4 edition of Religion and cultural memory found in the catalog.
Religion and cultural memory
|Statement||Jan Assmann ; translated by Rodney Livingstone.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
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"Religion and Cultural Memory is not only an excellent book for scholars who want to develop a timely understanding of theoretical key concepts like memory, text, myth, and ritual, but is also a stimulation introduction for anyone interested in the genisis of our cultural self-understanding." —Philosophy in Review/Comptes Rendus Philosophiques.
"Religion and Cultural Memory is not only an excellent book for scholars who want to develop a timely understanding of theoretical key concepts like memory, text, myth, and ritual, but is also a stimulation introduction for anyone interested in the genisis of our cultural self-understanding."Cited by: In ten brilliant essays, Jan Assmann explores the connections between religion, culture, and memory.
Building on Maurice Halbwachs's idea that memory, like language, is a social phenomenon as well as an individual one, he argues that memory has a cultural dimension too. He develops a persuasive view of the life of the past in such surface phenomena as codes, religious rites and festivals, and.
In ten brilliant essays, Jan Assmann explores the connections between religion, culture, and memory. Building on Maurice Halbwachs's idea that memory, like language, is a social phenomenon as well as an individual one, he argues that memory has a cultural dimension too.4/5.
"The collection of essays Religion and Media is an important contribution to a variety of disciplines, including but not limited to philosophy, media studies, sociology, religious studies, anthropology and literary theory. It is huge in scope, theoretically ambitious and is sure to become a stardard work in courses and seminars in media studies, literary theory and comparative religion 5/5(2).
" Religion and Cultural Memory is not only an excellent book for scholars who want to develop a timely understanding of theoretical key concepts Religion and cultural memory book memory, text, myth, and ritual, but is also a stimulation introduction for anyone interested in the genisis of our cultural self-understanding." Philosophy in Review/Comptes Rendus PhilosophiquesBrand: Stanford University Press.
Get this from a library. Religion and cultural memory: ten studies. [Jan Assmann; Rodney Livingstone] -- In ten brilliant essays, Jan Assmann explores the connections between religion, culture, and memory.
Building on Maurice Halbwachs's idea that memory, like language, is a social phenomenon as well as. Religion and Public Memory offers a theoretically sophisticated and historically textured analysis of one saint's reception and legacy over several centuries. Highlighting the importance of social memory in understanding the transmission of the past into a series of presents, this book makes a substantive theoretical and cultural-historical.
Religion and Cultural Memory: Ten Studies (Cultural Memory in the Present) trans. Rodney Livingstone, SUP () ISBN Der Tod als Thema der Kulturtheorie () ISBN X Tod und Jenseits im Alten Ägypten (Munich ).Alma mater: University of Munich, University.
He is the author of many books on ancient history and religion, including From Akhenaten to Moses, Cultural Memory and Early Civilization, and Moses the Egyptian. "[Assmann] represents the best tradition of a German public intellectual, able to support his thesis with a wide diversity of insights and to do so with authority and creativity.".
For oppressed peoples, cultural memory engenders the spirit of resistance; not surprisingly, some of its most powerful incarnations are rooted in religion. In this interdisciplinary examination, Jeanette Rodriguez and Ted Fortier Religion and cultural memory book how four such forms of cultural memory have preserved the spirit of a.
Because memory is not just an individual, private experience but is also part of the collective domain, cultural memory has become a topic in both historiography (Pierre Nora, Richard Terdiman) and cultural studies (e.g., Susan Stewart).These emphasize cultural memory’s process (historiography) and its implications and objects (cultural studies), respectively.
The fruit of intensive collaboration among leading international specialists on the literature, religion and culture of early modern England, this volume examines the relationship between writing and religion in England fromthe year of the Elizabethan Settlement, up to the Act of Toleration of Compare book prices from overbooksellers.
Find A Systems Theory of Religion (Cultural Memory in the () by Luhmann, Niklas.4/5(10). The Politics of Cultural Memory Eric Kluitenberg Editorial Note: This text is a considerably re-worked version of a lecture I presented in Tirana (Piramedia), Tallinn (ACTION - REFLECTION) and Prague (Translocation).
The final text has been included in the book MEDIA REVOLUTION, edited by Stephen Kovats, Edition Bauhaus #6, published by the.
His publications cover the fields of Egyptology, focusing on interpretations of the origins of monotheism, Reception of Egypt in the European Tradition, History of Religion, Historical Anthropology and other topics.
In recent years, he has been focusing on the dimension of cultural memory in a distant timeline, dating back more than years. However, the noble desire to utilise the study of memory to soften the lurking essentialisation of ‘religion’ by focusing on cultural and contextual specificities of particular expressions and enactments of religion historically, materially, ritually, and intellectually, proves challenging.
For oppressed peoples, cultural memory engenders the spirit of resistance; not surprisingly, some of its most powerful incarnations are rooted in religion.
In this interdisciplinary examination, Jeanette Rodriguez and Ted Fortier explore how four such forms of cultural memory have preserved the spirit of a Cited by: This book is a study of the making of collective memory within early Judaism in a seminal text of the Western canon.
