Edward Said : a critical reader

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Edward Said : a critical reader

edited by Michael Sprinker

Blackwell, 1992

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical notes and index

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巻冊次

: hbk ISBN 9781557862280

内容説明

Edward Said's intellectual journeys have taken him around the globe and across many disciplinary borders. Author of Orientalism and The Word, The Text, and The Critic, Said has been widely influential in shaping contemporary debates in the humanities and social sciences, from literature and history to anthropology and area studies. Most famously, perhaps, he has also been for two decades the most visible spokesperson for the Palestinian cause in the United States (and, increasingly, in Britain), a familiar figure on American television and a member of the Palestinian parliament-in-exile from 1977 to 1991. This volume is the first book-length examination of Said's remarkable career, providing a critical survey of his writings and an interim assessment of his achievements in both the cultural and political spheres. This collection includes essays on the Arab-Islamic context of Said's work, his reception among Israeli and American Jews, the institutional contexts of his cultural criticism, and his interventions in Middle Eastern politics. The book concludes with a lengthy interview in which Edward Said comments on his youth in Cairo, on the current state of political and cultural criticism in the United States, and on the increasing integration of his own political and cultural writings in recent years.

目次

Introduction: Michael Sprinker (State University of New York, Stony Brook) 1. Connections with Palestine: Nubar Hovsepian (American Council for Palestine Affairs, New York) 2. Overlapping Territories and Intertwined Histories: Edward Said's Postcolonial Cosmopolitanism: Benita Parry 3. The East is a Career: Edward Said and the Logics of Professionalism: Bruce Robbins 4. Places of Mind, Occupied Lands: Edward Said and Philology: Timothy Brennan (University of Michigan, Purdue University) 5. Worldliness-without-World, Homelessness-as-Home: Towards a Definition of the Specular Border Intellectual: Abdul R. JanMohamed (University of California, Berkeley) 6. Antinomies of Exile: Said at the Frontiers of National Narration: Ella Shohat (City University of New York) 7. East of Said: Richard G. Fox (Duke University, Durham) 8. The Resonance of the Arab-Islamic Heritage in the Work of Edward Said: Ferial J. Ghazoul (American University in Cairo, Egypt) 9. The Palestinian Intellectual and the Liberation of the Academy: Barbara Harlow (University of Texas at Austin) 10. Their Own Words? An Essay for Edward Said: Partha Chatterjee Interview with Edward Said: Jennifer Wicke and Michael Sprinker Select Bibliography of Edward Said's Work Notes on Contributors Index.
巻冊次

: pbk ISBN 9781557862297

内容説明

Edward Said's intellectual journeys have taken him around the globe and across many disciplinary borders. Author of "Orientalism and The Word", 'The Text", and "The Critic", Said has been widely influential in shaping contemporary debates in the humanities and social sciences, from literature and history to anthropology and area studies. Most famously, perhaps, he has also been for two decades the most visible spokesperson for the Palestinian cause in the United States (and, increasingly, in Britain), a familiar figure on American television and a member of the Palestinian parliament-in-exile from 1977 to 1991. This volume is the first book-length examination of Said's remarkable career, providing a critical survey of his writings and an interim assessment of his achievements in both the cultural and political spheres. This collection includes essays on the Arab-Islamic context of Said's work, his reception among Israeli and American Jews, the institutional contexts of his cultural criticism, and his interventions in Middle Eastern politics. The book concludes with a lengthy interview in which Edward Said comments on his youth in Cairo, on the current state of political and cultural criticism in the United States, and on the increasing integration of his own political and cultural writings in recent years.

目次

Introduction: Michael Sprinker (State University of New York, Stony Brook) 1. Connections with Palestine: Nubar Hovsepian (American Council for Palestine Affairs, New York) 2. Overlapping Territories and Intertwined Histories: Edward Said's Postcolonial Cosmopolitanism: Benita Parry 3. The East is a Career: Edward Said and the Logics of Professionalism: Bruce Robbins 4. Places of Mind, Occupied Lands: Edward Said and Philology: Timothy Brennan (University of Michigan, Purdue University) 5. Worldliness-without-World, Homelessness-as-Home: Towards a Definition of the Specular Border Intellectual: Abdul R. JanMohamed (University of California, Berkeley) 6. Antinomies of Exile: Said at the Frontiers of National Narration: Ella Shohat (City University of New York) 7. East of Said: Richard G. Fox (Duke University, Durham) 8. The Resonance of the Arab-Islamic Heritage in the Work of Edward Said: Ferial J. Ghazoul (American University in Cairo, Egypt) 9. The Palestinian Intellectual and the Liberation of the Academy: Barbara Harlow (University of Texas at Austin) 10. Their Own Words? An Essay for Edward Said: Partha Chatterjee Interview with Edward Said: Jennifer Wicke and Michael Sprinker Select Bibliography of Edward Said's Work. Notes on Contributors. Index.

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