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The Language, Discourse, Society Reader

  • Stephen Heath
  • Colin MacCabe
  • Denise Riley
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Part of the Language, Discourse, Society book series (LDS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 1-12
  3. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 13-31
  4. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 32-50
  5. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 51-61
  6. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 101-127
  7. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 128-137
  8. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 157-173
  9. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 174-191
  10. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 192-210
  11. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 211-223
  12. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 224-243
  13. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 244-260
  14. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 261-274
  15. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 275-286
  16. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, Denise Riley
    Pages 287-315

About this book

Introduction

For the last twenty-five years, Language, Discourse, Society has been the most intellectually challenging series in English. Its titles range across the disciplines from linguistics to biology, from literary criticism to law, combining vigorous scholarship and theoretical analysis at the service of a broad political engagement. This anniversary reader brings together a fascinating group of thinkers from both sides of the Atlantic with an introductory overview from the editors which considers the development of theory and scholarship over the past two decades.

Keywords

critique Ferdinand de Saussure film law linguistics literary theory Narrative poetry Saussure semiotics society

Editors and affiliations

  • Stephen Heath
    • 1
  • Colin MacCabe
    • 2
  • Denise Riley
    • 3
  1. 1.University of PittsburghUSA
  2. 2.Exeter UniversityUK
  3. 3.School of English and American StudiesUniversity of East AngliaUK

About the editors

STANLEY ARONOWITZ Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Urban Education, City University of New York Graduate Center, USA JOHN BARRELL Professor of English, Department of English and Related Literature, Univesrity of York, UK MARY ANN DOANE George Hazard Crooker Professor of Modern Culture and Media and of English, Brown University, USA PETER GIDAL Writer and experimental filmmaker PAUL Q HIRST Formerly Professor of Social Theory, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK IAN HUNTER Australian Professorial Fellow, Centre for the History of European Discourses, University of Queensland J. J. LECERCLE Professor of English, University of Nanterre, Paris PATRIZIA LOMBARDO Teaches French, Film, and Comparative Literature, University of Geneva, Switzerland LAURA MULVEY Professor of Film and Media Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London CHRISTOPHER NORRIS Distinguished Research Professor in Philosophy, University of Cardiff, Wales, UK DOUGLAS OLIVER formerly Senior Lecturer at the British Institute in Paris and poet ARJUNA PARAKRAMA Senior Consultant, Centre for Policy Alternatives, Colombo, Sri Lanka MICHEL PECHEUX formerly a linguist and philosopher JACQUELINE ROSE Professor of English, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London KRISTIN ROSS Professor of Comparative Literature, New York University, USA BRIAN ROTMAN Professor, Department of Comparative Studies, Ohio State University DAVID SAUNDERS Professor in the Faculty of Arts, Griffith University, Australia and Honorary Professor in the Centre for the History of European Discourses, University of Queensland STANLEY SHOSTAK Associate Professor, Department of Biological Science, University of Pittsburgh, USA LYNDSEY STONEBRIDGE Senior Lecturer in English, University of East Anglia, UK RAYMOND TALLIS Professor of Medicine, University of Manchester and Professor and Consultant in Health Care of the Elderly, Salford DAVID TROTTER Edward VII Professor of English Literature, University of Cambridge, UK CORNEL WEST Class of 1943 University Professor of Religion, Princeton University, USA DUGALD WILLIAMSON Associate Professor, Communication Studies, University of New England at Armidale, Australia PETER WOMACK Senior Lecturer in English Literature, University of East Anglia, UK

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