The Crisis in the Humanities and the Writing of History



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According to the poststructuralist understanding of power, since there is no position prior to, or independent of, the normative operations of power, neither the identity nor the category of the subject can be formulated independently of social and cultural norms. Correspondingly, there cannot be an identity category that is universally representative. However, in the case of feminism, since such understanding seems to mean rejecting the autonomy of the subject and restraining the possibility of collectivit...
The dialectic and the tragedy of citizenship
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This essay aims to review the contemporary debate on citizenship with a focus on the present dilemma of the institution of citizenship between equality and difference. Citizenship today seems to have become stuck between a categorical commitment to either universalism or particularism. It is as if there is no alternative but to opt for either assimilation (national citizenship) or group fetishism (the end of citizenship). In this essay, however, I argue that citizenship today is not as helpless as it looks....
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A. B. Özkaya, “The Crisis in the Humanities and the Writing of History,” 1997, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: