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The Archive as a Productive Space of Conflict The applied research project and publication The Archive as a Productive Space of Conflict deals with archival practice and its spatial repercussions.

Publishing as Artistic Practice What does it mean to publish today? In the face of a changing media landscape, institutional upheavals, and discursive shifts in the legal, artistic, and political fields, concepts of ownership, authorship, work, accessibility, and publicity are being renegotiated.

How the traditional publishing framework has been cast adrift, and which opportunities are surfacing in its stead, is discussed here by artists, publishers, and scholars through the examination of recent publishing concepts emerging from the experimental literature and art scene, where publishing is often part of an encompassing artistic practice.

Developed over the past ten years of her practice, these works explore communication and interaction between individuals, often against the backdrop of a unique public location, in order to cast attention on repressed, incomplete, and unresolved histories.

Syntax and Society , the first volume, reflects on the exhibition premise that considered the structure and meaning of language and the role it plays in society, with a focus on the work of the three shortlisted artists, Dina Danish, Mahmoud Khaled, and Basir Mahmood while the second volume, Oh Shining Star Testify , focuses on the work of award-winning artist duo Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme.

It includes documentation of the eponymous exhibition at Rockbund Art Museum May 30—October 7, , along with detailed sketches of both existing and unrealized projects. Painting beyond Itself The Medium in the Post-medium Condition In response to recent developments in pictorial practice and critical discourse, Painting beyond Itself: The Medium in the Post-medium Condition seeks new ways to approach and historicize the question of the medium.

Reaching back to the earliest theoretical and institutional definitions of painting, this book—based on a conference at Harvard University in —focuses on the changing role of materiality in establishing painting as the privileged practice, discourse, and institution of modernity.

Individual Stories Photographs, books, and knickknacks: While artists generate personal collections, which often address different formal, aesthetic, or conceptual concerns, it is difficult to separate this activity from their artistic practices. Over time, whether intended or not, such accumulations of items may become works of art. Individual Stories considers the collection as a portrait of its collector and also as an artistic method—as a process rather than an end result. This catalogue is a compilation of individual collections that could not be more different.

Welchman on a range of contemporary European artists: Anchored in concerns that emerged in the late s and s, Welchman poses thoughtful and provocative questions about how these artists receive and negotiate the social and aesthetic histories through which they live and work. Shahryar Nashat Obituary The subject of this book is a deceased prop, an object of a particular color, the green of cinematic trickery and special effects. Taking its final form a year later, the prop became properly known as La Shape.

From now on, Bulletins of The Serving Library will proceed in full color and at half its former size but will be twice as good. Rare Earth Rare Earth is an attempt to define the spirit of an age. It helps local residents and others to shape their lifeworld and explore possibilities for action, instead of the usual experience of powerlessness and marginalization in the face of urban development.

Public Design Support offers free practical help in dealing with everyday problems while also helping to develop alternative conceptions of the city.

This publication—which includes key project materials, scholarly essays, and significant historical texts—chronicles the aspirations, methods, and projects of the first four years of Public Design Support.

The work is composed of three elements: Foregrounds, Distances aims not only to offer the first comprehensive overview of his work, but also to contribute to a history of painting-based practices, which occupy a marginal place in the established narratives of the art of the s and s Suzana Milevska Ed. On Productive Shame, Reconciliation, and Agency On Productive Shame, Reconciliation, and Agency prompts a unique crossdisciplinary inquiry into the productive potential of the affect of shame.

This book contests the ontological understanding of shame and the psychoanalytical interpretation of it based on personal traumatic experiences linked to lack, loss, memory repression, and absence. Both rely on all manner of doubles, models, gimmicks, ruses, prototypes, and shock-and-awe campaigns to realize their propagandas of the deed, threat, and image. Blurring reality and delusion, they collaborate on a literally psychotic politics of architecture. Writings — Since the late s, Tom Burr has been reusing appropriation strategies in his art.

Not confined to his photographic and sculptural works, they also lend momentum to many of his writings. The artist creates assemblages of personal writings and sources, differing in nature and style, which he has used as both conceptual and aesthetic materials. Thirty-seven texts—works, poems, autobiographical texts, and portraits—have been compiled for the first time in this publication. A collection of electronic works by Dexter Sinister produced from to Dexter Sinister is the compound name of Stuart Bailey and David Reinfurt, who operate at the intersection of graphic design, publishing, and contemporary art.

The artist duo became watercolorists for the project, harping back to an early amateur pictorial tradition while basing their picture making on a range of quotidian and historical images culled from the Internet. In , she became the unsalaried Artist-in-Residence for the New York City Department of Sanitation, a position she still holds that enables her to introduce radical public art into an urban municipal infrastructure.

Cord Riechelmann, Brigitte Oetker Eds. In the world of contemporary art, animals now occupy center stage. She then invited nine artists to contribute to this narrative. Metahaven Black Transparency The Right to Know in the Age of Mass Surveillance Black transparency is an involuntary disclosure of secrets against a backdrop of systematic online surveillance, as large parts of contemporary life move into the digital realm.

A Journal of the Plague Year Expanded from a touring exhibition originated at Para Site in , this book critically analyzes historical and contemporary imaginations and politics of fear in the face of disease and the specter of contamination in society and culture. The contributions speak from a humanistic and global perspective, pointing to the intersections of urban environments and post-colonial psychology, popular culture and racism, public health and migration, national identity and art.

The artists present material they have collected since , focusing on the way that personal narratives are formed and articulated in a post-digital age. Memoirs of a Hypnotist: Moving through a wide range of formats, the book encompasses manifestos, music scores, forecasts, conversions, translations, architectural programs, and other difficult-to-categorize works.

With sharp teeth and a killer instinct, Haiduk leads the way to a sunny spot where every soul suffers infinite injustice. This is their conversation. Ingo Niermann Solution — Drill Nation Having furnished solutions for Germany and Dubai, Ingo Niermann takes a new look at what nationhood can mean and accomplish today, finding inspiration, of all places, in North Korea. By relying on drills and a principle of reduction, the individual can be granted a freedom for experiences and ideas that are not possible otherwise.

Alhena Katsof, Dana Yahalomi Solution Double Agent The phenomenal performative relationship between the state and its cultural institutions was perhaps best exemplified when the declaration of the State of Israel was staged at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Double Agent , authored by Alhena Katsof and Dana Yahalomi, presents a methodology, manual, and performance offered as a culmination of efforts by the Office of Strategy and Protocol.

It contains the necessary tools to activate Debriefing Sessions and in doing so trains future Agents in a series of one-to-one exchanges gathered from work in the field. Bulletins of The Serving Library 9 Summer Issue number nine tackles all manner of sports and games, providing commentary on their language, politics, and philosophies. In between, the issue slaloms around bodybuilding, bridge, ice hockey, tennis, darts, golf, reporting, running, drugs, rock climbing, basketball, and Pong.

Mai Abu ElDahab Ed. The Paris-based architects opened their lecture at Harvard University with a manifesto: Eyal Weizman The Roundabout Revolutions Critical Spatial Practice 6 One common feature of the wave of recent revolutions and revolts around the world is not political but rather architectural: In her research, she explores—through the figures of James Joyce and Robert Walser—deviant literature, exploded language, the unconscious, and the notion of exile as inherent to artistic practice.

