[KB] Let's not make things too (bleeping) quiet...
ses963 at psu.edu
Fri May 2 08:45:38 EDT 2008
Why "re-MASCULINIZING" academic identity may I ask? Ought we not to
consider KB and this interesting item with the power dynamics of the
"feminization" of English studies (and the humanities) firmly in view?
dbeard at d.umn.edu wrote:
>I am happy that anyone post, as much as they like, with simply a
>greater attention to Burke.
>So -- Burke as the mechanism for re-masculinizing academic identity in
>the Humanities, anyone?
>Or: Why, exactly, is Burke a mere shadow of I. A. Richards, yet so
>much more prominent in contemporary circles?
>Or: Anyone for a fifth master trope?
>In short: Burke!
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