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Revolution's Urban Landscape: Bucharest Culture and Postcommunist Change

Revolution's Urban Landscape: Bucharest Culture and Postcommunist Change

von Raoul Granqvist
Taschenbuch - 9783631348277
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Beschreibung

What are the implications of «change» as assessed from a Revolution's discourse point of view? Did Revolution in its Eastern European mode «happen» only to make its once heroic agents «vulgar banana eaters» (Slavoj Zizek)? To what extent is/was Revolution part of the globalization process (Americanization)? The answer of this book is that it constituted a series of occurrences of both contingency and continuation. It is Romanian Revolution as a metonymic and creative space, incorporating the Event (here the city of Bucharest, December 1989-1990), the Memory (refiguration of identities), the Contact zone (the street as a public place), and the Local-Global (the East-West dialectics) that Revolution's Urban Landscape discusses in much detail. Through combining and analysing materials from both the local cultural field and the international press (witness reports, journalistic documentation, travelogues, fiction, academic publishing, graffiti, etc.), Raoul Granqvist demonstrates a number of aspects of Revolution's self-reflexivity, vitality and amorphousness. The Romanian book industry, through its absorption and introduction of new areas of popular reading (such as the American romance), embodies, this book explains, the basic instincts of Revolution towards openness and interaction.

Details

Verlag Peter GmbH Lang
Ersterscheinung November 1999
Maße 211 mm x 151 mm x 13 mm
Gewicht 307 Gramm
Format Taschenbuch
ISBN-13 9783631348277
Auflage Nicht bekannt
Seiten 230

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