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European J. of Pragmatism and American Philosophy     Open Access  
European journal of American studies     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
European journal of Turkish studies     Open Access   (Followers: 8)
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Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Face à face     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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  • It’s Just a Jump to the Right: The Tea Party’s Influence on
           Conservative Discourse

    • Authors: Richard D. Elliott
      Abstract: This study analyzes the correlation of rhetoric usage by members of Congress who were supported by the Tea Party political movement with changes in mainstream conservative political discourse. The rhetoric of these politicians after the Tea Party’s ascendance in the 2010 congressional elections was compared to the rhetoric used by the 2008, 2012, and 2016 Republican nominees to understand the correlation with other changes in conservative discourse. I studied this discourse shift using speech analysis to code for instances of negative discourse and establish a comparison between these election years while also noting rhetorical shifts evident among mainstream conservative politicians.
      PubDate: 2017-08-03
       
  • Dickinson’s Ear

    • Authors: Jefferey Simons
      Abstract: This essay pursues the reference to and role of hearing in Emily Dickinson’s poetry. To do so, it studies the 45 Dickinson poems with the singular noun Ear, in its transferred sense as a figure of aural perception. Reading these poems as a set lets us build a model of Dickinson’s Ear, and the model illuminates the interiorizing motion and the signature resonance in her poetic of hearing. The essay develops the model and the poetic in explication of the poems with Ear, and in its last section conceives the Dickinson auditorium, a space for hearing the sounds in her poetry. As it unfolds, the essay takes the measure of Dickinson’s aural senses of the world and of language, as they arise in poems evoking a wide range of experience.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • “Cancer was an alchemist”: Eve Ensler’s Experiences of Vulnerability
           in In the Body of the World

    • Authors: Pascale Antolin
      Abstract: This article analyzes Eve Ensler’s experiences of vulnerability as they are related in her 2013 memoir, In the Body of the World. While the book illustrates “traditional” or etymological vulnerability, resulting from trauma and cancer, it also exemplifies what American philosopher Erinn Gilson calls “epistemic vulnerability,” i.e. vulnerability not as weakness but as potential. As both illness and trauma narrative, Ensler’s memoir also offers an opportunity to question the dichotomy between disability and trauma studies.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • (Re)visiting Black Women and Girls in the Cinematic Hood: “Who you
           callin’ a hoe'”

    • Authors: Emma Horrex
      Abstract: This paper analyses two recent ghetto action movies: Dope (2015) and Straight Outta Compton (2015). It argues that in returning to the cinematic hood in 2015, it is necessary and logical to revisit literature surrounding Boyz N the Hood (1991) to assess if images of black women and girls have evolved in contemporary films. When the narrative is preoccupied with the black boys in the hood, are they still raised by their single black (angry) mothers and are young black women still left to question “Who you callin’ a hoe'” These questions will be answered through an examination of the representations of gender and race in all three films.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • “Un-American Confessions”: Translation as Subversion in Robert
           Lowell’s Life Studies (1959)

    • Authors: Simon Van Schalkwyk
      Abstract: This article argues that Robert Lowell’s employment of techniques of poetic "imitation" - a liberal form of translation - during the composition of the Life Studies poems allows him to simultaneously stage and to conceal his reliance upon foreign poetic sources. Lowell’s Life Studies imitations thus represent an attempt to “cover-up” poetic collusions with foreign sources at a time when cold war “containment culture” and the specter of McCarthyism threatened to render any such collusion increasingly suspect, if not entirely “Un-American.” The Life Studies imitations, by this account, offer furtive testimony to Lowell’s potentially subversive poetic preoccupation and engagement with cold war cultural anxieties circulating around terms such as containment, conspiracy, domesticity, paranoia, security, secrecy.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • Martin Luther King’s Reaction to the Cuban Missile Crisis

