications of time and place : it
points at ...
Author: Inge E. Boer
Category: Literary Collections
How does Edward Said's Orientalism speak to us today? What relevance did and does it have politically and intellectually? How and in what modes doesOrientalism engage with new, intersecting fields of inquiry?At the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary ofOrientalism these questions shape the essays collected in the present volume. The “after” of the title does not only guide the contributions in a look on past discussions, but specifically points at future research as well.Orientalism's critical entanglements are thus connected to productive looks; these productive looks make us read differently, but only after we recognize our struggle with the dominant notions that we live by, that divide and unite us. More specifically, this volume addresses three fields of research enabling productive looks: visual culture; the body, sexuality and the performative; and national identities, modernity and gender. All articles, weaving delicate, new analytical and theoretical textures, maintain vital links with at least two of the fields mentioned. Orientalism's role as a cultural catalyst is gauged in the analysis of materials such as Iranian film, 16th and 17th century Venetian representations of “the Turk,” Barthes' take on Japanese culture, modern Arab travel narratives, Palestinian popular culture, photography on and of the Maghreb, Japanese queer and gay culture, the 19th centuryIllustrated London News, theories on migration and exile, postcolonial cinema, and Hanan al-Shaykh's and Mai Ghoussoub's writing on civil war in Lebanon.Authors include: Karina Eileraas, Belgin Turan Özkaya, Joshua Paul Dale, John Potvin, Mark McLelland, Tina Sherwell, Nasrin Rahimieh, Stephen Morton, Anastasia Vallasopoulos, Suha Kudsieh and Kate McInturff.
After. Orientalism: Returningthe. Orienttothe. Orientals*. Jean-Claude Vatin
Moving beyondOrientalism Though we have now supposedly moved beyond
Orientalism, we are still payingliabilitiesonthatparticularestate.Nonetheless ...
Author: François Pouillion
This book offers an exciting new landscape in which to situate research on cultures and societies of the non-European world, with a road-map that leads us beyond the restrictive dichotomy of Occident/Orient.
See H. Dabashi, Post-Orientalism (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers,
2009). ... The project has focused on citizenship in political theory after
orientalism and connected critiques of citizenship in both postcolonial studies
Author: Engin Isin
Category: Political Science
This edited volume presents a critique of citizenship as exclusively and even originally a European or 'Western' institution. It explores the ways in which we may begin to think differently about citizenship as political subjectivity.
Citizenship. After. Orientalism. This collection offers a postcolonial critique of the
ostensible superiority or originality of 'Western' political theory and one of its
fundamental concepts, 'citizenship'. The chapters analyse the undoing,
Author: Engin F Isin
Category: Political Science
This collection offers a postcolonial critique of the ostensible superiority or originality of ‘Western’ political theory and one of its fundamental concepts, ‘citizenship’. The chapters analyse the undoing, uncovering, and reinventing of citizenship as a way of investigating citizenship as political subjectivity. If it has now become very difficult to imagine citizenship merely as nationality or membership in the nation-state, this is at least in part because of the anticolonial struggles and the project of reimagining citizenship after orientalism that they precipitated. If it has become difficult to sustain the orientalist assumption, the question arises; how do we investigate citizenship as political subjectivity after orientalism? This book was originally published as a special issue of Citizenship Studies.
Post-Orientalist. Histories. of. the. Third. World: Perspectives. from. Indian.
Historiography. Gyan. Prakash. To ask how the ... Perspectives from Indian
Historiography Gyan Prakash After Orientalism: Culture, Criticism and Politics in
Author: Vinayak Chaturvedi
Publisher: Verso Books
Part of Verso’s classic Mapping series that collects the most important writings on key topics in a changing world. Inspired by Antonio Gramsci’s writings on the history of subaltern classes, the authors in Mapping Subaltern Studies and the Postcolonial sought to contest the elite histories of Indian nationalists by adopting the paradigm of ‘history from below’. Later on, the project shifted from its social history origins by drawing upon an eclectic group of thinkers that included Edward Said, Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, and Jacques Derrida. This book provides a comprehensive balance sheet of the project and its developments, including Ranajit Guha’s original subaltern studies manifesto, Partha Chatterjee, Dipesh Chakrabarty and Gayatri Spivak.
Citizenship after Orientalism ENGIN F . ISIN Part Three APPROACHES Liberal
Citizenship PETER H . SCHUCK. At the root of the Western conception of
citizenship are two fundamental perspec - tives : orientalism ( a way of dividing
the world ...
