2 edition of The gaze of the West and framings of the East found in the catalog.
The gaze of the West and framings of the East
Shanta Nair- Venugopal
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Shanta Nair-Venugopal|
|LC Classifications||CB251 .G39 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012011169|
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Gaze of the West and Framings of the East (Frontiers of Globalization).Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan. 'This collection of chapters critically interrogates Orientalism by repositioning the 'gaze of the West' from perspectives of the East; drawing from Asia's rich legacy and its experience of Westernization, the chapters are crafted with a distinct 'voice' offering insights and thought-provoking ideas particularly for students and researchers in postcolonial studies.'Format: Hardcover.
The gaze of the West and framings of the East. [Shanta Nair- Venugopal;] -- This volume explores Western attitudes towards the phenomenon of Easternization, drawing upon Eastern perspectives that explore its impact on the West and its position as a new type of globalization.
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” But this gaze of the other is also a metaphor in Lacan ’ s writing, or rather it designates the process by which the subject covers over the fact of the gaze ’ s invisibility with an image of a seer ’ s eye. This misrecognition is necessary, argues Lacan, if the subject is to feel attracted to or aroused by desire.
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And he brought me [in vision] into the inner court of. Theatre, in some respects, resembles a market. Stories, rituals, ideas, perceptive modes, conversations, rules, techniques, behavior patterns, actions, language, and objects constantly circulate back and forth between theatre and the other cultural institutions that make up everyday life in the twentieth century.
These exchanges, which challenge the established concept of. In the decades after its invention inphotography was inextricably linked to the Middle East. Introduced as a crucial tool for Egyptologists and Orientalists who needed to document their archaeological findings, the photograph was easier and faster to produce in intense Middle Eastern light—making the region one of the original sites for the practice of.But, beyond the gaze of this whole matrix lies a narrative (East Timor).
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