Eingreifende Denkerinnen / Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey


New book in German, that contains one chapter on Yoko !. Also available as an e-book.

The chapter is written by Henning Marmulla:

Yoko Ono und die Macht der Kunst Gedanken zu einer Kunst der Irritation

(Yoko Ono and the power of art – thoughts on an art of irritation)

(From the publisher’s site)
Published in German.

The question of who is an intellectual is a contested one. Studies on the history of intellectuals have one thing in common however: they exclude women. This volume provides a forum for women who have intervened as producers of culture, have made public statements within the political arena and in so doing have taken on the mandate of the intellectual. What provoked their interventions? How did they intervene? Did they orientate themselves on male role-models? Or did they establish their own forms of interference? By examining the interventionist strategies of female intellectuals within a constellation-analysis framework, the studies contained in this volume reveal the manifold facets of the role repertoire and the weapons of criticism as deployed by 14 intervening female thinkers such as Käthe Kollwitz, Hannah Arendt, Simone de Beauvoir, Susan Sontag, Yoko Ono, Judith Butler und Naomi Klein.

Survey of contents

Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey: Prolog: Eingreifende Denkerinnen Steffen Bruendel: Käthe Kollwitz: Macht und Ohnmacht der Kunst Kristina Schulz: Erika Mann im Schweizer Exil : Die Pfeffermüllerin und das intellektuelle Unternehmen Brigitte Studer: Margarete Buber-Neumann: Die Erfahrung totalitärer Systeme als symbolisches Kapital Eva Oberloskamp: Simone de Beauvoir: Die Verteidigung Djamila Boupachas Katrin Stoll: Hannah Arendts Lehren aus dem Eichmann-Prozess: Denken und Urteilen Marica Tolomelli: Rita Levi Montalcini, Rossana Rossanda, Carla Lonzi: Drei Modelle des Engagements Silja Behre: Simone de Beauvoir und das Russel-Tribunal Henning Marmulla: Yoko Ono und die Macht der Kunst Stephan Isernhagen: Susan Sontag und der Vietnamkrieg: Die empfindsame Intellektuelle Dorothee Liehr: Jeanne Herschs Intervention in den Fall Kopp: Vom Skandal zur Affäre Franziska Schößler: Elfriede Jelinek: Aporien der Kritik und der Kampf um Rederechte Bettina Brandt: Judith Butler: Verteidigung der Palästinenser Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey: Naomi Klein & Co: Intellektuelle in der Globalisierungskritischen Bewegung Agnes Heller: Epilog: Hannah Arendts Platz im spätmodernen Denken

Art Nr.: 3161536509

ISBN 13: 9783161536502

Untertitel: Weibliche Intellektuelle im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert

Erscheinungsjahr: 2015

Erschienen bei: Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K

Einband: Buch

Maße: 237x167x20 mm

Seitenzahl: 251

Gewicht: 510 g

Sprache: Deutsch

Autor: Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey

Description
Who is an intellectual, is controversial. In one, however, the same studies on the history of intellectuals: hide women. This volume gives women a forum, who intervened as cultural producers in the 20th and 21st centuries with public statements in the political arena and thus perceived the role of intellectuals. What called their meddling out how they might take a Oriented they justified on male role models or custom shapes socio-political commitment, the authors of studies examining intervention strategies of female intellectuals in constellation analysis and develop the multifaceted role repertoire and the weapons of criticism from 14 ‘party interfering with thinkers’, under including Käthe Kollwitz, Hannah Arendt, Simone de Beauvoir, Susan Sontag, Yoko Ono, Judith Butler and Naomi Klein. With contributions by: Silja Behre, Bettina Brandt, Steffen Bruendel, Ingrid Gilcher-Holtey, Agnes Heller, Stephen Isernhagen, Dorothee Liehr, Henning Marmulla, Eva Oberloskamp, Franziska Schößler, Kristina Schulz, Katrin Stoll, Brigitte Studer, Marica Tolomelli
Information about the author

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https://www.mohr.de/en/book/eingreifende-denkerinnen-9783161536502


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