The book of Ecclesiastes and its speaker Qohelet are famous for saying that there is 'nothing new under the sun'. In the literary tradition of the modern West this has been taken as the motto of a book that is universal in scope, Greek in its patterns of thought, and floating.
Religion Book Series Search this Guide Search. Religion. Religion and Cultural Memory: Ten Studies by Jan Assmann Call Number: BLM43 A ISBN: Other Cultural Memory in the Present titles.
Insurrections: Critical Studies in Religion, Politics, and : Erin Hvizdak. Invisible religion and cultural memory -- Monotheism, memory, and trauma: reflections on Freud's book on Moses -- Five stages on the road to the canon: tradition and written culture in ancient Israel and early Judaism -- Remembering in order to belong: writing, memory, and identity -- Cultural texts suspended between writing and speech -- Text and ritual: the meaning of the media for the.
sparked time and again within and about cultural memory studies. (a) Dimensions ofCulture and Memory: Material, Social, and Mental. Arguably the most important and by far most frequendy used key concept of cultural memory studies is the contentious term memoire collectiveFile Size: KB.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Cultural or collective memory (also known as “social memory”) has become a major issue of the last fifty years in several fields. The concept originated within sociology but has more recently taken in psychology and history (see especially Zerubavel E, ; Zerubavel Y., ) to become an interdisciplinary area of investigation (see.
Studies in Ancient Religion and Culture (SARC) is concerned with religious and cultural aspects of the ancient world, with a special emphasis on studies that utilize social scientific methods of analysis. By “ancient world”, the series is not limited to Greco-Roman and ancient Near Eastern cultures, though that is the primary regional focus.
Abstract. As a medium of cultural memory literature is omnipresent: The lyrical poem, the dime novel, the historical novel, fantasy fiction, romantic comedies, war movies, soap operas and digital stories — literature manifested in all genres and media technologies, both popular and ‘trivial’ literature as well as canonized and ‘high’ literature have served — and continue to serve Author: Astrid Erll.
About the Journal Studies on Religion and Memory is an open access book series connected with the Religion and Memory Network. It aims at providing a platform for and advancing innovative research in the area of cultural memory and religious uses of history. Thus it links cultural memory research with research in theology and comparative religion.
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The book was personal, clear, concise and analytical. Her latest book, BLACK WAVE: SAUDI ARABIA, IRAN, AND THE FORTY-YEAR RIVALRY THAT UNRAVELED CULTURE, RELIGION, AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY piqued my interest in light of recent events/5.
Lexington Books Horror Studies. Media, Culture, and the Arts. Native American Literary Studies. Philosophy and Cultural Identity. Philosophy of Popular Culture. Reading Trauma and Memory. Religion and Borders. Remakes, Reboots, and Adaptations.
Studies in Folklore and Ethnology. Studies in Modern Tibetan Culture. Transforming Literary Studies. Religion and Memory is an academic network in the area of religious uses of history and cultural memory it is primarily concerned with six universities and research institutions in Sweden and Finland through its researchers it also seeks collaboration with international scholars, institutions and networks with similar focus and interests.
Religion, Cultural Hybridity and Chains of Memory By James L. Cox, Adam Possamai Throughout this book, it has been emphasised that Indigenous Australian societies. Cultural memory is the shared reproduction and recollection of what has been learned and retained, normally treated as “the cultural heritage”.
The purpose of this book, the first product of the research program Cultural Memory in Biblical Exegesis, is to study how memory is inscribed and embodied in biblical culture and its surrounding area.
Young people have 'faded memory of Christianity' says Church book Religion is largely irrelevant to most young people, who rely instead on a “secular trinity” of themselves, their family and.
Her new book is called "Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, And The Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, And Collective Memory In The Middle East." I.
Arranged in roughly chronological order, Writing and Religion in England, presents chapters which explore religious writing within the wider contexts of culture, ideas, attitudes, and law, as well as studies which concentrate more on the texts and readerships of particular by: 5.
Book series on cultural memory and uses of history pertaining to religion. A Cultural History of Memory in the Long Twentieth Century (+)Each volume adopts the same thematic structure, covering: Politics, Time and Space, Media and Technology, Science and Education, Philosophy, Religion and History, High Culture and Popular Culture, Society, and Remembering and Forgetting, thus enabling readers to trace one.
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Introduction to Religion Narrative -- Becoming Israel in the Wilderness of Numbers -- Remembering Narrative in Deuteronomy -- The Conquest of Memory in the Book of Joshua -- Judging Yhwh in ARTS & HUMANITIES, Judaic Studies, Philosophy, Religion & Cultural Studies ( Author: Richard H.
Harrison. Haitian Tradition, Ritual, and Religion in Breath, Eyes, Memory. Last revised April 7, Recently, the Haitian government announced that vaudou*, a religion that developed among slaves in the Caribbean from West African beliefs and practices, is a religion "in its own right", with the same right as other religions to the government granted authority to perform ceremonies such.Drawing from urban studies, sociology, anthropology, performance studies, religion, and history, Landscapes of Urban Memory greatly expands our understanding of how the civic is constructed.
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