ANNETTE KOLODNY DANCING THROUGH THE MINEFIELD PDF

Annette Kolodny quotes. Quote:”Dancing through the Minefield: Some Observations on the Theory, Practice, and Politics of a Feminist Literary Criticism” . Annette Kolodny. Dancing Through the Minefield: Some Observations on the Theory, practice, and Politics of a Feminist Literary Criticism. Kolodny’s theoretical. Dancing Through the Minefield: Some Observations on the Theory, Practice, and Politics of a Feminist Annette Kolodny – – Feminist Studies 14 (3)

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Over the course of her scholarly career, Kolodny has received grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship, and others. Indian Country Today Media Network. What we need to understand in any literary history, we have to learn from the past in order to understand the present. Notify me of new comments througy email. Examples of this would include liberal feminismsocialist feminismand ecofeminism.

I find it difficult to create a summary of this excerpt; I found so much that was enjoyable and noteworthy in it that I fear my summary may be longer than the excerpt itself.

Morgan – – Critical Inquiry 2 4: Kolodny suggests that we have to create new ways of judging our literary works that we have to find other ways and methods. Kolodny suggests that if we are going to establish canon functions, first of all we have to forget our own making.

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Briefly, social constructionism is a school of thought that involves looking at the ways social phenomena are created, by people. Judith Kegan Gardiner – – Feminist Studies 8 3: Our understanding of the meaning of any text is a result of our needs and desires as well as our predisposition.

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She retired from the University of Arizona in July and has continued an active professional life as a consultant in higher education policy issues and as a scholar of American literature and culture. History of Western Philosophy. Heyes – – Cornell University Press. For example, the western literary canon has been largely created by well-educated white men, and the focus of the canon is therefore on works by well-educated white men.

The Eighteenth Century”, discusses the romanticized agrarian and pastoral ideals that coloured the view of America, especially in its comparisons to ideal lands like Elysium and Arcadiaand the consequences that arose from such ideals, such as the exploitation and alteration of the land. By using this site, annetet agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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This entry was posted on Tuesday, February 20th, at 7: Dancing Between Left and Right: Instead, it became either a nurturing maternal figure, existing to provide sustenance, or a passive virginal figure, existing only to be dominated, sexually or otherwise. A Reply to Annette Kolodny. She insists, however, that she is not suggesting anything must go, simply that more women should be added.

Kolodny begins her essay by discussing the history of feminist literary criticism and justifying the value of it. Because of our changed assumption, circumstances, and requirements, we get different meanings and different interpretations even if we read the same text different times.

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Kolodny taught at several universities, including the University of Maryland and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute before being named Dean of the College of Humanities at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

In chapter 2, “Surveying the Virgin Land: Sometimes, because of our reading habits, our reading become fixed which means that our expectations later on will be the same specially when we read works which follow the work which we read it first. It is a book about needed educational innovations in the twenty-first century.

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You are commenting using your WordPress. Request removal from index. Literary works about feminism criticism always interest me. We have to establish new norms of evaluation of our works of art by developing our critical methods of evaluation which we used before. dxncing

I was quite minefoeld with this excerpt from Kolodny. An Interchange on Feminist Criticism: It also has tones of ecofeminismwhich will be discussed below.

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