Sarah Entwistle Please send this book to my mother In Please send this book to my mother , artist Sarah Entwistle dismantles the traditional form of the architectural monograph and artist biography. In , the astounding personal effects of her grandfather, architect Clive Entwistle —76 , emerged from a Manhattan storeroom.

The year sees the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Europe from Nazi totalitarianism. Only few witnesses of these past events are still alive at this time.

Many events are known, many interpretations contested, but an encounter with contemporary art that focuses on historic sites in the landscape, and decides to interpret these sites differently, is unprecedented. Art in the Periphery of the Center Peripheries are profoundly ambiguous regions. While trying to build a relationship with the center, the periphery often finds itself excluded both on a structural and actor-related level, no matter if the center-periphery model is defined in terms of space or along relations of power.

The publication Art in the Periphery of the Center attempts to shift practices of thought toward both critical realism and new materialism. At the end of the festival, the structure will be transported to Thailand and will be the first building block of a new workshop on the land.

Using a large collection of magazine pages he had kept for inspiration, Fecteau arranged and rearranged them into formal and narrative relationships over the course of several months, and presented them in a simple black binder. This book is a reproduction of the resulting selection. Adopting a variety of modes of address, this book acts as a kind of theater for considering the questions: How does one choreograph a history that is constantly being re-imagined?

And, how do we speak of an anthropology of movement? Paradiso Lussemburgo, a project proposed by Markiewicz and curator Paul Ardenne, creates an active theater, which the reader continues and further opens for participation. For his digital compositions Sadeghi, in dialogue with Pfeifer, took the field recordings made by missionary and anthropologist Martin Gusinde in of Yaghan chants in Bahia Mejillones as point of departure and reference.

Benjamin Seror Mime Radio Mime Radio was performed and written orally by French artist Benjamin Seror at a series of events over a two-year period, then transcribed and edited into a novel. Jaanus Samma Not Suitable for Work. He lost his job and was abandoned by his family.

After spending a year and a half in a corrective labor camp, Ojaste moved to Tartu where he became a local legend, notorious for his active gay life. Realism Materialism Art Realism Materialism Art RMA introduces a diverse selection of new realist and materialist philosophies and examines their ramifications on the arts.

The book also considers the current commodification of the art industry and the distribution of images in the digital age. Drawing from his formation in theater and his own curatorial work, Jens Hoffmann reflects on the spaces of contemporary art—the gallery, the institution, the biennial—and ultimately positions the discipline of curating in the context of a larger cultural sphere shaped by the political, social, and economic conditions of its time, while demanding new attitudes and new thinking.

Sculpture Unlimited 2 Materiality in Times of Immateriality While the first volume Sculpture Unlimited dealt with the question of how the contemporary field of sculpture can be defined in a useful and stimulating manner against its long history, the second volume looks at the present and future.

With sculpture as a leading reference, the contributions address theory, aesthetics, and technology: Do current philosophical movements such as new materialism and object-oriented ontology affect our notion of the art object? Does so-called post-Internet art have a future?

And how does the Internet of Things relate to objects and things in art? Through the use of a saturated blue color altered by light and demarcated by architectural forms, the installation at the Venice Biennale reflects on the salient concept of the border. Furniture of the Fogo Island Inn This unique publication, filled with annotated images, presents an inventory of design, furniture, and textiles produced for Fogo Island Inn.

Each piece is a collaborative effort between artisans and craftspeople living on the island and designers from various parts of the world who were invited to engage with the history and communities of Fogo Island and Change Islands in Newfoundland, Canada. Mathilde ter Heijne Performing Change Performing Change , a collection of interviews by artist Mathilde ter Heijne, explores the idea of open-ended, collaborative art processes and their transformative potential beyond the confines of art.

Combining evocation and documentation, Lulaj concentrates on a historic-political phase that was extremely important for building an identity that was not just Albanian but also international. The internet is an ever-growing storage space of information that we have come to rely on—but what does this thing called the internet really mean?

And does it still exist? Rike Frank, Grant Watson Eds. Textiles Open Letter Textiles: Open Letter examines the referential and analytical qualities of textiles through both contemporary and historical works. The contributions in this book reflect on the complex interplay between the various functions and connotations of textiles—such as the emphasis on their tactile qualities or the artistic value attributed to them—and the attendant conflicts and antagonisms that articulate relations of power and value and of the interaction of artistic processes with their overarching contexts.

Alongside comprehensive exhibition documentation, the actual construction and installation of the artworks is presented. World of Matter World of Matter is an international research project investigating primary materials and the complex ecologies of which they are a part. Artist Novels The Book Lovers Publication This publication is devoted to the phenomenon of the artist novel, and whether it can be considered to be a medium in its own right within the visual arts.

Thanks to the contributions of a selected group of artists, writers, curators, and scholars this publication strives to demonstrate that literature, when treated by visual artists, can take place well beyond the space of the book.

The exhibition explores the layering of time through historical artifice. History here is considered as a constructed sphere, constantly in flux, simultaneously being buried and excavated. Amar Kanwar The Sovereign Forest The Sovereign Forest attempts to reopen discussion and initiate a creative response to our understanding of crime, politics, human rights, and ecology.

The validity of poetry as evidence in a trial; the discourse on seeing, on understanding, on compassion, on issues of justice; sovereignty and the determination of the self—all come together in a constellation of moving and still images, texts, books, pamphlets, albums, music, objects, seeds, events, and processes.

Much of his work presented in this catalogue—framework installations, hay images, and straw images are displayed in this book—was made together with farmers and craftspeople; by transforming age-old handiwork into contemporary art, Holzapfel unsettles the division between nature and culture, and tradition and modernity.

Sophie von Olfers, Mark von Schlegell Eds. Christiane Kruse, Antje Majewski Eds. The texts collected here give an introduction into concepts that are more than years old, yet still raise relevant questions about our current relationship to nature—both to nature in the sense of environment and ecology, and to our inner nature and its connection to the world we live in.

Bulletins of The Serving Library 8 Winter This issue is smaller than large and larger than small: Lou Cantor, Clemens Jahn Eds. Turning Inward Turning Inward comprises a selection of texts by international artists, critics, and curators, which aims to renegotiate the relationship between centers and peripheries in contemporary art worlds. In the context of advanced globalization, the distributed agency of networked power structures can hardly be localized any longer in geographical terms.

Yet, if we are to turn our attention away from geographical—that is, horizontal—relations, we can conceive of the central and peripheral as vertical phenomena that can coexist spatially in the shapes of social constructions, genealogies, or epistemic formations.

In the Holocene In the Holocene is based on a group exhibition of the same name at the MIT List Visual Arts Center that explored art as a speculative science, investigating principles more commonly associated with scientific or mathematical thought. Through the work of an intergenerational group of artists, the exhibition and book propose that art acts as an investigative and experimental form of inquiry, addressing or amending what is explained through traditional scientific or mathematical means: Headless is a coded, clandestine novel that nevertheless makes for breathless reading until the last page.

