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- DescriptionThe contributions in this volume address the ways the two imagined (cultural) spaces commonly designed as 'Central Europe' and 'North America' have mutually attributed meanings to each other and set out to trace patterns and structures resulting from this process. Rather than concentrate on what happens when cultural forms and practices travel across the Atlantic the focus lies on the contexts of their insertion into the 'other' culture. The articles draw attention to how those complexities and contradictions are resolved on an ideological basis in order to produce the kind of stability that is the hallmark of geo-cultural place signification, but also, conversely, the revenge of a spatialized history, the reassertion of their temporality that cultural practices produce when they reverberate in displacement.
- Author BiographyThe Editors: Susan Ingram has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of Alberta and is currently working on a postdoctoral project in the History Department at the University of Victoria on the technologies of self-representation. In addition to women's writing and auto/biography, she has also published on topics in Translation Studies. Markus Reisenleitner has a Ph.D. from the University of Vienna and joined the Department of Cultural Studies at the Lingnan University Hong-Kong in the capacity of Associate Professor in 2001. Areas of interest include cultural history and cultural studies (urban studies, theories of space, place and identity, popular culture in public entertainment and spectacle, popular literature and themed environments). Cornelia Szabo-Knotik has a Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of Vienna and is Associate Professor at the Institute of Analysis, Theory and History of Music at the University of Music in Vienna. Interested in the aesthetic content as well as the social and cultural importance of music, her main subjects are the history of music-life, the many phenomena of reception, including the importance of new media (film) for the way the musical heritage is confronted.
- PublisherPeter Lang AG
- Date of Publication01/08/2002
- SubjectMusic & Dance
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintPeter Lang AG
- Content Note12 fig., 2 tab.
- Weight420 g
- Width148 mm
- Height210 mm
- Edited byCornelia Szabo-Knotik,Markus Reisenleitner,Susan Ingram
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