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exceptionalism, to a specificity of anti-Black racism, inherent structurally and ontologically in the dominant WASP discourses of Black identity, culture, space, race, and humanity. Equating the WASP racial discourses of contemporary Blackness with the legitimizing racial discourses surrounding and supporting chattel slavery, Afro-Pessimism separates the structural and ontologi- cal positions of American Indians, Latin Americans, Asian Americans, and all other ethnic groups (all presumed “junior partners” of WASP civil society: Wilderson III, The Black Liberation Army 13) from

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: 248) Why, though, did modern forms of individual privacy only develop a few cen- turies ago? As Jürgen Habermas demonstrates, the end of absolutism, the abol- ishment of the feudal system, and the emergence of a modern civil society in the eighteenth century brought with it the formation of a ‘private,’ bourgeois sphere, a “bürgerliche Gesellschaft” (Habermas 1990: 67), that self-confidently set itself against the ‘public’ state apparatus (cf. Habermas 1990: 63-67; McKeon 2005: xix- xx; Ariès 1989: 8). Society had grown larger, new methods of communication had

-cited conception, this represents an emancipatory act, specifically in a socio-political sense: “In civil society [...], individuals are liberated from determination of their lives and identities by social position [...] in order to politically emancipate persons from determination by those characteristics[...]“.2 This act can also be expanded to the political sphere, in that the characters refuse to let their existence be determined by “Los Yunaites”, but instead merely use the US and its ideology for their very own purposes. This attempt is about as radical a

in diesen Binarismen identitär zu verorten bleibt bes tehen und ihre Vervielfältigung macht es den Individuen noch schwerer, sich der Anrufung zu ent- ziehen. Diese Form der Subjektkons titution is t durchaus sys temorientiert. Sie dient, wie Hardt und Negri darlegen, veränderten Anforderungen an das Individuum in ei- nem veränderten kapitalis tischen Sys tem: The produc tion of subjec tivity in civil society and disciplinary society did in a certain period further the rule and facilitate the expansion of capital. […] The subjec tivities produced by modern ins

– also linking state practices such as mass and compulsory education with civil society’s free associations and discussions.“ (Poblete 2008: 317) Die Konstruktion der Nation und der liberalen Subjektivität über literarische Erzäh- lungen können wie folgt systematisiert werden. Mit Habermas (1969) kann die Her- stellung politischer Öffentlichkeit ausgehend von literarischer Öffentlichkeit begrif- fen werden. Die beiden Öffentlichkeitssphären verschränken sich miteinander und bilden einen gemeinsamen Raum von Öffentlichkeit, der von der privaten wie der

. Brown disputes Young’s claim for similar reason when arguing that “If he is ‘at home’ anywhere, it is in the sphere of civil society insofar as his nature is expressed there and he performs all of his signifi- cant activities there.”70 Striking is her implied questioning if men ever feel at home, which further challenges male homeliness “at the expense of her home- lessness”. In accordance with earlier evaluations of Kent’s failing masculinity, the officer’s homelessness calls to attention the social pressure on men to per- form gender stereotypes of toughness and

- höhung« der Sitten und Lebensgewohnheiten einer Gesellschaft. 18 Revelli, Marco: La sinistra sociale. Oltre la civiltà del lavoro. Torino: Bollati Boringhieri 1997, S. 106. 19 Ginsborg, Paul: L’Italia del tempo presente. Famiglia, società civile, Stato 1980- 1996. Turin: Einaudi 1998. Verwiesen sei auf die hier zitierte Charakterisierung der società civile von Michael Walzer, S. 181f. Zitiert wird aus Michael Walzer, Towards a Global Civil Society. Providence- Oxford 1995. Le mosche del capitale 331 als der Bereich der Zivilgesellschaft, zu unterscheiden

(see Sk 285–292). For a reading of Skagboys as a reflection of the erosion of the working class, civil society and the changing nature of labour in the 1980s, see del Valle Alcalá 2016: 110–132. 102 Brit ish White Trash John Strang’s endorsement of Thatcherism and his admiration for Winston Churchill signal the wish for traditional forms of leadership as well as the sentimental longing for a Britain that was seemingly united in the fight against German fascism during World War II.17 The narrator’s rendering of his father’s obsession with politics, British

dialogue with the partnering country. Title: Cultural Programming by German Cultural Institutions in France: Life-long Learning and Intercultural Dialogue in Service to Partners Keywords: foreign cultural policy; civil society; Goethe-institutes; cultural programs; intercultural dialogue EINEN PL AT Z FÜR DAS BIL ATER ALE FINDEN Unter dem Titel Auswege aus der Routine veröffentlichte die Zeitschrift für Kul- turaustausch vor nunmehr über einem Jahrzehnt im letzten Quartal des Jahres 2000 eine Reihe von alarmierenden Stellungnahmen namhafter Mittlerpersön- lichkeiten