The Russian Avant-Garde, and Radikal Modernism (Review)

Pamir Dietrich, Ayşe


The Russian Avant-Garde, and Radikal Modernism (Book Review)
Pamir Dietrich, Ayşe (2017-01-01)
This book is a collection of articles on the Russian Avant-Garde and Radical Modernism which give the reader a historical perspective on the last phase of the modernist creative history of the Russian Avant-Garde. Divided into six chapters, this collaborative work begins with a section that provides background information on the Russian Avant-Garde and Radical Modernism. In the first two decades of the 20th century developments in Russia created a climate favorable to revolutionary ideas which, in turn, he...
Ertuğrul, Kürşad (2019-01-01)
This study explores the characteristics of postmodern complexity as a social and aesthetic condition in Turkish fiction. The reflections of this condition are intellectually registered in the novels of Turkish author Hasan Ali Toptas. His selected works are taken as representative of the postmodern avant-garde. Lyotard's reflections on the postmodern condition and the avant-garde are deployed in this analysis - in an extensive interpretation of Lyotard's analytical work, it is suggested that the postmodern ...
The Soft Power of the Russian Language (Review)
Pamir Dietrich, Ayşe (2020-07-01)
The Soft Power of the Russian Language (Book Review)
Pamir Dietrich, Ayşe (2020-07-01)
This collaborative work examines the socio-linguistic situations of the Russian language and its status outside the Russian Federation, or, as the authors put it, the Near and Far Abroad.[1] The pluricentric trends that involve political, ideological and socio-economic power, and the intensified centrifugal tendencies in the development of Russian on the territory of ex-Soviet states are also analyzed. The book consists of four chapters. Each chapter is composed of several articles (twenty-one) that comple...
The Neoliberal Discourse on Corruption as a Means of Consent Building: reflections from post-crisis Turkey
Bedirhanoğlu Toker, Pınar (2007-01-01)
This article draws attention to the ideological role that the neoliberal discourse on corruption has fulfilled in the promotion of the second generation reforms in Southern countries since the 1997 East Asian financial crisis. This discourse is ahistoric insofar as it fails to recognise corruption as a problem of modernity; biased insofar as it associates corruption with Southern countries' historical and cultural specificities only; contradictory in terms of its counter-productive anti-corruption strategie...
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