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" Far from being grounded in a mere "recovery" of the past, which is waiting to be found, and which, when found, will secure our sense of ourselves into eternity, identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position... "
Social Justice, Education, and Identity - Page 5
edited by - 2003 - 227 pages
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Black American Cinema

Manthia Diawara - 1993 - 324 pages
..."cultural identities come from somewhere, have histories." In a rather nice formulation, he writes that "identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past." There's a certain reciprocity here that I want to hold on to. It says...
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Fear of a Queer Planet: Queer Politics and Social Theory

Michael Warner - 1993 - 334 pages
..."cultural identities come from somewhere, have histories." In a rather nice formulation, he writes that "identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past." There is a certain reciprocity here I want to hold on to. It says...
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Invented Moralities: Sexual Values in an Age of Uncertainty

Jeffrey Weeks - 1995 - 209 pages
...with some sort of history, an 'imaginary reunification', in Stuart Hall's phrase, of past and present: 'identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned, and position ourselves, in the narratives of the past' (quoted in Gates 1993, p. 231). The challenge...
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Inventing Lesbian Cultures in America

Ellen Lewin - 1996 - 232 pages
...155-169. 32 Ann Cvetkovich, "The Powers of Seeing and Being Seen," 158. 33 Stuart Hall reminds us: "Identities are the names we give to the different...are positioned by and position ourselves within the narrative of the past"; from "Cultural Identity and Diaspora," in Identity: Community, Culture, Difference,...
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African-American Perspectives and Philosophical Traditions

John Pittman - 1997 - 296 pages
...ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves within, the narratives of the past."74 I would add, identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by/position ourselves, recurrently, within narrations of the past, the present, and anticipated or...
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Gender in the Civil Rights Movement

Peter J. Ling, Sharon Monteith - 1999 - 276 pages
...replaced by the retributive, loveless and regressive masculinity of gangsta. Stuart Hall suggests that "identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by and position ourselves in the narratives of the past."8 I want to pursue this idea by exploring the ways in which music serves...
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We are a People: Narrative and Multiplicity in Constructing Ethnic Identity

Professor Paul Spickard - 2000 - 257 pages
...genealogy, is a powerful tool in the search to unlock the meaning of ethnicity. As Stuart Hall informs us, "identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past."21 So, too, the other main contentions of this volume — that ethnicity...
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African Americans and the Bible: Sacred Texts and Social Structures

Vincent L. Wimbush - 2001 - 896 pages
...Cultural theorist Stuart Hall noted that cultural identities have histories; and in fact, he wrote, they are "the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past."9 According to Hall's description, both internal and external forces...
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Colonizer and Colonized

International Comparative Literature Association. Congress, Association internationale de littérature comparée. Congrès - 2000 - 643 pages
...waising to be found, and which, when found, will secure our sense of ourselves into eternity, identisies are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position oureelves within, the narratives of the past". Cf Hall (1996). "(The past) is always constructed through...
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Flight from Certainty: The Dilemma of Identity and Exile

Anne Luyat, Francine Tolron - 2001 - 254 pages
...which is waiting to be found, and which when found, will secure our sense of ourselves into eternity, identities are the names we give to the different ways we are ptmtioned by, and position ourselves within, the narratives of the past. Stuart Hall, Cultural Identity...
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