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Race and the Avant-Garde

Experimental and Asian American Poetry Since 1965
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Stanford University Press , Stanford, USA
American poetry -- Asian American authors -- History and criticism, Experimental poetry, American -- 20th century -- History and criticism, Race in liter
StatementTimothy Yu.
SeriesAsian America
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS153.A84 Y8 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL16973878M
ISBN 139780804759977
LC Control Number2008029274

Race and the Avant-Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry Since A groundbreaking study of contemporary American poetry, Race and the Avant-Garde changes the way we think about race and literature/5.

"Race and the Avant-Garde marks a major turning point in genre and culture studies: it treats what is known as Asian American poetry not as a separate entity, but as a community in constant dialogue with that other community known as the avant-garde.

In the latter part of the 20th century, Yu argues, the social groupings of American poetry Race and the Avant-Garde book to cross-fertilize one another in intriguing ways, so that a Cited by: "Race and the Avant-Garde marks a major turning point in genre and culture studies: it treats what is known as Asian American poetry not as a separate entity, but as a community in constant dialogue with that other community known as the avant-garde.

In the latter part of the 20th century, Yu argues, the social groupings of American poetry come to cross-fertilize one another in intriguing ways, so that a. Combined, his analysis establishes a new theory of the avant-garde that helps us to better comprehend the history, power, and promise of cultural activism.

The Avant-Garde will interest scholars in modernist and avant-garde studies, cultural studies, literary and art history, and theater and performance agnesescriva.com by: 5. Jan 12,  · A groundbreaking study of contemporary American poetry, Race and the Avant-Garde changes the way we think about race and literature.

Examining two of the most exciting developments in recent American writing, Timothy Yu juxtaposes the works of experimental language poets and Asian American poets-concerned primarily with issues of social identity centered around discourses of race/5(8).

Consequently, Avant-Garde Pieties makes way for a radical poetics defined not by formal gestures, but by its debate with itself about itself. It is a Race and the Avant-Garde book that honors the tradition’s intellectual founding as well as its cultural present, which includes aesthetic multiformity, racialized and gendered modes of authorship, experiences of the sacred, political activism, and generosity in critical disagreement.

May 15,  · Consequently, Avant-Garde Pieties makes way for a radical poetics defined not by formal gestures, but by its debate with itself about itself. It is a debate that honors the tradition's intellectual founding as well as its cultural present, which includes aesthetic multiformity, racialized and gendered modes of authorship, experiences of the sacred, political activism, and generosity in Cited by: 1.

The book The Avant-Garde: Race, Religion, War, Mike Sell is published by Seagull Books. Jan 01,  · This “popular avant-garde,” conceived as the meeting ground of the avant-garde and popular, avoids the divorce of art and praxis of which the avant-garde has been accused.

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The Popular Avant-Garde takes stock of the debates about both the “historical” (“modernist”) and posterior avant-gardes, and sets them in relation to popular culture and art agnesescriva.com by: 1.

Aug 28,  · Studios for providing me with an eARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. A few months ago I read the first volume of Heavy Vinyl, also by Carly Usdin, and I loved its casual style and how funny it was, so I was very excited to read The Avant-Guards - and I’m glad to say this new series lived up to my expectations/5.

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STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. Table of Contents. Race and the Avant-Garde. Experimental and Asian American Poetry. TY - BOOK TI - Race and the Avant-Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry Since AU - Yu, Timothy SP - CY - Stanford PB - Stanford University Press PY.

In Avant-Garde Pieties: Aesthetics, Race, and the Renewal of Innovative Poetics, Joel Bettridge makes an important intervention in debates regarding the formation and continuation of the avant-garde in the 21 st century.

He speaks particularly to poets, critics, and audiences of poetry engaged in controversies of race, economics, and social. Yu’s scholarly and creative work explores the intersections of race and avant-garde writing traditions; his first book of criticism Race and the Avant-Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry Since () won the Book Award in Literary Studies from the Association for Asian American Studies.

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Mar 10,  · Race and the Poetic Avant-Garde from Boston Review. “The assumption remains, however unexamined, that ‘avant-garde’ poetry is not ‘black’ and that ‘black’ poetry, however singular its ‘voice,’ is not ‘formally innovative.’.

