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Over the Wall/After the Fall : Post-Communist Cultures Through an East-West Gaze - Sibelan Forrester

Over the Wall/After the Fall

Post-Communist Cultures Through an East-West Gaze

By: Sibelan Forrester (Editor)

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Over the Wall/After the Fall maps a new discourse on the evolution of cultural life in Eastern Europe following the end of communism. Departing from traditional binary views of East/West, the contributors to this volume consider the countries and the peoples of the region on their own terms. Drawing on insights from cultural studies, gender theory, and postcolonial studies, this lively collection addresses gender issues and sexual politics, consumerism, high and popular culture, architecture, media, art, and theater. Among the themes of the essays are the Western pop success of Bulgarian folk choirs, the Czechs' reception of Frank Gehry's unconventional building in the center of Prague, bohemians in Lviv, and cryptographic art installations from Bratislava.

How I found Eastern Europe : televisual geography, travel sites, and museum installations / Andaluna Borcila -- The nation in between ; or, why intellectuals do things with words / Elena Gapova -- Prenzlauer Berg connections : the trajectory of East German samizdat culture from socialism to capitalism / Lisa Whitmore -- Reading transparent "constructions of history" ; or, Three passages through (in)visible Warsaw / Magdalena Zaborowska -- Can Prague learn from L.A.? Frank Gehry's Netherlands National Building in Prague / David Houston -- Heteroglossia and linguistic neocolonialism : English teaching in post-1989 Poland / Bill Johnston -- Projections of desire : Robert D. Kaplan's Balkan ghosts and the crisis of self-definition / Anca Rosu -- Shifting a cultural paradigm : between the mystique and the marketing of Polish theatre / Halina Filipowicz -- "Hurrah, I'm still alive!" East German products demonstrating East German identities / Rainer Gries -- Cryptographic art of Bratislava : configurations of absence in postcommunist installation art / Paul Krainak -- "Move over Madonna" : gender, representation, and the "mystery" of Bulgarian voices / Carol Silverman -- Bearings of West for the Lviv Bohema / Mark Andryczyk -- "Don't get pricked!" representation and the politics of sexuality in the Czech Republic / Vra Sokolov?? -- From big brother to big burger (and what's the grand narrative got to do with it?) / "Benni Goodman".

ISBN: 9780253110350
ISBN-10: 0253110351
Audience: General
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 1st October 2004
Country of Publication: US