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Hanks over the last decade, organized around the three central themes that have been emerged in his work: indexicality and referential practices; discourse genres and textuality; and the historical embeddedness of language. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Indexicality and Referential Practices Chapter 3 Extract from Referencial Practice: Language and Lived Space among the Maya 1990 Chapter 4 Metalanguage and Pragmatics of Deixis 1993 Part 5 Genre and Textuality Chapter 6 Authenticity and Ambivalence in the Text: A Colonial Maya Case 1986 Chapter 7 Discourse Genres in a Theory of Practice 1987 Chapter 8 Text and Texuality 1989 Part 9 Meaning in History Chapter 10 The Five Gourds of Memory 1993 Chapter 11 Copresence and Alterity in Maya Ritual Practice 1993 Chapter 12 Intertextuality of Space in Colonial Yucatan 1992 Chapter 13 Language and Discourse in Colonial Yucatan 1996 Over the past two decades, William Hanks has explored the dynamics of verbal interaction, and how speakers and listeners make meaning through language. Building upon a recent surge in scholarly interest in the Epodes, the volume goes one step further by looking beyond the collection itself to highlight the importance of intertext, context, and reception. This book brings together papers written by William F.

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In addition to the University of Chicago, he also held a faculty position at Northwestern University before receiving his chair at the University of California at Berkeley. This book brings together papers written over the last decade, organized around the three central themes that have been emerged in Hanks' work: indexicality and referential practices; discourse genres and textuality; and the historical embeddedness of language. Intertexts, Writings on Language, Utterance and Context. This book brings together papers organized around three central themes that have emerged in Hanks's work: indexicality and referential practices; discourse genres and textuality; and the historical embeddedness of language. Covering a wide range of topics including the iambic tradition and aspects of gender, it begins with a consideration of the influences of Greek iambic upon the Epodes and ends with a discussion on their reception during the seventeenth century and beyond.

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William F. Hanks

intertexts hanks william f

This collection of essays on the Epodes by new and established scholars seeks to overturn this work's ill-famed reputation and to reassert its place as a valid and valued member of Horace's literary corpus. Hanks earned his undergraduate degree from. As a whole, the book argues for rethinking the separation of reading and writing within the first-year writing classroom--for an expanded notion of reading that is based on finding and creating meaning from a variety of symbolic forms, not just print-based texts but also other forms, such as Web sites and visual images. Several of the papers originally appeared in journals and edited volumes abroad and appear here for the first time in English. This volume examines the Madame Butterfly narrative in a variety of cultural contexts - literary, musical, theatrical, cinematic, historical, and political.

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Intertexts: Writings on Language, Utterance, and Context

intertexts hanks william f

A student of Michael Silverstein, he received his Ph. With equal commitment to theory and empirical description, Hanks' writings combine analyses of linguistic form, speech processes, and sociocultural context. Hanks is an American linguist and anthropologist who has done influential work in linguistic anthropology describing the uses of deixis and indexicality in the Yucatec Maya language. He is also known for introducing the practice theory of Pierre Bourdieu to the study of communicative practices. The linguistic, ethnographic, and historical material through which Hanks argues his approach come from his field research among maya speakers in Yucatan, Mexico, and from archival work on the historical development of Maya discourse under Spanish colonial rule. . How they do so is the focus of this volume, which places Christine's work in the context of larger discussions about medieval authorship, identity, and categories of difference.

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William F. Hanks

intertexts hanks william f

The E-mail message field is required. In Rethinking Context, Language as an Interactive Phenomenon. Her texts constantly negotiate the hierarchical and repressive discourses of late medieval court culture. Hanks ya iku ahli saka pulo Rhode, , kalairan ing taun 1952. Intertexts: Reading Pedagogy in College Writing Classrooms theoretically and practically situates the teaching of reading as a common pedagogical practice in the college writing classroom.

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Together, they present the main elements of a coherent, synthetic approach to language in context. The E-mail message field is required. Several of the papers originally appeared in journals and edited volumes abroad and appear here for the first time in English. The linguistic, ethnographic, and historical material through which Hanks argues his approach comes from his field research among Maya speakers in Yucatan, Mexico, and from archival work on the historical development of Maya discourse under Spanish colonial rule. With equal commitment to theory and empirical description, Hanks' writings combine analyses of linguistic form, speech processes, and sociocultural context. Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Indexicality and Referential Practices Chapter 3 Extract from Referencial Practice: Language and Lived Space among the Maya 1990 Chapter 4 Metalanguage and Pragmatics of Deixis 1993 Part 5 Genre and Textuality Chapter 6 Authenticity and Ambivalence in the Text: A Colonial Maya Case 1986 Chapter 7 Discourse Genres in a Theory of Practice 1987 Chapter 8 Text and Texuality 1989 Part 9 Meaning in History Chapter 10 The Five Gourds of Memory 1993 Chapter 11 Copresence and Alterity in Maya Ritual Practice 1993 Chapter 12 Intertextuality of Space in Colonial Yucatan 1992 Chapter 13 Language and Discourse in Colonial Yucatan 1996.

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Intertexts: Writings on Language, Utterance, and Context

intertexts hanks william f

By focusing on the connections that can be drawn between the Epodes and other ancient works, as well as between the Epodes themselves, the volume will appeal to new and seasoned readers of the poems. The linguistic, ethnographic and historical material through which Hanks argues his approach comes from his field research among Maya speakers in Yucatan, Mexico, and from his archival work on the historical development of Maya discourse under Spanish colonial rule. Intertexts: Writings on Language, Utterance, and Context Over the past two decades, William Hanks has explored the dynamics of verbal interaction, and how speakers and listeners make meaning through language. Neither a history nor a summary of the field, Language and Communicative Practices is a critical synthesis of the dialectics of meaning that inform all language and speech. Together, they represent the main elements of a synthetic approach to language in context. Panlitian lapangan kang linakoni natรฉ ana ing wewengkon Oxkutzab, Yukatan taun 1977 lan Merida Yukatan taun 1993.

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Intertexts : writings on language, utterance, and context (eBook, 2000) [janagana.in]

intertexts hanks william f

His work is marked by a commitment to interdisciplinary research, Over the past two decades, William Hanks has explored the dynamics of verbal interaction, and how speakers and listeners make meaning through language. The chapter authors represent a range of cultural, personal, and rhetorical perspectives, including cultural studies, classical rhetoric, visual rhetoric, electronic literacy, reader response theory, creative writing, and critical theories of literature and literary criticism. With equal commitment to theory and empirical description, Hanks's writings combine analyses of linguistic form, speech processes, and sociocultural context. Pakaryan William fokus ing bab hubungan natara basa lan urip sosial sajroning linguistik lan antropologi. This book brings together papers written over the last decade, organized around the three central themes that have been emerged in Hanks' work: indexicality and referential practices; discourse genres and textuality; and the historical embeddedness of language. Description: v, 327 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Contents: Indexicality and Referential Practices -- Foundations of Indexical Context: Social Mediations of the Body -- Metalanguage and Pragmatics of Deixis -- Genre and Textuality -- Authenticity and Ambivalence in the Text: A Colonial Maya Case -- Discourse Genres in a Theory of Practice -- Text and Textuality -- The Five Gourds of Memory -- Meaning in History -- Copresence and Alterity in Maya Ritual Practice -- Intertexuality of Space in Yucatan -- Language and Discourse in Colonial Yucatan.

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