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Paul Ashton, Toula Nicolacopoulous and George Vassilacopoulos: The Spirit of the Age and The Fate of Philosophical Thinking

Mikhail Bakhtin: Chapter Three: The Idea in Dostoevsky in Problems with Dostoevsky's Poetics

Claire Bishop: Introduction: Viewers as Producers in Participation

Axel Burns: Some Exploratory Notes on Produsers and Produage

boyd danah: Why Youth (Heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life

Vannevar Bush: As We May Think 1945

Edward Bushcombe: Ideas of Authorship

Umberto Eco: The Poetics of the Open Work in The Open Work

Jochen Gerz: Toward Public Authorship

Charles Green: Introduction: Collaboration as Symptom in The Third Hand: Collaboration in Art from Conceptualism to Postmodernism

Donna Haraway: A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century

Brian Holmes: The Flexible Personality: For a New Cultural Critique

Grant Kester: Chapter Four: A Critical Framework for Dialogic Practice in Conversation Pieces

John Law and John Ury: Enacting the Social

Sally J. Morgan: British Contextualism as Processual Postmodern Practice

Chantal Mouffe: Introduction to The Return of the Political

Hans Ulrich Obrist interview with Howard Becker

Brian O'Connor: Introduction: Adorno's Negative Dialectics

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Gene Ray: Another (Art) World Is Possible: Theorizing Oppositional Convergence

Christopher L. Salter and Sha Xin Wei: Sponge: A Case Study in Practice-based Collaborative Research

Donlad Schon: From Technical Rationality to Reflection in Action

Trebor Scholz: The Participatory Challenge

Terge Steinulfsson Skjerdal: In search of a philosophy of praxis in Adorno's negative dialectics

Blake Stimson and Gregory Scholette: Periodizing Collectivism

Tzvetan Todorov: Chapter Seven: Philosophical Anthropology in The Dialogical Principle: Theory & History of Literature

Stephen Wright: The Use-Value of Contemporary Art


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This is Marsha Bradfield's research page


Reflections

Why a "Research Review"?

Notes on Structure

Texts to read post-Confirmation


Aspects

Annotated Bibliography

Lexicons

List of Abbreviations


Threads

A

Aesthetic Activity * The Aesthetic Surplus of Seeing * Anthropology vs. Sociology * Foucault's Archaeology * The New Aesthetics

B

De-fetishization of the Bakhtin Cult * Mikhail Bakhtin: Biography * Bakhin's Non-Alibi of Being * Bakhtin's relationship to Dostoevsky * Ken Hirschkop's argument in Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy

D

Critique of Bakhtin's Dialogism * Dialogue * Dialogue vs Dialectics * Towards a Dialogic Sensibility * Overarching Method: Dialogical Epistemology * Types of Dialogues * The Distinction between Dialogue and Discourse * Dostoevsky's Difference * Durability of Inscriptions * Documentary * Andrew Chesher's "dialogical documentary"

E

Bakhtin's Ethics * Bakhtin's Ethics and Aesthetics


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F

Figuration in Bakhtin's Writing

G

Genre

H

Heteroglossia * Heteroglossia and the Public Sphere * History and Tradition * Ken Hirschkop's argument in Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy

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J

K

Keywords in Bakhtin's Approach *

L

Formal Linguistics

M

Monologic*

N

The Novel

O

P

Polyphony * Practice * The Public Square * The Slippery Categories of Public and Private in the Public Square * Publicness * The Language of Publicness

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R

Responsibility * Representation * Bakthin's Views on Rhetoric * Relational Aesthetics * Critiques of Relational Aesthetics *

S

The Semiotics of Space * Social Constructivism * Social Interactionism * Social Media * Spatio-temporality in the Heteroglot Novel * Struggle in Bakhtin * Bakhtinian Subjectivity * Emergent Subjectivities in Bakhtin's Reading of Dostoevsky's Heteroglot Novels * Speech Life * Subject and Object

T

Terminological Distinctions in Bakhtin's Scholarship * Theoretical Timeline * Truth

U

Uneveness of Discourse


Research on Research

Theodor Adorno: "Introduction" in Negative Dialectics

Theodor Adorno: "Part Two: Negative Dialectics: Concept and Categories" in Negative Dialects

Paul Ashton, Toula Nicolacopoulous and George Vassilacopoulos: The Spirit of the Age and The Fate of Philosophical Thinking

Mikhail Bakhtin: Art and Answerability

Mikhail Bakhtin: Chapter Three: The Idea in Dostoevsky in Problems with Dostoevsky's Poetics

Bruce Barber: The Gift of Littoral Art Practice

Howard Becker Interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist

Amanda Beech: Don't fight it: the embodiment of critique

Sophie Berrebi: Documentary and the Dialectical Document in Contemporary Art

Claire Bishop: Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics

Claire Bishop: The Social Turn: Collaboration and its Discontents

Henk Borgdorff: The Debate on Research in the Arts

Andrew Cheshire: Abstact to Seeing Connections: Documentary as an Intervention in the Social World

Italo Calvino: Multiplicity in Six Memos for the Next Millennium

David Carrier: Review: The Truth in Painting by Jacques Derrida

Nick Couldry: Actor Network Theory and Media: Do They Connect and on What Terms?

Judith Butler: Performative Acts and Gender Constitution

Geoff Danaher, Tony Schirato and Jen Webb: Chapter Ten: Arts of the Self in Understanding Foucault

Mladen Dolar: Chapter Five: The Politics of the Voice

Francois Deck: Reciprocal Expertise

Stephen Dunscombe: Dream: Re-Imagining Progressive Politics in An Age of Fantasy

Gemma Corradi Fiumara: A Philosophy of Listening within a Tradition of Questioning

Michel Foucault: The Hermeneutic of the Subject

Michel Foucault: What is an Author?

Carol Gigliotti: The Aesthetics of a Virtual World

Donna Haraway: A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century

Grant Kester: Conversation Pieces: Community, Communication and Modern Art

Thomas Hirschhorn: Doing Art Politically: What does it mean?

Chunglin Kwa: Romantic and Baroque Conceptions of Complex wholes in the Sciences

John Law: Making a Mess with Method

Bruno Latour: From Realpolitik to Dingpolitik or How to Make Things Public

Maurizio Lazzarato: Bakhtin's Theory of the Utterance

Darian Leader: The System of Rodney Graham's Costume Trilogy

Maria Lind: The Collaborative Turn

Katy MacLeod: The functions of the written text in practice-based PhD submissions

Kirsten Mey: The Gesture of Writing

Peter Osborne: Non-places and the spaces of art

David Runciman: Introduction to Political Hypocrisy: The Mask of Power, From Hobes to Orwell and Beyond

Florian Schneider: Collaboration

Terge Steinulfsson Skjerdal: In search of a philosophy of praxis in Adorno's negative dialectics

Tzvetan Todorov: Chapter Three: Major Options in Mikhail Bakhtin: The Dialogical Principle

Sherry Turkle: Introduction in Life on the Screen

Stephen Wright: The Use-Value of Contemporary Art


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