Jurij Murasov

Jurij Murasov
Universität Konstanz | Uni-Konstanz · Department of Literature with Art and Media Studies

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Introduction
Theory of literature and media, history of Slavic literatures; orality and literacy; literature and technical media in 20th century; medialization of the body and "symbolic generated media (money, law, love).

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Publications (56)
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The ubiquitous »cultural turn« of the 1990s did not spare the thinkers of economics - however, at the same time, economic topics have gained a new importance in cultural studies. This volume focuses on cultures of economy in regions of former Yugoslavia as part of South-Eastern Europe, supported by theoretical perspectives. It examines narratives a...
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The ubiquitous »cultural turn« of the 1990s did not spare the thinkers of economics - however, at the same time, economic topics have gained a new importance in cultural studies. This volume focuses on cultures of economy in regions of former Yugoslavia as part of South-Eastern Europe, supported by theoretical perspectives. It examines narratives a...
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The ubiquitous »cultural turn« of the 1990s did not spare the thinkers of economics - however, at the same time, economic topics have gained a new importance in cultural studies. This volume focuses on cultures of economy in regions of former Yugoslavia as part of South-Eastern Europe, supported by theoretical perspectives. It examines narratives a...
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The disintegration of synesthesia of the ear and eye and the dominance of visuality are primary effects of writing and typography, to which language cultures seem to react differently. Because of the Orthodox religious traditions and the comparatively late beginning of an expended book market, for the Russian writers of the 19th century these effec...
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This book gives an insight into the media constructions of historical remembrance reflecting transnational, national or nationalistic forms of politics. Authors from post-Yugoslavia and neighbouring countries focus on the diverse transnational (such as Austro-Hungarian, Yugoslav etc.) and national (such as Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian etc.) memory cu...
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Totalitarianism has been an object of extensive communicative research since its heyday: already in the late 1930s, such major cultural figures as George Orwell or Hannah Arendt were busy describing the visual and verbal languages of Stalinism and Nazism. After the war, many fashionable trends in social sciences and humanities (ranging from Begriff...
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The philosophy of practice, which came into being in the 1960s, first worked mainly on a philosophical-historic basis. Unlike official Yugoslav philosophy, it gave a privileged place to Marx's early work, that is to say, a less analytical, more rhetorical, performative type of theory. With that, it corresponded to an international theory that was e...