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Views Beyond the Border Country : Raymond Williams and Cultural Politics - Dennis L. Dworkin

Views Beyond the Border Country

Raymond Williams and Cultural Politics

By: Dennis L. Dworkin (Editor), Leslie G. Roman (Editor)

Paperback Published: 4th March 1993
ISBN: 9780415902762
Number Of Pages: 364

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The work of Raymond Williams has inspired radical intellectuals engaged in cultural politics and influenced many academic disciplines across the social sciences and humanities. Views Beyond the Border Country examines the assumptions and limitations of Williams's political vision and commitments. In the spirit of appreciative criticism, this international collection of essays analyzes the neglected yet central tensions in the thought of Williams. The contributors explore the implications of Williams's work for a wide range of disciplines including education, cultural studies, history, literature, mass communication, and drama. The first section, Culture is Ordinary' examines Williams's deconstruction of the false division between what he considers common culture' and a whole way of life.' The second part, Education From Below', explores Williams's conception of meaningful democratic participation in cultural institutions such as schools, taking into account the dilemmas that Leftist and feminist educators experience in the varied national and regional contexts of neoconservatism. The final section, Culture's Others: Culture or Cultural Imperialism,' is devoted to critiques of the presumed naturalness' of English imperialism by many esteemed Left cultural critics.

Series Editor's Introduction
Introduction: The Cultural Politics of Locationp. 1
Culture Is Ordinary
Autobiography and the "Structure of Feeling" in Border Countryp. 21
Cultural Studies and the Crisis in British Radical Thoughtp. 38
Placing the Occasion: Raymond Williams and Performing Culturep. 55
Realisms and Modernisms: Raymond Williams and Popular Fictionp. 72
Education from Below?
Rebuilding Hegemony: Education, Equality, and the New Rightp. 91
Raymond Williams, Affective Ideology, and Counter-Hegemonic Practicesp. 115
Williams on Democracy and the Governance of Educationp. 133
"On the Ground" with Antiracist Pedagogy and Raymond Williams's Unfinished Project to Articulate a Socially Transformative Critical Realismp. 158
Culture's Others: Culture or Cultural Imperialism?
Raymond Williams and British Colonialism: The Limits of Metropolitan Cultural Theoryp. 217
Country and City in a Postcolonial Landscape: Double Discourse and the Geo-Politics of Truth in Latin Americap. 231
Raymond Williams and the Inhuman Limits of Culturep. 260
Cultural Theory and the Politics of Locationp. 275
Notesp. 295
Notes on Contributorsp. 354
Indexp. 357
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780415902762
ISBN-10: 0415902762
Series: Critical Social Thought
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 364
Published: 4th March 1993
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1

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