Gramsci, language, and translation

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Lexington Books , Lanham, Md
Statementedited by Peter Ives and Rocco Lacorte
SeriesCultural studies / pedagogy / activism, Cultural studies/pedagogy/activism
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LC ClassificationsP85.G72 G73 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 326 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL24478389M
ISBN 100739118595, 0739118609
ISBN 139780739118597, 9780739118603
LC Control Number2010003948
OCLC/WorldCa503308127

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Get Gramsci from a library. Gramsci, language, and translation. [Peter Ives; Rocco Lacorte;] -- ""In the crowded field of Gramsci studies, this is a gem of rare beauty. It provides an English readership with a wide-ranging introduction to an important set of insights.

The contributors are the. Table of Contents. Part 1 Introduction—Translating Gramsci on Language, Translation, and Politics Part 2 Part I—Gramsci's Linguistics and Gramsci's Marxism Chapter 3 Chapter 1—The Linguistic Roots of Gramsci's Non-Marxism Chapter 4 Chapter 2—Linguistics and Marxism in the Thought of Antonio Gramsci Chapter 5 Chapter 3—Language from Nature to History: More on Gramsci the Author: Peter Ives.

In the language field of Gramsci studies, this is a gem of rare beauty. It provides an English readership with a wide-ranging introduction to an important set of insights, language initially in Italy but taken up elsewhere, into Gramsci's theory, methods, the key concept of hegemony, his approach to the language question, and more general issues of political : Paperback.

Language and Hegemony in Gramsci introduces Gramsci’s social and political thought through his writings on language. It shows how his focus on language illuminates his central ideas such as hegemony, organic and traditional intellectuals, passive revolution, civil society and subalternity.

Expertly edited by Peter Ives and Rocco Lacorte, Gramsci, Language, and Translation gathers the rigorous and provocative inquiries of an impressive array of international scholars crossing the Gramsci boundaries of political science, sociology, linguistics, translation studies, history, etc.

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by Giorgio Baratta,Derek Boothman,Lucia Borghese,Francisco F. Buey,Tullio De Mauro,Fabio Frosini,Stefano Gensini,Marcus Green,Peter Ives,Maurizio Lichtner,Franco Lo Piparo,Utz Maas,Luigi Rosiello,Edoardo Sanguineti,Anne ShowstackSassoon,André Tosel. Cultural Studies/Pedagogy/Activism. Thanks for Sharing.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Book Description: Language and Hegemony in Gramsci introduces Gramsci’s social and political thought through his writings on language. It shows how his focus on language illuminates his central ideas such as hegemony, organic and traditional intellectuals, passive revolution, civil society and subalternity.

In an earlier review of another book on Gramsci (Gramsci, Language, and Translation), I observed that a publication of an anthology of Gramsci’s texts (or just appropriate fragments) dealing with language and translation, together with a glossary of Gramscian idiosyncratic terminology, would be an idea worth considering.

Carlucci’s study. Gramsci’s translation of Finck’s work Gramsci’s comments on Panzini’s Italian grammar Early work on Manzoni Pre-prison writings and prison notes Gramsci’s writings on language Gramsci and linguistic disciplines Early research Exploring Gramsci’s ideas on language Using Gramsci’s Cited by: 8.

This anthology brings together key articles translated into English for the first time from Italian debates concerning Antonio Gramsci's writings on language, ISBN Buy the Gramsci, Language, and Translation ebook.

writings on language and translation for an array of debates across many fields and disciplines. InFranco Lo Piparo’s Lingua, Intellettuali e Egemonia in Gramsci [Language, Intellectuals and Hegemony in Gramsci] added the first, thor-ough, book-length analysis to the small but significant Italian literature.

Language and Hegemony in Gramsci demonstrates how Gramsci’s writings on language illuminate his entire social and political thought. It documents Gramsci’s concern with language from his university studies in linguistics, where he initially derived his famous concept of hegemony, to.

