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The Psalter as a House of Voices

Or, On the Possibility of a Christian Reading of the Psalms

Egbert Ballhorn

the phenomenon that the person praying turns directly to his or her enemies and calls upon them to convert. Heteroglossia The phenomenon presented here of very different voices that resound was first described in literary science by the Russian

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Naughtiest Girls, Go Girls, and Glitterbombs

Exploding Schoolgirl Fictions

Lucinda McKnight

Concepts, Inspiration, and Research Design By using the word heteroglossic in relation to metaphor, I refer to Mikhail Bakhtin’s (1981) guiding philosophical trope of heteroglossia, a continual life struggle between centrifugal forces spinning meaning

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Francesco Sticchi

In this article, I analyze Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden (Ah-gassi, 2016) by addressing its puzzle narrative and complex interactive dynamics as embodied and affective categories. In particular, I employ Mikhail Bakhtin’s theory of the chronotope together with Giuliana Bruno’s work on media theory and Steffen Hven’s notion of the embodied fabula to show how the film, in all its aesthetic complexity, enacts a creative and transformative experience based on the continuous subversion of the power dynamics I describe. Furthermore, I demonstrate how this semantic and experiential reconstruction couples viewers’ alignment with the two main characters in their rebellion against patriarchal power and obsessive male fantasies. Ultimately, then, in this article I aim to connect the experiential and affective engagement of the film with a critical reading of power dynamics as ecologically situated structures to be challenged and revolutionized through a creative process of becoming.

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Majed Aladylah

, anglophone Arab writers have incorporated theoretical concepts such as polyphony and heteroglossia into their literary works. Sarnou opines: English texts that are produced by Arab diasporic writers who live in-between two cultures are dialogic in many

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Macarena García-Avello

Bakhtin's notion of heteroglossia. In his essay, ‘Discourse in the Novel’, Bakhtin defines dialogism and heteroglossia as the coexistence of voices of others within one's own voice. 18 This conglomeration of voices plays a crucial role, as they complement

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Gold Teeth, Indian Dresses, Chinese Lycra and ‘Russian’ Hair

Embodied Diplomacy and the Assemblages of Dress in Tajikistan

Diana Ibañez-Tirado

Iran and Central Asia (eds) Y. Kadoi & I. Szàntò , 276 – 297 . Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Publishing . Heath , D. 1992 . Fashion, Anti-Fashion, and Heteroglossia in Urban Senegal . American Ethnologist 19 ( 1 ): 19 – 33 . 10

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On Ethnographic Games of Doubt and Certainty

Stephan Palmié

‘intersubjectivity’ as the precondition for any coming to terms with ‘other minds’. Bakhtin's inescapable ‘organic’ hybridity of any utterance in a living language belongs in this picture, as does his vision of dialogically emergent heteroglossia and, for that matter

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Digitally Dismantling Asian Authoritarianism

Activist Reflections from the #MilkTeaAlliance

Adam K. Dedman and Autumn Lai

:// . Robinson , Andrew . 2011 . “ Bakhtin: Dialogism, Polyphony and Heteroglossia .” Ceasefire magazine, 29 July . . Rowen , Ian . 2015 . “ Inside Taiwan's Sunflower