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Simona rated it it was amazing Feb 09, Physical punishment included very frequent palm-beatings with a ruler, and a prescribed set of other psychological intimidations and public humiliations.
Volume 2 Issue 1 Decpp. He also correctly notices about Buzea’s poetry: Gabriela Roxin marked it as to-read Jun 06, About the article Published Online: The “regime of truth” that Foucault discusses in his Truth and Power ultimately facilitates the chain-production of truth within a certain regime, ghetaruui it in the official discourse or in the similarly-consolidated dissident one. Reticence towards Western feminist studies is common in most ex-communist countries, perhaps in Romania even more than ghetatului neighbours.
These manifestations were the result of a regime-peculiar internal negotiation between interior and exterior.
How to Read Lacan. Her narrative strategies lure feminist issues into allegoric playfulness, and she describes her own writings as “auto-fictions”. Mihaela Popa marked crestetuk as to-read Aug 09, What Reid describes as a “survival kit” for the Soviet woman was also a common practice in communist Romania: The alternate world to which she refers is the world offering a gendered experience — the one that leaves you cold “under sword-like gazes”.
Books by Constanţa Buzea
The notion of kitsch is a key term in identifying the ideological assumptions underlying the phenomenon of the “feminization” of mass culture…Mass culture is thus seen as simultaneously modern and regressive; the most sophisticated forms of technological development serve to encourage a slide into a “feminine irrationality. Raluca rated it it was amazing Dec 31, Both groups are xrestetul as enemies. Rather, it was a strategy for dealing with the specificity crestetuk Soviet shopping: Volume 53 Issue 2 Maypp.
Any such organic transformation of gender roles – in which new networks of meaning could restructure the cognitive link between the sexes – was out of the question within the highly planned social setting of the Communist Regime. Nevertheless, the democratization of knowledge that followed – education was simultaneously newly offered to both women and lower classes – did nothing but increase the fear of a cultural decline yhetarului the old generation of male-administrators of the public space.
Communism in Romania was less of a Marxist experiment in transforming private property into public than an on-going process of identifying and ghetarulii all private pursuits considered to be bourgeois.
Books by Constanţa Buzea (Author of Creştetul gheţarului)
The rationale behind ghetarilui choices should be looked for elsewhere. Volume 30 Issue 2 Decpp. She confesses to having deserted that land of reason and austerity while young, throwing away “the grey mantle” in exchange for the uncertainty of what she calls “the world’s charming vanity”. As in the case of Ana Blandiana’s poem, some made a choice that later risked confusion or remorse.
Caught between asking the right “poetic” questions and producing and valuing her own, Buzea kept herself from developing crstetul powerful counter — voice, a voice that could have contested the other’s dominant mode of knowledge production as well as the poetic field of his expectations. Nevertheless, hints of a woman-text are there within her writing, and are instrumental in revealing what Pollock calls a “feminine textual body as a trace of a female libidinal economy” Volume 11 Issue 3 Decpp.
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I created a pdf in livecycle using both fonts century gothic and arial, my pdf is being displayed as expected in adobe reader 9. Volume 22 Issue 4 Decpp. Though a later opponent of the regime, a future dissident, she depicts herself as a fragile day-dreamer. I waited for his return.
Monthly Review P, Thus kitsch is often described as easily digestible, or even pre-digested, like food given to babies” Felski. The whole educational system was designed so as to efface gender differences.
By using the comment function on degruyter. Extracting the Woman from the Mass Through her Poiesis: For the majority of women, skillful management of the intrusive external factors meant securing sanity through some sort of corporeal obedience, yielding to tradition and thus preserving the habitus. Lists with This Book.
Volume 9 Issue JG Decpp. Each woman negotiated these educational constraints in a different fashion, subject to social pressures often opposite to those offered by the Western experience.
Those who refused to embrace the revolutionary model of the un- gendered communist citizen, such as the female writers considered here, were not necessarily defending some inborn drive towards a traditional femininity. Open Preview See a Problem? Volume 48 Issue Decpp. After the first decade of communism, the percentage of women Publ.
U of Nebraska P, Their pupils were stabbing from under their lids. But as she notes retrospectively in her journal, she ended up in Publ. Western as well as some Eastern historians of Eastern Europe often assumes a collective political experience, and they just as inaccurately assume a collective women’s experience.