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Books by Fredric Jameson on Reserve

Books about Fredric Jameson on Reserve

Other Books by Fredric Jameson

Other Books about Fredric Jameson


Books by Fredric Jameson on Reserve


The following titles will be on reserve in Meyer Library until after Jameson's visit to campus. Call numbers follow each citation.

The Geopolitical Aesthetic : Cinema and Space in the World System. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1992.

PN1995.9 .G39 J3
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Contents:

Preface by Colin MacCabe:ix-xvi.
Introduction: Beyond Landscape:1-6.
Part One: Totality as Conspiracy:9-84.
Part Two: Circumnavigations:
Chapter 1: On Soviet Magic Realism:87-113.
Chapter 2: Remapping Taipei:114-157.
Chapter 3: High-Tech Collectives in Late Godard:158-185.
Chapter 4: 'Art Naf' and the Admixture of Worlds:186-213.

Postmodernism, or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism. Durham : Duke University Press, 1991.

PN98.P67 J3 1991
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Contents:

1.The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism:1-54.
2.Theories of the Postmodern:55-66.
3.Surrealism Without the Unconscious:67-96.
4.Spatial Equivalents in the World System:97-129.
5.Reading and the Division of Labor:131-153.
6.Utopianism After the End of Utopia:154-180.
7.Immanence and Nominalism in Postmodern Theoretical Discourse:181-259.
8.Postmodernism and the Market:260-278.
9.Nostalgia for the Present:279-296.
10.Secondary Elaborations:297-418.

The Ideologies of Theory : Essays 1971-1986, with a foreword by Neil Larson. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1988.

PN94.J36 1988
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Vol. 1: Situations of Theory. Foreword by Neil Larsen.
Contents:

1.Metacommentary:3-16.
2.The Ideology of the Text:17-71.
3.Imaginary and Symbolic in Lacan:75-115.
4.Criticism in History:119-136.
5.The Symbolic Inference; or, Kenneth Burke and Ideological Analysis:137-152.
6.Figural Relativism; or, The Politics of Historiography:153-165.
7.Modernism and Its Repressed; or, Robbe-Grillet as AntiColonialist:167-180.
8.Morality versus Ethical Substance; or, Aristotelian Marxism in Alasdair MacIntyre:181-185.

Vol. 2: The Syntax of History.
Contents:

1.The Vanishing Mediator; or, Max Weber as Storyteller:3-34.
2.Architecture and the Critique of Ideology:35-60.
3.Pleasure: A Political Issue:61-74.
4.Of Islands and Trenches: Neutralization and the Production of Utopian Discourse:75-101.
5.The Politics of Theory: Ideological Positions in the Postmodernism Debate:103-113.
6.Beyond the Cave: Demystifying the Ideology of Modernism:115-132.
7.Reflections on the Brecht-Lukacs Debate:133-147.
8.Marxism and Historicism:148-177.
9.Periodizing the 60s:178-208.

The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1981.

PN81.J29
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Contents:

1. On Interpretation: Literature as a Socially Symbolic Act:17- 102.
2. Magical Narratives: On the Dialectical Use of Genre Criticism:103- 150.
3. Realism and Desire: Balzac and the Problem of the Subject:151-184.
4. Authentic Ressentiment: Generic Discontinuities and Ideologemes in the "Experimental" Novels of George Gissing:185-205.
5. Romance and Reification: Plot Construction and Ideological Closure in Joseph Conrad:206-280.
6. Conclusion: The Dialectic of Utopia and Ideology:281-299.

Marxism and Form: Twentieth-Century Dialectical Theories of Literature. Princeton, N. J., Princeton University Press, 1972.

PN98 .C6 J3
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Contents:

Chapter One: T.W. Adorno; or, Historical Tropes:3-59.
Chapter Two: Versions of a Marxist Hermeneutic

I. Walter Benjamin; or, Nostalgia:60-83.
II. Marcuse and Schiller:83-116.
III. Ernest Bloch and the Future:116-159.
Chapter Three: The Case of Georg Lukacs:160-205.
Chapter Four: Sartre and History:206-305.
Chapter Five: Towards Dialectical Criticism:306-416.


Books about Fredric Jameson on Reserve

The following titles will be on reserve in Meyer Library until after Jameson's visit to campus. Call numbers follow each citation.

Homer, Sean. Fredric Jameson: Marxism, Hermeneutics, Postmodernism. Cambridge: Polity Press; New York: Routledge, 1998.

PN75 .J36 H66 1998

Kellner, Douglas, ed. Postmodernism, Jameson, Critique. Washington, DC: Maisonneuve, 1989.

PN98.C6P67 1989


Other Books by Fredric Jameson

The Cultural Turn: Selected Writings on the Postmodern 1983-1998. London : Verso, 1998.

Brecht and Method. London : Verso, 1998.

The Seeds of Time. The Wellek Library Lectures at the University of California, Irvine. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994.

PN98.P67J36 1994 (Link to header on LINKS page)

Late Marxism: Adorno, or, The Persistence of the Dialectic. London: Verso, 1990.

BV4526.2.J35 1990 (Link to header on REVIEWS page)

Signatures of the Visible. London: Routledge, 1990.

PN1995.J34 1990 (Link to header on REVIEWS page)

Fables of Aggression: Wyndham Lewis, the Modernist as Fascist. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979.

PR6023.E97.Z68

The Prison-House of Language: A Critical Account of Structuralism and Russian Formalism. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1972.

P123 .J34 (Link to header on EXCERPTS page)

Sartre: The Origins of a Style. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1961.

842.7.S263.J3


Other Books about Fredric Jameson

Burnham, Clint. The Jamesonian Unconscious: The Aesthetics of Marxist Theory Durham : Duke University Press, 1995.

PN98.C6 B87 1995

Dowling, William C. Jameson, Althusser, Marx: An Introduction to The Political Unconscious. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984.

PN81 .J293 D6 1984




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