John Paul Jones III, Wolfgang Natter, and Theodore Schatzki are co-Directors of the University of Kentucky Committee on Social Theory. They are members, respectively, of the departments of Geography, Germanic Languages and Literatures, and Philosophy.
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1. "Post"-ing Modernity, John Paul Jones III, Wolfgang Natter, and Theodore R. Schatzki.
2. Modernity in the Crossfire: Comments on the Postmodern Turn, Fred Dallayr.
3. Theory at Bat: Foucault, Lyotard, and Politics of the Local, Theodore R. Schatzki.
4. Whither Hegemony?: Between Gramsci and Derrida, Ernest J. Yanarella.
5. Postmodernism, Dialogue, and Democracy: Questions to Richard J. Bernstein, Richard J. Bernstein and the Editors.
6. Postmodern Geographies and the Critique of Historicism, Edward J. Soja.
7. Social Contexts of Postmodern Cultural Analysis, Catherine Lutz.
8. Signposts toward a Poststructuralist Geography, Wolfgang Natter and John Paul Jones III.
"This volume excels like no other in examining the many facets of postmodernism. Contributors not only reflect different disciplinary perspectives, but they display them to the greatest advantage as reference points for understanding and assessing the major figures and themes around which all discussions of postmodernism revolve. These qualities should recommend Postmodern Contentions to novice and expert alike." --David Ingram, Ph.D., Loyola University
"In short, this is a valuable and provocative volume highly deserving of careful scrutiny....the editors are to be congratulated on assembling a fine group of papers from several disciplines....I highly recommend it." --Barney Warf in Growth and Change
"Almost universally quiet and thoughtful, [this volume] addresses a set of contentious issues in ways that will be useful both for the reader first venturing into the subject and for the reader more familiar with the debates there....I highly recommend it." --Michael R. Curry in Annals of the Association of American Geographers
"Almost universally quiet and thoughtful, [this book] addresses a set of contentious issues in ways that will be useful both for the reader first venturing into the subject and for the reader more familiar with the debates there.... I highly recomeend it." --Michael R. Curry, Department of Geography, University of California, Los Angeles
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Descripción The Guilford Press, 1993. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG0898624940