Language and Subjectivity: Theories of Formation.
- Serguei Alex Oushakine (see profile)
- CLCS 20th- and 21st-Century, LLC Russian and Eurasian, LSL Language and Society, TC Anthropology and Literature, TM Literary and Cultural Theory
- Culture--Study and teaching, Psychology and literature
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- Cultural studies, Literary theory, Literature and psychology
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- The purpose of this graduate course is to examine key texts of the twentieth century that established the fundamental connection between language structures and practices on the one hand, and the formation of selfhood and subjectivity, on the other. In particular, the course will focus on theories that emphasize the role of formal elements in producing meaningful discursive and social effects. Works of Russian formalists and French (post)-structuralists will be discussed in connection with psychoanalytic and anthropological theories of formation.
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