Get 20M+ Full-Text Papers For Less Than $1.50/day. Start a 14-Day Trial for You or Your Team.

Learn More →

Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies (review)

Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies (review) scholars already established in this particular field, as the study aims more for width of coverage than depth and consistency of analysis. A modest section of endnotes and a sizeable bibliography accompany the text. As someone who has taught and written on several of the books and films Peebles covers in her book, I would readily include Welcome to the Suck in graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses on war narratives or the role of social media in the formation of contemporary American literature. Useful in a variety of pedagogical and research capacities, the book is sure to raise awareness of veterans and the stories they have to tell. h Paul Jay. Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies. Ithica: Cornell University Press, 2010. 232p. University of Nebraska ­ Omaha Ana Isabel Carballal According to Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies, transnational and global studies had their beginning when the focus of literary studies shifted from a Eurocentric approach to enclose minorities and postcolonial literatures. For Paul Jay, globalization is not a recent phenomena but a theoretical development that had its start in the 1960s in political and social institutions as well as in universities. Moreover, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Rocky Mountain Review Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association

Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies (review)

Rocky Mountain Review , Volume 65 (2) – Nov 5, 2011

Loading next page...
 
/lp/rocky-mountain-modern-language-association/global-matters-the-transnational-turn-and-literary-studies-review-G0VSPvFtgU
Publisher
Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
Copyright
Copyright © Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
ISSN
1948-2833
Publisher site
See Article on Publisher Site

Abstract

scholars already established in this particular field, as the study aims more for width of coverage than depth and consistency of analysis. A modest section of endnotes and a sizeable bibliography accompany the text. As someone who has taught and written on several of the books and films Peebles covers in her book, I would readily include Welcome to the Suck in graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses on war narratives or the role of social media in the formation of contemporary American literature. Useful in a variety of pedagogical and research capacities, the book is sure to raise awareness of veterans and the stories they have to tell. h Paul Jay. Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies. Ithica: Cornell University Press, 2010. 232p. University of Nebraska ­ Omaha Ana Isabel Carballal According to Global Matters: The Transnational Turn and Literary Studies, transnational and global studies had their beginning when the focus of literary studies shifted from a Eurocentric approach to enclose minorities and postcolonial literatures. For Paul Jay, globalization is not a recent phenomena but a theoretical development that had its start in the 1960s in political and social institutions as well as in universities. Moreover,

Journal

Rocky Mountain ReviewRocky Mountain Modern Language Association

Published: Nov 5, 2011

There are no references for this article.