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Fri Mar 21 17:04:09 2014 UTClccn-n500459830.08Sacrificed lives Kristeva on women and violence /0.540.81Habermas, Kristeva, and citizenship /108172648Julia_Kristevan 5004598381132Joyaux, JuliaJoyaux, Julia, 1941-Joyaux, Julia 1941- Frueherer NameKristeba, Tzoulia, 1941-Kristeva, JuliaKrŭsteva, I︠U︡lii︠a︡, 1941-Kurisuteva, Juria, 1941-Кристева, Юлия, 1941-קריסטבה, ג׳וליה, 1941-קריסטבה, יוליה, 1941-クリステヴァ, ジュリアクリステヴァ ジュリア, 1941-lccn-n92023726Oliver, Kelly1958-edtlccn-n82070348Irigaray, Lucelccn-n50023617Arendt, Hannah1906-1975lccn-n50033437Girard, René1923-lccn-n87828796Reineke, Martha Janelccn-n79026812Heidegger, Martin1889-1976lccn-n97111575Huntington, Patricia J.lccn-n79063419Céline, Louis-Ferdinand1894-1961lccn-n2004089650Beardsworth, Saraedtlccn-n80040505Klein, MelanieKristeva, Julia1941-Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondenceBiographyHistoryInterviewsKristeva, Julia,FrancePsychoanalysis and literatureSemioticsPsychoanalysisLiteratureWomenFeminism and literatureCriticismLinguisticsFeminist theoryFeminist literary criticismViolenceSacrificeAbused womenWomen--Crimes againstIrigaray, LucePhilosophyArendt, Hannah,Agent (Philosophy)Recognition (Philosophy)PostmodernismSocial sciences--PhilosophyUtopiasPolitical science--PhilosophyGirard, René,PoeticsHeidegger, Martin,PoststructuralismSemiotics and literatureWomen and religionArtArt--Social aspectsArt and philosophyFeminismFoucault, Michel,Deleuze, Gilles,Culture--PhilosophyPsychoanalysis and religionCéline, Louis-Ferdinand,Abjection in literatureHorror in literatureLiterature--PsychologyPsychoanalysis and feminismWomen philosophersGeneral semanticsPolitical scienceHoly, TheWomen novelists, FrenchIntertextuality in the Bible1941196619681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014561758792509808.00141P99ocn000155730ocn590153219ocn299585323ocn417601709ocn441115800ocn470962512ocn299866047ocn174674204ocn695296188ocn801267207ocn795462474ocn468717604ocn470916970ocn406803394ocn466888187ocn462083024ocn468417343ocn406527167ocn456374081ocn406973636ocn474192082ocn473120220ocn470431744ocn462008431ocn470311942ocn761141836ocn417661332ocn797675984ocn442795102ocn438931495ocn444856242ocn442462907ocn443237475ocn438947294ocn443287104ocn441322845ocn798379530ocn762279210ocn185547011ocn186300246ocn742991076ocn185442339ocn186402850ocn864469078ocn185699323ocn691524365ocn691524342ocn691926860ocn691524279ocn691524307ocn691524324ocn453024986ocn441785058ocn468388956ocn685142270122933ocn006016349book19800.53Kristeva, JuliaDesire in language : a semiotic approach to literature and art+-+6253956875324108210ocn809041507com20000.56Kristeva, JuliaHannah Arendt life is a narrative"In this volume, based on the series of Alexander Lectures she delivered at the University of Toronoto, Julia Kristeva explores the philosophical aspects of Hannah Arendt's work: her understanding of such concepts as language, self, body, political space, and life. Kristeva's aim is to clarify contradictions in Arendt's thought as well as correct misapprehensions about her political and philosophical views."--Jacket+-+8670857535105035ocn013559620book19860.56Kristeva, JuliaThe Kristeva readerEssays on semiotics, psychoanalysis and political theory+-+307815687532493617ocn008430152book19800.56Kristeva, JuliaPowers of horror : an essay on abjectionCriticism, interpretation, etc"Kristeva is one of the leading voices in contemporary French criticism, on a par with such names as Genette, Foucault, Greimas and others... [ Powers of Horror is] an excellent introduction to an aspect of contemporary French literature which has been allowed to become somewhat neglected in the current emphasis on para-philosophical modes of discourse. The sections on Céline, for example, are indispensable reading for those interested in this writer and place him within a context that is both illuminating and of general interest"--Paul de Man, p. [4] of cover+-+629805687532490239ocn045392853book19980.66Clément, CatherineThe feminine and the sacredRecords and correspondence"In November 1996, Catherine Clement and Julia Kristeva began a correspondence exploring the subject of the sacred. In this collection of those letters Catherine Clement, writing from Dakar, Senegal, approaches the topic from an anthropologist's point of view and Julia Kristeva responds from a psychoanalytic perspective. Their correspondence leads them to a controversial and fundamental question: Is there anything sacred that can at the same time be considered strictly feminine? The two voices of the book work in tandem, fleshing out ideas, blending together into a melody of experience. Two women, writing to each other about two themes, have produced a dialogue that delves into the mysteries of a woman's experience of belief, the relationship between faith and sexuality, the body and the senses - an experience, they argue, women feel with special intensity. Although their discourse is not necessarily about theology, Clement and Kristeva consider the role of women and femininity in the religions of the world, from Christianity and Judaism to Confucianism and African animism. The authors are the first to admit that what they have undertaken is "as impossible to accomplish as it is fascinating." Nevertheless, their lively, free-minded exchange succeeds in raising questions that are perhaps more important to ask than to answer."