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The Certeau reader

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Published by Blackwell Publishers in Oxford, Malden, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Culture,
  • Historiography,
  • Ethnology,
  • Language and culture,
  • Religion and culture

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [244]-247) and index.

    Statementedited by Graham Ward.
    SeriesBlackwell readers
    ContributionsWard, Graham.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM621 .C472 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 259 p. ;
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15491800M
    ISBN 100631212787, 0631212795, 063120864X
    LC Control Number99033906
    OCLC/WorldCa41612367

    The Practice of Everyday Life


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(available in the separate, Ward-edited collection, "The Post-Modern God"). De Certeau's book-length treatments, such as "The Practice of Everyday Life" and "The Mystic Fable," are also discussed in valuable section introductions in The Certeau Reader.5/5(1).

Certeau Reader book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Ce 4/5(8).

The Certeau reader. [Michel de Certeau; Graham Ward] -- "This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications that have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had an.

De Certeau's book-length treatments, such as "The Practice of Everyday Life" and "The Mystic Fable," are also discussed in valuable section introductions in The Certeau Reader. I was surprised to find de Certeau's essay "Mystic Speech," available in more complete translation in his "Heterologies: Discourse on the Other," reduced here by about 5/5(1).

This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications which have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had an influence.

The Reader as a whole reflects the interdisciplinary nature of Certeau's work which draws on history, historiography, psychology, politics 4/5(8). This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications which have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had an influence.

View all. The Certeau Reader Graham Ward No preview available - About the author () Graham Ward is Professor of Contextual 5/5(1).

The Certeau Reader. Oxford: Blackwell, E-mail Citation» This is at once a collection of translated texts by Michel de Certeau and a book of commentary. Every text is introduced by a well-known specialist. Again in this book Certeau is presented as a postmodern philosopher and literature scholar.

The Certeau Reader Graham Ward This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications which have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had The Certeau reader book influence.

The placelessness of reading and the tactics it evokes from the reader, if I understand de Certeau, free the reader from the law-like dominance of any one text and, by extension, society itself, which can be read as a book.

In the Middle Ages, de Certeau notes early on, the text was a book, today it is a “whole society made into a book” (xxii). Graham Ward is Professor of Contextual Theology and Ethics at the University of Manchester.

He is the author of numerous articles published throughout the world on theology, critical theory and literary theory. His previous books include Barth, Derrida and the Language of Theology (), Theology and Contemporary Critical Theory (), The Postmodern God (Blackwell Publishers, ), Radical Price: $ The De Certeau Reader () by Edited by Graham Ward.

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The Certeau Reader. Graham Ward (Editor) ISBN: FebWiley-Blackwell Description This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications which have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had an influence. "This excellent new reader is.

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Edited by Graham Ward. Oxford/Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishers, xii + pp. $ (cloth); $ (paper). Michel de Certeau-grounded in theology, knowledgeable concerning the challenges of contemporary spirituality, adept in exegesis, and engaged in a multidisciplinary project that sets out a ground for social ethics within complex societies-should.

The introduction to The Practice of Everyday Life, then, establishes de Certeau’s distinction between strategies and tactics and explains what he means by resistances to power. The first chapter of the book begins elsewhere—in the “cleavage” between science (which seems to mean knowledge more broadly—I think the translation is faulty.

But De Certeau prefers, as his title suggests, walking in the city instead of viewing it. He argues that walking in the city has "its own rhetoric" and with people's limited scope as the move about and write their own course of subjective use of the urban space "the network of these moving, intersecting writings compose and manifold story that has neither author nor spectator".

Multani 56Chapter 3Michel de Certeau and Resistance as the Practice of Everyday Life Michel de Certeau regards resistance as inherent in the everyday practices oflife and allows, for instance, a sphere of autonomous action and self-determinationeven to the seemingly passive consumer.

Like Heidegger and the phenomenologists, de Certeau starts from within experience, not outside of it, or above it. Reading the city is walking it the city, and strangely enough, also writing it. For de Certeau holds, Like Barthes in "Death of the Author", that the reader of the story also takes part in its writing.

Furthermore, the micro. Certeau is a very shrewd reader of texts; his Certeau's book is about a plural: The heterologies of Michel de Certeau 87 the one hand in his attack on vulgar notions of time, evolution, causality, teleology and the progression of ideas held by positivistic historians, and.

"This volume brings together, for the first time, a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications that have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had an influence. The Reader as a whole reflects the interdisciplinary nature of Certeau's work, which draws on history, historiography, psychology, politics, philosophy, semiotics, ethnography, and theology to.

De Certeau defines the verb "to walk" as an action of "lack[ing] a place": this should serve to illustrate just how the stories defining space disperse and disintegrate as the pedestrian moves out of a place, for the definition of city space is similar to walking itself.

