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A:

The Aesthetic Surplus of Seeing * Anthropology vs. Sociology * Foucault's Archaeology * The New Aesthetics * Art * Authorship * Assumptions * Taken-for-Granted Architectures * Archives * Aesthetics * Attention * Double Attention * Absorption * Aesthetics of Matters of Fact * Artist-Run * Art

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 * Behind the Scenes and Off the Page
C:

Collaboration * Coping with change *

D:
Critique of Bakhtin's Dialogism * Dialogue * Dialogue vs Dialectics * Dialogic Relations * Towards a Dialogic Sensibility * Overarching Method: Dialogical Epistemology * The Distinction between Dialogue and Discourse * Dostoevsky's Difference * Durability of Inscriptions * Documentary * Andrew Chesher's "dialogical documentary" * Meta-Dialogue * Discursive Formation * Discipline * Discourse Analysis * Drawing * Dissemination * Strategies of Documentation
E:
Bakhtin's Ethics * Bakhtin's Ethics and Aesthetics * Ethical Criticism of Art * Online Ethnography * etoy * Empiricism * Definitions of Ethnography * Exhibition as Art * Ecology *
F:
Fictions
G:
Genre
H:
Heteroglossia * Heteroglossia and the Public Sphere * History and Tradition * Ken Hirschkop's argument in Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy * Hypocrisy
I:
Intertextuality * In-depth Interviews * Interview
J:
K:
Keywords in Bakhtin's Approach * Knowledges
L:
Listening * Formal Linguistics
M:
Meta-Rules * Monologic* Maxims
N:
The Novel
O:
Playing/Working with Others * Behind the Scenes and Off the Page
P:
Produsage * Polyphony * Practice * The Public Square * The Slippery Categories of Public and Private in the Public Square * Publicness * The Language of Publicness * Prosaics and the Everyday * Politics and/as Art * Playing/Working with Others * politics - with a small "p" * Psychological Attitudes * Postmonument * Participant Observation
Q:
Questions and Answers * Types of Questions * Qualitative Research Techniques
R:
Responsibility * Reported Speech * Representation * Bakthin's Views on Rhetoric * Relational Aesthetics * Critiques of Relational Aesthetics * Risk * Reception of Artworks * Reflexivity * Reader Response Criticism * The Rule of Reciprocation
S:
Subjectivity and Subjectivities * 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 * Shadows * Social Bookmarking * Making sense of experience
T:
Terminological Distinctions in Bakhtin's Scholarship * Theoretical Timeline * Truth * Transparency * Travel as Metaphor * Translinguistics * Time/Bank
U:
The Utterance * Uneveness of Discourse
V:
The Viva * Vernaculars * Visuality * Value
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