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Mobility, space and subjectivity
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This study introduces Japanese-German author Yoko Tawada, employing theories of mobility as a framework through which to read her German-language literature. Mobility appears in Tawada"s writings in numerous forms: migration, colonial expansion, tourism and leisure travel, daily transportation, and the virtual movement of information along telecommunications highways. I argue that Tawada"s work provides readers with alternative frameworks for thinking about displacement which challenge the models of mobility and identity that underpin much reception of German-language transnational literature. My initial chapter examines major trends in this reception, illustrating how most studies focus on the debilitating effects of dislocation and how writers not easily identified with economic migration or diasporic communities are neglected. Chapter 2 discusses Tawada"s interest in the roles that landscapes, home, foreign territories and even tourist sites might play in the production of identities or, conversely, how subjects contribute to the social construction of spaces they inhabit. Chapter 3 discusses how Tawada"s Talisman critiques notions about the ethnographic value of transnational writing. Rather than offering information about Japanese-German identity, these autobiographical essays turn the ethnographic gaze on German culture, resisting ethnographic designs readers may have on the text. I also consider how Tawada"s reversal of the usual terms of ethnographic writing results in an interrogation of concepts of Heimat. Chapter 4 considers constellations of geography, language and travel in Uberseezungen, where Tawada questions the stakes for the contemporary traveling subject, as acts of travel become more uniform. I argue that Tawada locates the possibility for shifting modes of subjectivity not in geographic, but in linguistic dislocation. In Chapters 2 to 4, I also maintain that Tawada is not unique in her thematic preoccupations. I examine works by Biondi, Chiellino, Sideri, Ozdamar, Zaimoglu and Senocak to determine how they engage in questions of mobility, showing how the theoretical questions raised by Tawada"s work can be applied to transnational literature generally. In conclusion, I contend that expanding hitherto narrowly defined categories of migrant, exile, or diasporic literature to incorporate more diverse investigations of the interconnectedness of place, identity and language offers one way to realise the potential of non-territorial literary paradigms.
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In Überseezungen language takes on the qualities of space, and it is the experience of linguistic, not physical, mobility that has the most radical effect on subjectivity and embodiment. Virtual Travel.
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In Mobility, Space and Culture, Peter Merriman provides an important and timely contribution to the mobilities turn in the social sciences, encouraging academics to rethink the relationship between movement, embodied practices, space and place. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, drawing upon theoretical and empirical work from across.
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Disguising the Working Poor: Harman’s Caveat 4. Unsettled Subjectivity: The Virtual "I" Part 2 - The Case of Edward Barlow 5. "Not Well Settled in My Mind" 6. Space, Place, and Mobility in German Literary and Visual Culture Edited by Jaimey Fisher and Barbara Mennel Amsterdam-New York, NY there appeared on the German book market a publication entitled, Teutschland geognostisch geologisch dargestellt, and subjectivity has served as one of the more vital sites for the growing field.
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Both Longinovic and Hemon were born in Yugoslavia and watched from the United. Drawing on substantial theoretical and empirical research, the authors examine the emotional geographies of East Asian international education, and offer new analytical insights into the relations between emotions, nation and subjectivity.
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increasing mobility of individual capitals, which are able to relo- Space, Subjectivity, and Politics us directly to the political and normative/ethical aspects of space.
On one side, her book is replete with claims about the determining power and function of space and spatial forms: "Space affects how. Hence my teaching and research interests extend to the history of anthropology, indigenous cosmologies, decolonizing pedagogies, collaborative research methods, palaeogeology, and social and political theories of subjectivity and sovereignty.
My first book, Unsettling Mobility: Mediating Mi'kmaw Sovereignty in Post-Contact Nova Scotia ( Making Place, Making Self explores new understandings of place and place-making in late modernity, covering key themes of place and space, tourism and mobility, sexual difference and subjectivity.
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The Places We Share Migration, Subjectivity, and Global Mobility religious, and ethnic backgrounds. What they have in common is a connection to Morocco. It is from this shared space that they draw on personal stories, fieldwork, and literary and linguistic analysis to provide a critical, socially reflexive response to the conceptions of.
The phrase "spatial turns" signals the growing importance of space as an analytical as well as representational category for culture. The volume addresses such emerging modes of inquiry by bringing together, for the first time, essays that engage with spatial turns, spatiality, and the theoretical implications of both in the context of German culture, history, and theory.
• A reference to "omnitopic" eroticism in Karen Cunningham's book, Imaginary Betrayals: Subjectivity and the discourses of treason in early modern England. • An articulation of omnitopia to describe the internet's global reach in Robert Redeker's book, Inhuman: Internet, Education, and Humanity (trans., Philip Beitchman).The Global Mobility Project at Ohio State (#GlobalMobilityOSU) funded by the Humanities and Arts Discovery Theme invites applications for our grants programs for research and creative work on the topic of global shall consider research and creative project proposals on all aspects of mobility and migration, regardless of geographical, historical, or thematic focus.The space between home and the place of work or leisure is seen as a separate entity: the 'travel' for which one normally requires a means of transport.
Transport then is theorized as simply a way.