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Interrogating the Language of "Self" and "Other" in the History of Modern Christian Mission

They are “forms of life.” They are socially situated identities. They are, thus,
always and everywhere social products of social histories.97 History, Justo L.
Gonzalez argues that “the map of the church has changed. ... That is beginning to
affect ...

Author : Man-Hei Yip

Release : 2020-08-05

Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN : 1532674309

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This book offers a critical analysis of the use of language in mission studies. Language and Christian missionary activity intersect in complicated ways to objectify the other in cross-cultural situations. Rethinking missiological language is both urgent and necessary to subvert narratives that continue to fetishize the other as cultural stereotypes. The project takes a step forward to reconceptualize otherness as gift, and such an affirmation should create a pathway for human flourishing and furthermore, open new avenues for missiological exploration to address issues arising from a world dominated by bigoted discourses, lies, and hate speech.

Interrogating History

history , there was reliance on the Madala Panji , a chronicle of the Puri temple .
Subsequently , epigraphy played an important role . The names of Fleet and Man
Mohan Chakrabarti deserve mention for their emphasis on epigraphy for ...

Author : Hermann Kulke

Release : 2006

Publisher : Manohar

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This Felicitation Volume Concentrates Mainly On Herman Kulke`S Contributions On Indian History And Orissa In Particular. The Study Is Divided In Three Parts: Ways Of Questioning: Historians And Historiography, Issues In South And South-East Asian History, Politics Of Identity And Culture. Contributors Include Bhairabi Prasad Sahu, Dietmar Rothermund, Snigdha Tripathy, Ranabir Chakravarti, Upendra Singh, Ishita-Banerjee Dubey, Yaaminey Mubai, Biswamoy Pati, Georg Pfeffer, G.C. Tripathi Among Many Others.

Interrogating the Tradition

Hermeneutics and the History of Philosophy Director of the Vanderbilt Center for
Ethics and Distinguished Professor of ... So far as Hegel was concerned, part of
the problem with earlier histories of philosophy, especially those of the
eighteenth ...

Author : Director of the Vanderbilt Center for Ethics and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Charles E Scott

Release : 2000-01-06

Publisher : SUNY Press

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Constitutes a thoughtful survey of contemporary hermeneutics in its historical context.

Interrogating Incest

but it is a method opposed to traditional history. It does not seek to record the
progress and continuity of societies. It avoids the search for depth, avoids the
search for what 'really happened' underneath historical events, and locates its
analysis ...

Author : Vikki Bell

Release : 2002-09-11

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1134896530

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Winner of British Sociological Association Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 1993 Within feminism incest has often been subsumed under a discussion of sexual violence and abuse. Yet, important as this is, there has been little account of how feminist work itself relates to other ways of talking about and understanding incest. In Interrogating Incest Vikki Bell focuses on the issue of incest and its place in sociological theory, feminist theory and criminal law. By examining incest from a critical Foucauldian framework she considers how feminist discourse on incest itself fits into existing ways of talking about sex. Closely surveying the historical background to incest legislation and the theoretical issues involve, Vikki Bell delineates their practical implications and shows what uncomfortable questions and important dilemmas are raised by the criminalisation of incest.

Opening Acts

Performance In/as Communication and Cultural Studies Judith Hamera Judith A.
Hamera. III Interrogating Histories Introduction Judith Hamera I n “Making History
Go” (1998), the Part III: Interrogating Histories.

Author : Judith Hamera

Release : 2006

Publisher : SAGE

ISBN : 1412905583

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Opening Acts: Performance in/as Communication and Cultural Criticism offers new, rigorous ways to analyze communication and culture through performance. Editor Judith Hamera, along with a distinguished list of contributors, provides students with cutting-edge readings of everyday life, space, history, and intersections of all three, using a critical performance-based approach. This text makes three significant contributions to the field - it familiarizes readers with the core elements and commitments of performance-based analysis, links performance-based analysis to theoretical and analytical perspectives in communication and cultural studies, and provides engaging examples of how to use performance as a critical tool to open up communication and culture. offers new, rigorous ways to analyze communication and culture through performance. Editor Judith Hamera, along with a distinguished list of contributors, provides students with cutting-edge readings of everyday life, space, history, and intersections of all three, using a critical performance-based approach. This text makes three significant contributions to the field - it familiarizes readers with the core elements and commitments of performance-based analysis, links performance-based analysis to theoretical and analytical perspectives in communication and cultural studies, and provides engaging examples of how to use performance as a critical tool to open up communication and culture.

