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  1. Michel de Certeau: Interpretation and its Other.Jeremy Ahearne - 2013 - Polity.
    Since his death in 1986, Michel 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 psychoanalysis. This book represents the first full-length study of Certeau's thought. It is organized around the central theme of interpretation and alterity, which Ahearne uses to illuminate Certeau's work as a whole. The author also examines Certeau's (...)
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    Introduction: Bourdieu and the Literary Field.Jeremy Ahearne & John Speller - 2012 - Paragraph 35 (1):1-1.
    A rarely examined internal reading by Bourdieu at the end of The Rules of Art of William Faulkner's short story ‘A Rose for Emily’ provides the starting point for a reflection on Bourdieu's theories of reading and reflexivity. The article begins by looking at Bourdieu's theory of literary reception, and its identification of two distinct modalities of reading, ‘scholastic’ and ‘naive’. It then places Bourdieu's discussion of ‘A Rose for Emily’ as a ‘reflexive’ text in the context of his wider (...)
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    Michel De Certeau: Interpretation and its Other.Jeremy Ahearne - 1995 - Stanford University Press.
    This is the first book in any language to deal comprehensively with the work of Michel de Certeau, the author of one of the most important, influential, and diverse bodies of scholarship and cultural theory to emerge from Europe during the exciting decades after the late Sixties. It is designed as a guide to draw out, not only the exceptional range, but the overall coherence of his approach. The author focuses on Certeau's major writings: on contemporary French historiography, the writings (...)
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  4. Bourdieu and the Literary Field.Jeremy Ahearne & John Speller (eds.) - 2012 - Edinburgh University Press.
     
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  5. Fields and Fragments: Bourdieu, Pascal and the Teachings of Literature.Jeremy Ahearne - 2012 - Paragraph 35 (1):97-114.
    Literary pedagogy occupied a privileged place in Bourdieu's early work on education insofar as he saw it as exemplifying in unconscious mode socially segregational dynamics. Bourdieu's expressly ‘reductionist’ critique was uncannily mirrored, however, by the spread of more economically instrumental approaches to education. Bourdieu's engagement with these led him to develop a fuller apprehension of literature. Yet while the conceptual apparatus he developed can allow the genesis of a literary work in its socio-historical complexity to be grasped more fully, its (...)
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  6. The Shattering of Christianity and the Articulation of Belief.Jeremy Ahearne - 1996 - New Blackfriars 77 (909):493-504.
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