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Contact, Historicity, Critique
Maria Margaroni; Apostolos Lampropoulos and Christakis Chatzichristou -
Apostolos Lampropoulos; Frances Restuccia; John Lechte; Judith Wambacq; William Watkin; Michael Beehler; Brendan Moran; Adnan Mahmutovic; Marios Constantinou; Gertrude Postl; Tina Chanter; S. K. Keltner; Kalliopi Nikolopoulou and Elena Tzelepis
and the feminine; memory, trace and the immemorial. The aim of the diverse – often polemical -- analyses carried out in this volume is to reactivate the critical force of textual tradition today through a renewed appreciation of its historical embeddedness, its libidinal sources, as well as its complex economy of separation and contact, diachronicity and synchronicity, (re)layering and de-layering.
This book will be of interest to scholars of Continental Philosophy, Literary Theory, Gender Studies, Architecture, Film and Visual Culture Studies, Psychoanalysis, Postmodernism, Post-colonial Studies, Political and Social Theory.
Size: 6 x 9
978-1-4985-0133-0 • Hardback • February 2017 •
978-1-4985-0134-7 • eBook • February 2017 •
TEXTURES: Philosophy / Literature / Culture
Philosophy / Essays
Philosophy / Social
Philosophy / Continental Philosophy
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Christos Hadjichristos is associate professor of architecture at the University of Cyprus.
Apostolos Lampropoulos is professor of comparative literary and cultural studies at the University Bordeaux Montaigne.
Maria Margaroni is associate professor in literary theory and feminist thought at the University of Cyprus.
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