Author: Isin, Engin Fahri Isin
Category: Political Science
'The contributions of Woodiwiss, Lister and Sassen are outstanding but not unrepresentative of the many merits of this excellent collection'- The British Journal of Sociology From women's rights, civil rights, and sexual rights for gays and lesbians to disability rights and language rights, we have experienced in the past few decades a major trend in Western nation-states towards new claims for inclusion. This trend has echoed around the world: from the Zapatistas to Chechen and Kurdish nationalists, social and political movements are framing their struggles in the languages of rights and recognition, and hence, of citizenship. Citizenship has thus become an increasingly important axis in the social sciences. Social scientists have been rethinking the role of political agent or subject. Not only are the rights and obligations of citizens being redefined, but also what it means to be a citizen has become an issue of central concern. As the process of globalization produces multiple diasporas, we can expect increasingly complex relationships between homeland and host societies that will make the traditional idea of national citizenship problematic. As societies are forced to manage cultural difference and associated tensions and conflict, there will be changes in the processes by which states allocate citizenship and a differentiation of the category of citizen. This book constitutes the most authoritative and comprehensive guide to the terrain. Drawing on a wealth of interdisciplinary knowledge, and including some of the leading commentators of the day, it is an essential guide to understanding modern citizenship. About the editors: Engin F Isin is Associate Professor of Social Science at York University. His recent works include Being Political: Genealogies of Citizenship (Minnesota, 2002) and, with P K Wood, Citizens
AFTER ORIENTALISM Culture , criticism , and politics in the third world Rosalind
O ' Hanlon and David Washbrook Source : Comparative Studies in Society and
History 34 ( 1992 ) : 141 - 167 . Over the last decade , studies of “ third world ...
Author: Robert M. Burns
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This collection aims to enable the reader to disentangle some of the ambiguities and confusions which have characterized the use of the term 'historiography'.
It has been more than two decades since Edward Sa'id published Orientalism (
New York: Pantheon Books, 1978), in which he addressed the work of Western
Orientalists who had essentialized views of Arab and Islamic society, and found ...
Author: Arif Dirlik
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This ambitious volume provides a comparative perspective on the challenges facing the discipline of history as Eurocentrism fades as a lens for viewing the world. Exploring the state of history and the struggle over its ownership throughout the world, the authors address the issues of globalization, postmodernism, and postcolonialism that have been largely ignored by practicing historians despite their importance to cultural studies and their relevance to history. Engaging in a vigorous critique of Eurocentrism, the volume at the same time reaffirms the importance of historical ways of knowing.
After. Orientalism: Culture. and. Imperialism. Introduction. First published in 1993,
Culture and Imperialism may be said to represent the culmination of much of
Said's work in the years after the appearance of Orientalism in 1978. It links his ...
Author: Valerie Kennedy
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Literary Criticism
Edward Said is one of the foremost thinkers writing today. His work as a literary and cultural critic, a political commentator, and the champion of the cause of Palestinian rights has given him a unique position in western intellectual life. This new book is a major exploration and assessment of his writings in all these main areas. Focusing on Said's insistence on the connection between literature, politics and culture, Kennedy offers an overview and assessment of the main strands of Said's work, drawing out the links and contradictions between each area. The book begins with an examination of Orientalism, one of the founding texts of post-colonial studies. Kennedy looks at the book in detail, probing both its strengths and weaknesses, and linking it to its sequel, Culture and Imperialism. She then examines Said's work on the Palestinian people, with his emphasis on the need for a Palestinian narrative to counter pro-Israeli accounts of the Middle East, and his searing criticisms of US, Israeli, and even Arab governments. The book closes with an examination of Said's importance in the field of post-colonial studies, notably colonial discourse analysis and post-colonial theory, and his significance as a public intellectual. This book will be of great interest to anyone studying post-colonialism, literary theory, politics, and the Middle East, as well as anyone interested in Said's writings.
Well, the closest parallel, I think, is with Orientalism, because I had actually
thought of this book as a sequel to Orientalism. I started writing it almost
immediately after Orientalism was published and after the initial responses in the
form of ...