It holds to no single space, and it is in no way anchored. within de Certeau's ken. In studies of culture The Practice of Everyday Life marks a turning point away from the producer (writer, scientist, city planner) and the product (book, discourse, city street) to the consumer (reader, pedestrian).

In sum, de Certeau acts very much like his. SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. SAGE Reference The complete guide for your research journey. SAGE Navigator The essential social sciences literature review tool.

SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Michel de Certeau is becoming increasingly recognised as a cultural theorist whose methodologies could rival those of Foucault.

In this engaging book, Ben Highmore provides a stimulating account of Michel de Certeau's work and its relation to the field of cultural studies. The book explores those aspects of de Certeau's work that both challenge and re-imagine cultural studies, highlighting.

"The Practice of Everyday Life, published in and now the first of his books available in English translation, offers ample evidence why we should pay heed to de Certeau the work all but defies definition. History, sociology, economics, literature and literary criticism, philosophy, and anthropology all come within de Certeau's ken."/5(33).

Reading is the complex cognitive process of decoding symbols to derive meaning. It is a form of language processing. Success in this process is measured as reading g is a means for language acquisition, communication, and sharing information and ideas.

The symbols are typically visual (written or printed) but may be tactile ().Like all languages, it is a complex. Graham Ward is Professor of Contextual Theology and Ethics at the University of Manchester.

His previous books include Barth, Derrida and the Language of Theology (), Theology and Contemporary Critical Theory (), The Postmodern God (Blackwell, ), Radical Orthodoxy (), The Certeau Reader (Blackwell, ), Cities of God (), The Blackwell Companion to. Buy The Certeau Reader, Oxfam, Ward, Graham (editor), Books, Religion and Spirituality a variety of texts from Certeau's book and journal publications which have proved important in the various disciplines where Certeau has had an influence.

The Reader as a whole reflects the interdisciplinary nature of Certeau's. Michel de Certeau illustrated such an approach in describing the specific character- istics of the mystical reader: "By 'mystical readers' I have in mind all the procedures of reading which were suggested or practiced in the field of solitary or collective experienceFile Size: 4MB.

De Certeau took a different approach, positing tactics not as subordinate to strategy but as opposed to it. He wrote about people in their everyday lives, not in conditions of extremity and conflict, in a book fittingly entitled The Practice of Everyday Life ().

The setting of strategy, notes de Certeau, is always the purview of power. The Certeau Reader, ed. by Graham W ard (Oxford: Blackwell, ). Le lieu de l’autre. Histoir e religieuse et mystique, ed. by Luce Giard (Paris: Gallimard / LeAuthor: Willem Frijhoff.

This is a particularly difficult book to summarize. It is written in a deliberately poetic style and the argument is very academic, and pretty self referential [that is referring to de Certeau’s contemporaries and to then current debates in French philosophy].

de Certeau is often considered to be the theorist of everyday life par excellence. This book provides an unrivalled critical introduction to de Certeau's work and influence and looks at his key ideas and asks how should we try to understand him in relation to theories of modern culture and society.

Wolfteich | Michel de Certeau, Spirituality Studies, and Practical Theology TransformaTive appropriaTion Spirituality studies are often described as self-implicating, leaving the scholar, teacher, and student vulnerable to transformation.

Some have described an “appropriative method” in spirituality studies.3 So too, practical theology is. People (users, consumers) reappropriate the space organized by the dominant power or even dominant discourses. Caught in the nets of “discipline,” they use “clandestine forms taken by the dispersed, tactical, and makeshift creativity” (xiv).

Certeau, thus, introduces the term “antidiscipline,” which becomes the subject of his book. Since his death inMichel de Certeau's reputation as a thinker has steadily grown both in France and throughout the English-speaking world.

His work is extraordinarily innovative and wide-ranging, cutting across issues in historiography, literary and cultural studies, anthropology, sociology, theology, philosophy and : Wiley. The placelessness of reading and the tactics it evokes from the reader, if I understand de Certeau, free the reader from the law-like dominance of any one text and, by extension, society itself, which can be read as a book.

In the Middle Ages, de Certeau notes early on, the text was a book, today it is a “whole society made into a book” (xxii). 6. Imposed by the generation of a productivist technocracy, the text is no longer "a referential book, but a whole society made into a book, into the writing of the anonymous law of production" ().

Notes Certeau thinks that "the ways of using" is "invisible in the universe of .The Practice of Everyday Life Michel de Certeau.

They pose questions at once analogous and contrary to those dealt with in Foucault's book: of a silent production: the drift across the page, the metamorphosis of the text effected by the wandering eyes of the reader, the improvisation and expectation of meanings inferred from a few words.

De Certeau opens the chapter by telling his reader that, “Michel Foucault’s book, The Order of Things, sold out within a month after it first appeared – or so goes the advertising legend” and that “the work, though long and difficult, numbers among those outward signs of culture the trained eye should find on prominent display in.