Founded by Isidore Isou in Paris immediately after World War II, it remains active to this day, having lost none of its radicalism, either aesthetic or ethical. In this book, Nicole Brenez presents the key figures and the basic concepts of Lettrist cinema, the art form within which their formal innovations proved the most far-reaching, prefiguring the breakthroughs of the nouvelle vague and the experiments of expanded cinema.

Replete with experimental recipes the founder of Futurism, Marinetti, is known to have ranted about the social dangers of pasta eating , the book is a multilayered exploration of cultural metabolisms, with the dining table as its centerpiece, of course! Axel Wieder, Florian Zeyfang Eds. Open Form Space, Interaction, and the Tradition of Oskar Hansen This publication examines the impact of Oskar Hansen within contemporary visual culture and the redefined role of the viewer since the s.

The book includes in-depth interviews with some of the most important protagonists of experimental art in Poland, who investigate the historical impact of the open form. Each interpreting the theme in an unconventional and abstract sense, it is an alternative omnibus of everyone's favorite and most controversial holiday.

Artwork is provided in the form of a colorful collection of romance covers illustrated by Vicki Khuzami. The book connects the postcolonial and queer debate around chronopolitics with artistic strategies that introduce breaks, stutter time, use citations and anachronisms, and introduce deferrals and collapses between time and meaning.

Yet it is the commonality of modernist architectural form rather than the peculiarities of place, nation, or time that attracts her lens. In Weltausstellung , visual anonymity is the main event—but not the whole story. Felix Ensslin, Charlotte Klink Eds. Aesthetics of the Flesh Word becomes flesh, God becomes pigment, beauty becomes empirical form, power negotiates itself in matter—and vice versa: This reader traces the aesthetic concept of flesh in four sections: However, unlike conventional pictorial dictionaries, there is no symbolic system.

Juxtapositions are normalized, and normality becomes a farce. This fully circular publication has no beginning or end, allowing for multiple points of entry and unconventional ways of reading--both from left to right and vice versa, as well as upside down and right-side up--seeking to interrupt learned behaviors and soliciting the reader's active engagement. It is a polyphonic collage of text and image. More than seventeen years of artistic output unfold between the first and last pages.

In this work, along with others from the same period, Fassbinder established a Jewish-German mirror rotating on the axis of the Holocaust. As this publication vividly captures, her work weaves an unlikely bond between minimalist sculpture and the frayed, human history of textile work.

Dominic Eichler, Brigitte Oetker Eds. Jahresring 61 The Jahresring series is one of the longest continually published annual journals for contemporary art in Germany. The 61st edition is a reader and visual sampler with contributions from visual artists, writers, poets, musicians, choreographers, and designers.

Bringing together a discursive array of forms and timbres, it takes an intertextual and interdisciplinary approach to exploring some contemporary cultural resonances with respect to gender and sexuality.

Ana Teixeira Pinto Ed. The Reluctant Narrator A Survey of Narrative Practices Across Media An explosion of interest in narrative practices at the end of the twentieth century has been referred to as the "narrative turn. What has happened here? Mark von Schlegell Ickles, Etc. Methodologies of Presentation in Art and Dance aims to map the exchanges and transgressions between art and dance that characterize the manifold variety of relations between art and dance that can be observed today: This statement is typical of the fluid boundaries between deep seriousness and the exuberant, eccentric spirit that pervades her work.

Ines Lechleitner The Imagines The Imagines is based on the texts of four writers that each engage with a recent project by Ines Lechleitner. In response to each critical contribution, Lechleitner develops a visual section where elements and fragments of the selected projects build up their own narrative in relation to the specific space of this book. Michael Schindhelm Solution Lavapolis The tenth speculation in the Solution series imagines a possible European present and future.

Seventy years ago, the small island nation of Lavapolis was founded. It began as an alternative, a gambling destination to rival Las Vegas, and became a model for a new way of living.

With its principle of universal solidarity, the nation counters the pitfalls of contemporary global society. It is an ever-shifting utopia; a volcano jutting out of the Mediterranean Sea; an extension of the open frontier. The biographies of its inhabitants are integral to the whole. If the world backs down from the challenges of Lavapolis, the island is destined to erupt.

Aesthetic Politics in Fashion Aesthetic Politics in Fashion outlines critical studies in the present cross-sections of fashion, art, politics, and global capitalism. Critically examining contemporary collaborations of artists, media, and fashion labels, this groundbreaking anthology locates fashion within ecological and ethical discourses, postcolonial styles, and critical reflections on whiteness.

The individual projects focus on different environments that are often characterized by crisis—mostly dealing with communities and their fringes, with proxies and symbolic representations, as manifested, for example, in forms of protest or religious garments. Cultures of the Curatorial 2 Timing: On the Temporal Dimension of Exhibiting Focusing on time instead of the typically predominant category of space, this publication—the second volume in the Cultures of the Curatorial series—takes up the key aesthetic, social, political, and economic issues of the early twenty-first century running through the field and framed by the axes of exhibiting and the temporal.

Lisa Oppenheim Works — Over the past decade, artist Lisa Oppenheim has steadily developed a unique body of work exploring the usage of historical imagery.

Balanced between appropriation and reconstruction, her work relies on substitutions applied to photographic and filmic records through which the historical and the present are transmitted and constituted through a language of today. Dialectionary Cluster is a network of eight contemporary visual arts organizations each located in on the peripheries of European cities.

Each organization is focused on commissioning, producing, and presenting contemporary art, and the nature of the work is often experimental, process-driven, involves research, is based on working with international and local artists, and often engages with diverse publics on a local level.

Compiled over a period of two years, Cluster: Dialectionary aims to find new ways to position this work and the work of contemporary visual arts organizations more broadly, particularly in relation to wider social, political, and cultural concerns. Published following the closing of the exhibition, this catalogue should be considered a continuation of the project, as a resource in itself, rather than simply documentation or commentary. The book includes several essays that discuss possible interpretations and consequences of the artwork, questioning the role of history and commemoration in Germany today.

Artwork is provided by Willem de Rooij, whose series comprises collected images from the Internet displaying the aftermaths of destroyed and looted cultural heritage sites in conflict zones such as Iraq, Mali, Egypt, Syria, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Performance artists, astronauts, an airplane, Zen masters, and hunger artists are some of the companions of this exploration into hidden realities. Hu draws on the experience of everyday life, the past, and the future to create otherworldly stories where reality turns into fiction and science fiction becomes reality.

Conceived, Directed, Edited, and Produced by M. Employing new video formats as they become available, many of which have quickly fallen into obsolescence, Auder has prolifically produced short and feature films as well as video installations and photography that transgress genres, gleaning the fields of art history, literature, commercial television, and experimental cinema.

Tone Hansen, Marit Paasche Eds. The events of July 22 transformed normality as we knew it and, consequently, the predictable as well. The normal was no longer familiar, and the abnormal was no longer associated with the foreign. The result is an open and inquiring look at our own time.

The Phantom of Liberty Contemporary Art and the Pedagogical Paradox One of the few things we have in common in contemporary society is the future of our children.