--BOOK JACKET+-+932066687589915ocn698590728file20100.50Kristeva, JuliaHatred and forgivenessThroughout Kristeva develops the notion that psychoanalysis is the key to serenity, with its processes of turning back, looking back, investigating the self, and refashioning psychical damage into something useful and beautiful. Constant questioning, Kristeva contends, is essential to achieving the coming to terms we all seek at the core of forgiveness. --Book Jacket+-+497896687578219ocn018747991book19890.56Kristeva, JuliaLanguage--the unknown : an initiation into linguisticsThe book is an introduction to linguistics which presents the reader with an incredible amount of information, ranging from Egyptian hieroglyphs to the communication of dolphins, from the anatomy of the vocal apparatus to the basic mechanisms of the unconscious in dreamwork. The bulk of the book is devoted to a review of the different systems used by various societies to think about their languages (primitive societies, the Egyptians, the Sumerians and the Akkadians, China, India, the Pheonicians, the Hebrews) and then continues with a description of linguistic theories in the West through the ages (Greece, Rome, Arab Grammar, Medieval theories, Renaissance theories, the seventeenth century and the grammar of Port Royal, the eighteenth century and the Encyclopédie, the nineteenth century, structural linguistics in the twentieth century). Throughout this survey Kristeva's main purpose is to show the different ways in which different societies, or different ages, thought of the relation between the concept, the sound, and the thing (Saussure's signified, signifier, and referent). -- from www.jstor.org (Feb. 5, 2014)+-+91561568757759ocn010877111book19840.59Kristeva, JuliaRevolution in poetic language+-+989105687532477316ocn022766533book19910.59Kristeva, JuliaStrangers to ourselves+-+920625687532477111ocn035243500book19970.70Kristeva, JuliaThe portable KristevaThe essays not only reflect Kristeva's most salient contributions to philosophy, literary and cultural theory, linguistics, psychoanalytic theory, and feminist theory but also testify to her erudition and prominence in those fields. Enriched by a lucid introduction that provides an overview of Kristeva's contributions to the intellectual life of our time, The Portable Kristeva will serve as an essential tool for those familiar with her oeuvre, and will provide a succinct and complete introduction for those new to her writings+-+805056687571812ocn014588106book19870.59Kristeva, JuliaTales of loveFrom the Publisher: Assuming the voices of psychoanalyst, scholar, and postmodern polemicist, Kristeva discusses both the conflicts and commonalities among the Greek, Christian, Roman, and contemporary discourses on love, desire, and self+-+207515687532471713ocn019553537book19800.56Kristeva, JuliaBlack sun : depression and melancholiaThis study addresses melancholia, examining the phenomenon in the context of art, literature, philosophy and the history of religion and culture, as well as psychoanalysis. It describes the depressive as one who perceives the sense of self as a crucial pursuit which is almost unobtainable+-+525215687570419ocn002681050book19740.56Kristeva, JuliaAbout Chinese womenHistory+-+377070962532461429ocn001019648book19740.70Kristeva, JuliaLa révolution du langage poétique; l'avant-garde à la fin du XIXe siècle, Lautréamont et MallarméHistoryJulia Kristeva est un phénomène: sa capacité de s'informer à des sources multiples (linguistique, sémiotique, littérature, philosophie, etc.) et de dominer son information, de l'intégrer dans une trame discursive (en vue d'une thèse) est admirable. Tout comme sa conviction profonde d'une compatibilité des "avant-gardes", ainsi que le note Pierre Pachet. L'objet du livre est le langage poétique comme "lieu où l'ordre symbolique est perturbé par la jouissance, où le code est travaillé de ruptures, de négativité". Mallarmé et Lautréamont sont presque des "faire-valoir": Julia Kristeva s'intéresse à leurs oeuvres dans la mesure où celles-ci manifestent, dès la fin du siècle dernier, "l'émergence du domaine sémiotique dans la poésie". Riche et discutable. Accès difficile60611ocn026362401book19930.63Kristeva, JuliaNations without nationalismUnderlying Julia Kristeva's latest work is the idea that otherness - whether it be ethnic, religious, social, or political - needs to be understood and accepted in order to guarantee social harmony. Nations Without Nationalism is an impassioned plea for tolerance and for commonality, aimed at a world brimming over with racism and xenophobia. Responding to the rise of neo-Nazi groups in Germany and Eastern Europe and the continued popularity of the National Front in France, Kristeva turns to the origins of the nation-state