    • Authors: Leonardo Campus
      Abstract: This research article deals for the first time with the reaction of Martin Luther King Jr. to the Cuban missile crisis of October 1962. In doing so, it also presents a document of special relevance: the draft of a previously-unknown private letter from dr. King to President Kennedy, in which the civil rights leader praised Kennedy’s management of that crucial nuclear confrontation between US and USSR and saw in it the potential for détente. The paper reflects on the elements currently available for the interpretation of this piece of evidence and, with regard to the relationship between the two leaders, it argues that the way Kennedy handled the Cuban crisis may well have played a role in Dr. King’s reassessment of Kennedy’s evolving qualities of leadership - a view that King will further develop over the course of 1963 (in the most fruitful months of their cooperation) and will express after Dallas.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • Towards a Queer Futurity: New Trans Television

    • Authors: Ralph J. Poole
      Abstract: While gay and lesbian characters have a steady presence in American television series by now, this is not the case with transgender persons. Although there is a significant number of shows with such characters, sometimes even in leading roles, this still is a marginal phenomenon. Casting debates, depictions of sexual violence and transphobic harassment, generational conflicts, non-normative sexuality, and family constellations are amongst the most pronounced issues to be discussed, when asking for a queer futurity that these series possibly envision. Have series such as Transparent, Orange Is the New Black, The L-Word, or Hit & Miss started to exploit such a potential' The paper aims at both an assessment of the status quo of transgender representations in current television series and at evaluating their respective aesthetic and political potential for a re-queering the American nation under the sign of transgenderism.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • (Un)homely Dwellings: The Usher House and the Collyer Mansion

    • Authors: Theodora Tsimpouki
      Abstract: In this paper, I analyze E. L. Doctorow’s 2009 novel, Homer & Langley, through the lens of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “The Fall of the House of Usher.” While there has been a recurring claim about the significant similarities of Doctorow’s work to some of the tales by Edgar Allan Poe, there has been no critical reading that draws the connection between this novel and Poe’s famous tale. Doctorow deftly manipulates Poe’s favorite gothic connection between architectural construction and the psychological experience of characters to explore notions of home and domesticity in an increasingly urban America through a reconfiguration of the legendary Homer and Langley Collyer. In Doctorow’s novel, the Collyer brothers are not the obsessed hoarders or the models of American consumerism par excellence, as the urban myth describes them. On the contrary, they become paradigms of dwelling with alertness in the Heideggerian sense, the embodiment of an escapist mentality in a culture driven by ...
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • “Reinvent America and the World”: How Lawrence Ferlinghetti and City
           Lights Books Cultivated an International Literature of Dissent

    • Authors: Gioia Woods
      Abstract: American poet and publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti became a Cold War conduit for the publication and proliferation of postwar avant-garde and dissident poetry. In this essay I tell the story of how Ferlinghetti and his bookstore and press City Lights in San Francisco, California helped popularize international dissident poetry in the United States. This effort, I argue, was contingent upon the relationships Ferlinghetti cultivated with many international poets and translators between 1954-1972. From archival sources such as Ferlinghetti’s personal letters and City Lights Books records, I construct a narrative that reveals the perils and pleasures of translating, editing, and publishing dissident poetry during the Cold War.
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
  • “I Am Your Faggot Anti-Pope”: An Exploration of Marilyn Manson
           as a Transgressive Artist

    • Authors: Coco d’Hont
      Abstract: This article explores how Marilyn Manson functions as a transgressive artist, in order to demonstrate how his persona, music, and music videos cross social, cultural and moral boundaries. In contrast to existing definitions of transgression as a synonym for the breaking of taboos, commonly used in critical interrogations of extreme music, I define transgression as the (re)construction of social order by means of boundary negotiation. I therefore do not read Manson’s work as political radicalism or anti-social shock, but as a creative process which (re)constructs the ideologies it appears to attack. The article explores three areas in which this (re)constructive aspect of transgression is most evident. Firstly, I explore how Manson’s work functions as a liminal rite-de-passage for adolescents to facilitate a successful transition into adulthood. Secondly, I study how Manson crossed over into the mainstream during the Mechanical Animals-era, and how his relationship with the media aff...
      PubDate: 2017-08-02
       
 
 
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