What happened to the reform pedagogy of the twentieth century? What is the status of childhood in the era of the consuming child and the playing adult? This anthology is a collection of twenty-one essays and conversations that weave in and out of the two key areas of research and teaching within performative fine arts. Roee Rosen Maxim Komar-Myshkin: Komar-Myshkin committed suicide in , soon after completing the album. A Handbook for Artistic Strategies in Real Politics takes the possibility of concrete truth as a working hypothesis and looks for direct action and concrete knowledge: Often treated as failure or loss, subtraction—when accepted as part of an exchange—can be growth.

All over the world, sprawl and overdevelopment have attracted distended or failed markets. However, when failing, buildings can create their own alternative markets of durable spatial variables that can be managed and traded by citizens and cities rather than the global financial industry.

Silke Otto-Knapp Questions of Travel This book is published on occasion of the parallel exhibitions Silke Otto-Knapp presented in two markedly different locations: The contrasting influences of place—between rural and urban, new and old world—is evident in the selection of works presented and compiled in this catalogue.

Hito Steyerl Too Much World The Films of Hito Steyerl Hito Steyerl is rightly considered one of the most exciting artists working today who speculates on the impact of the Internet and digitization on the fabric of our everyday lives.

Her films and writings offer an astute, provocative, and often funny analysis of the dizzying speed with which images and data are reconfigured, altered, and dispersed, many times over, accelerating into infinity or crashing into oblivion.

This book gives a somewhat different introduction to contemporary speculative philosophy, raising questions on how thinking works and how thinking occurs in drawings or illustrations. How does a poetic thinking work that's not about but with art? The condition of forensis is one in which aesthetic practices, new technologies, and architectural research methodologies bear upon the legal implications of political struggle, violent conflict, and climate change.

Beatriz Colomina Manifesto Architecture: The Ghost of Mies Critical Spatial Practice 3 In the third book in the Critical Spatial Practice series, Beatriz Colomina traces the history of the modern architecture manifesto, with particular focus on Mies van der Rohe, and the play between the written and built work.

This essay propels the manifesto form into the future, into an age where electronic media are the primary sites of debate, suggesting that new forms of manifesto are surely emerging along with new kinds of authorship, statement, exhibition, and debate. Sweet Sixties Specters and Spirits of a Parallel Avant-Garde Sweet Sixties is a long-term trans-regional research initiative working between art, research, media, and educational contexts in Europe, the Middle East, western and central Asia, Latin America, and northern Africa.

Involving a particular group of experimentally oriented arts and research groups as well as individual artists, researchers, and media, Sweet Sixties investigates hidden histories or underexposed cultural junctions and exchange channels in the revolutionary period of the s. As such, its nominal theme is Fashion. Brian Dillon Objects in This Mirror Objects in This Mirror posits a polemical defense of intellectual and cultural generalism and curiosity. The collection of essays rewardingly navigates such diverse subjects as the writings of W.

Sebald and Roland Barthes to the history of cravat-tying manuals and the search for a cure to the common cold.

Staying true to the idea of the essay as a self-aware but generous literary and critical form, this book explores the variety of topics it has been possible in recent years to corral within the rubric of art writing or criticism. This new volume brings together a selection of Jan Verwoert's most recent writings. Model House Research Group Ed. Transcultural Modernisms Based on the findings of an interdisciplinary research project, Transcultural Modernisms maps out the network of encounters, transnational influences, and local appropriations of an architectural modernity manifested in various ways in housing projects in India, Israel, Morocco, and China.

Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, Eyal Weizman Architecture after Revolution The work presented in this book is an invitation to undertake an urgent architectural and political thought experiment: Here, the social totality creeps into the picture.

Come On compiles ten texts written between and This new collaborative publication, Dare to Count Phonemes and Graphemes , has evolved within the framework of these geographically separate yet collaboratively conceived exhibitions. In five episodes, a fictionalized narrative stages the backstage and theatricalizes the social interactions and power games, the aspirations, passions, and everyday realities of the field.

Regarded as one of the key protagonists of Eastern European conceptualism, the Romanian artist advocates a radical convergence between the organic and spiritual, an uninhibited immersion of life into art. The main part of the publication comprises visual materials and texts written by the artist that span several decades of her activity, outlining the exceptional manner in which she has appropriated the lesson of modernism and interrelated it with conceptual challenges. For him, the museum is an everyday tool that enables the encounter between viewer and work—raising the question of the kind of architecture appropriate for such a space.

Chantal Pontbriand The Contemporary, the Common Art in a Globalizing World The essays in this collection were written in the first decade of the new millennium by the critic, editor, and curator Chantal Pontbriand. Based on a series of interviews and site visits with living artists about the role of their home in relation to their work, Kirsty Bell looks at the house as receptacle, vehicle, model, theater, or dream space.

Attention Economy Jahresring John Smith This comprehensive new monograph on the influential British artist-filmmaker—renown for his playful and formally ingenious subversion of the everyday world—contains essays by Ian Christie, Martin Herbert, Kathrin Meyer, and Ethan de Seife.

Scandalous A Reader on Art and Ethics Recent encounters between art and real life, the ubiquity of images of violence and humiliation in visual culture and the media, and the persistence of controversial debates on public and participatory art projects are raising fundamental questions about the importance of ethical decisions in art and curating. How far can provocation in art go, before it becomes cynical and abusive?

Are ethical decisions seen as more urgent in participatory art? What is seriousness exactly, and where does it reside? Is it a desirable value in contemporary culture?

Astrid Schmetterling, Lynn Turner Visual Cultures as Recollection Memory has become a major preoccupation in the humanities in recent decades, be it individual and collective memory, cultural and national memory, or traumatic memory and the ethics of its representation. In an era of hyper-specialization and rigid academic protocols, Barry Schwabsky revives a form of criticism one imagined barely existed—a criticism of varied interests and passionate opinions.

Deborah Ligorio Survival Kits For years now our lives have been shaped by a crisis impacting both our economy and our personal lives. But what is ultimately in crisis? Survival Kits offers twelve perspectives on this issue—from fields as diverse as philosophy, politics, media theory, environmental activism, feminism, post-human theory, literature, geopolitics, art, and economics.

Karen van den Berg, Ursula Pasero Eds. Art Production beyond the Art Market? A fundamental reordering of artistic production and a transformation of the art field are about to take place. Heated debates have been sparked over new forms of work, public subsidies, and the expanding impact of the creative industries. Independent education programs, self-organized urban planning, and artistic practices in the field of scientific research, among other initiatives, have unfolded over the last few years.

This publication addresses this wide field, focusing on theoretical reflections and insights into alternative artistic working models. Douglas Coupland Shopping in Jail Ideas, Essays, and Stories for the Increasingly Real Twenty-First Century In Douglas Coupland's writing, the doldrums of a world afflicted by the pains of dotcom booms and busts, the ascendency of subcultures to pop cultures, and the subsequent struggle for identity are counterbalanced by droll, personal, and incisive analyses.

This collection of nonfiction essays provides an illuminating meander through what we call culture today. Ekaterina Degot, David Riff Eds.

Monday Begins on Saturday Monday Begins on Saturday is the title of a fantasy novel from the s about a magical research institute in the Soviet Union, written by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky. It is also the title of the first edition of Bergen Assembly, a new triennial of contemporary art. French Theory and American Art Many postwar American artists were influenced by French philosophy, literary studies, and social sciences.

