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Grey Gardens and the Problem of Objectivity

Notes on the Ethics of Observational Documentary

Mathew Abbott

,” and to confronting “experiences whose contradictions cannot be resolved” (1981, 12). Along with his understanding of modernism as a “offering… a multi-leveled and relativistic perspective on the subject being represented” (1981, 7) crucial to Davidson

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Linda Howell, Ryan Bell, Laura Helen Marks, Jennifer L. Lieberman, and Joseph Christopher Schaub

“attunement with the machinery of the cinema” (45). In observing this distinction, one may suspect that Richmond has simply created a Cartesian binary, with modernism’s intellect on one side and proprioception’s bodily responses on the other. However, he

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Gargi Gangopadhyay

” engendered by colonial influences. In the context of Bengali cultural studies, “modern” and “modernism” are commonly associated with the changes ushered in by British colonialism, which marked a departure from the precolonial past; these changes included the

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Monika Rudaś-Grodzka, Katarzyna Nadana-Sokołowska, Anna Borgos, and Dorottya Rédai

various historical periods (Joanna Partyka—early modernity, Monika Rudaś-Grodzka—romanticism, Iwona Wiśniewska—second half of the nineteenth century or so-called “positivism,” Anna Nasiłowska—modernism); in various genres and aspects of women’s writing

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Introduction: World Knowledge and Non-European Space

Nineteenth Century Geography Textbooks and Children’s Books

Andreas Weiß

and Asian descriptions of the world. In Asian textbooks, the paradigm of “Western” modernism played various changing roles. This problem was not only inherent in the description of the world and the natural environment familiar to non-European children

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Christopher E. Forth

: Stanford University Press, 1997). 2 Reinhart Koselleck, “Crisis,” trans. Michaela W. Richter, Journal of the History of Ideas 67, 2 (2006): 357–400. 3 Roger Griffin, Modernism and Fascism: The Sense of a Beginning under Mussolini and Hitler (Basingstoke

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‘But No One Died’: A Brief Reflection on Place and Time

Edited by Christine McCourt

. A kind of outward-looking modernism that was originally scorned in his work is perhaps echoed in the wider political sphere. Questions were posed about authenticity and what the replication of a building that was more than a building would mean. A

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Introduction

Print Culture, Mobility, and The Pacific, 1920–1950

Victoria Kuttainen and Susann Liebich

., Transatlantic Print Culture, 1880– 1940: Emerging Media, Emerging Modernisms (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008). 7 Georgine Clarsen, “Special Section on Settler-Colonial Mobilities,” Transfers 5, no. 3 (2015): 41–48, here 41. 8 Victoria Kuttainen

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Valentina Mitkova

texture of her poetry. “Asimvolia” (Asymbolia)—the fifth thematic part of the volume—outlines Miglena Nikolchina's interests in the field of Western European literature and modernism, interpreted through the theoretical optics of Julia Kristeva. 8 The

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Tatiana Vagramenko

/Western/secular) world and its ideology of resistance to “corrupted” modernism, dominated the local religious landscape and became a fast-growing church there. To answer what made possible the rise of Christian fundamentalism in the Nenets tundra, this article shifts the