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The Culture of Time and Space, 1880-1918

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Viral Modernism reveals the literary and cultural impact of one of the deadliest plagues in history, the influenza pandemic of —, bringing to light how it shaped canonical works of fiction and poetry. And what do we learn when we listen for it? Viral Modernism resuscitates the buried stories of the — influenza pandemic in relation to modernist literary form. The voices that surface through the exquisite readings of this well-researched, well-argued study offer insight not only into the tragic experience of this devastating disease but also into how those affected use literary and cultural forms to make sense of that experience, hence into the nature of storytelling itself. Sarah Cole, author of Inventing Tomorrow: H. Wells and the Twentieth Century : Elizabeth Outka answers a question that has hardly been asked, let alone answered: where is the flu in modernism? It is one of those books whose importance is written into its DNA.

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Stephen Kern: The Culture of Time and Space 1880-1918

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From Hierarchy to Anarchy pp Cite as. T he discourse of International Relations, or at least that part of it concerned with the nature and evolution of the states-system, constructs theory on the grounds of the territorial a priori. In this chapter I want to propose an alternative understanding of territory that counters the claims inherent in the territorial a priori. First, against the assertion that territory is an objective material resource, I want to recast it as an idea, a component of the social imaginary that is produced in discourse. Third, I question the assumption that territory is a universal feature of human society shared by all political communities. Rather, I shall suggest that since the territorial imaginary is a cultural product it changes as societies develop new representations and understandings of their being-in-space.

A global scenario pioneer charts a path to an organic planetary civilization, a vision that opens before us as both possibility and exigency in an interdependent and dangerous century. We have entered the Planetary Phase of Civilization. Strands of interdependence are weaving humanity and Earth into a single community of fate—the overarching proto-country herein christened Earthland. In the unsettled twenty-first century, the drama of social evolution will play out on a world stage with the perils many and dark premonitions all too plausible. Still, a Great Transition to a planetary civilization of enriched lives and a healthy planet remains possible.

stephen kern, the culture of time and space.pdf

Access options available:. Indeed, one cannot ask a book to be something other than what it attempts to be; nevertheless TheFemaleBody in WesternCulturehides behind a typically academic descriptive style and does not giveuseful insight into how women might escape from being women instead of women. Or, if we must conclude that the proclivity to representation is a human inevitability, how then can women forge their own representations and not capitulate to livingthe obvious-through representations? There are great lessons to be learned from this one small point, since discourse is a human inevitability.

The Culture of Time and Space, 1880-1918

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