French Theory in American Art examines some of the main historical conditions of this reception. In the contemporary economy of time, history has become an image in motion, a series of events animated and performed through various media.

Diedrich Diederichsen, Anselm Franke Eds. The accompanying publication includes image-rich visual essays that explore key themes: Bulletins of The Serving Library 5 Summer Conceived while in residency at the library of the Goethe-Institut New York, this issue of Bulletins of The Serving Library used the context of the hosting institution as a thematic starting point.

Milena Hoegsberg, Cora Fisher Eds. Marysia Lewandowska, Laurel Ptak Eds. In its pages artists and theorists address aspects of computing, curating, economy, ecology, gentrification, music, publishing, piracy, and much more. Solution — Love In its ninth volume, the Solution series departs from its previous geopolitical focus on regions and countries. The issue becomes the infinite prospect of connection as well as transformation: Archaeology of the Digital Archaeology of the Digital delves into the genesis and establishment of digital tools for design conceptualization, visualization, and production at the end of the s and the beginning of the s.

Hilke Wagner, Axel Wieder Eds. Even if the exhibitions were organized entirely independently of one another, the joint effort in producing this catalogue made it possible to go beyond simple exhibition documentation and provide a more in-depth view into the work of Kriemann.

Alex Coles, Catharine Rossi Eds. The first volume is devoted to the activities of the Italian avant-garde between and While emphasizing the multiple correspondences between collectives and groups like Arte Povera, Archizoom, Superstudio, and figures such as Ettore Sottsass and Alessandro Mendini, The Italian Avant-Garde, — also highlights previously overlooked spaces, works, and performances generated by Zoo, Gruppo , and Cavart. The idea according to which certain people—also known as artists—would provide the world with their inner vision is a modern myth, but has proved to be a contemporary reality.

Since so much art now considers itself as cultural production, mystical creation has been turned into a minority paradigm. The Age of Creation analyzes the entrance of art into culture at large. With this, several shifts have occurred: Art as a Thinking Process Visual Forms of Knowledge Production The work of art has often been a battleground—its decorative and formal aspects positioned against its nature as an embodiment of cognitive acts. Schaubilder In recent years, it has been possible to discern a growing interest in diagrams.

The exhibition "Schaubilder" Diagrams explores how these developments affect the worlds of images in contemporary art. This publication presents ten artists who deal with diagrammatic forms in their work. The additional text contributions from the perspectives of art theory, philosophy, and information design encourage an ongoing discussion of the theme.

Hysterically reproduced paper maquettes of choreographed architecture, imprisoned within a clumsy, photographic frame, are abstract shelters for imagined and unspoken texts. Words are characters in performance of a world as a text. Thomas Keenan, Tirdad Zolghadr Eds. The conference contributions and subsequent essays examine contemporary forms of humanism and universalism as they circulate and are produced in art and photography. Chesterton from , a mysterious crime story about a seven-headed anarchist council functioning in a world of permanent emergency.

Yet in the end, the real danger emanates from artists and intellectuals. Demos Return to the Postcolony Specters of Colonialism in Contemporary Art In the wake of failed states, growing economic and political inequality, and the ongoing US- and NATO-led wars for resources, security, and economic dominance worldwide, contemporary artists are revisiting former European colonies, considering past injustices as they haunt the living yet remain repressed in European consciousness.

Through their numerous artistic approaches—including installations, video, drawing, sculpture, performance, and photographs—the artist duo visualize their imaginings of the parallel world inherent within the modern human psyche, along with how it manifests itself in the everyday aspects of life and civic conformity.

This book accompanies their major exhibition at M HKA of the same title. Their inner life is always a secret; their outer form, a sculpture. No other dishes are so well suited to surprises and culinary amusements. Behave Like an Audience Behave Like an Audience is a limited-edition vinyl commissioned and produced by Mai Abu ElDahab, and features musical tracked penned by a group of artists ElDahab worked with at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, and performed by the musical trio Concert.

This book offers the only available glimpse of the project, as it was primarily conceived as a private residence. Sharon Lockhart Sharon Lockhart Noa Eshkol The catalog Sharon Lockhart Noa Eshkol accompanies the eponymous exhibition at TBA21 in Vienna which consists of a complex installation of videos, photographs, and archival material, composing a subtle and sensuous portrait of the Israeli choreographer, dancer, researcher, and textile artist Noa Eshkol.

Psychedelic Concepts in Neo-Avantgarde Art. The idea was to contrive a popular version of his academic thesis by editing it psychedelically. The result of a research-based residency at the University of California Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, the publication includes four essays and ten interviews with researchers whose work relates to one of the magnitudes of ten of the IBM-commissioned film. Ruth Buchanan The weather, a building This new artist book by Ruth Buchanan charts three narratives associated with the life of the Staatsbibliothek Berlin, which acts as an example of the tension between what is contained in libraries and how it is contained.

The dialogues attempt to unpack current dilemmas and popular mobilizations in terms of consensus-driven formats of political decision making. In a Manner of Reading Design If design aims at taking a critical stance, it needs to change its acquaintance with knowledge and develop its own discourse to understand the underlying conceptions that are at play.

By doing so, it seeks to open up common readings of what design is and can do. Warboys later discovered an unpublished manuscript by Vanel in the adjoining archives of the Maison nationale des artistes, a retirement home for elderly artists.

Steve Rushton Masters of Reality Masters of Reality brings together the first collection of texts by Steve Rushton exploring the interrelations between art, anthropology, social sciences, psychology, media, politics, and economy. Thinking through Painting Reflexivity and Agency beyond the Canvas Painting has demonstrated remarkable perseverance in the expanding field of contemporary art and the surrounding ecology of media images.

It appears, however, to have dispelled its own once-uncontested material basis: At the start of the New Zion Empire in —a time of unprecedented dystopic stability with superpower coalitions, generous drone regiments, awesome capital investments, and more soft-power propaganda than ever employed in modern history—Sergeant Jim of the United States is taken hostage in Yazd, once the proud seat of the Persian Empire, and becomes a wildly popular mouthpiece for Third World rhetoric, postcolonial jingles, anti-imperial anecdotes, and anti-Zionist mottos.

Tom McCarthy, Simon Critchley, et al. Faced with the obvious risk of romanticization, it appears all the more important to pursue an understanding of how American Fine Arts, Co. Nikolaus Hirsch, Markus Miessen Eds.

What Is Critical Spatial Practice? Critical Spatial Practice 1 In September , Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen invited protagonists from the fields of architecture, art, philosophy, and literature to reflect on the single question of what, today, can be understood as a critical modality of spatial practice.

Fabian Marti, Cristina Ricupero Eds. The book explores how works produced for the screen might be transposed to the codex in a way that recalls that former context while also fully inhabiting the page. Cultures of the Curatorial Cultures of the Curatorial assumes a curatorial turn in contemporary cultural practice and discourse.

Coming from a variety of disciplines and professional backgrounds, the contributors exemplify the entanglement of theory and practice, consider recent developments within the curatorial field, allow self-reflexive analysis, and explore the conditions—disciplinary, institutional, economic, political, and regional—under which art and culture become public.

