Writing politics : studies in compositional method / Michael J. Shapiro.  (Text) (Text)

Shapiro, Michael J
Call no.: JA86 .S534 2021Publication: New York, N.Y. : Routledge, 2021Description: 189 p. : illISBN: 9780367707286 (paperback); 0367707284 (paperback); 9780367701628 (hardback); 0367701626 (hardback)Subject(s): Political science -- AuthorshipLOC classification: JA86 | .S534 2021
Contents:Introduction: Epistemology and Style -- 1. A War of Words: Edna O’Brien’s Little Red Chairs -- 2. Scripting Mentality -- 3. Scripting ‘America’ -- 4. Czech Connections: Scripting the Epicenter of the Holocaust -- 5. Inventing Assassins -- Epilogue -- Index.
Summary: "Writing Politics is a methods book designed to instruct on politically focused literary inquiry. Exploring the political sensibilities that arise from the way literary fiction re-textualizes historical periods and events, the book features a series of violence-themed inquiries that emphasize forms of writing as the vehicles for politically attuned historiography. Each investigation treats the way the literary genre, within historiographic metafiction, enables political inquiry. It's a form of writing that inter-articulates history and fiction to rework a textual past and unsettle dominant understandings of events and situations. Central to the diverse chapter are fictional treatments of authoritarian, fascist, or zealous mentalities. Featured, for example, are Radovan Karadzic (the architect of the Bosnian genocide), Reinhard Heydrich (the architect of the Holocaust's "final solution"), and the Trotsky assassin Ramon Mercader. Michael J. Shapiro has produced another original and sophisticated bookshelf staple; the only contemporary investigation in Political Studies that instructs on method in this way"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Epistemology and Style -- 1. A War of Words: Edna O’Brien’s Little Red Chairs -- 2. Scripting Mentality -- 3. Scripting ‘America’ -- 4. Czech Connections: Scripting the Epicenter of the Holocaust -- 5. Inventing Assassins -- Epilogue -- Index.

"Writing Politics is a methods book designed to instruct on politically focused literary inquiry. Exploring the political sensibilities that arise from the way literary fiction re-textualizes historical periods and events, the book features a series of violence-themed inquiries that emphasize forms of writing as the vehicles for politically attuned historiography. Each investigation treats the way the literary genre, within historiographic metafiction, enables political inquiry. It's a form of writing that inter-articulates history and fiction to rework a textual past and unsettle dominant understandings of events and situations. Central to the diverse chapter are fictional treatments of authoritarian, fascist, or zealous mentalities. Featured, for example, are Radovan Karadzic (the architect of the Bosnian genocide), Reinhard Heydrich (the architect of the Holocaust's "final solution"), and the Trotsky assassin Ramon Mercader. Michael J. Shapiro has produced another original and sophisticated bookshelf staple; the only contemporary investigation in Political Studies that instructs on method in this way"--

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