in its own right, analyzing its interiority as an innovative product of overlapping aesthetic milieus symptomatic of the French fin de siècle, including symbolism, Wagnerism, modernism, and subjectivism. 2 In this article, I explore Les Lauriers
The Ill-Equipped Modernist
Historicizing Édouard Dujardin’s Les Lauriers Sont Coupés
Kelly J. Maynard
Wagner as a Problem
Der Fliegende Holländer by Richard Wagner, at the Teatro delle Opera di Roma (April 1997).
Der Ring des Nibelungen by Richard Wagner, at the Metropolitan Opera (New York, April-May 1997).
Der Ring des Nibelungen by Richard Wagner, at the Festspielhaus (Bayreuth, July-August 1995).
Tristan und Isolde by Richard Wagner, at the Festspielhaus (Bayreuth, July 1995).
Barry Millington, “Nuremberg Trial: Is there Anti-Semitism in DieMeistersinger?” Cambridge Opera Journal 3 (3 November 1991), pp. 247-260.
Cecelia Hopkins Porter, The Rhine as a Musical Metaphor: Cultural Identity in German Romantic Music (Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1996).
Frederic Spotts, Bayreuth: A History of the Wagner Festival (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994).
Michael Tanner, Wagner (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996). Marc A. Weiner, Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1995).
The Forensic Practice and Memory Politics of Korean War Disinterments
; Crossland 2013 ; Wagner 2008 ; Sant Cassia 2005 ) and, more recently, on regimes of necropolitical exclusion that disappear the often already socio-politically invisible as they seek to cross borders in search of security (e.g. De León 2015 ; Reineke
Does “Social” Mean “Public”?
The Cognitive, Collaboration, and Communication Functions of Using Facebook in Local Protest against Shale Gas Extraction: The Case of Żurawlów
Wit Hubert and Aleksandra Wagner
was fed by the political emotions ( Wagner et al. 2016 ), the economic and technologic expertise was produced by both domestic and foreign actors ( Lis 2018 ) while social actors were raising their doubts and calling for a stronger ability to recognize
Giving Aid Inside the Home
Humanitarian House Visits, Performative Refugeehood, and Social Control of Syrians in Jordan
Bedouins in the area. The Mafraq Unity Church, an associate of a global Evangelical movement, was established in 1948. Today, it has turned into one of the main aid providers for Syrians ( Wagner 2018 ). As for my own engagement with VIVA, it comes out of
Efficiency and the Rebound Effect in the Hegemonic Discourse on Energy
Franco Ruzzenenti and Aleksandra Wagner
mainstream media often presents energy issues in the context of the economy (investment, prices, cost, and profits), as well as geopolitics (securitization, independence, and weaponization) ( Wagner 2018 ). Issues brought to the public by alternative
The Lottery of Babylon, or, the Logic of Happenstance in Melanesia and Beyond
Are such things as luck, chance, and fortune 'given' or original proper ties of the natural order of things, or are they perverse consequences of some misguided attempt to find out whether they exist or not? Does God play dice, or do the dice merely play God? How is that a sense of supernatural power, which often accompanies 'uncannily' good luck, is discovered, known about, or activated in a society that may not have precise equivalents for our ideas of chance and fortune? This article cites examples drawn from Mesopotamian notions of creation, from the Daribi of interior Papua and the Barok of New Ireland, that explain how this process might unfold. Luck and fortune have to do with any kind of strategy that destroys the opposition, most often through the underdetermination of thought.
The reciprocity of perspectives
As a tactic of cognitive self‐awareness, the reciprocity of perspectives is not so much a subjective metric for intercultural comparison as it is an internalised property of human sentience, which I label as a subject/object shift: the transposition of ends and means. Understood most broadly as a universal application of the double proportional comparison, made famous by Claude Lévi‐Strauss as the canonical formula for myth, the reciprocity of perspectives, instead of opposing the innate and the artificial (e.g. ‘nature’ and ‘culture’) to one another, presupposes a reciprocal, self‐contradiction between the two. I examine the self‐transformative and tactical character of the reciprocity of perspectives and its effects on language itself, which ceases to be an instrument of communication and takes on the role of communicator or persuader – that of the user rather than the tool.
Book Symposium: On the Emic Gesture by Iracema Dulley
Martin Holbraad, David A. B. Murray, Evanthia Patsiaoura, Suely Kofes, Rosalind C. Morris, and Iracema Dulley
On the Emic Gesture: Difference and Ethnography in Roy Wagner , by Iracema Dulley. New York: Routledge, 2019. Introduction Martin Holbraad, Editor at Social Analysis We are excited in this issue to resume our Book Symposium feature, the
Transport and Mobility in Danish Historiography
Michael F. Wagner
Automobilism—the culture of individual mobility based on private transportation—is promoted by leisure, consumption, the construction of infrastructure, and the provision of service by auto clubs. It promises to carry the driver away on a voyage of discovery with narratives of adventurousness and dreams of the good life on the road. It was from the outset an international movement with national repercussions and variations on a theme. Basically, however, the rise of European automobile culture accompanied the rise of consumption for leisure, which in turn evolved into a consumption regime of mediation and consumption junctions based on individual mobility and tourism.