Culture-Power-History: A Reader in Contemporary Social Theory

by , ,

Write The First Customer Review

The intellectual radicalism of the 1960s spawned a new set of questions about the role and nature of "the political" in social life, questions that have since revolutionized nearly every field of thought, from literary criticism through anthropology to the philosophy of science. Michel Foucault in particular made us aware that whatever our functionally defined "roles" in society, we are constantly negotiating questions of authority and the control of the definitions of reality. Such insights have led theorists to challenge ...

Culture-Power-History: A Reader in Contemporary Social Theory 1993, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780691032207

Hardcover

Select