Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Cultures
MIT Press, 1990 - 446 ページ
Out There addresses the theme of cultural marginalization - the process wherebyvarious groups are excluded from access to and participation in the dominant culture. It engagesfundamental issues raised by attempts to define such concepts as mainstream, minority, and "other,"and opens up new ways of thinking about culture and representation. All of the texts deal withquestions of representation in the broadest sense, encompassing not just the visual but also thesocial and psychological aspects of cultural identity.Included are important theoretical writings byHomi Bhabha, Helene Cixous, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, and Monique Wittig. Their work isjuxtaposed with essays on more overtly personal themes, often autobiographical, by Gloria Anzaldua,Bell Hooks, and Richard Rodriguez, among others.This rich anthology brings together voices from manydifferent marginalized groups - groups that are often isolated from each other as well as from thedominant culture. It joins issues of gender, race, sexual preference, and class in one forum butwithout imposing a false unity on the diverse cultures represented. Each piece in the book subtlychanges the way every other piece is read.While several essays focus on specific issues in art, suchas John Yau's piece on Wilfredo Lam in the Museum of Modern Art, or James Clifford's on collectingart, others draw from debates in literature, film, and critical theory to provide a much broadercontext than is usually found in work aimed at an art audience. Topics range from the functions oflanguage to the role of public art in the city, from gay pornography to the meanings of black hairstyles.Out There also includes essays by Rosalyn Deutsche, Richard Dyer, Kobena Mercer, Edward Said,Gayatri Spivak, Gerald Vizenor and Simon Watney, as well as by the editors.Copublished with the NewMuseum of Contemporary Art, New York Distributed by The MIT Press.
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Directors Foreword Marcia Tucker
Invisible Center Russell Ferguson
The New Cultural Politics of Difference Cornel West
Modernism Postmodernism and the Problem of the Michele Wallace Visual in AfroAmerican Culture
The Straight Mind Monique Wit
What is a Minor Literature? Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari
Difference Discrimination and Homi K Bhabha the Discourse of Colonialism
Women Redefining Audre Lorde Difference
Coming to Terms Richard Dyer
The Site of Memory Ton Morrison
Displacement and Resistance
Cotton and Iron Trinh T Minhha
Talking Back bell hooks
marginality as site of resistance
Castration or Decapitation? Helene Cixous
AIDS Africa and Race Simon Watney
Public Art in New York City Rosalyn Deutsche
Please Wait By the Coatroom John
On Collecting Art and Culture James Clifford
The Names We Give Ourselves Martha Gever
How to Tame a Wild Tongue Gloria Anzaldua
Repetition as a Figure of Black Culture James A Snead
Mourning and Militancy Douglas Crimp
Black HairStyle Politics Kobena Mercer
Complexion Richard Rodriguez
Reflections on Exile Edward Said
Linda Peckham Speaking Apartheid
Marginalia Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
Traces of a Journey
Mythic Reversals and the Striptease Gerald Vizenor in Four Scenes
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