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Journal Cover Mosaic : a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature
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   ISSN (Print) 0027-1276 - ISSN (Online) 1925-5683
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  • Introduction
    • Abstract: This is a Mosaic issue that took more than sixteen years to put together. It astonishes me that sixteen years have passed since Mary Ann Caws and I talked together in the Princeton Club, a warm conversation, before a welcome warm fire, on a February day when Manhattan streets were ankle-deep in icy water. As I read our conversation now—transcribed and originally published in the September 2001 issue of Mosaic, the first interview in what would become the journal’s “Crossings” series—I am astonished again: the interview is so interesting that I find myself making notes as I read, as if I were in an archive and had unexpectedly come upon a remarkable text. Let’s say that, although I participated in all of these ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Rebecca Comay
    • Abstract: So here we are at the Fort Garry Hotel in Winnipeg on October 28th welcoming Rebecca Comay after her wonderful public lecture last night. Let’s begin, Rebecca, by introducing you briefly to Mosaic readers, some of whom may not know of you and your work. Might you tell us where you studied and how you came to locate yourself at the University of Toronto between comparative literature and philosophy?Well, I had a stint at pretty hardcore philology—about as far away from philosophy I could get. My first degree was in Classics and Philosophy. While studying Greek, I became obsessed with learning other ancient languages and moved over into Hebrew and Egyptian and other Near Eastern languages. I flipped around for a ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • “We Haven’t Left the Body”: An Interview with Mary Ann
           Caws
    • Abstract: It’s the name of your book, The Surrealist Look, that might give us a place to start. Can we talk for a minute about this look; this male look, this male looking at the female, always the female as body and as a body-in-parts, dressed or undressed? “Ribald reductions” is the way you put it. Is the male surrealist look something we can define only in relation to a female body in parts?That’s a fascinating question because, of course, Breton was vaguely homophobic, so the idea of a male looking at a male would have been appalling to him. And I think that the reason I did this book was in part that I was interested in how a female would look at Surrealist art—clearly not the way Breton looked at women, which is hard ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • “Bodily Charm”: An Interview with Linda Hutcheon and Michael
           Hutcheon
    • Abstract: Linda and Michael, let me say how pleased I am to be able to talk with you for a few minutes about Bodily Charm: Living Opera. I’d like to begin by discussing the book as a work, an important work, in cultural history of the body. What I take to be the book’s central argument is in itself of enormous significance for the understanding of the body’s history in modern Western culture. I’m referring here to the disembodied voice. Throughout the last century, you say that “we have witnessed the progressive disembodiment of voice, thanks to the telephone, radio, phonograph, film, television, tape recorder (audio and video), CD technology, and, most recently, electronic media.” Audio technologies that deliver an ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Bill Spanos In Conversation
    • Abstract: I’d like to start with the idea of conversation Avital Ronell works with in her book Dictations: On Haunted Writing. It’s an idea that relates to your work, Bill, especially in America’s Shadow, on the trope of reifying vision. “Conversing with you I no longer see you,” Ronell writes, “I am not even looking for you: I am oriented toward you, generously” (xiii) in the manner of being-with. The interviewer’s conversation would be governed by, to use Ronell’s words, “fundamental dissymmetry” and the “rule of non-requital,” these as “markers of the condition of separation that keeps it going” (xii). Conversation—in this interview—has nothing to do with memorializing a subject or thinking an object. Conversation as ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Translation/citation: An Interview with John P. Leavey, Jr.
