Temporalities of Diversity – Temporalités de la diversité – Zeitlichkeiten der Vielfalt (Sammelband)


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Herausgeber

Charlotte KaiserOuennassa KhiariViktoria Sophie Lühr

Verlag
Waxmann
Stadt
Münster
Publikationsdatum
2022
Reihe
Diversity, Bd. 6
Weiterführender Link
https://www.waxmann.com/waxmann-buecher/?no_cache=1&tx_p2waxmann_pi2%5Bbuch%5D=BUC127462&tx_p2waxmann_pi2%5Baction%5D=show&tx_p2waxmann_pi2%5Bcontroller%5D=Buch&cHash=f8eab6d3ca22d2ab8fc43be108815199
ISBN
978-3-8309-4342-6 ( im KVK suchen )
Thematik nach Sprachen
Französisch, Sprachübergreifend
Disziplin(en)
Literaturwissenschaft, Medien-/Kulturwissenschaft
Schlagwörter
Zeit, Transkulturalität, Québec, Europa, Kanada, Differenz, Erinnerungskultur, Subjektivität

Exposé

This collective volume explores the connections between time and difference in a transcultural perspective. The dehistoricization and naturalization of diversity in contemporary discourse conceal the roles of subjectivity, memory, and time in the social construction of difference. The experience and perception of time is at once psychological, linguistic, political, philosophical, and cultural. It is also technologically mediated. Whether linear, circular, interrupted, cyclical, synchronic, diachronic, or (non-)simultaneous, time stands in problematic relation to space, and not just metaphorically. Overlapping memories, hidden histories, processes of in- and exclusion, future aspirations and projections, arise from and give rise to diversity. Both memories and metanarratives are cultural practices that organize experience and transform it into general knowledge. Following Lyotard and poststructuralist theorists we can question these hegemonies to unveil “petits récits” (1979) and to reflect on the diversity of human experience, such as indigenous, immigrant, and other marginalized perspectives in Canada and Québec as well as in Europe.

Inhalt

Introduction (Charlotte Kaiser, Ouennassa Khiari and Viktoria Sophie Lühr)
Section I: (Dis)Continuing: Diversity in Politics
PODCAST “Historische Ereignisse, Zeitenwenden und Vielfalt der Temporalitäten” (Viktoria Sophie Lühr & Laurence McFalls in conversation with Frank Bösch)
De la promotion de la diversité aux mobilisations contre les injustices dans la France du XXIe siècle : expressions contemporaines d’un héritage républicain ambivalent (Réjane Sénac)
Sind Juden fähig, gute Bürger zu werden? Zeitlichkeit als Problem des deutschsprachigen Emanzipationsdiskurses im späten 18. und im frühen 19. Jahrhundert am Beispiel von Christoph Grund (1772–1829) (Michelle Stoffel)
White Supremacism on YouTube: How to Rewrite History from a Racist Point of View (Tristan Boursier)
The Simultaneity of Non-simultaneous Sovereignty Conceptions and Rapid Norm Change at the United Nations General Assembly Debates on R2P (Annika Enning)
Section II: Practices of Belonging Through Time and Space
PODCAST “Transition Time on TV: Transing Genre in Transparent (2014–2019)” (Charlotte Kaiser in conversation with Elahe Haschemi Yekani)
In Search of Lost Time: Jamaican Migrant Women’s Memories of Home (Lisa Johnson)
« Our time is not like men’s time » : Temporalités genrées chez les femmes juives hassidiques de Montréal (Valentina Gaddi)
Temporality in Everyday Transcultural Transgender Identity Narratives (matthew heinz)
Section III: Media and Diversity: Creating Knowledge in Time
PODCAST “Crip Times: Disability, Globalization, and Resistance” (Gïti Hatef-Rossa in conversation with Robert McRuer)
Time, Knowledge, and the Image of the Other: Visualizing Difference and Temporalities in White Slaves of Maquinna (2000) (Tom Schira)
Sur un « poète intermittent » : temps d’arrêt et lyrisme dans l’écriture testimoniale de Primo Levi (Guido Furci)
Industrial Film as Multilayered Mediator of Diverse Temporalities (Isis Luxenburg)


Anmerkungen

keine

Ersteller des Eintrags
Viktoria Sophie Lühr
Erstellungsdatum
Freitag, 03. Februar 2023, 11:03 Uhr
Letzte Änderung
Freitag, 03. Februar 2023, 11:03 Uhr