Employment of English: Theory, Jobs, and the Future of Literary Studies #2019

Employment of English: Theory, Jobs, and the Future of Literary Studies Michael Bérubé Employment of English Theory Jobs and the Future of Literary Studies What sorts of cultural criticism are teachers and scholars to produce and how can that criticism be employed in the culture at large In The Employment of English Michael Berube examines the cultural

  • Title: Employment of English: Theory, Jobs, and the Future of Literary Studies
  • Author: Michael Bérubé
  • ISBN: 9780814713013
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • Employment of English: Theory, Jobs, and the Future of Literary Studies Michael Bérubé What sorts of cultural criticism are teachers and scholars to produce and how can that criticism be employed in the culture at large In The Employment of English, Michael Berube examines the cultural legitimacy of literary study Berube asserts that we must situate these questions in a context in which nearly half of all college professors are part time labor and in whiWhat sorts of cultural criticism are teachers and scholars to produce and how can that criticism be employed in the culture at large In The Employment of English, Michael Berube examines the cultural legitimacy of literary study Berube asserts that we must situate these questions in a context in which nearly half of all college professors are part time labor and in which English departments are torn between their traditional mission of defining the movements of literary history and the protocols of textual interpretation, and their newer tasks of interrogating wider systems of signification under rubrics like gender, hegemony, rhetoric, textuality including film and video , and culture.
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    1. The theme for MLA14 in Chicago is Vulnerable Times presidentmonsa 2013 particularly in the Humanities as a profession I m a respondent for one panel, Vulnerability and Survivalism of the Humanities, so I m reading up on both the recent and ancient texts on the topic, and of course Michael Berube s 1998 collection of essays is one of them, with several essays foreshadowing the issues he took up as President of the MLA 14 years later I last read this collection when it was first published, when I [...]

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