Field Work: Sites in Literary and Cultural Studies

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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Marjorie Garber is Professor of English and Director for Literary and Cultural Studies at Harvard. She is the author of Vested Interests and with Rebecca L. Walkowitz co-editor of Media Spectacles and Secret Agents, published by Routledge; her latest book is Vice Versa. Rebecca L. Walkowitz is a doctoral candidate in English and American Literature at Harvard. Paul B. Franklin is a doctoral candidate in fine arts at Harvard.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction: Field Work 1
1 The Intellectual Challenge of Multiculturalism and Teaching the Canon 11
2 What Is Culture: Does It Matter? 18
3 Custody Battles 26
4 Identity: Political Not Cultural 34
5 Productive Discomfort: Anthropological Fieldwork and the Dislocation of Etiquette 41
6 Planet Rap: Notes on the Globalization of Culture 55
7 Violence and Interpretation: Enzensberger's "Civil Wars" 67
8 OUR AmeRica 77
9 Are We Post-American Studies? 87
10 Don Quixote and the National Citizenship of Masterpieces 97
11 Russian Literature: Past, Present, Future 106
12 Shrunk to an Interloper 113
13 National Literatures in a Global World? - Sometimes - Maybe 120
14 Reading a Poem 129
15 Ode on a Public Thing 137
16 Enlistment and Refusal: The Task of Public Poetry 144
17 Textual Deviance: Ganymede's Hand in As You Like It 153
18 Medieval Irish Manuscript Culture 164
19 Editing Homer, Rethinking the Bard 169
20 Morimura's Olympia 175
21 Reading Invisibility 183
22 "Agency": An Alternative to Subjectivity 196
23 Law's Literature 207
24 The Made-Up and the Made-Real 214
25 Narrative Battles in the Courtroom 225
26 Telling Stories, Telling Law 237
27 A Literary Approach to Cultural Studies 247
28 Criticism and the Autobiographical Voice 256
29 Unsettling Homecoming 262
Contributors 269
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