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Alan Nadel provides a unique analysis of the rise of American postmodernism by viewing it as a breakdown in Cold War cultural narratives of containment. These narratives, which embodied an American postwar foreign policy charged with checking the spread of Communism, also operated, Nadel argues, within a wide spectrum of cultural life in the United States to contain atomic secrets, sexual license, gender roles, nuclear energy, and artistic expression. Because these narratives were deployed in films, books, and magazines at a time when American culture was for the first time able to dominate global entertainment and capitalize on global production, containment became one of the most widely disseminated and highly privileged national narratives in history. Examining a broad sweep of American culture, from the work of George Kennan to Playboy Magazine, from the movies of Doris Day and Walt Disney to those of Cecil B. DeMille and Alfred Hitchcock, from James Bond to Holden Caulfield, Nadel discloses the remarkable pervasiveness of the containment narrative. Drawing subtly on insights provided by contemporary theorists, including Baudrillard, Foucault, Jameson, Sedgwick, Certeau, and Hayden White, he situates the rhetoric of the Cold War within a gendered narrative powered by the unspoken potency of the atom. He then traces the breakdown of this discourse of containment through such events as the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley, and ties its collapse to the onset of American postmodernism, typified by works such as Catch?22 and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence. An important work of cultural criticism, Containment Culture links atomic power with postmodernism and postwar politics, and shows how a multifarious national policy can become part of a nation's cultural agenda and a source of meaning for its citizenry. Books, [PU: Duke University Press]

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Alan Nadel provides a unique analysis of the rise of American postmodernism by viewing it as a breakdown in Cold War cultural narratives of containment. These narratives, which embodied an American postwar foreign policy charged with checking the spread of Communism, also operated, Nadel argues, within a wide spectrum of cultural life in the United States to contain atomic secrets, sexual license, gender roles, nuclear energy, and artistic expression. Because these narratives were deployed in films, books, and magazines at a time when American culture was for the first time able to dominate global entertainment and capitalize on global production, containment became one of the most widely disseminated and highly privileged national narratives in history. Examining a broad sweep of American culture, from the work of George Kennan to Playboy Magazine , from the movies of Doris Day and Walt Disney to those of Cecil B. DeMille and Alfred Hitchcock, from James Bond to Holden Caulfield, Nadel discloses the remarkable pervasiveness of the containment narrative. Drawing subtly on insights provided by contemporary theorists, including Baudrillard, Foucault, Jameson, Sedgwick, Certeau, and Hayden White, he situates the rhetoric of the Cold War within a gendered narrative powered by the unspoken potency of the atom. He then traces the breakdown of this discourse of containment through such events as the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley, and ties its collapse 20th century,americas,anthropology,cultural,history,history and criticism,literature and fiction,modern (16th-21st centuries),movements and periods,politics and social sciences Politics & Social Sciences, Duke University Press

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Durham & London: Duke Univ Press, 1995. xiii, + 332pp., intext b/white halftone plate illustrations. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Former owner's details on half-title page, otherwise leaves clean. Illustrated, gloss card wrapper splayed and edgeworn, plus an area of biopredation at edge of plain inner front. " . . . a unique analysis of the rise of American postmodernism . . . " Contents, in chaptered 'parts', include: Prelims., Intro., Straight Story and the Dual Nature, Containment Culture, Double or Nothing, Two Nations Too, Coda Democracy, Conclusion, Notes, Biblio., Index. Book weight approx. 600g.. First Thus. Softcover. Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Duke Univ Press, 1995

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"We are just beginning to grasp the extent to which U. S. culture of the past fifty years has been dominated and guided by Cold War paradigms. "Containment Culture" will add significantly to that growing body of scholarship."-- Barbara Foley, Rutgers University

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Erscheinungsjahr: 1995
Herausgeber: DUKE UNIV PR
352 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,576 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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