By Kathleen Glenister Roberts
Drawing from the fields of rhetoric, cultural reports, literature, and folkloristics, Kathleen Glenister Roberts argues that identification and the heritage of alterity within the West could be understood extra sincerely via narrative motifs. She presents analyses of those motifs together with infanticide, universalism, the Tower of Babel, the warrior different, the noble savage, entropology, and the trickster. With present highbrow clash as its subtext, this booklet posits that identification is often negotiated towards Otherness. Roberts interrogates narrative buildings of Western biases towards non-Western Others, with each one bankruptcy addressing a Western ancient second via an exemplary narrative. This method exhibits that by means of imagining and objectifying Others, Western cultures have been growing their very own Selves. In confronting the ethnocentrism of earlier old moments, Roberts invitations us to acknowledge it within the present—in a brand new manner. Alterity and Narrative asks that we have enough money Others the power to go beyond their very own ethnocentrism, and as a result steer clear of well-meaning yet naïve demands “cultural sensitivity.”
“Alterity and Narrative is an effective learn … the tales … are, after all, classics; it truly is continually enjoyable to examine them back and in a brand new way.” — magazine of Folklore Research
“Roberts is spectacularly good knowledgeable and writes with a masterly yet enticing kind. Her efficient integration of id and tradition contributes to narrative conception and cultural background either, and guarantees that this booklet may be learn seriously.” — Clifford Christians, coeditor of communique Ethics and common Values
Kathleen Glenister Roberts is Assistant Professor of communique and Rhetorical reports and Director of the verbal exchange Ethics heart at Duquesne University.
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Alterity and Narrative: Stories and the Negotiation of Western Identities (SUNY series, Negotiating Identity: Discourses, Politics, Processes, and Praxes) by Kathleen Glenister Roberts