SMITH, Jeffrey Alan. "What Works": Instrumentalism, Ideology, and Nostalgia in Post-Cold War Culture. In Blouin, Michael. The Silence of Fallout: Nuclear Criticism in a Post-Cold War World. Newcastle on Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. s. 16-44, 29 s. ISBN 1-4438-4479-9.
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Originální název "What Works": Instrumentalism, Ideology, and Nostalgia in Post-Cold War Culture
Název česky "Co funguje": instrumentalism, ideologie, a Nostalgie v Post-Cold War kultury
Autoři SMITH, Jeffrey Alan (840 Spojené státy, garant, domácí).
Vydání Newcastle on Tyne, UK, The Silence of Fallout: Nuclear Criticism in a Post-Cold War World, od s. 16-44, 29 s. 2013.
Nakladatel Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Další údaje
Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Kapitola resp. kapitoly v odborné knize
Obor 50802 Media and socio-cultural communication
Stát vydavatele Spojené státy
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
Forma vydání tištěná verze "print"
Kód RIV RIV/00216224:14210/13:00074911
Organizační jednotka Filozofická fakulta
ISBN 1-4438-4479-9
Klíčová slova anglicky nuclear criticism; nuclear weapons; literary theory; ideology
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Příznaky Mezinárodní význam
Změnil Změnila: Mgr. Jana Pelclová, Ph.D., učo 39970. Změněno: 24. 2. 2018 13:07.
Nuclear Criticism was a trend in literary theory that emerged most prominently in the 1980s. While there has been a tendency to remain "silent" in the post-Cold War world, it is essential to temper this suggestion by recognizing scholars who continue to take up questions posed by Nuclear Criticism. This volume explores various contemporary manifestations of nuclear anxiety and advocacy as well as the periodic gaps where critical engagement seems to grow inaudible. The approach is one of reconciliation, an undercurrent of trying to bring the humanities, and theory specifically, into the realm of the "real world," of the practical -- and urgent -- matters plaguing the citizens of a nuclear age. This opening chapter frames the collection by discussing the interrelated roles of instrumentalism, ideology, and nostalgia in the construction of nuclear discourses, arguing that if one role of the critic is to undo such constructions, that job is as important now as it was during the Cold War, or ever. It may be from these traversals of disciplinary bounds -- from theory to cultural studies to film studies and beyond -- that we can recognize a significant future for Nuclear Criticism.
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