5 edition of The intervention of philology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-220) and index.
|Statement||Jane O. Newman.|
|Series||University of North Carolina studies in the Germanic languages and literatures ;, no. 122|
|LC Classifications||PT1745.L5 N49 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 226 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||99040597|
For more than three decades, preeminent scholars in comparative literature and postcolonial studies have called for a return to philology as the indispensable basis of critical method in the humanities. Against such calls, this book argues that the privilege philology has always enjoyed within the modern humanities silently reinforces a colonial hierarchy. "James Turner's book on 'philology' must be the most wide-ranging work of intellectual history for many years." —Tom Shippey, Wall Street Journal "[Turner] traces philology's origins and history, from Greek rhetoric to the Renaissance, on through the dawn of the modern humanities in the 19th-century and finally into its 20th-century decline.
Philology definition: Philology is the study of words, especially the history and development of the words in a | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Category: Book Intervention. Feb 05 In-house binding for quick access to course reserves. Posted on February 5, Febru by Abigail Evans. As part of the Preservation Department’s customer service focus, books that are placed on rush are processed faster so that patrons can have access to these materials sooner. Not long.
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This book examines the interplay of history, textuality, dramaturgy, and politics in the school dramas of Daniel Casper von Lohenstein (–). The plays are based on well-known episodes from classical Roman history and were staged in Breslau by students at two all-male humanistic : Judith P.
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be the first. be the first. : $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction. Gender, Knowledge, Philology: The Case of Daniel Casper von Lohenstein --Lohenstein at the Crossroads: Early Modern Studies and the Politics of Location --Philology and the Construction of Early Modern Gender Identity --The Worlds of Daniel Casper von Lohenstein Philology is defined as "the multifaceted study of texts, languages, and the phenomenon of language itself".
According to this book, it's also the parent of disciplines such as history, literature, and basically most of the humanities (except Philosophy).
Personally, I've never heard of Philology before this book.4/5(17). Philology is the study of language in oral and written historical sources; it is the intersection of textual criticism, literary criticism, history, and linguistics.
Philology is more commonly defined as the study of literary texts as well as oral and written records, the establishment of their authenticity and their original form, and the determination of their meaning. Your next book is Joseph Scaliger: A Study in the History of Classical Scholarship.
This is a book by Anthony Grafton of Princeton, who is the greatest living scholar of early modern philology. It’s a 2-volume work about Joseph Scaliger who was one of the great late 16th, early 17th century philologists.
Philology is the study of ancient languages and written texts, with a focus on their history and development. A person who specializes in the study of ancient texts and tries to understand their meaning while establishing their authenticity is called a philologist.
The word philology is defined literally as the love of words. "This fascinating book makes a powerful argument: that the modern humanities derived in large part from the broad tradition of philology.
This genealogy, Turner shows, clarifies the origins of both the modern research university and its disciplines, and explains similarities between such apparently diverse fields as history and comparative s: Philology is derived from the Greek terms φίλος (love) and λόγος (word, reason) and literally means a love of words.
It is the study of language in literary sources and is a combination of literary studies, history and linguistics. Philology is generally associated with Greek and Classical Latin, in which it is termed philologia.
The idea of "world religions" expresses a vague commitment to multiculturalism. Not merely a descriptive concept, "world religions" is actually a particular ethos, a pluralist ideology, a logic of classification, and a form of knowledge that has shaped the study of religion and infiltrated ordinary this ambitious study, Tomoko Masuzawa examines the emergence of "world religions" in.
The critique of philology that this book succeeds in proffering is startling and successful in part because it is itself an example of philological work at its finest. Nietzsche and the Philology of the Future is part of a trilogy 3 on Wilamowitz’s famous adversary whose major project appears to be to illustrate the deep continuities.
philology, onomastics, and the history of ideas. Through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, books in the series have been reissued in new paperback and open access digital editions. For a complete list of books visit ImUNCI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES.
Philology Books Showing of 1, The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary (Paperback) by. Simon Winchester (shelved 9 times as philology) avg rating — 94, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Philology, traditionally, the study of the history of language, including the historical study of literary texts.
It is also called comparative philology when the emphasis is on the comparison of the historical states of different languages. The philological tradition is one of painstaking textual analysis, often related to literary history and using a fairly traditional descriptive framework.
PHILOLOGY. The Forgotten Origins of the Modern Humanities. By James Turner. Princeton Univ. $ What do such disparate fields as.
A more globalized concept of culture and the tsunami of information made available by the digital revolution call for new reading practices. The emerging discipline of World Literature is an attempt to create such practice, but one that would seem to have very little place in it for the highly specialized skills that define philology, the closest of all close reading strategies.
In his book Philology: The Forgotten Origins of the Modern Humanities (), James Turner defines the term more broadly as "the multifaceted study of texts, languages, and the phenomenon of language itself." See the observations below. Etymology: From the Greek, "fond of learning or of words".
About the author. Jane O. Newman is Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine. She is the author of Pastoral Conventions: Poetry, Language, and Thought in Seventeenth-Century Nuremberg and The Intervention of Philology:.
Written by an international cast of experts, The Materiality of Text showcases a wide range of innovative methodologies from ancient history, literary studies, epigraphy, and art history and provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on the physicality of writing in antiquity.
The contributions focus on epigraphic texts in order to gauge questions of their placement, presence, and perception.This is not a book about blaming the Middle Ages or the West for racism; it is an erudite plea to pursue the study of racialisms, for truth's sake.
No one interested in the vexing and tragic history of racial thought and the practices that it informed can afford to ignore this magisterial intervention. 6 comments for “ Notes on Book of Mormon Philology. Vb The utility of philology: Nephite origins ” 2 Nephi, since the inclusion of so much Isaiah material there seems to strongly suggest a later, more singular textual intervention) were floating around the Nephite and other communities during the Zarahemla period is, again.