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* Fredric Jameson, ''[[Media:Jameson_Fredric_The_Prison-House_of_Language_A_Critical_Account_of_Structuralism_and_Russian_Formalism_1972.pdf|The Prison-House of Language: A Critical Account of Structuralism and Russian Formalism]]'', Princeton University Press, 1972, xi+230 pp.  
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* Fredric Jameson, ''[[Media:Jameson_Fredric_The_Prison-House_of_Language_A_Critical_Account_of_Structuralism_and_Russian_Formalism_1972.pdf|The Prison-House of Language: A Critical Account of Structuralism and Russian Formalism]]'', Princeton University Press, 1972, xi+230 pp.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:14, 13 September 2019

Authors

Yale French Studies 36/37: "Structuralism", 1966, PDF (17 mb), Log.
The Structuralist Controversy, 1970, PDF.
Velocities of Change, 1974, PDF (119 mb).

Literature

Introduction of structuralism to Anglophone academia

Collections
  • The Structuralist Controversy: The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man, eds. Richard Macksey and Eugenio Donato, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1970, 345 pp, ARG. Proceedings from the Johns Hopkins "International Colloquium on Critical Languages and the Sciences of Man" in Baltimore, 18-21 Oct 1966. Texts by René Girard, Charles Morazé, Georges Poulet, Eugenio Donato, Lucien Goldman, Tzvetan Todorov, Roland Barthes, Jean Hyppolite, Jacques Lacan, Guy Rosolato, Neville Dyson-Hudson, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Pierre Vernant and Nicolas Ruwet. The publication established the arrival of "structuralism" and "deconstruction" in the United States. Review: Rousseau (1971).
Journals

MLN, Diacritics, New Literary History, Sub-Stance, Semiotexte, Glyph, Yale French Studies.

Other collections

Criticism

Historisation

  • François Dosse, Histoire du structuralisme, t. 2, Paris: La Découverte, 1992; Hachette, 1995. (French)
    • História do estruturalismo, 2, trans. Álvaro Cabral, Campinas: UNICAMP, and São Paulo: Ensaios, 1994; new ed., rev. Marcia Mansor D'Alessio, Bauru: EDUSC, 2007. (Brazilian Portuguese) [1]
    • Geschichte des Strukturalismus, Bd. 2, trans. Stefan Barmann, Hamburg: Junius, 1997. (German)
    • History of Structuralism, vol. 2, trans. Deborah Glassman, University of Minnesota Press, 1997.
    • 構造主義の歴史, 2, trans. 仲澤紀雄, Tokyo: Kokubun-sha, 1999. (Japanese)
    • Historia del estructuralismo, 2, trans. María del Mar Llinares García, Akal, 2004. (Spanish) [2]

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See also

Links


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