This volume of Italian sonnets explores the long-term effects of early childhood displacement and loss by multi-prize-winning poet Mimi Khalvati.
Publisher: Carcanet Press
Category: English poetry
A 2019 Poetry Book Society Winter Wild Card. A Sunday Times Book of the Year 2019. Ever since her first Carcanet book, In White Ink (1991), Mimi Khalvati has been drawn to the sonnet form. In Afterwardness its pull became irresistible. She has created in this unprogrammatic series, mixing memory, history, daily life, all her intersecting geographies and cultures, a self-portrait in all her moods, anxieties and delights. The sonnet form is stretched in all sorts of fruitful directions. Just as she adapted the ghazal form to English use, here she puts the Petrarchan sonnet to striking, unfamiliar use, widening the possibilities of the form. The poems are rich with Khalvati's personal history, her Iranian origins, her long years in Great Britain. The poems play between cultures, ancestral and acquired.
A wound may be a site of afterwardness, a carrier of belated understanding, a
way for the past to be recognized. A wound sometimes implies a possession or a
place of origin that connects the wounded with the other, irreversibly implicated
Author: Shifa Haq
Publisher: Lexington Books
Beginning in 1989, more than 8,000 men disappeared in Kashmir. These disappearances were publicly denied, leaving mourners to grapple with unrecognized grief. Drawn from ten years of psycho-historical research in Kashmir, Shifa Haq reflects on the bereaved families’ intricate experiences of mourning. Haq expands the psychoanalytic understanding of loss and argues for a mourning that includes porous affective links with the political.
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between a merely ...
Author: John Mowitt
Publisher: Duke University Press Books
DIVBy emphasizing the specifically percussive articulation of rhythm, this study contributes to the elaboration of critical musicology by both challenging its construction of music as essentially harmonic and by extending the interpretive vocabulary of music/div
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brain theory and 42–3 ; Douglass and 14-16 ; literacy and 52–3 ; mesmerism and
67 ; political economy of 45 ; terror and 69-71 ; threat and 71 , 72 slave ...
Author: Christina Zwarg
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Focusing on U.S. slavery and its aftermath in the nineteenth century, The Archive of Fear explores the traumatic force field that continued to inflect discussions of slavery and abolition both before and after the Civil War. It challenges the long-assumed distinction between psychological and cultural-historical theories of trauma, discovering a virtual dialogue between three central U. S. writers and Sigmund Freud concerning the traumatic response of slavery's perpetrators. A strain of trauma theory and practice comes alive in the temporal and spatial disruptions of New World slavery-and The Archive of Fear shows how key elements of that theory still inform the infrastructure of race relations today. It argues that trauma theory before Freud first involves a return to an overlap between crisis, insurrection, and mesmerism found in the work of Frederick Douglass, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and W. E. B. Du Bois. Mesmer's "crisis state" has long been read as the precursor to hypnosis, the tool Freud famously rejected when he created psychoanalysis. But the story of what was lost to trauma theory when Freud adopted the "talk cure" can be told through cultural disruptions of New World slavery, especially after mesmerism arrived in Saint Domingue where its implication in the Haitian revolution in both reality and fantasy had an impact on the history of emancipation in the United States.
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Benjamin's sense, is associated with singular and fleeting acts of recognition,
with flashes of involuntary memory which 'slip by' pro— voking a chain of ...
Author: Felicity Collins
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Performing Arts
Looks at how we think about Australian cinema in the post Mabo era, and what part it plays in the national process of reviewing our colonial past and the ways in which settlers and indigenous cultures can co-exist. Collins from La Trobe University, Davis from University of Newcastle, NSW.
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such clear only profit from detailed analysis . examples in intellectual history of ...
an object ; “ beforeness ” and “ afterwardness ” of a thing : “ greatness ” and “
smallness ” of a work : " way ” and “ passage ” of a speech ; “ escape ” and “
inevitability " of poverty . “ Upwardness ” is the consideration of the spiritual world
Author: Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
This is the first volume in a projected five-volume work covering the full expanse of Persian thought from the Zoroastrianism of the pre-Christian era up to the present day. Introducing this extensive body of work for the first time in English translation, these volumes will be of great interest to scholars of philosophy, religion, and Middle Eastern studies. Volume I includes the work of the earliest Zoroastrian writers and that of thinkers from the early Islamic period. The translators include many outstanding scholars from America, Europe, and the Islamic world.
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Laplanche interprets Nachträglichkeit as a deposit of a sexual fantasy or trauma ,
whose action would be deferred and take effect later in the individual's life .
The history of psychoanalysis in 50 countries shows the relationship between psychoanalysis and other disciplines, with entries discussing writers, philosophers, literary movements and historical events.
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be completely performed , with a feeling of comfort at the moment , and of much
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feeling , or of one of the fraternity , after calling twice purpose in the subject ,
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been possible ...
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of be conveyed or have their traveling expenses the law being at first introduced
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bones fall through into a scribed on banners , doors , etc . Great lavishpit beneath
, from which they are afterward ness is also displayed upon the material and ...
In elaborating on Freud's (1896) early theory of seduction, Laplanche (1999)
proposes a new role for infantile sexuality based on this concept of afterwardness
and the primacy in the unconscious of the adult—in other words, what the Other ...
Author: Phyllis W. Meadow
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Category: Social Science
The New Psychoanalysis explores and explains important developments in psychoanalytic thought and practice since Freud's death in 1939. Drawing on the experience of her many years of clinical work with patients, as well as research and teaching in the training institutes she directs, Phyllis W. Meadow offers convincing testimony of the power of the unconscious forces that drive our thinking, feeling, and behaving. She shows how the mind unfolds in the face of tensions native to the unconscious life and how psychoanalysis is applicable to the full range of emotional disorders. This highly accessible book is ideal for the therapist or psychologist, as well as the social theorist or general reader, who is concerned with the hold of aggression on the lives of human beings facing a world still as violent and destructive as it was in Freud's day. The introduction, by Charles Lemert, provides a challenging essay on the connections between psychoanalytic and social theories.
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Mat . v . Ro . vii . 7 . A man then that desires but this also turned to his destruction
, as ...