Filed under journal | Tags: · anthropology, language, linguistics, literary criticism, literary theory, philosophy, psychoanalysis, structuralism, unconscious
An early English-language collection of French structuralist writings.
Essays by André Martinet, Philip E. Lewis, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Harold W. Scheffer, Sheldon Nodelman, Jan Miel, Jacques Lacan, Geoffrey Hartman, Jacques Ehrmann, Michael Riffaterre, and Victoria L. Rippere. Bibliographies compiled by Elizabeth Barber, Allen R. Maxwell, Jacques Lacan, Anthony G. Wilden, and T. Todorov.
Edited by Jacques Ehrmann
Publisher Yale University Press, 1966
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Filed under journal | Tags: · academia, disciplinarity, discourse, gender, humanism, humanities, philosophy, poststructuralism, science, structuralism, theory, transversality
This special issue of the journal contributes to current debates about disciplinarity and academic disciplines.
With texts by Peter Osborne, Michel Serres (introduced by Lucie Mercier), Étienne Balibar, David Cunningham, Nina Power, Félix Guattari (introduced by Andrew Goffey), Éric Alliez, Stella Sandford, Tuija Pulkkinen, and Lisa Baraitser.
Edited by Peter Osborne, Stella Sandford and Éric Alliez
Publisher Sage, September-November 2015
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Filed under book | Tags: · aesthetics, art, art theory, avant-garde, cybernetics, semiotics, structuralism, systems theory
Jack Burnham is a writer on art and technology, curator of the 1970 Software show, and one of the main forces behind the emergence of systems art in the 1960s. In his second book, The Structure of Art, Burnham “developed one of the first systematic methods for applying structural analysis to the interpretation of individual artworks as well as to the canon of western art history itself.”
Publisher George Braziller, New York, 1971
Revised edition, 1973
ISBN 0807605956, 9780807605950