Mikhail Bakhtin (SAGE Masters in Modern Social Thought series)

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This timely and comprehensive collection covers the contribution and significance of the famed Russian social and cultural theorist, Mikhail M. Bakhtin (1895-1975), as well as the work of other central members of the so-called 'Bakhtin Circle', especially Voloshinov and Medvedev. The material is organized thematically to provide a contextual basis of Bakhtin's thought and his central influences, including an investigation of the key concepts in Bakhtin's work (such as aesthetics, carnival, dialogism, the chronotope, and ethics); the major debates and interpretations around Bakhtin's writings; comparisons between Bakhtin and other significant sociocultural theorists, notably Foucault, Derrida, Habermas and Gramsci; and appropriations and applications of Bakhtin's ideas in such diverse fields as anthropology, geography, cultural studies and psychology. This unparalleled collection provides readers with the best secondary work on Bakhtin. It enriches our understanding of this prolific and multi-dimensional figure whose contribution stretches over the fields of cultural studies, linguistics, social philosophy, sociology and beyond. The 4 volumes are divided into the following parts:
Vol 1
Part 1: Bakhtin and his Circle
This section includes discussions of Bakhtin's biography and evaluations of his significance. Gathered together here are papers by Bocharov on conversations with Bakhtin; Holquist on the life of Bakhtin; Steinglass on the authorship debate; Parrington on Voloshinov in the history of politics and ideas; and Shevtsova on Medvedev's sociological poetics.
Part 2: Intellectual Influences and Contexts
Included here are Rudova on the Bergsonian tradition in Russia; Perlina on Bakhtin and Buber; Poole on Bakhtin and Cassirer; Pirog on Bakhtin and Freudianism; Clark and Holquist on the influence of Immanuel Kant on Bakhtin's thought; Tihanov on Lukács's influence on Bakhtin; White on Bakhtin's place in Marxist thought; Curtis on Bakhtin and Nietzsche; Bernard-Donals on the traces of phenomenology and Marxism in Bakhtin's ideas; Shaitanov on Russian formalism; Lock on Russian Orthodoxy; Nerlich on the influence of de Saussure and Structuralism on Bakhtin; Tihanov on the legacy of Georg Simmel and Lebensphilosophe, Emerson on Bakhtin, Vygotsky and the internalization of language; Gasparov on Bakhtin and Russian culture; and Holquist on dialogism and aesthetics.
Volume 2
Part 3: Key Concepts
Part of Bakhtin's reputation derives from the formidable array of conceptual innovations he achieved. Included here are Godzich and Zima on aesthetics and the philosophy of culture; Averinstev, LaCapra and Lachmann on the carnivalesque; Hitchcock on embodiment; Jung on phenomenological dialogics; Allan and Scholz on the chronotope; Hirschkop, Holquist and Ivanov on dialogism, heteroglossia and semiotics; Bowers and Ponzio on ethics and intersubjectivity; Pechey and Todorov on methodology and epistemology in the human sciences; Emerson, Erdinast-Vulcan, Poole and Shukman on philosophical anthropology; and Farmer and Morson on prosaics and 'theoretism'.
Volume 3
Part 4: Debates and Interpretations
Bakhtin's influence over so many interdisciplinary fields make it hard for commentators to evaluate the dissemination of his influence. This section draws together some crucial papers that elucidate his significance. Included here are Hirschkop and Morson on the Bakhtin industry; Booth, Emerson, Russo and Thomson on Bakhtin and feminism; Rutland, White and Zavala on Bakhtin, postmodernism and poststructuralism; Carroll on the politics of discourse; Gardiner on carnival, utopia and critique; Hirschkop on Bakhtin, democracy and discourse; Morson on Bakhtin and the contemporary state of the humanities; Pechey on Bakhtin and the history of ideas; Stam on leftist cultural critique and Bakhtin; Brandist on the ethical and political potential of dialogism; De Man on dialogue and dialogism; Gurevitch on plurality in dialogue; and Hirschkop on the myths surrounding Bakhtin.
Volume 4
Part 5: Bakhtin and Other Theorists
Bakhtin was indeed a seminal thinker and the sheer range of his influence over twentieth century theorists is astounding. Included here are Sandywell's account of the parallels between Bakhtin and Benjamin; Hartley on De Man and Bakhtin; Kukundzic on Bakhtin and Derrida; Gardiner on the relations between the thought of Bakhtin and Foucault; Brandist on Bakhtin, Gramsci and the semiotics of hegemony; Garvey on Bakhtin and Habermas; Erdinast-Vulcan on Bakhtin and Kristeva; Nealon on the ethics of dialogue in Bakhtin and Levinas.