Author: Edward W. Said
Edward Said has long been considered one of the world’s most compelling public intellectuals, taking on a remarkable array of topics with his many publications. But no single book has encompassed the vast scope of his stimulating erudition quite like Power, Politics, and Culture, a collection of interviews from the last three decades. In these twenty-eight interviews, Said addresses everything from Palestine to Pavarotti, from his nomadic upbringing under colonial rule to his politically active and often controversial adulthood, and reflects on Austen, Beckett, Conrad, Naipaul, Mahfouz, and Rushdie, as well as on fellow critics Bloom, Derrida, and Foucault. The passion Said feels for literature, music, history, and politics is powerfully conveyed in this indispensable complement to his prolific life's work. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Acknowledgments This book grew out of a paper I presented at the conference "
After Orientalism , ” which was convened by Tani Barlow at the University of
California , Berkeley , in May 1992. An early version of chapter 4 sparked ideas
that I ...
Author: Aihwa Ong
Publisher: Duke University Press
Category: Social Science
Ethnographic and theoretical accounts of the transnational practices of Chinese elites, showing how they constitute a dispersed Chinese public, but also how they reinforce the strength of capital and the state.
Orientalism and After Edward Said Edward Said is Professor of Comparative
Literature at Columbia University , New York . Best known academically for his
book Orientalism : Western Conceptions of the Orient ( 1978 ) , which was a
Author: Peter Osborne
Publisher: Psychology Press
The interviews gathered in A Critical Sense bring together many of the leading figures of contemporary radical theory in a single volume. Moving freely between philosophy, politics and cultural studies, they offer a fascinating overview of today's intellectual Left. All the interviews follow the same underlying structure: starting from questions about the interviewee's influences and formative years, they move on, via critical exchanges about key concepts and ideas, to reflections on political issues and recent events. Peter Osborne's introduction situates the interviews within the broader history of the relations between philosophers, academics and public intellectuals. A Critical Sense offers a welcome introduction to the work of some of today's most important thinkers. The interview format makes their thought accessible without ever sacrificing the intellectual rigour or political implications of their theories. For those already acquainted with the writings of the theorists interviewed here, the broad contextualization, dialogical structure and comparitivist perspective of this collection will throw new - and often surprising - light on familiar ground.
The United States and the Middle East since 1945 Douglas Little. Although the
Americans are constantly modifying or abrogating some of their laws, they by no
means display revolutionary passions. It may be easily seen from the promptitude
Author: Douglas Little
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Douglas Little explores the stormy American relationship with the Middle East from World War II through the war in Iraq, focusing particularly on the complex and often inconsistent attitudes and interests that helped put the United States on a collision course with radical Islam early in the new millennium. After documenting the persistence of "orientalist" stereotypes in American popular culture, Little examines oil, Israel, and other aspects of U.S. policy. He concludes that a peculiar blend of arrogance and ignorance has led American officials to overestimate their ability to shape events in the Middle East from 1945 through the present day, and that it has been a driving force behind the Iraq war. For this updated third edition, Little covers events through 2007, including a new chapter on the Bush Doctrine, demonstrating that in many important ways, George W. Bush's Middle Eastern policies mark a sharp break with the past.
7. After. Orientalism? Not everyone accepted the critique of Orientalism, of course
. A good many scholars of Islam or the Middle East rejected it outright and
lamented the fact that “Orientalist” had come to be widely used in a pejorative
Author: Zachary Lockman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This second edition considers how the 'global war on terror' has changed the way the West views the Islamic world.
After. Orientalism. Delighted With The Success Of His Dramatic "mousetrap,"
Shakespeare's Hamlet asks his friend and confidant Horatio, "Would not this, sir,
and a forest of feathers, if the rest of my fortunes turn Turk with me, with two ...
Author: Jonathan Burton
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
Category: Literary Criticism
It will be of interest to all those interested in questions of early modern contact history, English relations with Islam and the East, English theater history, and cultural politics."--BOOK JACKET.
Hence it was not surprising that, after the terrible attacks in New York and
Washington, scholars whose main line of ... of Middle Eastern scholarship before
Said and increasingly after Orientalism was published, to grapple with this
Author: Ilan Pappé
This hugely successful, ground-breaking book is the first introductory textbook on the Modern Middle East to foreground the urban, rural, cultural and gender histories of the region over its political and economic history. Distancing himself from more traditional modernising approaches, Ilan Pappé is concerned with the ideological question of whom we investigate in the past rather than how we investigate the past. Pappé begins his narrative at the end of the First World War with the Ottoman heritage, and concludes at the present day with the political discourse of Islam. Providing full geographical coverage of the region, The Modern Middle East: opens with a carefully argued introduction which outlines the methodology used in the textbook provides a thematic and comparative approach to the region, helping students to see the peoples of the Middle East and the developments that affect their lives as part of a larger world includes insights gained from new historiographical trends and a critical approach to conventional state- and nation-centred historiographies includes case studies, debates, maps, photos, an up-to-date bibliography and a glossarial index. This third edition has been brought right up to date with recent events, and includes the developments through the Arab Spring, more economic history, much more focus on gender history and discussion of religion in the region from a broad perspective. Accessible and original, The Modern Middle East continues to energise discussion and stimulate debate on the region’s history, and provides new insights and perspectives on its story.
