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Ordinary Affects

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Published by Duke University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnography,
  • Popular culture,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • American Studies,
  • Anthropology/Ethnography,
  • Cultural Studies,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Social psychology,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11422454M
    ISBN 100822341077
    ISBN 109780822341079


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Ordinary Affects is a singular argument for attention to the affective dimensions of everyday life and the potential that animates the ordinary. Known for her focus on the poetics and politics of language and landscape, the anthropologist Kathleen Stewart ponders how ordinary impacts create the subject as a capacity to affect and be affected/5.

“Ordinary Affects is an extraordinary work of finely observed aspects of everyday life in contemporary America. It is a beautiful book about waking life, being awakened to life, and the fear and desire rippling on the surface of people’s ordinary movements through space/5(17).

Praise “Ordinary Affects is a contribution to the study of the cultural life of feeling and a theorization of the everydayOrdinary Affects offers a collection of stories and meditations that speak to such experience and attention, data from everyday existence, as it is lived, that would evade more systemic analysis.” — Tobias Menely, American Book ReviewAuthor: Kathleen Stewart.

Ordinary Affects is an extraordinary work of finely observed aspects of everyday life in contemporary America. It is a beautiful book about waking life, being awakened to life, and the fear and desire rippling on the surface of people's ordinary movements through space/5(21).

Ordinary Affects is a singular argument for attention to the affective dimensions of everyday life and the potential that animates the ordinary. Known for her focus on the poetics and politics of language and landscape, the anthropologist Kathleen Stewart ponders how ordinary impacts create the subject as a capacity to affect and be affected.5/5(2).

Kathleen Stewart, Ordinary Affects, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Coming from an anthropological perspective, Stewart seems to have taken up the affective turn by denoting the more recent move from the discursive exploration of the everyday to a figural representation of the affective intimacies and intensities that accumulate in ordinary moments of living.[1].

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Ordinary Affects is to ethnography what slow food is to American cuisine. Savor it.” - Elizabeth L. Krause, Anthropology and Humanism “Ordinary Affects is an extraordinary work of finely observed aspects of everyday life in contemporary America.

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“Ordinary Affects is an extraordinary work of finely observed aspects of everyday life in contemporary America. It is a beautiful book about waking life, being awakened to life, and the fear and desire rippling on the surface of people’s ordinary movements through space/5(18). Ordinary Affects is a scholarly, lyrically written book, by Kathleen Stewart, a professor of anthropology at the University of Texas.

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Known for her focus on the poetics and politics of language and landscape, the anthropologist Kathleen Stewart ponders how ordinary impacts create the subject as a capacity to affect and be affected.

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It is highly unlikely to put Ordinary Affects down after you have started reading it, not only because it is a post-modernist and literary account rather than a book serving for pure ethnographic purposes – or not, as Kathleen Stewart would say – but also because it is a work where you need to dig deeper between the lines and look up /5(30).

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Kathleen Stewart’s “Ordinary Affects” is an Extraordinary Book April 9, / Lauren Written by anthropologist Kathleen Stewart and published by Duke University Press, Ordinary Affects may seem, at first glance, unremarkable and perhaps even pretentious, just another academic text published by an academic press.

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[Kathleen Stewart] -- A creatively written ethnography tracking between intimate, everyday feeling and larger collective cultural forces in the contemporary U.S. Presents an argument for attention to various dimensions of everyday life and the potential that animates the ordinary.

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Ordinary Affects is a singular argument for attention to the affective dimensions of everyday life and the potential tha Brand: Duke University Press. Ordinary affects. Author Stewart, Kathleen, Title Ordinary affects / Kathleen Stewart.

Format Book Published Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Description x, p. ; 23 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. []).

Subject headings Social. The potential for eviction is an ordinary condition of domestic life for many in Europe and North America. We zoom in on these ordinary affects and unpack the situated histories of rule in Author: Kathleen Stewart. Ordinary Affects is to ethnography what slow food is to American cuisine.

Savor it." - Elizabeth L. Krause, Anthropology and Humanism "Ordinary Affects is an extraordinary work of finely observed aspects of everyday life in contemporary America. It is a beautiful book about waking life, being awakened to life, and the fear and desire rippling Author: Kathleen Stewart.

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Press, ). Stewart is an anthropologist who teaches at the U of Texas, Austin, and her book is finely tuned ethnographic study of everyday life–her life, in fact. Book Reviews Ordinary Affects.

By Kathleen Stewart. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pages, $ Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana Reviewed by Christopher Schaberg Kathleen Stewart has written a book that strikes the reader as something that Edward Abbey could have written if he had let himself be as enchanted with western sociality as he was with western.

Ordinary Affects. is a singular argument for attention to the affective dimensions of everyday life and the potential that animates the ordinary. Known for her focus on the poetics and politics of language and landscape, the anthropologist Kathleen Stewart ponders how ordinary impacts create the subject as a capacity to affect and be affected/5(17).

Ordinary Affects is a singular argument for attention to the affective dimensions of everyday life and the potential that animates the ordinary. Known for her focus on the poetics and politics of language and landscape the anthropologist Kathleen Stewart ponders how ordinary impacts create the subject as a capacity to affect and be affected.

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Known for her focus on the poetics and politics of language and landscape, the anthropologist Kathleen Stewart ponders how ordinary impacts create the subject as a capacity to affect and be affected.

In a series of brief vignettes combining 5/5(1).