Jacques Rancière and the Novel

An issue of: Novel

Jacques Rancière and the Novel
Journal Issue Pages: 160 Volume 47, Number 2 Published: Summer 2014 An issue of Novel
Special Issue Editor: Timothy Bewes
Jacques Rancière has long been recognized as one of the most important philosophers currently working on questions of aesthetics. His writing has reverberated widely, both geographically and across the disciplines, taking in political theory, the philosophy of work and labor, ?lm, literature, contemporary painting, and photography. Over the past decade his work has undertaken a sustained, multidisciplinary (or transdisciplinary) re?ection on the politics of aesthetics. This intervention has achieved nothing less than a recon?guration of the relations between ideology and pedagogy, the formation of the disciplines, and the politics of artistic production and reception.


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