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А.С. Суворин в дневника С.И. Смирновой-Сазоновой (Часть 1)
(Новое литературное обозрение, 2014-12)
The article (Part I) is based on the impressive collection of previously unpublished diaries (69 notebooks, 32 973 pages) of Sofia Smirnova-Sazonova, writer and journalist (1852—1921). The diaries are kept in the Manuscript ...
Je me souviens de Beyrouth: Zeina Abirached's Perequian Practice
Review: ‘La Sepmaine’ de Du Bartas, ses lecteurs et la science du temps: en hommage à Yvonne Bellenger. Actes du Colloque international d'Orléans (12–13 juin 2014) by Denis Bjaï
(Modern Humanities Research Association, 2016-07-01)
The post-romantic syndrome: Reflections on work, wealth, and trade from Adam Müller to Ernst Jünger
The article presents an original, innovative and interdisciplinary contribution to intellectual history. It examines the intersections between economic and political thought, social philosophy, and aesthetics and literature ...
Subtending Relations: Bacteria, Geology and the Possible
(Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016-01-14)
With contributions from leading writers in contemporary thought this book is a crucial resource for studying cultural and art-theory and continental philosophy.
(Zed Books Ltd., 2016-11-05)
These essays tell us how he succeeded in that task.’ Arundhati Roy In this collection of essays on the work of, and conversations with, John Berger, thirty-seven of his friends, artistic collaborators and followers come ...
Politics, Protest, and Empowerment in Digital Spaces
(IGI Global, 2016-12-21)
Highlighting relevant coverage across topics such as online free expression, political campaigning, and online blogging, this book is ideally designed for government officials, researchers, academics, graduate students, ...
The Mood of Defeat
Thinking Language. Wilhelm von Humboldt now. Introduction
(Oxford University Press, 2017-01-02)
Humboldt's 'thinking language': Poetics and politics
(Oxford University Press, 2016-12-24)
The thesis I develop in this article, based on the Humboldtian tradition of Sprachdenken [thinking language], is that language is a paradigm for our ideas on the way communal life functions. If that is the case, our theory ...