Dream? Democracy! A Philosophy of Horror, Hope and Hospitality in Art and Action

Dream? Democracy! A Philosophy of Horror, Hope and Hospitality in Art and Action

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Dream? Democracy! constructs a philosophy and practice of hospitality to the Other. It projects a culture and politics of welcoming the strangers, minorities, women, where art as activism plays a key part: that is why the author analyzes feminist, antifascist, and queer works, including Pussy Riot’s performance art; LGBTQ visibility campaigns and exhibitions; and initiatives of rebuilding Jewish life in Lublin, Poland (Grodzka Gate-NN Theater Center, Transeuropa Festival). This book interprets intertextually passages on hospitality and utopia from the Mahabharata; the Bible; Ernst Bloch; Hannah Arendt; Maria Janion; Hélene Cixous; Adam Michnik; Martha C. Nussbaum; José Esteban Munoz; and the younger generation of Polish activists. Here is a performative book which is profound intellectually and socially engaged – for the cause of welcoming the Stranger, against prejudices and neoliberal exploitation.


Liczba stron379
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej
ISBN-13978-83-7784-499-1
Język publikacjipolski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  CHAPTER 1. The Other Methodology of the Other    9
  A Theory and Praxis of HospitALTERITY    9
  Fichtean Hating versus Kantian Hosting    18
  Today’s Transvalued Humanism after Anti-Humanism    28
  A Philosophy of Affective Alterity: Love, Faith, and Democracy    39
  Poetics and Politics. From Literary to Social Hospitality    56
  Action! – After Hannah Arendt and Performative Art    64
  CHAPTER 2. Interpreting Art, Interpreting Subjectivities, Interpreting Shared Life    67
  Toward a Philoxenia of the Verbal and the Visual    67
  Sergei Mikhailovich Eisenstein’s Affective (Inter)textuality and (Inter)visuality    70
  Of Beauty, Brain and Sacred Bodysouls: Sublimation, Mother-Daughter, and Tenderness according to Helen Chadwick    84
  Alina Szapocznikow’s Vulnerable Fetishes of Her Self    97
  Krystiana Robb-Narbutt’s Art: Biophilia Against Trauma    105
  Women’s Theatre à la polonaise Bisexuality and Jewishness on Stage    113
  CHAPTER 3. The Power of Culture and Activism against the Far Right    125
  Nationalism, Economic Neo-Liberalism, and Necrophilia    131
  A Successful Uprising?    141
  Culture, Always Already Counterculture    145
  The Art of Revolt    150
  The Social Impact of Art Exhibitions    157
  Intertextuality as HospitALTERITY    164
  The Transeuropa Public Art Festival in the Intercultural City of Lublin    169
  Hostility toward Jewishness and Interculturality    182
  A Brief Literary History of Cleanliness and Abjection in Poland    189
  The Power of Poetry and the Crisis of the Academy    196
  Art versus Moral Revolution in Poland and the U.S    201
  CHAPTER 4. The Paradox of Poland and Europe: Caught Between Hostility and Hospitality    211
  A Fragile Legal and Political Context    213
  Culture and Activism Strike Back    227
  A Hidden His-tory: Masculinity, Hysteria, and Homosexuality    238
  A History of Male Hysteria    242
  Against the Philosophy of the Death Drive    251
  The Birth of Homosexuality    254
  A Visual Politics of Europe’s LGBTQ Visibility Campaigns    267
  The Art of Imagining Futurity – after Ernst Bloch, Hannah Arendt, and Today    269
  A Queer Utopia of Love    271
  An LGBTQ Dream of Diversity?    280
  A Queer Utopia of Childhood    283
  The Future-in-Love and in-Hospitality    285
  CHAPTER 5. A Political Philosophy of Hope versus Horror    291
  Eastern Europe’s Tales of Terror: the Gothic Art of Paulius and Svajone Stanikas    301
  Hope: the Hospitality of a New Civil Society    320
  Research as Activism: Thinking, Visualizing, and Performing the Ideas and Images of the Other    326
  Bibliography    333
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