2 edition of Culture and the imagination found in the catalog.
Culture and the imagination
Stuttgart Seminar in Cultural Studies (3rd 1993 Stuttgart, Germany)
|Statement||director, Heide Ziegler.|
|LC Classifications||E169.Z82 S78 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||213 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||95157203|
Great Picture Books to Spark Imagination. Octo Septem Pernille Ripp. Whether it is to become less lonely, to find a friend, or to simply create – imagination is a huge theme of many amazing picture books at the moment. Behold some of my new, and not so new, favorites for inspiring students to use their imagination. Walter Brueggemann’s The Prophetic Imagination is perhaps the best-known of the seemingly countless books of a writing and publishing career that has seen him established as one of the most prolific of contemporary Old Testament theologians. In its second edition, The Prophetic Imagination has sold more than 1 million copies, but this year marks the 40th anniversary of its initial.
Few ideas are as important and pervasive in the discourse of the twentieth century as the idea of culture. Yet culture, Christopher Herbert contends, is an idea laden from its inception with ambiguity and contradiction. In Culture and Anomie, Christopher Herbert conducts an inquiry into the historical emergence of the modern idea of culture that is at the same time an extended critical. Conor McCarthy, author of Seamus Heaney and the Medieval Imagination Britain's pre-Conquest past and its culture continues to fascinate modern writers and artists. From Henry Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Reader to Seamus Heaney's Beowulf, and from high modernism to the musclebound heroes of comic book and Hollywood, Anglo-Saxon England has been a Cited by: 4.
Tom Wolfe's The Kingdom of Speech adds to a growing body of popular books on the topic of how language, thought, and culture influence one John Wilson. Currently my favorite book on theology and race, "The Christian Imagination" does a masterful job of showing how Christianity is made synonymous with the work and logic of colonialism. Jennings argues that Christianity functions inside of a diseased social imagination that is inept to rethink its relationship to place, language, and intimacy/5.
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Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination represents a call for greater clarity about what we’re fighting for—not just what we’re fighting against. Across more than thirty examples from social movements around the world, this casebook proposes “civic imagination” as a framework that can help us identify, support, and practice new kinds of communal : Paperback.
Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination represents a call for greater clarity about what we’re fighting for—not just what we’re fighting against. Across more than thirty examples from social movements around the world, this casebook proposes “civic imagination” as a framework that can help us identify, support, and practice new kinds of communal : Hardcover.
Organized in four main sections, the Handbook of Imagination and Culture first examines the history and extension of the concept of imagination, its proximity to creativity, and the methodology used to approach More. Imagination is a core driver of human development as well as social transformation.
Long ignored in psychology, imagination enjoys renewed interest in developmental and sociocultural approaches to mind and culture. Venice and the Cultural Imagination book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In the era of the Grand Tour, Venice was the cultural /5. Imagination allows individuals and groups to think beyond the here-and-now, to envisage alternatives, to create parallel worlds, and to mentally travel through time.
Imagination is both extremely personal (for example, people imagine unique futures for themselves) and deeply social, as our imagination is fed with media and other shared representations.
As a result, imagination occupies a. In Cultural Apologetics: Renewing the Christian Voice, Conscience, and Imagination in a Disenchanted World, author Paul Gould suggests that knowing how to respond to spiritual seekers involves more than just answering a checklist of objections.
Rather, contemporary apologetics demands understanding the cultural zeitgeist/5(26). But the main problem I have with the book is that its perspective is limited to the Middle East, and more particularly to Egypt and those cultures heavily influenced by Egypt.
I'm interested in ancient Indian cultures, in Chinese culture, in Persian/Iranian culture, and, to some much more limited extent, in the cultures of the Americas/5(4). Culture contains only those ideas that have been manifested objectively, at least in a fleeting way.
Culture originates in the imagination, but its existence must also be physical, objective, so as to move from one mind to another. A writer puts words onto a page; years later, a reader harvests them. Cultural History and Literary Imagination Edited By Christian J. Emden and David Midgley This series promotes critical inquiry into the relationship between the literary imagination and its cultural, intellectual or political contexts.
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The book takes into account the triggers of imagination, the content of imagination, and the outcomes of imagination. At the heart of the model is the interplay between the individual and culture; an exploration of how the imagination, as something very personal and subjective, grows out of our shared culture, and how our shared culture can be Cited by: History and Imagination: Tamil Culture in the Global Context A TSAR Book: Editors: R.
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Across more than thirty examples from social movements around the world, this casebook proposes “civic imagination” as a framework that can help us identify, support, and practice new.
The Decolonization of the Imaginationpaves the way for a truly global cultural politics. A distinguished cast of contributors, from both North and South, looks at the relations between culture and power, domination and the imagination in a variety of contexts.
Part one explores colonial imaginaries by unpacking the imageries and discourses of domination from the nineteenth century to.
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Reinventing Africa: Museums, Material Culture and Popular Imagination in Late Victorian and Edwardian EnglandCited by: Pulling together a collection of richly informative essays Rethinking Imagination addresses competing sets of ideas, oscillating between the modern and post-modern, creativity and sublimity, progress and apocalypse, democracy and redemption Enlightenment and Romanticism and reason and imagination.
Aiming to thematise these debates from the perspective of the imagination, Rethinking Imagination.