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The Resource Genre Trajectories : Identifying, Mapping, Projecting, Edited by Natalia Rulyova, Garin Dowd, (electronic book ;)

Genre Trajectories : Identifying, Mapping, Projecting, Edited by Natalia Rulyova, Garin Dowd, (electronic book ;)

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Genre Trajectories : Identifying, Mapping, Projecting
Title
Genre Trajectories
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Identifying, Mapping, Projecting
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Edited by Natalia Rulyova, Garin Dowd
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Editor
Language
eng
Summary
This book provides a fresh interdisciplinary perspective on genre and identifies developments in genre studies in the early 21st century. Genre approaches are applied to examine a fascinating range of texts including ancient Greek poems, Holocaust visual and literary texts, contemporary Hollywood films, selfies, melodrama, and classroom practices
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non fiction
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  • Dowd, Garin
  • Rulyova, Natalia
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Genre Trajectories : Identifying, Mapping, Projecting, Edited by Natalia Rulyova, Garin Dowd, (electronic book ;)
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Publisher{u2019}s recommended alternative: 9781137505491, 2015
Contents
PART I: RE-ASSESSING THEORETICAL TRADITIONS: FROM ANCIENT GREECE TO BAKHTIN1. Philosophy's Broken Mirror: Genre Theory and the Strange Place of Poetry from Plato to Badiou-- Garin Dowd2. Remembering to Forget: the Role of Time, Space and Memory in Mikhail Bakhtin's Treatment of Language-- Michael Volek PART II: MEMORY, TESTIMONY, POLITICS 3. The Question of Genre in Holocaust Narrative: The Case of Patrick Modiano's Dora Bruder (1997)-- Beatrice Damamme-Gilbert4. Genre and Memory in Margareta Heinrich's and Eduard Erne's Totschweigen (1994) and Elfriede Jelinek's Rechnitz (Der Wurgeengel) (2008)-- Katya KrylovaPART III: REVISITING LITERARY GENRES: WRITING BACK/WRITING FORWARD5. The Muse Writes Back: Lyric Poetry and Female Poetic Identity-- Sarah Parker6. How (Not) to Translate an Unidentified Narrative Object or a New Italian Epic-- Timothy S. MurphyPART IV: VISUAL CULTURES: TECHNOLOGIES, INSTITUTIONS AND GENRES 7. Seduced by Art: the Problem of Photography-- Lesley Stevenson8. Vernacular Photographic Genres after the Camera Phone-- Peter Buse PART V: FILM GENRES: ENDURANCE AND TRANSFORMATION9. The Enduring Reach of Melodrama in Contemporary Film and Culture-- Michael Stewart10. Objects after Adolescence: Teen Film with Transition in Spring Breakers and The Bling Ring-- Erin K. StapletonPART VI: PEDAGOGIES: APPLICATIONS IN EDUCATION11. Student and Teacher Constructions of the 'Generic Contract' in High School Essays-- Anne Smedegaard12. Perceptions of Prior Genre Knowledge: A Case of Incipient Biliterate Writers in the EAP Classroom-- Natasha Artemeva and Donald N. Myles
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9781137505484
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272 p.
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electronic
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Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
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9781137505484
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9781137505484
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PDF.
Label
Genre Trajectories : Identifying, Mapping, Projecting, Edited by Natalia Rulyova, Garin Dowd, (electronic book ;)
Publication
Note
Publisher{u2019}s recommended alternative: 9781137505491, 2015
Contents
PART I: RE-ASSESSING THEORETICAL TRADITIONS: FROM ANCIENT GREECE TO BAKHTIN1. Philosophy's Broken Mirror: Genre Theory and the Strange Place of Poetry from Plato to Badiou-- Garin Dowd2. Remembering to Forget: the Role of Time, Space and Memory in Mikhail Bakhtin's Treatment of Language-- Michael Volek PART II: MEMORY, TESTIMONY, POLITICS 3. The Question of Genre in Holocaust Narrative: The Case of Patrick Modiano's Dora Bruder (1997)-- Beatrice Damamme-Gilbert4. Genre and Memory in Margareta Heinrich's and Eduard Erne's Totschweigen (1994) and Elfriede Jelinek's Rechnitz (Der Wurgeengel) (2008)-- Katya KrylovaPART III: REVISITING LITERARY GENRES: WRITING BACK/WRITING FORWARD5. The Muse Writes Back: Lyric Poetry and Female Poetic Identity-- Sarah Parker6. How (Not) to Translate an Unidentified Narrative Object or a New Italian Epic-- Timothy S. MurphyPART IV: VISUAL CULTURES: TECHNOLOGIES, INSTITUTIONS AND GENRES 7. Seduced by Art: the Problem of Photography-- Lesley Stevenson8. Vernacular Photographic Genres after the Camera Phone-- Peter Buse PART V: FILM GENRES: ENDURANCE AND TRANSFORMATION9. The Enduring Reach of Melodrama in Contemporary Film and Culture-- Michael Stewart10. Objects after Adolescence: Teen Film with Transition in Spring Breakers and The Bling Ring-- Erin K. StapletonPART VI: PEDAGOGIES: APPLICATIONS IN EDUCATION11. Student and Teacher Constructions of the 'Generic Contract' in High School Essays-- Anne Smedegaard12. Perceptions of Prior Genre Knowledge: A Case of Incipient Biliterate Writers in the EAP Classroom-- Natasha Artemeva and Donald N. Myles
Control code
9781137505484
Extent
272 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Isbn
9781137505484
Other control number
9781137505484
Other physical details
1 black and white.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.

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