Mar 01,  · Race and the Avant-Garde: Experimental and Asian American Poetry since ; Poetic Obligation: Ethics in Experimental American Poetry after Maria Damon. Related Book Chapters.

Conclusion Avant-Gardes, Revolutions, and Aesthetics. The Vernacular agnesescriva.com: Maria Damon. May 02,  · Timothy Yu's new book addresses questions of race and Language writing and does two important things with them. First, he historicizes them. Then, he makes of that history a compelling argument about parallel avant-garde movements, both of them grounded in protest movements of the sixties, both existing on the margins of s poetry, both.

The avant-garde pushes the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm. The avant-garde is considered by some to be a hallmark of modernism, as distinct from postmodernism[citation needed].

Many artists have. A groundbreaking study of contemporary American poetry, Race and the Avant-Garde changes the way we think about race and literature.

Examining two of the most exciting developments in recent American writing, Timothy Yu juxtaposes the works of experimental language poets and Asian American poets—concerned primarily with issues of social identity centered around discourses of race.

The Idea of the Avant Garde - And What It Means Today [Marc James Léger] on agnesescriva.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Idea of the Avant Garde - And What It Means Today is premised on the view that the avant garde has an increased importance in these times of global political crisis.

Much cultural production today is shaped by a biopolitics that construes all creative and 5/5(1). Race and the Avant-Garde investigates the relationship between identity and poetic form in contemporary American literature, focusing on Asian American and experimental poets, including Allen Read more.

Jan 14,  · Los Angeles Review of Books: Hilton Als on His Playwrighting Debut: Robert Wilson, Race, and the Avant Garde January 14, Critic, photographer and artist, Hilton Als joins Kate and Medaya to discuss his debut play, Lives of the Performers, which tells the story of actress Sheryl Sutton, one of the lead actors in Robert Wilson’s ground.

Apr 07,  · This book provides a more accurate and comprehensive account of Jung's controversial opinions about art, politics, and race. See the Best Books of Browse the the Symbolist movement in the arts represented the avant-garde (page 61). However, when the movement known as modernism in the arts emerged later on in his life, he had a strong /5(4).

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George Friedman has done excellent predictions full with reasoning and made assumptions step by step from the present world 10 years by 10 years to the future/5. The avant-garde's "delusion of whiteness" is the specious belief that renouncing subject and voice is anti-authoritarian, when in fact such wholesale pronouncements are clueless that the disenfranchised need such bourgeois niceties like voice to alter conditions forged in history.

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By LARB AV and the role race has played in the history of the avant-garde. Book Description: How creative freedom, race, class, and gender shaped the rebellion of two visionary artists. Postwar America experienced an unprecedented flourishing of avant-garde and independent art.

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Across the arts, artists rebelled against traditional conventions, embracing a commitment to creative autonomy and personal vision never. The Avant-Garde: Race Religion War tells an unprecedented story of radical cultural production in the modern era. Rejecting the idea that the avant-garde is only about art and insisting that it is much more than a European phenomenon, Mike Sell redefines the historical, geographical, ideological, disciplinary and theoretical boundaries of avant-garde studies.

The book, which has also given its name to a national conference organized by Prageeta Sharma and Joanna Klink, is a brilliant case study of the ways race is embodied in both poems and in literary discourse, as well as a powerful reading of several Asian American writers.

Literary form and social experience—and their complex interactions. Mar 10,  · Editors' Note: This essay is one of a group of essays on Race and the Poetic Avant-Garde. Read the rest. In the six months since we began to develop this Boston Review forum on race and the poetic avant-garde, an open discussion of the racial politics of the experimental poetry world has, finally—slowly and painfully—begun to happen.

But even as late aswhen I was completing my book.They explore, as examples of the genre, individual works as divergent as The Starr Report, the pirated Tommy Lee/Pamela Anderson honeymoon video, and explicit Japanese “ladies' comics” consumed by women.

They also probe difficult issues such as the sexualization of race and class and the relationship of pornography to the avant-garde.4/5(4).Sep 04,  · Isaac works for the Van Dorn Detective Agency (We never give up.

Never), and not only investigates the sabotage interfering with this epic air race (across the US) and murders along the way, but also learns to fly planes as avant garde as his automobiles /5.