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001-es BibID:BIBFORM109352
035-os BibID:(MTMT)31836067
Első szerző:Mózes Dorottya Katalin (irodalmár, nyelvész)
Cím:Black Flânerie, Non-White Soundscapes, and the Fantastic in Teju Cole's Open City / Dorottya Mózes
Megjegyzések:This essay develops an alternative notion of Black fl©anerie, one that foregrounds the fl©aneur's auditory experiences and practices in the city, explaining how sound patterns work as indexes of historical traumas such as slavery, colonialism, and indigenous dispossession. More specifically, it investigates how sound and space are connected and what these connections may reveal about acoustical and historical conditions of urban sites. Analyses advance readings of spaces as shadowed by sonic traces, echoes, afterlives, and memories, which point to the sedimentation of sound in geographic as well as psychic structures and ruptures and hence show how different soundscapes suggest different forms of relationality: alienation, rupture, intersection, connection, and transformation. Finally, it demonstrates how sound imagery?including music, dialects, noise, voices, and silence?functions to signal fantastic spaces and places, fantastic or speculative linkages in particular, and produces a version of the non-White fantastic.
Tárgyszavak:Bölcsészettudományok Irodalom- és kultúratudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény hazai lapban
non-White fantastic
sound studies
urban space
Teju Cole
Megjelenés:Hungarian Journal of English and American studies. - 26 : 2 (2020), p. 34-68. -
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