describes the stratification of the Oroyeye priestesses as simple, their social, ethical and political power is anything but simple.
recurre aqui a la propia teoria de la traduccion del poeta beat, segun la cual no se debe traducir las palabras sino la <<vida>> o la <<respiracion>> del original (lo que Erwin Gentzler, en Contemporary translation theories (2001), denomina como teoria modernista de la traduccion, y que a su juicio adolece de una confianza mistica en la equivalencia transpuesta a un plano metafisico).
Even if the advice comes from a place of love, it may be heard as threatening the daughter-in-law's authority and challenging her role as a mom and chief caretaker in her family, said Apter
nous convie a une plongee interpretative revivifiante dans l'ethnographie classique.
says mothers feel excluded by the wives from their sons' lives, and wives can be jealous of the close relationship between the husband and his mum.
stresses the importance of carving separate identities: "A sister presents us with someone similar to us, but she also reveals our differences.
not only tells the story of the FESTAC itself, but brilliantly goes backward in Nigerian history to explore the origins, meanings, and transformations of two of FESTAC's central events: the riverine Regatta and the northern durbar.
The populist initiative of the Bataka, indeed, failed so thoroughly that when he studied Buganda politics in the 1950s, David Apter
characterized the movement as successful principally as local, conservative, politics, rather than national disruption and mobilization.
, Judi Gale, Yun-yen Tsong, and Irving Sivin.
Responses the first part covers the editor himself, David Damrosch, Emily Apter
, Richard Rorty, Dielal Kadir, David Ferris, Francoise Lionnet, Gail Finney, Steven Ungar, Caroline Eckhardt, Christopher Braider and Fedwa Malti-Douglas; the second part--Katie Trumpener, Caryl Emerson, Roland Greene, Linda Hutcheon, Zhang Longxi, Jonathan Culler and Marshall Brown.
The Hartford named Ronald Apter
as vice president and deputy associate counsel for compliance.
In her attempt to prove the similarities between masquerade and fetishism as two pathologies that articulate the use of veils or clothing to conceal hidden desires, Emily Apter
goes back to nineteenth-century French authors to show the creation of feminine stereotypes that were later, according to Apter
, reappropiated by psychoanalytic theory.