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219 VfZ 65 (2017) H.2 © Walter de Gruyter GmbH 2017 DOI 10.1515/vfzg-2017-0011 Podium Zeitgeschichte Cultural Turn und NS-Geschichte Einführung Über die Frage, ob jegliche Realität sprachlich konstruiert ist, lässt sich streiten. Unbestreitbar ist indes, dass Begriffswelt und Theorien des Kulturalismus schon seit geraumer Zeit auch in die Geschichtswissenschaften Einzug gehalten haben. Ohne Diskurse und Narrative, ohne Identitäten und Emotionen, ohne Perfor- manz, Sinndeutung und Habitus geht es nicht mehr. Der Cultural Turn begleitet und prägt die

New Orientations in the Study of Culture

64 C hinese Sem iotic Studies Issue 9, June 2013 · On the Cultural Turn of Translation Studies in China in the New Millennium: A Semiotic Appraisal and Prognosis Lei Han Fudan University, Shanghai, China Abstract: In the early years of the new millennium, Chinese scholars in translation studies were still debating, belatedly, the “cultural turn”, particularly with regard to two issues: (1) the distinction between the ontology of translation and the ontology of translation studies, and (2) the so-called “paradigm shift” triggered by the cultural turn

New Directions in the Study of Society and Culture

3 Th e Cultural Turn Michael Bergunder “Cultural studies” and similar designations mark a diverse fi eld of related theoreti- cal approaches, sometimes labeled “cultural turn,” that have deeply infl uenced the humanities and social sciences in the past three decades.1 In general, studies on Pentecostal and Charismatic movements have not taken up these approaches in their research design, despite notable exceptions2 and occasional reference in anthropological studies,3 as well as in refl ections by Pentecostal and Charismatic theologians themselves.4

1 Introduction: The Cultural Turn In the coronation scene of 1547 that opens part 1 of Ivan the Ter rible (Ivan groznyi, 1943), Eisenstein has the young tsar conclude his speech with the words: “Two Romes have fallen, Moscow is the third, and there will be no fourth! And for that Third Rome the single master will be I ALONE.”1 In Eisenstein’s earlier article of 1933 about his film Moscow (never shot), he opens with virtually the same words, adding: “this pronouncement by Filofei comes across to us from medieval times through tsarist Muscovy and autocratic

the cultural turn in marxism JUDITH GRANT In Achieving Our Country, Richard Rorty criticizes the Left for moving away from politics and activism, and moving toward cultural studies. He is par- ticularly peeved by art and cultural criticism that inspires shame in Amer- ica.1 Rorty considers this a "disaster for the reformist Left,"2 and attributes it to Marxism. He argues that Leftists should stop doing theory and begin to try to mobilize pride in America.3 The Left should talk about "real" things again.4 I think that Rorty is right to say that cultural