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Berlin Stool: Neoliberal Cosmopolitanism, Affective Pessimism and Abjection in Dogs of Berlin

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posted on 2024-04-25, 13:49 authored by Gozde Naiboglu

Against the backdrop of an insurgent far right and numerous deadly neo-Nazi attacks, various cultural practitioners have written far-right violence into Germany’s collective memory and imagined more inclusive futures in its wake. This volume explores contemporary examples from literature, music, theatre, film, television and art that respond to this situation. They demonstrate that, alongside the ways in which art expands the public sphere in terms of what is said and who is heard, aesthetic questions of how artistic works are presented are a crucial part of how they open up new perspectives.

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College of Social Sci Arts and Humanities/Arts

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  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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Cultural Responses to the Far Right in Germany. Kunstszene gegen rechte Szene

Publisher

Brill

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978-90-04-70133-5

Copyright date

2024

Available date

2024-08-29

Book series

German Monitor, Volume: 83

Language

en

Deposited by

Dr Gozde Naiboglu

Deposit date

2024-04-24

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