    • Abstract: “No beginning is simple.” I cite you, I think. Citation at the beginning, as a place to start. Glas begins with citation (“For us, here, now”). You comment on this in your essay in Glassary: “This (then) will not have been a book…” (48bc). The title of your essay is, of course, a citation; the essay begins by citing first Mallarmé, then Blanchot. Do you consider translation a work of citation, of passages of another’s work, of others’ names?I don’t see how one could argue that a translation isn’t citation. I wrote an essay on the text Pas, in which I address the problem of translation as citation. What I am concerned with in the essay, entitled “Countersignatures: Translation and Pas,” is the way that citation is ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Roundtable on Interdisciplinarity
    • Abstract: To begin this last session of what has been a most significant conference, let me say that I’m struck by the way each of the plenary sessions—Sander Gilman’s, Linda and Michael Hutcheon’s, and Helen Tiffin’s—opened the question of interdisciplinarity by way of a discussion of disease. Sander, you spoke about Kafka’s tumour; Linda and Michael discussed syphilis and cholera as operatic diseases; and Helen talked about mad cow and foot-and-mouth disease. Why the focus on disease in a conference on interdisciplinarity? What’s going on?Well, you may have noticed that all of us are older than twenty-five [laughter].Some not much!Some not much, some not much, some barely over twenty-five. Yet age does play a role in the ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • An Interview with Álvaro Siza
    • Abstract: preamble: n. a preliminary statement or an introductory part stating the reasons and intent of what follows; v. lit., to walk before, hence to travel, over, f. L ambulare, to go about, take a turn, make a tour—walk.How to prepare for, preface, an interview with Álvaro Siza Vieira? As well as reading, I walked. In the first place, in Barcelona, it was a tour through the imagination of Antoni Gaudí: Parc Güell, Casa Batelló, Casa Milà, and, especially, the Church of the Sagrada Família, that unfinishable poem. During the Spanish Civil War, all fifty-eight of the churches of Barcelona were burned, save, of course, the Sagrada Família: cast in cement, it survived the petrol to become part of the ravaged Spain that ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Aritha van Herk
    • Abstract: I want to open this discussion of boundary and boundary crossing, particularly between the critical and the creative, by referring to a conversation involving myself, Bill Spanos, and Robert Kroetsch that is published in the December 2001 Mosaic special issue Haunting I: The Specter [34.4]. At one point in that conversation, Kroetsch remarks that, when he and Spanos were founding the postmodern journal boundary 2, roughly around the time when Pound was saying “Make it new,” he, Kroetsch, believed, wrongly, that poetry would be the means, the mode, of crossing the boundary from boundary 1, if you like, to boundary 2. “We were looking,” Kroetsch says, “for the genre, or the form that would enable us to cross. It ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Erín Moure
    • Abstract: I like the word pilgriming, wandering. In Peregrinations, Jean-François Lyotard says that writing (painting, thinking) is a kind of wandering between clouds. Does wandering or “pilgriming” relate to (your) poetics?“Wandering” I like. “Pilgriming,” I’m not so sure of. “Pilgrim,” to me, bears with it a notion that goes somewhere else than wandering.Whereas Lyotard’s “peregrinations” are wanderings in thought, no? “Les pensées sont les nuages”—not a wandering in physical territory, but a wandering in thought that is philosophy’s movement (and that is not constitutive of “having a critical theory”). This echoes Wordsworth, of course, curiously: “I wandered lonely as a cloud.” I prefer the word peregrinate; perhaps it ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with David Farrell Krell
    • Abstract: “Crossings” is the title of a series of Mosaic interviews that explores intersections of the critical and creative, their chiasmic relation, what you described to me once and better as “this strange double position of philosophy and fiction.” Let me start with a question that I know is too big: how do you account for this strange double? Is this doubling a folding of literature into philosophy such that, as you put it in Lunar Voices, literature is philosophy’s “duplicitous twin”?You start with an easy question [laughs]! I love the play on double, doubling, and duplicity. A lot of the work I’ve been doing on Schelling’s reception of Greek tragedy has to do with the multiple senses of the double. Doubling always ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with John Sallis
    • Abstract: “Before I begin—”: I would like to open our discussion by citing a question you pose in your response essay, “… A Wonder That One Could Never Aspire To Surpass,” in The Path of Archaic Thinking: Unfolding the Work of John Sallis. The question is this: “How is one to recall a way gone?” (244). Might I put this question to you as an invitation to reflect on the trajectory of your own work, particularly as to the “crossings” and “doublings” your work has addressed and always enacted?Let me begin with the case of painting, with a certain crossing that I have ventured from philosophy to painting. One of the things that motivated me to start writing about painting a few years ago was a certain dissatisfaction with ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Rodolphe Gasché
