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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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Race-ing Art History: Critical Readings in Race and Art History

Kymberly N. Pinder - 2002 - 413 pages
...untroubled social relation. But according to Fanon the two zones are opposed. If, as Stuart Hall suggested, "identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past," what happens when suddenly the "narratives of white representation...
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The Quest for Community and Identity: Critical Essays in Africana Social ...

Robert E. Birt - 2002 - 291 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 positioned by, and position ourselves with, the narratives of the past.27 Although I endorse Hall's construal of postmodern identity, I do...
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Identity Matters: Schooling the Student Body in Academic Discourse

Donna LeCourt - 2012 - 255 pages
...material history to that discourse that is inseparable from body. As Stuart Hall puts it so succinctly, "identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past" (qtd. in Gates xiv). Part of that positioning is physical. Skin corporeally...
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China’s New Nationalism: Pride, Politics, and Diplomacy

Peter Hays Gries - 2004 - 224 pages
...storied nature of social life provides our identities with meaning. "Identities," Stuart Hall notes, "are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past."" Hall's "positioned by, and position ourselves in" nicely captures...
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The SAGE Handbook of Nations and Nationalism

Gerard Delanty, Krishan Kumar, Professor Gerard Delanty - 2006 - 577 pages
...nature of social life, in short, infuses our identities with meaning. 'Identities,' Stuart Hall notes, 'are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past' (see Olick and Robbins 1998: 122). Following Elie Kedourie (1993 [I960]:...
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China's Transformations: The Stories Beyond the Headlines

Lionel M. Jensen, Timothy B. Weston - 2007 - 334 pages
...nature of social life, in short, infuses our identities with meaning. "Identities," Stuart Hall notes, "are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past." See Anthony Giddens, Modernity and Self-Identity: Self and Society...
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The Social Effects of Native Title: Recognition, Translation, Coexistence

Benjamin Richard Smith, Frances Morphy - 2007 - 223 pages
...of the person' per se. The sociologist Stuart Hall writes, however, that identities are themselves 'the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past' (quoted without citation in Huyssen 1995: 1). In other words, identities...
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Postnational Musical Identities: Cultural Production, Distribution, and ...

Ignacio Corona, Alejandro L. Madrid - 2008 - 240 pages
...Viana calls "the mystery of samba." As H. Gates has observed "Identities are things we make up ... the names we give to the different ways we are positioned by, and position ourselves in, the narratives of the past;"5 I thus put in historical perspective two narratives of the Brazilian...
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Sexualities and Communication in Everyday Life: A Reader

Karen E. Lovaas, Mercilee M. Jenkins - 2007 - 327 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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Reizende sekswerkers: Latijns-Amerikaanse vrouwen in de Europese prostitutie

2007 - 231 pages
...dan doe je één van de t\i>ee dingen: drugs of dat andere, de prostitutie..." (Angelica, 2003)' "... identities are the names we give to the different ways we are positioned hy, and position ourselves within the narratives of the past" (Hall, 1990). 2.1 Inleiding Er is nog...
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