Expertly edited by Peter Ives and Rocco Lacorte, Gramsci, Language, and Translation gathers the rigorous and provocative inquiries of an impressive array of international scholars crossing the traditional boundaries of political science, sociology, linguistics, translation studies, history, cturer: Lexington Books.

Gramsci, Language, And Translation DOWNLOAD HERE This book provides the first English translations of pivotal essays and debates on the role of language politics, linguistics, and translation in Antonio Gramsci's influential cultural theory.

It also includes new. Gramsci and Languages. likes 3 talking about this. This book explores the origins and significance of Antonio Gramsci’s interest in language, showing in particular how his experience of Followers: Language and relativism in Gramsci Foucault, language and power Power in Gramsci and Foucault New social movements and discourse: Laclau and Mouffe Laclau and Mouffe’s linguistically informed ‘Hegemony’ Globalization Notes Bibliography Index 6/9/04 PM Page viiFile Size: KB.

Maas’s essay is one of the many places in the reviewed book stressing the topicality of Gramsci’s thought for current philosophy of language. The first part of the book concludes with a short interview with Edoardo Sanguineti, an Italian writer, poet, artist, translator, one time political activist, and founder of the avant-garde movement.

Giorgio Baratta is the author of Le Rose E I Quaderni ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Gramsci da un secolo all'altro ( avg rat 3/5(1).

For Gramsci’s discussion of ‘the grammar “immanent” in language itself,’ see Antonio Gramsci, Selections from Cultural Writings, ed.

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David Forgacs and Geoffrey Nowell Smith, trans. William Boelhower (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), –2. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Both Gramsci and Benjamin overturn the "common sense" understanding of translation as the presentation of the same thing in a different language.

Translation for them, as for some contemporary theorists of translation, is not a question of equivalence, nor is it the overcoming of the problems created by linguistic diversity. The essays this volume rectify lacunae concerning language and translation in Gramsci's writings.

They open dialogue and connections between Gramscian approaches to the relationships among language, culture, political economy, and historical materialism with other Marxist and non-Marxist thinkers such as Walter Benjamin, Valentin Volosinov Format: Formato Kindle.

taken from Kipling, and was often used by Gramsci and his wife, Julija (Jul’ka), in the letters they exchanged before Gramsci’s arrest. Keywords Gramsci in English translations, Prison Notebooks, Prison letters, Pre-prison letters, anthologies, integral translation of : Joseph A.

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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Get this from a library. Gramsci and languages: unification, diversity, hegemony.

[Alessandro Carlucci] -- Antonio Gramsci () is one of the most translated Italian authors of all time. After the Second World War his thought became increasingly influential, and remained relevant throughout the. including language. Gramsci’s university linguistics studies also proved important, with the questions of linguistic substrata (which foreshadow later sociolinguistic notions) and the dialect/national language relation being crucial.

Overriding all, however, is Gramsci’s reading of the concrete Size: KB. Gramsci's Politics of Language: Engaging the Bakhtin Circle and the Frankfurt School Peter Ives Antonio Gramsci and his concept of hegemony have permeated social and political theory, cultural studies, education studies, literary criticism, international relations, and post-colonial theory.

Gramsci’s translation of Finck’s work Gramsci’s comments on Panzini’s Italian grammar Early work on Manzoni Pre-prison writings and prison notes Gramsci’s writings on language Gramsci and linguistic disciplines Early research Exploring Gramsci’s ideas on language Using Gramsci’s.

A previous English translation of some of the works of Gramsci contained in this volume, together with one or two of the earlier writings, translated and edited by Louis Marks, was published by Lawrence andFile Size: 3MB. Addeddate Identifier LanguageAndHegemonyInGramsciReadingGramsci Identifier-ark ark://t5nf9v Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR).

For Gramsci, language was crucial to grasping the popular appeal of fascism, as well as the working of hegemony more generally.

Language and translation were also central to the philosophy of praxis – the practices and processes of rendering coherent fragmentary “common sense,” enabling new forms of critical by: