Books received – Eliade, Benveniste, Charachidzé, Balibar, Godelier

Mainly second-hand books for the Indo-European thought project, along with Étienne Balibar, Cosmopolitique, the third volume in his Écrits series, and Maurice Godelier’s study of Lévi-Strauss (available in English from Verso, translated by Nora Scott), both bought in Paris.

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1 Response to Books received – Eliade, Benveniste, Charachidzé, Balibar, Godelier

  1. dmf says:

    How to Do Things with Dead People is a study of the representational strategies of the porous boundary between past and present, and dead and undead, in Shakespeare’s history plays. Drawing on Roland Barthes, Susan Sontag, Lee Edelman, Peggy Phelan, and Derrida, Dailey creates new space for how we might think about the unruly interrelationships of the present, the past, and the future, including how twentieth-century technology can reanimate our engagement with early modern theories of kingship, ableism, and reproductive futurity.
    https://newbooksnetwork.com/how-to-do-things-with-dead-people

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