to illustrate the problematic nature of nationalism and its complex configurations in subsequent centuries. For Kristeva, the key to commonality can be found in Montesquieu's esprit general - his notion of the social body as a guaranteed hierarchy of private rights+-+295635687532457944ocn001548221book19690.73Kristeva, JuliaSēmeiōtikē. Recherches pour une sémanalyse57428ocn000155730book19710.70Kristeva, JuliaEssays in semiotics. Essais de sémiotiqueEssays in Semiotics /Essais de sémiotique Approaches to Semiotics [AS]56710ocn046343050book20010.53Kristeva, JuliaHannah Arendt / by Julia Kristeva ; translated by Ross GubermanBiography25 years after her death, we are still coming to terms with the controversial figure of Hannah Arendt. Interlacing the life and work of this 20th century philosopher, Julia Kristeva provides a biography replete with psychoanalytic insight+-+97567668755429ocn318057821book20090.47Kristeva, JuliaThis incredible need to believe""Unlike Freud, I do not claim that religion is just an illusion and a source of neurosis. The time has come to recognize, without being afraid of 'frightening' either the faithful or the agnostics, that the history of Christianity prepared the world for humanism." So writes Julia Kristeva in this provocative work, which skillfully upends our deeply entrenched ideas about religion, belief, and the thought and work of a renowned psychoanalyst and critic. Through a clever patchwork of dialogue, lectures, and excerpts of essays, Kristeva analyzes the inexorable push toward faith that, for Kristeva, lies at the heart of the psyche and the history of society. Examining the lives, theories, and convictions of Saint Teresa of Avila, Sigmund Freud, Donald Winnicott, Hannah Arendt, and other prominent individuals, Kristeva investigates the human desire for God and the shadowy zone in which belief resides. She suggests that human beings are formed by their need to believe, beginning with our first attempts at speech and following through to our adolescent search for identity and meaning. Kristeva then applies her insight to contemporary religious clashes and the plight of immigrant populations, especially those of Islamic origin. Even if we no longer have faith in God, Kristeva argues, we must believe in human destiny and creative possibility. Reclaiming Christianity's openness to self-questioning and the quest for knowledge, Kristeva urges a "new kind of politics," one that will restore the integrity of the human community."--Jacket+-+39329668755337ocn033079458book19960.56Kristeva, JuliaTime & sense : Proust and the experience of literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+150756687532417552ocn042331006file19930.47Oliver, KellyReading Kristeva unraveling the double-bind+-+961257807517453ocn042329402file19970.08Reineke, Martha JaneSacrificed lives Kristeva on women and violenceWhy did medieval women mystics starve themselves? What caused the European witch hunts, and why were its victims tortured and killed? Why has the Christian West regularly found maternal figures threatening? To answer these questions, Martha Reineke advances a theory of sacrifice, inspired by Julia Kristeva and Rene Girard, that attempts to account for violence in Western culture, the human proclivity for bodily mutilation and abuse, and women's special vulnerability to violence. A challenging and controversial book, Sacrificed Lives constructs an important bridge between "esoteric," postmodern theory and "ordinary" human life, as it furthers a vital philosophical debate on the question of violence+-+K37667807515404ocn042855721com19980.35Huntington, Patricia JEcstatic subjects, utopia, and recognition Kristeva, Heidegger, Irigaray+-+804389642511015ocn709606218file20110.50Barrett, EstelleKristeva reframed interpreting key thinkers for the artsFor Kristeva, in a world immersed in readymade images, art or aesthetic experience is a practice that constitutes both a subject (a sense of self) and an object that is able to transform meaning and consciousness. 'Kristeva Reframed' examines key ideas in Kristeva's work to show how they are most relevant to artists, and how they can be applied in interpreting artworks. With examples from the paintings of Van Gogh and Picasso, the work of contemporary feminist painters, the photography of Bill Henson and the film and animation work of Van Sowerine, Estelle Barrett demonstrates how Kristeva can+-+151166093632410625ocn062386574file20040.53Beardsworth, SaraJulia Kristeva psychoanalysis and modernity"This is the first systematic overview of Julia Kristeva's vision and work in relation to philosophical modernity. It provides a comprehensive and interdisciplinary analysis of her thought on psychoanalysis, art, ethics, politics, and feminism in the secular aftermath of religion. Sara Beardsworth shows that Kristeva's multiple perspectives explore the powers and limits of different discourses as responses to the historical failures of Western cultures, failures that are undergone and disclosed in psychoanalysis."