Border Dialogues: Journeys in Postmodernity

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Routledge, 1990 - Civilization, Modern - 146 pages
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The essays in Border Dialogues embark on journeys into some of the most challenging territories of contemporary culture, philosophy and criticism. They intervene in the debate on modernism and postmodernism through critical encounters with a diverse range of theoretical and cultural topics. By exploring the interstitial zones where traditional disciplines and discourses overlap, Chambers seeks to widen some of the terms of contemporary critical thought. The common goal of the essays in Border Dialogues is a reading of postmodernity in which the different voices and vocabularies in comtemporary theory come together in an increasingly shared network.

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