Show simple item record

dc.contributor.editorBachmann-Medick, Doris
dc.contributor.editorKugele, Jens
dc.contributor.editorNünning, Ansgar
dc.description.abstractHow can we approach possible but unknown futures of the study of culture? This volume explores this question in the context of a changing global world. The contributions in this volume discuss the necessity of significant shifts in our conceptual and epistemological frameworks. Taking into account changing institutional research settings, the authors develop pathways to future cultural research, addressing the crucial concerns of the cultural and social worlds themselves. The contributions thereby utilize contact zones within a wide range of disciplines such as cultural anthropology, sociology, cultural history, literary studies, the history of science and bioethics as well as the environmental and medical humanities. Examining emerging inter- and transdisciplinary points of reference, the volume invites scholars in the humanities and social sciences to take part in a conversation about theories, methods, and practices for the future study of culture.de_DE
dc.description.tableofcontentsPreface and Acknowledgements<br><br> Introductions: Futures of the Study of Culture<br> <a href=>Doris Bachmann-Medick: Futures of the Study of Culture: Some Opening Remarks</a><br> <a href=>Jens Kugele: Collaborative Research in the Study of Culture</a><br><br> I Horizons for Future Reflections<br> <a href=>Ansgar Nünning: Taking Responsibility for the Future: Ten Proposals for Shaping the Future of the Study of Culture into a Problem-Solving Paradigm</a><br> <a href=>Andreas Langenohl: The “Future Sense” and the Future of the Study of Culture</a><br><br> II No Future? Politics and Concerns<br> <a href=>Nicole Anderson: Pre-Post-Apocalyptic Culture: The Future(s) of the Humanities</a><br> <a href=>Isabel Capeloa Gil: The Global Eye or Foucault Rewired: Security, Control, and Scholarship in the Twenty-first Century</a><br> <a href=>Richard Grusin: No Future: The Study of Culture in the Twenty-first Century</a><br> <a href=>Hubertus Büschel: Beyond the Colonial Shadow? Delinking, Border Thinking, and Theoretical Futures of Cultural History</a><br><br> III Theorizing Pasts, Presents, Futures<br> <a href=>Andreas Reckwitz: The Society of Singularities</a><br> <a href=>Frederik Tygstrup: After Literature: The Geographies, Technologies, and Epistemologies of Reading and Writing in the Early Twenty-first Century</a><br> <a href=>Andressa Schröder: The Integrative Potentials of Arts-based Research for the Study of Culture: A Reflection on The Lagoon Cycle by Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison</a><br> <a href=>Uwe Wirth: After Hybridity: Grafting as a Model of Cultural Translation</a><br> <a href=>Dirk van Laak: Liquid Spaces in Modern Historiography</a><br><br> IV Future Connectivities: Economy, Natural Sciences, Ecology<br> <a href=>Tom Clucas: Culture in the Marketplace</a><br> <a href=>Laura Meneghello: Cultural History, Science Studies, and Global Economy: New and Future Approaches</a><br> <a href=>Silke Schicktanz: Normativity and Culture in the Context of Modern Medicine: A Prospective Vision of an Elective Affinity</a><br> <a href=>Ursula K. Heise: Multispecies Futures and the Study of Culture</a><br> <a href=>Peter L. Galison and Jens Kugele: Future Trading Zones for the Study of Culture: An Interview with Peter L. Galison</a><br>de_DE
dc.relation.ispartofseriesConcepts for the study of culture;8
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International*
dc.subjectInterdisziplinäre Forschungde_DE
dc.subjectInterdisciplinary Researchde_DE
dc.subjectStudy of Culturede_DE
dc.titleFutures of the study of culture : interdisciplinary perspectives, global challengesde_DE
local.affiliationGGK Gießener Graduiertenzentrum Kulturwissenschaftende_DE
local.source.publishernameDe Gruyterde_DE

Files in this item


This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show simple item record

Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International