A third of a century after the publication of Edward Said's Orientalism and after
Michel Foucault's death, it is difficult to think of two intellectuals who have been
more influential not just within their respective fields, but whose influence has ...
Author: Anna Bernard
Category: Literary Criticism
Edward Said continues to fascinate and stir controversy, nowhere more than with his classic work Orientalism. Debating Orientalism brings a rare mix of perspectives to an ongoing polemic. Contributors from a range of disciplines take stock of the book's impact and appraise its significance in contemporary cultural politics and philosophy.
The diversity within Orientalism is similar, for example, to the different styles that
we find in Orientalist painting. We can, after the 'Orientalism: Delacroix to Klee
exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia! identify at least eight ...
Author: Ziauddin Sardar
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
Category: Social Science
Why did orientalism emerge and how has it evolved? Has the theory of orientalism developed by Edward Said and others stood the test of time? What is the significance of postmodernism for the future of orientalism? Orientalism, the theory and practice of representing 'the Orient' in European thought, is a controversial and a problematic concept. This book provides a concise text on the evolution and development of the theory of orientalism, the practice of orientalism in history, and its persistence and reformulation in contemporary times. It places Edward Said's contribution in an appropriate historical context, examines the work of his critics, and explores the postmodern future of orientalism. Ziauddin Sardar provides a highly original historical perspective and shows how orientalism was reworked and reinvested during the Middle Ages, the Enlightenment, colonialism and under the impact of modernity. Through the examination of a wide range of cultural products - films, television, fiction, CD-roms - this clear and coherent overview suggests that, as a practice of representing the 'Other', orientalism has been substantially transformed: it has reformulated itself as a diverse and sophisticated tool of representation.
After Timur ' s death his empire was handed down to his children and
subsequently his grandchildren . The ownership of Samarkand and its bordering
areas eventually fell to Ulugh Beg , Timur ' s grandson . At the tender age of
fifteen Ulugh ...
Author: Roy Bolton
Publisher: Sphinx Fine Art
Category: Art, Russian
After Orientalism postcolonial studies as an investigative discipline in literary. 1.
For a survey of the shifts in the methods and approaches see F. Segovia,
Decolonizing Biblical Studies: A View from the Margins (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis
Author: Simon Samuel
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This unique contribution to Markan studies reads Mark's story of Jesus from a postcolonial perspective. It proposes that Mark need not necessarily be treated in an oversimplified polarity as an anti- or pro-colonial discourse. Instead it may be treated as a postcolonial discourse, i.e. as a hybrid discourse that accommodates and disrupts both the native Jewish and the Roman colonial discourses of power. It shows that Mark accommodates itself into a strategic third space in between the variegated native Jewish and the Roman colonial discourses in order to enunciate its own voice. As an ambivalent and hybrid discourse it mimics and mocks, accommodates and disrupts both the Jewish as well as the Roman colonial voices. The portrait of Jesus in Mark, which Samuel shows to be encoding also the portrait of a community, exhibits a colonial/ postcolonial conundrum which can neither be damned as pro- nor be praised as anti-colonial in nature. Instead the portrait of Jesus in Mark may be appreciated as a strategic essentialist and transcultural hybrid, in which the claims of difference and the desire for transculturality are both contradictorily present and visible. In showing such a portrait and invoking a complex discursive strategy Mark as the discourse of a subject community is not alone or unique in the Graeco-Roman world. A number of discourses-historical, creative novelistic and apocalyptic-of the subject Greek and Jewish communities in the eastern Mediterranean under the imperium of Rome from the second century BCE to the end of the first century CE exhibit very similar postcolonial traits which one may add to be not far from the postcolonial traits of a number of postcolonial creative writings and cultural discourses of the colonial subject and the dominated post-colonial communities of our time.