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Culture & Conflict

Ed. by Capeloa Gil, Isabel / Nesci, Catherine

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    Overview

    • Interdisciplinary research

    Aims and Scope

    Culture and conflict unavoidably go together. The very idea of culture is marked by the notion of difference and creative, i.e. conflictual, interaction that inevitably support the key themes of the study of culture such as identity and diversity, memory and trauma, the translation of cultures and globalization, dislocation and emplacement, mediation and exclusion. This series publishes theoretically informed original scholarshipfrom the fields of literary and cultural studies as well as media, visual and film studies, fostering a plural disciplinary dialogue on the multiple ways in which conflict supports and constrains the production of meaning in modernity, how the representation of conflict works, how it relates to the past and projects the present and how it frames scholarship within the humanities.

    Editors:
    Isabel Capeloa Gil, Catholic University of Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal; Catherine Nesci, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.

    Editorial Board:
    Arjun Appadurai, New York University,
    Claudia Benthien, Universität Hamburg,
    Elisabeth Bronfen, Universität Zürich,
    Joyce Goggin, Universiteit van Amsterdam,
    Lawrence Grossberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
    Andreas Huyssen, Columbia University,
    Ansgar Nünning, Universität Gießen,
    Naomi Segal, University of London, Birkbeck College,
    Márcio Seligmann-Silva, Universidade Estadual de Campinas,
    António Sousa Ribeiro, Universidade de Coimbra,
    Roberto Vecchi, Universita di Bologna,
    Samuel Weber, Northwestern University,
    Liliane Weissberg, University of Pennsylvania,
    Christoph Wulf, FU Berlin

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    Keyword(s):
    Conflict studies; Cultural Studies
    Readership:
    Scholars and Graduate Students of Cultural, Literary, and Media Studies

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    Isabel Capeloa Gil, Catholic University of Portugal; Catherine Nesci, University of California.

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