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Jews and the Ends of Theory

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Theory has often been coded as "Jewish"-not merely because Jewish intellectuals have been central participants, but also, this book argues, because certain problematics of modern Jewishness enrich theoretical questions across the humanities. In the range of violence and agency that can attend the appellation "Jew," Jewishness is revealed as a rhetorical and not just social fact, one tied to profound questions of power, subjectivity, identity, figuration, language, and relation that are also central to modern theory and modern politics. Understanding Jewishness in its fluidity, this book helps articulate theory's potential to mediate pessimistic and utopian impulses, experiences, and realities.

Author Biography

Shai Ginsburg (Edited By) Shai Ginsburg is Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at Duke University. Martin Land (Edited By) Martin Land is Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Hadassah College and the Open University of Israel. Jonathan Boyarin (Edited By) Jonathan Boyarin is Diann G. and Thomas A. Mann Professor of Modern Jewish Studies at Cornell University.
Release date NZ
November 6th, 2018
Contributors
Contributions by Elliot R. Wolfson Contributions by Jay Geller Contributions by Martin Jay Contributions by Martin Land Contributions by Sarah Hammerschlag Contributions by Sergey Dolgopolski Contributions by Svetlana Boym Edited by Jonathan Boyarin Edited by Martin Land Edited by Shai Ginsburg
Pages
336
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Fordham University Press
ISBN-13
9780823282005
Product ID
28051708

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