Edited By Jasmin Herrmann, Moritz Ingwersen, Björn Sonnenberg-Schrank and Olga Ludmila Tarapata
The collected volume brings together leading scholars from a broad range of disciplines in the humanities to interrogate the productivity of style as an element of cultural expression and a parameter of cultural analysis. Despite its ubiquity in examinations of artistic singularity or postulations of epochal patterns, style remains a notoriously elusive concept. Suspicious of monolithic definitions, the contributions assembled in this volume address style from a multiplicity of methodological and conceptual angles, drawing from fields that include literary studies, film and media studies, post-structuralist philosophy, philosophy of science, and American cultural studies.
Notes on Contributors
Jeff Baker lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. He has published a number of articles on the work of Thomas Pynchon, including work in Pynchon Notes, Critique, Pynchon and Mason & Dixon, Thomas Pynchon (from Harold Bloom’s Major Novelist Series), and The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Pynchon. He has been a Visiting Professor at The University of Cologne, Germany, and most recently completed a Fulbright Specialist Scholar residency at the University of Antwerp. He teaches at Moorpark College in Moorpark, California.
Günter Blamberger is Professor of Modern German Literature and director of the Morphomata International Center for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Cologne, president of the International Kleist Society, editor of the International Kleist Yearbook, and a member of the German Academy of Language and Literature. He was a fellow at Stanford Humanities Center (2016) and Max-Kade Critic at Washington University Saint Louis (2017). His recently published books in English are: Imaginations of Death and the Beyond in India and Europe (Springer 2018), Beyond Identities (Konkursbuch 2018), On Creativity (Penguin Press 2015), Figuring Death, Figuring Creativity: On the Power of Aesthetic Ideas (Fink, 2013).
Ronald Bogue is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Georgia (USA). His areas of research include literary theory and the comparative study of the arts. His books include Deleuze and Guattari (Routledge, 1989), Deleuze on Literature (Routledge, 2003), Deleuze on Cinema (Routledge, 2003), Deleuze on...
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