1 edition of Special issue on Alexander Kluge found in the catalog.
Special issue on Alexander Kluge
|Statement||introduction by Miriam Hansen.|
|Series||New German critique -- no.49|
"Kluge Issue" of October, Fall Huber, A, "Kluge Sites," in Filmnews, vol. 19, no. 9, Rainer, Y., and Larsen, E., "We Are Demolition Artists," in Independent, June "Special Issue on Alexander Kluge," New German Critique, Win-ter Intimacy: A Special Issue Lauren Berlant "I didn't think it would turn out this way" is the secret epitaph of intimacy. To intimate is to communicate with the sparest of signs and gestures, and at its root intimacy has the quality of eloquence and brevity. But intimacy also involves an aspiration for a narrative about something shared, a story.
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Asks the Secret Service agent in one of Alexander Kluge's short stories from The Devil's Blind Spot. "A man in Wittenberg," replies the university professor, a specialist in medieval metaphysics, who has been brought from Germany to the Pentagon's Terrorist Screening Center.
about Alexander Kluge The literature about Kluge and his work is now vast. The following list of books and articles does not attempt to be comprehensive. Rather, wherever possible, it concentrates on critical texts [Special Kluge issue.] Hurst, Heike, "Vom grossen Verhau zum grossen Verschnitt," Frauen und Film, 16 (), pp.
Alexander Kluge is best known as a founding member of the New German Cinema. His work, however, spans a diverse range of fields and, over the last fifty years, he has been active as a filmmaker, writer and television producer. ().
Less than Bodies: Cellular Knowledge and Alexander Kluge's “The Air Raid on Halberstadt on 8 April ”. The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory: Vol. 85, Alexander Kluge, pp.
Cited by: 2. The role of “counterfactual hope” in German author Alexander Kluge’s work, and his “incomparable dedication to the conjoined causes of survival and happiness,” formed much of the inspiration for Leslie Adelson’s new book, “Cosmic Miniatures and the Future Sense: Alexander Kluge’s 21st-century Literary Experiments in German Culture and Narrative Form.”.
television features. When October dedicated a special issue to his work nearly twenty-five years ago, Kluge had just embarked on this phase of his production.3 While these 1. Alexander Kluge, Lebensläufe (Stuttgart: Goverts, ).
Translated as Case Histories (New York: Holmes & Meier, ). New German Critique No 49 Special Issue on Alexander Kluge - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Alexander Kluge is one of the leading intellectual voices in Germany today.
Described, as a young man, as “Adorno’s favorite son” (O. Negt), over the past half century Kluge has created a vast body of work that can be regarded as a continuation, in word and image, of the Critical Theory of the Frankfurt School.
Alexander Kluge (born 14 February ) is a German author, philosopher, academic and film director. (which he articulated in his book Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere) and calls for the development of a new "proletarian public sphere" grounded in the life experience of the working class.
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Translated by Martin Chalmers, Kluge’s Air Raid is a touchstone event in German literature of the postwar orating photographs, diagrams, and drawings, Kluge captures the overwhelming rapidity and totality of the organized destruction of his town from numerous perspectives, bringing to life both the strategy from above and the futility of the response on the ground.
Alexander Kluge, born in German inis a world-famous author and filmmaker (his twenty-three films include Yesterday Girl, The Female Patriot, and The Candidate), a lawyer, and a media has won German’s highest literary award, the George Büchner Prize in addition to his four gold lions from the Venice Film Festival.
Kluge, Alexander (). ‘The Assault of the Present on the Rest of Time’, trans. Tamara Evans and Stuart Liebman, New German Critique, 49, (Special Issue on Alexander Kluge.
From the November-December Issue. Also in this issue. Interview: Alexander Kluge By Jan Dawson. Subscribe to the magazine. For Kluge, the mourning for the millions of lives wasted and scarred by National Socialism is—like the process itself—not yet over.
Selected essays (books and journal issues) October "Alexander Kluge: Theoretical Writings, Stories and an Interview", ed. Stuart Liebman, MIT Press, Fallpp. (English) New German Critique Special Issue on Alexander Kluge, New York: Telos,pp.
(English) In Gefahr und größter Not bringt der Mittelweg den Tod. Alexander Kluge is best known as a founding member of the New German Cinema movement, but his work has spanned a number of genres and media. This wide-ranging book assembles a diverse selection of texts, from nonfiction writings and short stories by Kluge, to critical essays by renowned international scholars on Kluge’s work, to transcripts of interviews with the artist himself.
Alexander Kluge is one of the major German fiction writers of the late twentieth century as well as filmmaker, director, screenwriter and an important social critic.
Books. Public Sphere and Experience. by Alexander Kluge and Oskar Negt. Related blog posts. Fredric Jameson. 25 February Alexander Kluge and Gerhard Richter Gerhard Richter 5 December In order to explain the principle, said Heiner Müller, why Stalingrad was on the one hand historically necessary and on the other, from the perspective of human beings, not at all, I have to tell a fictitious story.Kluge features Friedrich’s work in books and films from the late s and early ’80s like Die Patriotin (The Patriotic Woman, ), which includes a shot of Friedrich’s sepia drawing.