--BOOK JACKET+-+95461964259345ocn644524964file20090.50West-Pavlov, RussellSpace in theory Kristeva, Foucault, DeleuzeSpace in Theory: Kristeva, Foucault, Deleuze seeks to give a detailed but succinct overview of the role of spatial reflection in three of the most influential French critical thinkers of recent decades. It proposes a step-by-step analysis of the changing place of space in their theories, focussing on the common problematic all three critics address, but highlighting the significant differences between them. It aims to rectify an unaccountable absence of detailed analysis to the significance of space in their work up until now. Space in Theory argues that Kristeva, Foucault and Deleuze address+-+K0907579549197ocn434496276com20090.53Psychoanalysis, aesthetics, and politics in the work of KristevaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+14917938968534ocn174145022file20050.56Revolt, affect, collectivity the unstable boundaries of Kristeva's polisSome of the leading voices in Kristeva scholarship examine her reevaluation of the concept of revolt in the context of the changing cultural and political conditions in the West; the questions of the stranger, race, and nation; her reflections on narrative, public spaces, and collectivity in the context of her engagement with Hannah Arendt's work; her development and refinement of the notions of abjection, melancholia, and narcissism in her ongoing interrogation of aesthetics; as well as her contribution to film theory. Focused primarily on Kristeva's newest work- much of it only recently translated into English - this book breaks new ground in Kristeva scholarship."--BOOK JACKET+-+02101964257664ocn813310911file20110.39Philip, MayjeeLeviticus in Hebrews a transtextual analysis of the tabernacle theme in the Letter to the HebrewsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+12075898586886ocn057577654com20020.56McAfee, NoëlleJulia KristevaCriticism, interpretation, etcA clear introduction to Kristeva examining her work on language and textuality, subjectivity, feminism and sexuality, politics, identity and nationality+-+49898185754828ocn022906956book19900.66Lechte, JohnJulia KristevaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcA leading literary critic and psychoanalyst, Julia Kristeva is one of the most significant French thinkers writing today. In this up-to-date survey of her work, John Lechte outlines fully and systematically her intellectual development. He traces it from her work on Bakhtin and the logic of poetic language in the 1960s, through her influential theories of the 'symbolic' and the 'semiotic' in the 1970s, to her analyses of horror, love, melancholy and cosmopolitanism in the 1980s. He provides an insight into the intellectual and historical context which gave rise to Kristeva's thought, showing h4492ocn026810151book19920.70Doane, Janice LFrom Klein to Kristeva : psychoanalytic feminism and the search for the "good enough" motherHistory+-+48891572954231ocn020061343book19890.70Grosz, E. ASexual subversions : three French feministsIntroduction to the work of Julia Kristeva, Luce Irigaray, Michele Le Doeuff+-+37256089554175ocn028447830book19930.70Payne, MichaelReading theory : an introduction to Lacan, Derrida, and KristevaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+14373668154127ocn019887086book19890.70Fletcher, JohnAbjection, melancholia, and love : the work of Julia KristevaCriticism, interpretation, etc3862ocn034413657book19960.70Kristeva, JuliaJulia Kristeva, interviewsInterviewsInterviews over psychoanalyse, vrouwen, cultuur, theorievorming en literatuur+-+81395668753861ocn024284506book19920.70Body/text in Julia Kristeva : religion, women, and psychoanalysis+-+85866964253562ocn056641809book20050.73Becker-Leckrone, MeganJulia Kristeva and literary theoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis volume explores Kristeva's definitions of literature, her methods for analyzing it, and the theoretical ground on which those endeavours are based+-+28463288853503ocn027266124book19930.76Oliver, KellyEthics, politics, and difference in Julia Kristeva's writings"Ethics, Politics and Difference in Julia Kristeva's Writing" aims to be a valuable intervention in Kristevan scholarship, and a significant contribution in its own right to post-structuralist considerations of ethical and political agency and practice. The essays in this collection examine Kristeva's contributions to the project of creating an alternative ethical political agency. Post-structuralist critiques have transformed the ways in which we think about the subject, but they have failed to provide any satisfactory alternative when we think of ethical or political agency. Without such an alternative, theoretical accounts of emancipatory practices appear to be in jeopardy. Contributors to this collection explore Julia Kristeva's work and assess how helpful her theories can be in attempting to construct a post-structuralist ethics+-+29525406953263ocn042780514book20000.81McAfee, NoëlleHabermas, Kristeva, and citizenship+-+2152896535+-+6253956875324+-+6253956875324Fri Mar 21 15:22:03 EDT 2014batch66653