In collaboration with the curator, Barbara Steiner, the exhibition and publication bring together a range of works by Kyes, as well as works by a host of collaborators that includes architects, artists, writers, curators, editors, and graphic designers, presenting contemporary graphic design as a practice that mediates, and is mediated by, its allied disciplines.

Objectif Exhibitions, — , this publication is the second in a two-part series of interviews with artists who exhibited at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, between and The interviews are accompanied by a collection of secondary and parallel material produced in collaboration with each artist. In this conversation, Zaatari revisits photographs he made in his teenage years during the Israeli occupation of his hometown, Saida, in , and imagines what an Israeli filmmaker could have experienced in the same period.

A Diary The Future of Art: If so, then their simultaneously modest and radical approach to form may present a key to understanding the resilience and flexibility of a more general sphere of global conceptualisms that anticipate, surpass, or even bend around their purported origins in canonical European and American regimes of representation, as well as what we currently understand to be the horizon of artistic practice.

Perspectives on Art and Culture Interiors Encounters with art engage various conditions of interiority—whether through psychic spaces or specific physical environments, such as museums and private residences. Through diverse discursive modes—commissioned essays, conversations and talks, historical writings, and artistic projects—this anthology, the first CCS Readers volume, examines the poetics and politics of interior experience within the frame of contemporary art.

Juliane Rebentisch Aesthetics of Installation Art In recent years, debates surrounding the concept of art have focused in particular on installation art, as its diverse manifestations have proven to be incompatible with the modern idea of aesthetic autonomy. Here, Juliane Rebentisch asserts that installation art does not, as is often assumed, dispute aesthetic autonomy per se, and rather should be understood as calling for a fundamental revision of this very concept.

Performing the Curatorial Within and Beyond Art Because the curatorial has clear performative sides, ones that seek to challenge the status quo, it also includes elements of choreography, orchestration, and administrative logistics—like all practices working with defining, preserving, and mediating cultural heritage in a wider sense.

Is curating therefore essentially an act of translation? If so, with what purpose, and can it be performed elsewhere? Art, Property and Spatial Justice is the second volume in the Actors, Agents and Attendants series of publications and symposia initiated by SKOR Foundation for Art and Public Domain to investigate the role of cultural practice in the organization of the public domain.

Nikolaus Hirsch, Shveta Sarda Eds. Cybermohalla Hub Cybermohalla Hub, a hybrid of studio, school, archive, community center, library, and gallery is a structure that moves between Delhi and diverse art contexts. The Cybermohalla project, which takes on the meaning of the Hindi word mohalla neighborhood , has been engaged in rethinking urban life, and reimagining and reanimating the infrastructure of cultural and intellectual life in contemporary cities.

Interviews In Playing the City: Interviews , Matthias Ulrich, curator of the Schirn project, asks fifty-one of the involved artists ten central questions about the participatory and collaborative art context. Their answers and comments provide a telling picture of the multiple forms of interactive, cooperative, and interdisciplinary practices in contemporary art. The Athens-born artist concentrates less on their historical-political meanings and much more on their function as a medium of recollection.

Marianne Heier Surplus Although Marianne Heier abandons the traditional exhibition spaces in connection with her projects, Art with a capital A is still always measured against other social constructs. At this point of intersection, Heier looks at the typical features of the various economies or values of given fields and how they overlap and collide.

This project renders visible societal structures and consequences of such structures—of which we are not always aware.

By shifting the perspective slightly, we can perhaps glimpse distinct values and new outcomes. Aalborg Universitetsforlag, , Harry Potters univers gennem storylineundervisning 2.

Technology and Teacher Education Annual 6 , Australian Mathematics Teacher Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone". Daily Telegraph Sydney 13 October , Butterbeer, Cauldron Cakes, and Fizzing Whizzbees: A Wizard lit master to J. Illustrated by Caanan Grall, Valerie den Ouden.

Toward a Rhetoric of Scholar-Fandom. Journal of American Culture Speciall issue on children and popular culture , Die Vermarktung einer Fantasiefigur zum 'Star'.

Praxis Deutsch 29, H. Joachim Duyndam, Anna-Marie J. Korte, Marcel Poorthuis eds. Spellbinding Map and Book of Secrets.

The Magical Worlds of Harry Potter. Return of the Heroes: Proceedings of Accio University of Reading, July Interpretation zu Band 1 des Jugendbuchs von Joanne K. Doctrine and Life Harry Potter im Quadrat. Der unheimliche Erfolg eines Best- und Longsellers. Athena Lesen und Medien Folk Tales for the Digital Age. U of Michigan P, Guida completa alla saga di Harry Potter. I libri, i film, i personaggi, i luoghi, l'autrice, il mito.

Back to the Future. You Are What You Eat: Literary Probes into the Palate. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, , LIT, Religion und Biographie 8. Children's differentiation between historical and fantasy characters. Sharyn Pearce, Kerry Mallan eds. Genre, performance and text. Post Pressed, , Freud, Lacan, and Harry Potter: Two Readings of Trauma. From Colonialism to the Contemporary: Nature 11 Aug. New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship Epic Fantasy in Adolescent Literature.

Engaging Millennials in a New Generation of Counseling. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health Onomastic Strategies in Tolkien and Rowling. Lewis, Charles Williams, and Mythopoeic Literature 28 , Lewis, Charles Williams, and Mythopoeic Literature 27 , New Mexico Law Review John Perlich, David Whitt eds. Harry Potter and the Living Stone: Zadok Institute for Christianity and Society, Anthroposophie im Dialog 11 , 35ff.

Extraverted Gryffindors, agreeable Hufflepuffs, clever Ravenclaws, and manipulative Slytherins. Personality and Individual Differences 83 , The Gothic in children's literature: Times Higher Education Supplement 21 Dec , Harry Potter and Compulsory Consumerism.

Times Higher Education Supplement 12 December Michigan Quarterly Review Harry Potter Que e r: Transformative Works and Cultures 17 Pottermore and the Pitfalls of Transmedia Storytelling. Sarah Lynne Bowman, Aaron Vanek eds. Wyrd Con Companion Book. Rock and Pop in the Movies 3 , Das queere Potenzial des aktuellen Fantasykinos. Reflections on history and fiction.

Parallels to the Deaf World. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Kristeligt dagblad 6 August , 9. Severus Snape and the Concept of the Outsider: Formen und Wege einer neuen Literatur.

Deutscher Taschenbuch-Verlag, , La letteratura per ragazzi da Cuore a Harry Potter: Atti del convegno, Imperia, maggio Faith Journey Through Fantasy Lands.

Acta Onomastica 46 , All that Glitters is not Gold: European Journal of Communication Thesis, University of Melbourne, Australia. Rare Book Review , Exploring Beedle the Bard: An Unauthorized Guide to the Book. Deep Ecology in the Harry Potter Series. A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 5: Anita Schilcher, Claudia Maria Pecher eds.

