Thursday, September 27, 2007

Archive Series: Locus #13

The end of the Locus series.

Title: Notes

Goode, Blakespotting PMLA 121.3

"Deconstruction teaches us that it is beside the point to speak about taking combinations of words in or out of context b/c language is always already reiterated" (Limited, Inc. 7-8)

Tony Bennett: study "reading formulations": "set of discursive and intertextual determinations that organzie and animate the practice of reading, connecting texts and readers as reading subjects of particular types and texts as objects to be read in particular ways" (Reception Study (comp66)

Wai-Chee Dimmock: texts are "activate and to some extent constituted by the passage of time"

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