Hidden Histories of Gender and the State in Latin America

... the contribution of women's movements to this process, uncovering what had
indeed been a hidden history of female ... feminist political theorists were
interrogating the history of Western liberalism and critiquing the shortcomings of
liberal ...

Author : Maxine Molyneux

Release : 2000

Publisher : Duke University Press

ISBN : 9780822324690

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DIVCollection of essays which compares the gendered aspects of state formation in Latin Ameri can nations and includes new material arising out of recent feminist work in history, political science and sociology./div

A History of Histories

Ii was he who. in lilt: service i)j -,; systematic inquiry, history, was interrogating
them; not vice versa. Similarly, when he interrogated "overseas" Greeks and
perhaps "native informants" tor knowledge ot other parts of the world, as he must
have ...

Author : John Burrow

Release : 2008-04-08

Publisher : Vintage

ISBN : 0307268527

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Treating the practice of history not as an isolated pursuit but as an aspect of human society and an essential part of the culture of the West, John Burrow magnificently brings to life and explains the distinctive qualities found in the work of historians from the ancient Egyptians and Greeks to the present. With a light step and graceful narrative, he gathers together over 2,500 years of the moments and decisions that have helped create Western identity. This unique approach is an incredible lens with which to view the past. Standing alone in its ambition, scale and fascination, Burrow's history of history is certain to stand the test of time.

Interrogating Culture

Writing history from the perspective of the subaltern , and where possible , taking
into account his recorded experience , constitutes the project of the subaltern
historians in India . 24 An intense and at times acrimonious debate has taken
place ...

Author : Sarah Joseph

Release : 1998-12-14

Publisher : SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited

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Sarah Joseph critically analyzes various contemporary social and political theories including communitarian models of culture, Marx's views of culture and ideology, colonial discourse theory, and theories of modernity. She draws on the experience and political concerns of Third World societies like India in examining the relationship between culture and power while also exploring the political implications of communitarian interventions.

Indigenous Movements and Their Critics

Six. Interrogating. Official. History. As Guatemala moves from open warfare
toward peace, one might ask if the Pan-Maya movement deploys cultural
narratives not only to promote political change but also to heal and remake the
world for the ...

Author : Kay B. Warren

Release : 1998

Publisher : Princeton University Press

ISBN : 9780691058825

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In this first book-length treatment of Maya intellectuals in national and community affairs in Guatemala, Kay Warren presents an ethnographic account of Pan-Maya cultural activism through the voices, writings, and actions of its participants. Challenging the belief that indigenous movements emerge as isolated, politically unified fronts, she shows that Pan-Mayanism reflects diverse local, national, and international influences. She explores the movement's attempts to interweave these varied strands into political programs to promote human and cultural rights for Guatemala's indigenous majority and also examines the movement's many domestic and foreign critics. The book focuses on the years of Guatemala's peace process (1987--1996). After the previous ten years of national war and state repression, the Maya movement reemerged into public view to press for institutional reform in the schools and courts and for the officialization of a "multicultural, ethnically plural, and multilingual" national culture. In particular, Warren examines a group of well-known Mayanist antiracism activists--among them, Demetrio Cojt , Mart n Chacach, Enrique Sam Colop, Victor Montejo, members of Oxlajuuj Keej Maya' Ajtz'iib', and grassroots intellectuals in the community of San Andr s--to show what is at stake for them personally and how they have worked to promote the revitalization of Maya language and culture. Pan-Mayanism's critics question its tactics, see it as threatening their own achievements, or even as dangerously polarizing national society. This book highlights the crucial role that Mayanist intellectuals have come to play in charting paths to multicultural democracy in Guatemala and in creating a new parallel middle class.

A Companion to Modern British and Irish Drama, 1880 - 2005

... seen to be engaged in the political project of interrogating histories and
identities, and reimagining past and present. ... and because of recent history the
forum for much reflection, as Victor Merriman elucidates in chapter 1, is the
dramatic ...