Kulturelle und epochenspezifische Diskurse aus Sicht der Fachdisziplinen. Schneider Verlag Hohengehren "Klassiker" der internationalen Jugendliteratur 1 , Mitteilungen des Deutschen Germanistenverbandes Eine magische Zeitreise von Merlin bis Harry Potter. Harry Potter and Indian Mythology. Teaching Harry Potter and Politics.

A literature guide for Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone: A novel by J. Aristotelian Virtue and Friendship in J. Undergraduate Review, Bridgewater State College 5 , Lectures , ; part 2 in: Lectures , Harry Potter and the Christian Right.

Louise D'Arcens, Andrew Lynch eds. International Medievalism and Popular Culture. Le Quidditch dans Harry Potter. Nouvelle revue de psychosociologie 7: The First Amendment and the reading curriculum. Education Law Reporter Children's Literary Practices and Preferences: Harry Potter and Beyond.

Children's Reflections on their 'Potter Experience'. Truth and Belief at the Borders of Consensus. Children's Literature Association Quarterly Filosofskite tajni na Chari Potar. Journal of Youth Services Long Live the Original. Culture, Hierarchy, and the Human Condition. Our Faith in Evil: Melodrama and the Effects of Entertainment Violence.

Creative Rejigging, or Gender Tokenism? English in Australia , Histoire des livres pour les enfants: Bayard jeunesse, Les petits guides j'aime lire 5.

From Homer to Harry Potter: A Handbook on Myth and Fantasy. What We Learn about Teaching from J. The Clearing House Harry Potter im Unterricht. Harry Potter's Potion for Regulation. Praktisch-theologische und religionsdidaktische Analysen. Abschied von Harry Potter. Research in Middle Level Education Nature 15 September , Christian Schmidt, Barbara Wotjak eds. Akten der gleichnamigen internationalen Arbeitstagung Leipzig, 4.

Romanistischer Verlag, , London Review of Books 17 February , Language and Dialogue 5: LIT, Wissenschaft aktuell - Theologie 5. Two problematic hypodiegetic narratives and some possible solutions. The Mathematical Gazette 87 , Reading versus Experience in Children's Fantasy. Harry Edwin Eiss ed. Children's Literature and Culture. Acta Iassyensia Comparationis 6 , A Narratological and Ideological Critique of J.? International Research in Children's Literature 3 , Florida Media Quarterly Mavis Reimer et al.

Seriality and Texts for Young People: The Compulsion to Repeat. Leben, Tod und Zauberstab. Auf theologischer Spurensuche in Harry Potter. Implizite Theologie als hermeneutisches Instrument zur Analyse aktueller Kinder- und Jugendliteratur. Cambridge Journal of Education Growing up with Harry Potter: What motivated youth to Read?

From mis-education to conflict mismanagement. Hoax, Parody, and Conservatism in Harry Potter. International Research in Children's Literature Zur Harry Potter Kontroverse. Reactions letters to the editor in vols. The Case of Harry Potter in Arabic. Making Stories Work in the Classroom. Trust, Friendship and Hogwarts Houses: An Ethnography of Harry Potter Fans. Partridge, Eric Christianson ed.

The Lure of the Dark Side: Satan and Western Demonology in Popular Culture. The Unauthorised Harry Potter Companion. Implications for Financial Service Professionals. Journal of Financial Service Professionals Conference Proceedings of Convention Alley. Die filmische Umsetzung der Harry Potter-Romane. Lessons from Harry Potter and Antonia Byatt. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 48 , Inspiration til at arbejde med Harry Potter og kristendommen.

The Case of the Harry Potter Series. Language and Literature Beatrix Potter to Harry Potter: Portraits of Children's Writers. A Guide to the Harry Potter Novels. Should They Both Be Banned? Der Rechte- und Lizenzhandel im Verlagswesen.

Lesefaszination und literarische Raum- und Figurenkonstellationen. Informationen zur Deutschdidaktik Att arbeta med fantasy i skolan. A study of the origin of evil and how it is portrayed in fantasy. The Occult in Folklore and Popular Culture. UP of Kentucky, The Boy Who Lived: Literaturwerkstatt zum Jugendbuch von Joanne K. Hintergrundforschung zum Kultbuch der Kinder- und Jugendliteratur.

Harry Potter och folksagan. Harry Potter en het magische erfgoed. De omgang met het verleden en erfgoed in de boeken en films van Harry Potter. Libertad digital , 16 June Harry Potter - venn eller fiende? Perspektiven des Buchmarketings - eine Untersuchung und ein konkretes Beispiel: Wettbewerb in Recht und Praxis Names and their translation into Finnish in the fantastic world of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Translating Consumption and Middle Class Identification. Harry Potter and magical capitalism in urban China. Chinese Journal of Communication 1: Harry Potter and the Transitions Group: Harry Potter, de Joanne K.

Quatre approches de la magie. Germanistik - Traditionspflege und neue Herausforderungen. Szeged Hungary , Faeries 13 Hiver Religion in der Kinder- und Jugendliteratur Contemporary Children's Fiction and its Adult Readership. Routledge, Children's Literature and Culture 57 , From Vindictus Viridian to Kosto Onsuloinen: Translation of personal names in 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'. The Relationship between J.

Rethinking Standards of Literary Merit. Farr, Cecilia Konchar ed. Wizard of Their Age: Critical Essays from the Harry Potter Generation. Farrahi Avval, Sahar [in progress]: A Very Harry Potter Halloween. Exploring the Magic World of Harry Potter: An Unauthorized Fact Book.

Magicians, muggles and good summer reading. Ukrainian Weekly , 27 July Ein Unterrichtsversuch am Beispiel von Joanne K. Rowlings "Harry Potter und der Stein der Weisen" in einer 3. Hamburg MA Thesis [Hausarbeit 2. School Library Journal Sept. Markus Altena Davidsen ed. The Religious Affordance of Supernatural Fiction. Journal of Contemporary Religion Muggles, Monsters and Magicians.

Harry Potter's Journey from English into French. Bringing the Young Reader into Play. New Voices in Translation Studies 2 , Ferniot, Christine et al.: Lire , Teaching Pre K-8 Environtmental and Social Ethics in Harry Potter.

Providing Acces to Information for Everyone: Zvezda 10 , Children's Film Viewing Practices: Phantastische Kinder- und Jugendliteratur zur Lesemotivation in der Grundschule.

Harry Potter and Convergence Culture: Essays on Fandom and the Expanding Potterverse. Lesley Mandel Morrow, Linda B. Gambrell, Michael Pressley eds. Best Practices in Literacy Instruction. Guilford Press, , Authentic Learning and the Study of Literature. Anthony Herrington, Jan Herrington eds.

Information Science Publishing, , Children's literature 40 , Harry Potter auf Arabisch. Authors, Fans, and Who Makes the Rules. From Genesis to Harry Potter. The Journal of Religion and Film Ambiguity in "Star Wars" and "Harry Potter". The fantasy of family in Harry Potter and Twilight. Hobbits and Harry in Interdisciplinary Courses. Fantasy Media in the Classroom: Words are Mightier than the Sword.

Wizards, Whishes, and Wonders. New Approaches to Film Genre. The Journal of Head and Face Pain Manual del aprendiz de mago. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education Frankel, Valerie Estelle ed. Teaching with Harry Potter: Harry Potter, Still Recruiting: Essays on narrative, character and sexuality in the BBC series.

