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Untranslatables: A World System

Emily Apter
2009 New Literary History  
In Graphs, Maps, Trees, the political purpose of literary history seems less evident than Moretti's scientific ends: "while recent literary theory was turning for inspiration towards French and German  ...  Whether or not one is fully persuaded by Moretti's literary examples, his focus on the diversification and speciation of literary forms highlights critical issues and questions for the study of world literature  ... 
doi:10.1353/nlh.0.0055 fatcat:auusq5m4l5bnrotbgjv3ldwx4a

From Spatial Turn to GIS-Mapping of Literary Cultures

Marko Juvan
2015 European Review  
today appears to form the horizon of our concerns, our theory, our systems, is not an innovation; space itself has a history in Western experience and it is not possible to disregard the fatal intersection  ...  deep and long-lasting influence on the socio-economic and cultural history of a given area. 7, 8 It was Georg Simmel who, as early as 1903, pointed out that, rather than as a natural and pre-given container  ...  towards the innovative themes and forms available in French and Russian realist fiction (36, 151-58).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1062798714000568 fatcat:f4k7c7pvmfclfa5zjulufpy4hq

Thomas Gray, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and geographical information systems: A literary GIS of two Lake District tours

Ian N. Gregory, David Cooper
2009 International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing: A Journal of Digital Humanities  
David Cooper's research focuses on the literature of place and space, with a particular emphasis on the spatial history of the Lake District.  ...  This paper reports on a pilot project that created a GIS of two textual accounts of tours of the Lake District: Thomas Gray's 1769 excursion and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's self-styled 'circumcursion' of  ...  Acknowledgements: The work in this paper was funded by the British Academy under award SG46004 "Literary mapping of the Lakes: A pilot for a humanities GIS." Thanks to Zoe Bolton, Dr. Sally  ... 
doi:10.3366/ijhac.2009.0009 fatcat:2ez6h36hd5f4vosneb3kjkcila

Notes [chapter]

2021 Infectious Liberty  
For Moretti's reflections on his desire to make literary history scientific, see Moretti, Graphs, Maps, Trees, 1-2. ). 49. Moretti, Graphs, Maps, Trees, 8. 50.  ...  See Franco Moretti's Signs Taken for Wonders, 262-78; "The Slaughterhouse of Literature," Modern Language Quarterly 61, no. 1 (2000): 207-27; Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for a Literary History  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780823294619-010 fatcat:bcapmaimpvdlxcgodvvhipjknm

Booms, Busts, and the World of Ideas: Enrollment Pressures and the Challenge of Specialization

David Kaiser
2012 Osiris  
The most prominent has been nicknamed the "cobweb" model, based on the pattern sketched out on a graph of wages versus workforce.  ...  The journalistic coverage, on the other hand, leaned toward the sensationalistic.  ... 
doi:10.1086/667831 fatcat:cnde5sewi5hozox3w35pthk2qa

Economic women: essays on desire and dispossession in nineteenth-century British culture

2014 ChoiceReviews  
Index • vii • figuRE 2.1 Free Trade Bazaar at Covent Garden Theater figuRE 2.2 Stall at the Free Trade Bazaar figuRE 2.3 The Leeds stall, using the space of a theater box, with a table set up below figuRE  ...  Stephenson figuRE 4.1 Nightingale's Diagram of the Causes of Mortality in the  ...  (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1994). 4 See  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-6030 fatcat:htplt22zwveajmnj2vomqnu6qq

Rethinking Rome as an Anthology: The Poeti der Trullo's Street Poetry

Giovanni Pietro Vitali
2018
The activity of the Poeti der Trullo, which blends the tradition of Roman graffiti and Pasquinate with the urban culture of slam poetry, shows a poetic resistance towards the image of contemporary society  ...  Through a simple gesture such as writing a poetic message on a wall, these young performers reveal the strength of a cultural tradition that discloses a new act of resistance which has a pragmatic effect  ...  Adding a layer of themes to the previous Gephi graph creates the one below, with new nodes and edges: G. P.  ... 
doi:10.6092/issn.2532-8816/8161 fatcat:v7cbr3bbbfgzjofvrgps6lu3xm

Behaviorism and literary modernity, 1913-2009

Joshua Gang
2012
Where some modernists said that literary forms offered unique access to mental states, others came to understand form itself as a behavior with iii no necessary ties to consciousness.  ...  Behaviorism and Literary Modernity, 1913-2009" constructs a history of twentiethcentury literature by examining how writers incorporated behaviorism's arguments against consciousness into discussions of  ...  Building on these ideas, Richards theorized a model of literary criticism that would do two things.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3xp73p7 fatcat:kc2hndbqoraxrltx3nz7qd36va

Culture^2

(:Unkn) Unknown, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin, Frank Kelleter, Alexander Starre
2022
Instead, it is a reflexive exercise in cultural studies, featuring fifteen accessible essays on a selection of critical key works published since 2000.  ...  The contributors aim to provide readers with a fresh and engaging look at recent criticism, exploring the interdisciplinary traffic of theories, methods, and ideas within the field of cultural and literary  ...  stories in order to believe We tell ourselves stories in order to achieve We tell ourselves stories in order to deceive We tell ourselves stories in order to retrieve So, dear Reader, let me tell you a  ... 
doi:10.17169/refubium-34193 fatcat:gavvgv3ecvh2jkfaadsfghxzzu

Borderwork: Feminist Engagements with Comparative Literature

Margaret R. Higonnet
1994
A complete list of titles in the series appears at the end of the book  ...  The series publishes books on all aspects of feminist theory and textual practice.  ...  of the Grace Building on the fortieth floor.  ... 
doi:10.7298/8gbx-v922 fatcat:a2enfjlxizguxe25m2wzgt3shy