Author : Mary Luckhurst

Release : 2008-04-15

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

ISBN : 0470751479

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This wide-ranging Companion to Modern British and Irish Drama offers challenging analyses of a range of plays in their political contexts. It explores the cultural, social, economic and institutional agendas that readers need to engage with in order to appreciate modern theatre in all its complexity. An authoritative guide to modern British and Irish drama. Engages with theoretical discourses challenging a canon that has privileged London as well as white English males and realism. Topics covered include: national, regional and fringe theatres; post-colonial stages and multiculturalism; feminist and queer theatres; sex and consumerism; technology and globalisation; representations of war, terrorism, and trauma.

Connecting Histories

The Francophone Caribbean boasts a trove of literary gems.

Author : Bonnie Thomas

Release : 2017-04-27

Publisher : Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN : 1496810589

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The Francophone Caribbean boasts a trove of literary gems. Distinguished by innovative, elegant writing and thought-provoking questions of history and identity, this exciting body of work demands scholarly attention. Its authors treat the traumatic legacies of shared and personal histories pervading Caribbean experience in striking ways, delineating a path towards reconciliation and healing. The creation of diverse personal narratives�encompassing autobiography, autofiction (heavily autobiographical fiction), travel writing, and reflective essay�remains characteristic of many Caribbean writers and offers poignant illustrations of the complex interchange between shared and personal pasts and how they affect individual lives. Through their historically informed autobiography, the authors in this study�Maryse Cond�, Gis�le Pineau, Patrick Chamoiseau, Edwidge Danticat, and Dany Laferri�re�offer compelling insights into confronting, coming to terms with, and reconciling their past. The employment of personal narratives as the vehicle to carry out this investigation points to a tension evident in these writers� reflections, which constantly move between the collective and the personal. As an inescapably complex network, their past extends beyond the notion of a single, private life. These contemporary authors from Martinique, Guadeloupe, and Haiti intertwine their personal memories with reflections on the histories of their homelands and on the European and North American countries they adopt through choice or necessity. They reveal a multitude of deep connections that illuminate distinct Francophone Caribbean experiences.

Interrogating Trauma

Bearing witness to the trauma of slavery in Kara Walker's videos: Testimony,
Eight Possible Beginnings, and I was transported Vivien Green Fryd Department
of History of Art, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA This essay shows that Kara
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Author : Mick Broderick

Release : 2013-09-27

Publisher : Routledge

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Throughout the past century, traumatic experiences have been re-enacted frequently by evolving media and art forms. Now there is a significant body of theory across academic disciplines focused on the representation of cataclysmic European and US historical events. However, less critical attention has been devoted to the representation of havoc outside the West, even though depictions of Third-World disasters saturate contemporary media and art around the globe. This book considers traumatic histories internationally in a broad range of creative arts and visual media representations. Deploying diverse applications of the conventional theories of trauma, it examines the theoretical limitations at the same time as considering alternative methodologies. Interrogating Trauma is concerned with the examination of the concept of trauma, and how it is (often unproblematically) used to theorise the cultural representation of disaster and atrocity. It offers a theorisation of trauma, in order to reappraise the relationship between cultural representation and the socio-historical processes which are marked by violence, conflict and suffering. This book was published as a special issue of Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

Interrogating Ethics

Fifth , the flesh of the body is a basis for a new sort of history . ... This more basic
principle stands in direct contrast to materialist histories that represent living
human individuals by empirical truths or by spatio - temporal knowledge about
such ...

Author : James Hatley

Release : 2006

Publisher : Duquesne

ISBN : 9780820703831

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"These essays focus on our embodied responsiveness to others, particularly as this is illuminated in the thought of French phenomenologist and psychologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty. Contributors discuss aesthetics, political theory, developmental and depth psychology, interfaith relations, literary criticism, feminist and ecological critique, phenomenological description and hermeneutical analysis"--Provided by publisher.

The Scriptural Religions, Histories, and Prophecies Analyzed and Examined

If so , we have this brigand chief in the most familiar manner interrogating the
deity , whether he shall go down to smite the Philistines , and the deity telling him
to go - and his banditti hesitating - interrogating the deity again , and requiring ...

Author : John William Willcock

Release : 1876

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Explaining the History of American Foreign Relations

... debates the saliency of modernist categories and assumptions about the
writing of history . Interrogating the borders of politics and power , of culture and
knowledge , is what this field - perhaps more than any other – should strive to do
best .

