January 07, 2009

Digest of Kristeva's study Strangers to Ourselves

I am posting here for my MA students an index of the various posts on this blog which constitute a digest of Kristeva’s Strangers to Ourselves. The index covers most of the study (all except the last chapter which you are reading!). It might be useful to put the chapter in context, so do feel free to have a read.

Toccata and Fugue for the Foreigner

The Greeks Among Barbarians, Suppliants, and Metics

The Chosen People and the Choice of Foreignness

Paul and Augustine: The Therapeutics of Exile and Pilgrammage
http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/zoebrigley/entry/kristeva_on_paul/ http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/zoebrigley/entry/more_of_kristeva_1_2/

By What Right Are You a Foreigner?

The Renaissance, “so Shapeless and Diverse in Composition”
http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/zoebrigley/entry/kristeva_on_the_1_2/ http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/zoebrigley/entry/more_of_kristeva_1_2_3/

On Foreigners and the Enlightenment

On Diderot

On Fougeret de Monbron, a Cosmopolitan with a Shaggy Heart

On Hegel

On the French Revolution

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