Henry Potty and the Pet Rock. An Unauthorized Harry Potter Parody. Mit einem Beitrag von Prof. An Interview with J. Fraser, Lindsey et al.: Viel Zauber um Harry. Die Welt der Joanne K. Den nye dialog Victory in con text: The intersection of women, community, and literacy in young adult fantasy. Fantasy Media, Technology, and Nature in the 21st Century.

An Online Journal of Film Studies 14 Harry Potter und Kevin Kanin. Law in our lives: Translating the Harry Potter Phenomenon into Swedish. Swedish Book Review , suppl. Harry Potter and the overly long Commute: Trends in audio books. Praxis Schule , The Harry Potter phenomenon and your child.

Lime Grove House Publishing, Harry Potter - en filosofisk trollmann. Hawker Brownlow Education, Artes y Letras 8 La Colmena 94 , El caso de J.

Mitchell Lane, A real-life reader biography. An Interview with Michael F. Journal of Promotion Management Nouveaux cahiers d'allemand Journal of British Cinema and Television Friedbert Aspetsberger, Gerda E. Zu Lebensformen und -kulissen in der Gegenwartsliteratur. Gamweger, Philipp Werner Andre: Harry Potter and the Failure of the Fathers. Garbe, Christine et al.: Wie Kinder und Jugendliche mit alten und neuen Medien kommunizieren. Harry Potter and the world of wizards and dragons. Rowling y Harry Potter: Universidade de Vigo, The Literary Magic of Harry Potter.

Die unendliche Geschichte vom Raub der Fantasie. Die Zeit 11 A Study of Lord Voldemort: An Antagonist Character in Harry Potter. ISSN , Jakarta: The Moral and Spiritual Vision of J. Language as element and mirror of complexity in literature. An investigation into the construction of complexity in "Harry Potter", volumes 1 and 4. Harry Potter and the Construction of Family. Harry Potter im Schulunterricht. Die Politik in Harry Potter: Die Parallelen der deutschen Politik zwischen und und der deutschen Staatssicherheit mit dem Todesser-Regime.

GRIN, [Student paper]. Geimer, Corinna, et al.: Erich Schmidt, , Die Zukunft des Kinder- und Jugendbuches - nach Harry Potter gilt es, die neue Marktposition zu nutzen und wieder im klassischen Sinne auf die Autoren zu setzen. The Hero's Journey Through Adolescence: Myths and Symbols in J. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Rowling - Harry Potter Creator, finally telling Secrets. Time - Europe Journal of Humanistic Counseling Education and Development Reflections of a Lesbian Academic Couple.

Harrington Park, , Harry Potter and the Millennials: Research Methods and the Politics of the Muggle Generation. Language and Dialogue 3: The Magical World of Harry Potter: Transformative Works and Cultures 22 Published on 15 September Gissel, Norbert; Flemming, Silke: Quidditch in Deutsch und Sport. The eerie similarities between Harry Potter's politics and ours.

The American Prospect Online 22 August Moral Education and Harry Potter: Why do young readers find Harry Potter so compelling and moral education so often deadly dull?

Rowling's magical Harry Potter books have cast a spell on kids around the world. Harry Potter and the Reimagined Fairy Tale: The Birth of a Phenomenon: An Anglican Evangelical journal for theology and mission A misadventure in high-tech regulatory policy-and a Harry Potter fix. Collected Papers on Harry Potter, May The Business of Magic. Force et puissance de Harry. El caso de la esclavitud en la saga de Harry Potter. A Journal of Academic Labor 6: Global Literature, Education, and Feminism.

The Uncanny in "Harry Potter". Medien in den Fantasien von Kindern. Media and the Make-Believe Worlds of Children: Von Harry Potter und seiner Welt lernen. Wie man einen Fantasy-Bestseller schreibt. Books on Demand, Harry Potter Smart Talk: Brilliant PotterCast Conversations about J.

The Great Books behind the Hogwarts Adventure. The Deathly Hallows Lectures: How Harry cast his spell: Tyndale House Publishers, Five Keys for the Serious Reader. Looking for God in Harry Potter. The Hidden Key to Harry Potter: Who Killed Albus Dumbledore? Harry Potter and Tolkien's Rings.

Cannon Hill, Qld The exploits of a young wizard have enchanted kids and adults alike and brought a new kind of magic to children's literature.

Papers on Language and Literature Existentialism in Harry Potter. Harry Potters infantile Morphogenese. Emily Griesinger, Mark A. The gift of story: Narrating hope in a postmodern world.

Rowling and the Christian Debate. Christian Scholar's Review Narrating Hope in Children's Literature. Christianity and Literature Harry Potter, mein Weltbild und ich. Psychologische Analyse der Faszination von J. Englisch betrifft uns 4 , An examination text for a "Leistungskurs" Sekundarstufe II.

Listening to chapter one of "Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone" ab Klasse 9. Englisch betrifft uns 4 , 1. The Making of the Potterverse: Cratylic naming in Harry Potter and Dickens. The English Review Literary Allusion in Harry Potter.

Education and Knowledge in Recent Children's Fantasy. Guanio-Uluru, Lykke Harmony Alara: Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and J. Tutto quello che puoi imparare dal maghetto piu famoso nel mondo. La forza della vita. Itinerario per adolescenti in compagnia di "Harry Potter e il calice di fuoco". Paoline Editionale Libri, Viaggio nel mondo delle emozioni con "Harry Potter e il prigionero di Azkaban".

Itinerario per crescere in compagnia di "Harry Potter e la pietra filosofale". Mon pote Harry Potter. Rowling's The Deathly Hallows.

Brewer, Studies in Medievalism 23 , Implications for the Grammar-Pragmatics Interface. The Architecture of Focus.

Mouton de Gruyter, , Marinka Copier, Joost Raessens eds. On Digital Literature and Computer Games. Praxis Deutsch 27, H. The Story of a Global Business Phenomenon. Literarische Texte im Zugriff "schwieriger" Kinder und Jugendlicher. Von Peter Pan bis Harry Potter. Edition Martin Gold, Terror, Religion and the Hogwarts Syndrome. The Looking Glass Evangelische Kommentare zu Religion und Gesellschaft 1: Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak, Marek Oziewicz eds. Towards or Back to Human Values?

Spiritual and Moral Dimensions of Contemporary Fantasy. Gwilym, Stephen et al.: British Medical Journal , Nr. Rowling's Harry Potter Universe.

Kurt Franz, Franz-Joseph Payrhuber eds. Peterchen, Kai und andere kleine Helden. Klassiker der Kinder- und Jugendliteratur. Proverb use in the world of Harry Potter. The Journal of American Folklore , LA-Multimedia 3, Vidunderlig fortrylling in en avfortryllet verden.

Humanist forlag, , Grundschule Musik 47 , Kogan Page, , En utvidelse av det magiske universet. Morality and musical creativity in the Harry Potter fandom. The Journal of Fandom Studies 4: The Carnival Imagery of Harry Potter. Science Activities 39 Summer , Scholarly Studies in Harry Potter: Applying Academic Methods to a Popular Text.

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