Author : Michael J. Hogan

Release : 2004-01-19

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 9780521540353

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Revised and updated introduction to American diplomatic history.

Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education

This question has triggered and underpinned my ongoing research on writing
genealogies as 'histories of the present' ... What both fields have in common,
however, is a vibrant area of 'critical studies' that keep interrogating what history
or ...

Author : Sara Delamont

Release : 2012-01-01

Publisher : Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN : 1849807299

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The Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education offers both basic and advanced discussions of data collection, analysis and representation of all the best qualitative methods used in educational research. It contains four comprehensive yet concise sections on perspectives, settings, data collection and data analysis and representation. Authors from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand contribute to a wide-ranging and provocative Handbook that will inspire novice researchers and re-invigorate experienced scholars. Its 44 well-documented chapters will serve academics and graduate students in educational research across all sectors of education from pre-school to graduate school, and all settings from formal to non-formal.

Interrogating contemporary Africa

Have you noticed the degree of collective amnesia in oral tradition when it comes
to the history of the slave trade era?5 We collect largely eyewitness accounts,
which can hardly take us, back more than 150 years. Some traditions such as in ...

Author : C. B. N. Ogbogbo

Release : 2008

Publisher :

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Interrogating Post-colonialism

Clearly , in this view , literary texts are more than mere illustrations of general
history , though they can exemplify or throw light on the inner logic ( or illogic ) of
events such as wars and conquests or emergent social movements . They can
also ...

Author : Harish Trivedi

Release : 1996

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Selected essays from an international conference organized by the Indian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies in collaboration with, and at, the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Simla, from 3 to 5 Oct. 1994.

Interrogating Orientalism

... utopianism ironically illustrates the unconscious dread and discomfort many “
liberals” feel with the actual lives and histories of marginalized groups. accepting
“alternative lifestyles” into the “cultural community”—giving GLBT citizens a place
 ...

Author : Diane Long Hoeveler

Release : 2006-01-01

Publisher : Ohio State University Press

ISBN : 0814210325

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Introduction : mapping orientalism : representations and pedagogies / Diane Long Hoeveler and Jeffrey Cass -- Interrogating orientalism : theories and practices / Jeffrey Cass -- The female captivity narrative : blood, water, and orientalism / Diane Long Hoeveler -- "Better than the reality" : the Egyptian market in nineteenth-century travel writing / Emily A. Haddad -- Colonial counterflow : from orientalism to Buddhism / Mark Lussier -- Homoerotics and orientalism in William Beckford's Vathek: liberalism and the problem of pederasty / Jeffrey Cass -- Orientalism in Disraeli's Alroy / Sheila A. Spector -- Teaching the quintessential Turkish tale : Montagu's Turkish embassy letters / Jeanne Dubino -- Representing India in drawing-room and classroom : or, Miss Owenson and "those gay gentlemen, Brahma, Vishnu, and Co." / Michael J. Franklin -- "Unlettered tartars" and "torpid barbarians" : teaching the figure of the Turk in Shelley and De Quincey / Filiz Turhan -- "Boundless thoughts and free souls" : teaching Byron's Sardanapalus, Lara, and The corsair / G. Todd Davis -- Byron's The giaour : teaching orientalism in the wake of September 11 / Alan Richardson -- Teaching nineteenth-century orientalist entertainments / Edward Ziter

Interrogating Racism in Qualitative Research Methodology

I refuse to be a part of your blind patriotic / acceptance ofla history of oppression .
... Due to the imbedded racism within U . S . society , the histories that are
documented usually represent people of color in a negative light and / or
marginalize ...

Author : Gerardo R. López

Release : 2003

Publisher : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

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The areas of race, class, and gender have generated increasing attention within the academy, providing a strong critique of the supposed neutrality of the research process. Interrogating Racism in Qualitative Research Methodology presents qualitative studies and essay reviews that connect these emerging theories to research and practice in the public schools as well as in institutions of higher education. Each chapter explores an emerging area of legal scholarship known as critical race theory and adopts a penetrating perspective that recognizes the normality and invisibility of racism in all aspects of society. This book explores the links between critical race theory and qualitative research methodology, and it interrogates how race connects and conflicts with other areas of difference and is never entirely absent from the research process.