Part 6: Working with Bakhtin: Applications and Extensions
The final section traces Bakhtin's interdisciplinary influence. Assembled here are Protis-Winner on Bakhtin and anthropology; Hoy and Langman on Bakhtin and cultural and media studies; Folch-Serra on Bakhtin and geography; Burke on Bakhtin's significance for historiography; Evans and Wall on Bakhtin's significance for communication studies and multiculturalism; Neff on Bakhtin and the natural sciences; Shotter and Billig on Bakhtin and psychology; White on Bakhtin and psychoanalysis; and Hajdukowski and Shields on Bakhtin's significance for sociologists.
Michael E Gardiner has published extensively on Bakhtin and social and cultural theory, and is widely recognized as an important voice in the field of Bakhtin studies. With a judicious sense of Bakhtin's place in the history of ideas, he has assembled a superb survey which will surprise experts and stimulate students. This is the indispensable collection on Bakhtin and is destined to generate not only wider debate but a deeper understanding of Bakhtin's continuing intellectual relevance.
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ISBN-13: 9780761974475
ISBN-10: 0761974474
Pagini: 1624
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 144 mm
Greutate: 3.14 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Masters in Modern Social Thought series

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


Conversations with Bakhtin - Sergei Bocharov
Bakhtin's Life - Michael Holquist
International Man of Mystery - Matt Steinglass
The Battle over Mikhail Bakhtin
In Perspective - John Parrington
Valentin Voloshinov
Bakhtin/Medvedev's Sociological Poetics - Maria Shevtsova
Bergsonism in Russia - Larissa Rudova
The Case of Bakhtin
Bakhtin and Buber - Nina Perlina
Problems of Dialogic Imagination
Bakhtin and Cassirer - Brian Poole
The Philosophical Origins of Bakhtin's Carnival Messianism
The Bakhtin Circle's Freud - Gerald Pirog
From Positivism to Hermeneutics
The Influence of Kant in the Early Work of M M Bakhtin - Katerina Clark and Michael Holquist
Culture, Form, Life - Galin Tihanov
The Early Luk[ac]acs and the Early Bakhtin
The Struggle over Bakhtin - Allon White
Fraternal Reply to Robert Young
Michael Bakhtin, Nietzsche and Russian Pre-Revolutionary Thought - James M Curtis
Mikhail Bakhtin - Michael Bernard-Donals
Between Phenomenology and Marxism
The Concept of the Generic World - Igor Shaitanov
Bakhtin and the Russian Formalists
Carnival and Incarnation - Charles Lock
Bakhtin and Orthodox Theology
Structuralism, Contextualism, Dialogism - Brigitte Nerlich
Voloshinov and Bakhtin's Contributions to the Debate about the 'Relativity' of Meaning
Volosinov, Ideology and Language - Galin Tihanov
The Birth of Marxist Sociology from the Spirit of <i>Lebensphilosophie
The Outer Word and Inner Speech - Caryl Emerson
Bakhtin, Vygotsky and the Internalization of Language
M M Bakhtin in Russian Culture of the Twentieth Century - M L Gasparov
Dialogism and Aesthetics - Michael Holquist
Correcting Kant - Wlad Godzich
Bakhtin and Intercultural Interactions
Bakhtin's Young Hegelian Aesthetics - Peter V Zima
Bakhtin and the Russian Attitude to Laughter - Sergei Averinstev
Bakhtin, Marxism and the Carnivalesque - Dominick LaCapra
Bakhtin and Carnival - Renate Lachmann
Culture as Counter-Culture
The Grotesque of the Body Electric - Peter Hitchcock
Bakhtin's Body Politic - Hwa Yol Jung
A Phenomenological Dialogics
When Discourse Is Torn from Reality - Stuart Allan
Bakhtin and the Principle of Chronotopicity
Bakhtin's Concept of 'Chronotope' - Bernhard F Scholz
The Kantian Connection
Heteroglossia and Civil Society - Ken Hirschkop
Bakhtin's Public Square and the Politics of Modernity
Answering as Authoring - Michael Holquist
Mikhail Bakhtin's Trans-Linguistics
