Edward Said : A Legacy of Emancipation and Representation / Hakem Rustom, Adel Iskandar.

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Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, [2010]
1 online resource (568 pages)
Arab-Israeli conflict.
In English.
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Edward W. Said (1935-2003) ranks as one of the most preeminent public intellectuals of our time. Through his literary criticism, his advocacy for the Palestinian cause, and his groundbreaking book Orientalism, Said elegantly enriched public discourse by unsettling the status quo. This indispensable volume, the most comprehensive and wide-ranging resource on Edward Said's life and work, spans his broad legacy both within and beyond the academy. The book brings together contributions from thirty-one luminaries-leading scholars, critics, writers, and activists-to engage Said's provocative ideas. Their essays and interviews explore the key themes of emancipation and representation through the prisms of postcolonial theory, literature, music, philosophy, and cultural studies.Contributors: Bill Ashcroft, Ben Conisbee Baer, Daniel Barenboim, Timothy Brennan, Noam Chomsky, Denise DeCaires-Narain, Nicholas Dirks, Marc H. Ellis, Rokus de Groot, Sabry Hafez, Abdirahman A. Hussein, Ardi Imseis, Adel Iskandar, Ghada Karmi, Katherine Callen King, Joseph Massad, W. J. T. Mitchell, Laura Nader, Ilan Pappe, Benita Parry, Rajagopalan Radhakrishnan, Jahan Ramazani, Jacqueline Rose, Lecia Rosenthal, Hakem Rustom, Avi Shlaim, Ella Habiba Shohat, Robert Spencer, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Anastasia Valassopoulos, Asha Varadharajan, Michael Wood
Introduction Emancipation and Representation
1. Affiliating with Edward Said
2. Edward Said Remembered on September 11, 2004: A Conversation with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
3. Beginnings Again
4. Side by Side: The Other Is Not Mute
5. Edward Said and Anthropology
6. The Critic and the Public
7. Affiliating Edward Said Closer to Home: Reading Postcolonial Women's Texts
8. Translating Heroism: Locating Edward Said on Ahdaf Soueif 's The Map of Love
9. Edward Said and the Poetry of Decolonization
10. Edward Said in Contemporary Arabic Culture
11. "Long, Languorous, Repetitious Line": Edward Said's Critique of Arab Popular Culture
12. Edward Said and Polyphony
13. The Arab/Jewish Counterpoint: An Interview with Daniel Barenboim
14. Speaking Truth to Power: On Edward Said and the Palestinian Freedom Struggle
15. Edward Said and the Palestine Question
16. Representation and Liberation: From Orientalism to the Palestinian Crisis
17. Said and the Palestinian Diaspora: A Personal Reflection
18. The Question of Zionism: Continuing the Dialogue
19. Edward Said's Impact on Post-Zionist Critique in Israel
20. The "Postcolonial" in Translation Reading Said in Hebrew
21. ExileWith/OutGod: A Jewish Commentary inMemory of Edward Said
22. The Incalculable Loss: Conversations with Noam Chomsky
23. "Contented Homeland Peace": The Motif of Exile in Edward Said
24. A New "Copernican" Revolution: Said's Critique of Metaphysics and Theology
25. Edward Said and the Possibilities of Humanism
26. The Language of the Unrequited: Memory, Aspiration, and Antagonism in theUtopian Imagination of Edward Said
27. Between Humanism and Late Style
28. Secular Divination: Edward Said's Humanism
29. Countercurrents and Tensions in Said's Critical Practice
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Iskandar, Adel, editor., Editor,
Rustom, Hakem, editor., Editor,
De Gruyter.
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De Gruyter University Press Library.
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