Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 5 of 5 items :

  • "Critical Materiality" x
Clear All
Immanuel Kants Denken der Zweckmässigkeit und die koloniale Episteme

of visual culture. Her publications relevant to this topic include »Critical Materialities« in Angelika Nollert et al. (eds.) (2006), Academy, Berlin: Revolver, and »How to be counter-environmental: art, re- search and the techniques of discovery« in José Quaresma et al. (eds.) (2010), Research in Art: A Forest, Many Paths, Edição CIEBA, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon. Margot Bouman is an Assistant Professor at The New School, in New York City. Her research interests include rhetorical forms of visual culture, avant-garde television, video

ecology and ambient poetics. The concept of dark ecology is an attempt to de-romanticize our idea of nature, to incorporate the classic duality of man and nature into an interconnectedness, while ambient poetics is a tool in fiction, and in all environmental rendering, to accomplish this theory. Overall, these eco texts constitute a small selection of a burgeoning mass of critical material on environmental issues and fictional representation and their respective depths are important and overwhelming. However, they do not discuss nostalgia, either as an aesthetic

be viewed by the medical profession as conditions in need of curative remedies. Both categories also evolve over an extended stretch of time, yet each is highly likely to be rejected as a significant factor impacting one’s identity.1 In many respects, these two fields have much in common, yet there has been a dearth of critical material linking the scholarship of these two fields. Appreciating the productive advances that stem from cross-disciplinary exchange, this essay first considers arenas of overlap and divergence between disability studies and age

-Ministerien eingebürgert, der auch hier sinngemäß verwendet wird. Fuß- note – IY. 10 Angesichts der o.g. Verfassungswirklichkeit ist Staatsfernsehen gleichbedeutend mit Regierungsfernsehen. DER ALLTAG DER TRANSFORMATION 148 that the authorities continue to use all available resources – threats, persecution, ar- rest and imprisonment – to subdue journalists who write critical material or highlight the serious problems besetting Uzbekistan“ (IWPR, o.J., No. 143).11 Das jüngste Beispiel hierfür ist die seit März 2002 gültige Anweisung an die Redaktionen aller usbekischen