The Significance of M M Bakhtin's Ideas on Sign, Utterance and Dialogue for Modern Semiotics - V V Ivanov
Bakhtin, Self and Other - Rick Bowers
Neohumanism and Communicative Multiplicity
From Moral Philosophy to Philosophy of Literature - Augusto Ponzio
Eternity and Modernity - Graham Pechey
The Epistemological Sublime
Epistemology of the Human Sciences - Tzvetan Todorov
Bakhtin at 100 - Caryl Emerson
Art, Ethics and the Architectonic Self
Borderlines and Contraband - Daphna Erdinast-Vulcan
Bakhtin and the Question of the Subject
From Phenomenology to Dialogue - Brian Poole
Max Scheler's Phenomenological Tradition and Mikhail Bakhtin's Development from 'Toward a Philosophy of the Act' to His Study of Dostoevsky
M M Bakhtin - Ann Shukman
Notes on His Philosophy of Man
Not Theory... But a Sense of Theory - Frank M Farmer
The Superaddressee and the Contexts of Eden
Prosaics - Gary Saul Morson
An Approach to the Humanities
The Domestication of M M Bakhtin - Ken Hirschkop
The Baxtin Industry - Gary Saul Morson
Freedom of Interpretation - Wayne C Booth
Bakhtin and the Challenge of Feminist Criticism
Bakhtin and Women - Caryl Emerson
A Nontopic with Immense Implications
Female Grotesques - Mary Russo
Carnival and Theory
Mikhail Bakhtin and Contemporary Anglo-American Feminist Theory - Clive Thomson
Bakhtinian Categories and the Discourse of Postmodernism - Barry Rutland
Bakhtin, Sociolinguistics and Deconstruction - Allon White
Bakhtin versus the Postmodern - Iris M Zavala
The Alterity of Discourse - David Carroll
Form, History and the Question of the Political in M M Bakhtin
Bakhtin's Carnival - Michael Gardiner
Utopia as Critique
Bakhtin, Discourse and Democracy - Ken Hirschkop
Bakhtin and the Present Moment - Gary Saul Morson
Boundaries versus Binaries - Graham Pechey
Bakhtin in/and the History of Ideas
Mikhail Bakhtin and Left Cultural Critique - Robert Stam
Russian and Non-Russian Readings of Bakhtin - Subhash Jaireth
The Contours of an Emerging Dialogue
Bakhtin and His Readers - Vadim Kozhinov
Ethics, Politics and the Potential of Dialogism - Craig Brandist
Dialogue and Dialogism - Paul De Man
Plurality in Dialogue - Zali Gurevitch
A Comment on Bakhtin
Bakhtin Myths, or, Why We All Need Alibis - Ken Hirschkop
Memories of Nature in Bakhtin and Benjamin - Barry Sandywell
Conflict Not Conversation - Lucy Hartley
The Defeat of Dialogue in Bakhtin and De Man
Laughter as Otherness in Bakhtin and Derrida - Dragon Kujundzic
Foucault, Ethics and Dialogue - Michael Gardiner
Gramsci, Bakhtin and the Semiotics of Hegemony - Craig Brandist
The Value of Opacity - Gregory T Garvey
A Bakhtinian Analysis of Habermas's Discourse Ethics
Bakhtin's Homesickness - Daphna Erdinast-Vulcan
A Late Reply to Julia Kristeva
The Ethics of Dialogue - Jeffrey T Nealon
Bakhtin and Levinas
Does the Image Sparkle? Bakhtin and Contemporary American Studies of Culture - I Protis-Winner
Bakhtin and Popular Culture - Mikita Hoy
Bakhtin the Future - Lauren Langman
Techno-Capital and Cyber-Feudal Carnivals
Place, Voice, Space - Mireya Folch-Serra
Mikhail Bakhtin's Dialogical Landscape
Bakhtin for Historians - Peter Burke
Reading Carnival - Peter Flaherty
Towards a Semiotic of History
Bakhtin, Communication and the Politics of Multiculturalism - Fred Evans
Chronotopes of an Impossible Nationhood - Anthony Wall
Into the Heart of the Hear of the Chronotope - D S Neff
Dialogism, Theoretical Physics and Catastrophe Theory
A Bakhtinian Psychology - John Shotter and Michael Billig
From Out of the Heads of Individuals and into the Dialogues between Them
Hysteria and the End of the Carnival Festivity and Bourgeois Neurosis - Allon White
Bakhtin without Borders - Maroussia Hajdukowski-Ahmed
Participatory Action Research in the Social Sciences
Meeting or Mis-Meeting? The Dialogical Challenge to Verstehen - Rob Shields