    • Abstract: Recently, I have been re-reading Jacques Derrida’s Of Grammatology. It is astonishing to think that Derrida published this in 1967, along with two other major books of that year, that, at so early a stage, he could anticipate what would prove to be his life-work, that he could analyze metaphysics in a way it had not been analyzed before. It is difficult to cut into the book and extract a statement from it, but I will try to do just that, citing from the section where Derrida reads texts on linguistics that were written by Ferdinand de Saussure. In these pages, Derrida attempts to detach his notion of the “trace” from the classical concept of the “sign” and from Saussure’s privileging of the “natural bond” between ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Peggy Kamuf
    • Abstract: The occasion for this interview is significant: you are in Winnipeg on the second day of October 2008 to give a Distinguished Visiting Lecturer address at the University of Manitoba. You hold the Marion Frances Chevalier Chair of French and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California, and I am assuming that you will have something to say about literature, perhaps also comparative literature, in your Distinguished Lecture tonight. In any case, as I drove down here this morning, I was thinking about Derrida saying that we cannot treat “literature” as a proper name. What do you take this to mean?Well, first of all, thank you very much. I am really delighted to be here. It is beautiful in Winnipeg ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Kristin Linklater
    • Abstract: Kristin, you were born in Edinburgh but grew up in Orkney: did you know from early on, during your childhood in a very vocal family, that voice would become your passion?Heavens no! My father had a big voice, which he used copiously and sometimes with considerable emotional effect: he shouted at us quite a lot. My mother shouted back, so there was a lot of very articulate shouting in my childhood life. My father was a writer, a novelist; he loved words, and even when he was in the height of rage, for instance, with my mother because she had once again not boiled the potatoes to exactly the right degree of softness, he would throw the potatoes, and then say something extremely elaborate about her inability to cook. ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: A Conversation with Alphonso Lingis
    • Abstract: You have recently returned from Indonesia. Can you tell us something about your travel experiences there?I went there with a friend, a documentary filmmaker, who made a documentary on refugees from Myanmar into Thailand, a documentary on Mexican immigrants in Tennessee, and another on trance in Haiti. But we did not go to do a project. We went to Tana Toraja, an area high in the mountains of the island of Sulawesi. The Toraja people have a very distinctive culture. They build the most beautiful houses I have ever seen in any community. They are high, built on piles, with enormous soaring roofs of many, many layers of split bamboo. The entire structure is embossed and painted. Of course, in the towns there are some ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Nicholas Royle
    • Abstract: First of all, on this, the 21st day of October 2013, welcome to Winnipeg, Nicholas Royle! Did you tell me that you have some family connections here?My grandfather, William McAdam, and his wife, Emily, came here in 1919 after WWI. He had been a horse vet in the war and he came out here to farm. He was here for three years and then I think the harvest failed in the autumn of 1922, so he took himself off to Chicago looking for work, got involved in building skyscrapers, then quite quickly discovered he suffered from vertigo. After which he headed back to Scotland, I believe, to his brother’s farm.Where did he farm?When he was here in Canada he farmed at Clandeboye, close to Lake Winnipeg. When he returned to Scotland ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossings: An Interview with Michael Naas
    • Abstract: So here we are, Michael Naas and I in Chicago on April 25, 2014.Let me start, Michael, with Starts, which is a great title for that inaugural edition of the Oxford Literary Review, the re-launched issue, Volume 30.1 (2008), where you refer to the journal title as an “old new name” and cite the expression “old new” that Derrida uses in a 1983 interview, in Points… Interviews, 1974-1994, reminding me just how well you know Derrida’s work and how profoundly he and his work inhabit and inform your own. I am wondering how you first encountered Derrida’s work, and then Derrida, or was it the other way around?First, thank you so much, Dawne, for this invitation. I very much appreciate the opportunity to talk with you ... Read More
      Keywords: Dykstra, Katelyn; Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,; Comay, Rebecca; McCance, Dawne,; Kant, Immanuel,; Hutten, David; Caws, Mary Ann; Hutcheon, Linda,; Hutcheon, Michael,; Heidegger, Martin,; Spanos, William V.; Leavey, John P.,; Siza, Alvaro,; Archite
      PubDate: 2017-03-21T00:00:00-05:00
      Issue No: Vol. 30.1 (2017)
       
 
 
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