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APPIGNANESI, R.: Introducing Postmodernism (Abridged)

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Postmodernism seemed to promise an end to the grim Cold War era of nuclear confrontation and oppressive ideologies. The notoriously proclaimed ‘end of history’, the triumph of liberal democracy over Communist tyranny, proved to be an illusion, and we awoke in the anxious grip of globalization, unpredictable terrorism and unforeseen war. Has the twenty-first century resolved the question of postmodernism or are we more than ever ensnared in its perplexities? Recorded in association with Icon Books.



Disc 1

  Introducing Postmodernism
1.   Play with flash player What is postmodernism 00:02:38
2.   Play with flash player I'm Richard Appignanesi 00:01:46
3.   Play with flash player Is what we produce always ahead of what we think 00:02:05
4.   Play with flash player The end of realism 00:02:16
5.   Play with flash player The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction 00:01:26
6.   Play with flash player Jean - Francois Lyotard 00:03:41
7.   Play with flash player Abstract impressionism 00:02:14
8.   Play with flash player Pop art 00:03:09
9.   Play with flash player Anti - modernism 00:02:13
10.   Play with flash player Andrew Brighton of the Tate 00:02:49
11.   Play with flash player The Louvre 00:03:11
12.   Play with flash player Jean Baudrillard 00:03:48
13.   Play with flash player Metaphor and metonymy 00:03:43
14.   Play with flash player Making sense of the world through binary 00:01:17
15.   Play with flash player Roland Barthes 00:02:20
16.   Play with flash player The death of the author 00:03:28
17.   Play with flash player Text and context 00:01:05
18.   Play with flash player Jacques Derrida 00:02:51
19.   Play with flash player Michel Foucault 00:02:27
20.   Play with flash player Picasso's "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" 00:01:24
21.   Play with flash player Power is positive 00:01:29
22.   Play with flash player Jacques Lacan 00:02:45
23.   Play with flash player Postmodern feminism 00:02:02
24.   Play with flash player Julia Kristeva 00:01:44
25.   Play with flash player Michele Roberts 00:01:29
26.   Play with flash player Postmodernism and emancipation 00:03:07


Disc 2

  Introducing Postmodernism
1.   Play with flash player Knowing the mind of God 00:02:28
2.   Play with flash player The anthropic principle 00:01:57
3.   Play with flash player Postmodern history 00:02:57
4.   Play with flash player Postmodern architecture 00:02:59
5.   Play with flash player Achieving pluralism with a computer 00:01:43
6.   Play with flash player Holocaust tourism 00:02:20
7.   Play with flash player Welcome to Cyberia 00:03:08
8.   Play with flash player Trainers are simulacra 00:02:19
9.   Play with flash player There is no ultimate truth 00:02:19
10.   Play with flash player Marx and capitalist production 00:02:27
11.   Play with flash player Benetton poster campaign 00:02:33
12.   Play with flash player Karaoke and copycat postmodernism 00:02:36
13.   Play with flash player You have 20 seconds to comply 00:03:06
14.   Play with flash player Movement at a standstill 00:02:40
15.   Play with flash player Doubt 00:02:16
16.   Play with flash player Professor Ziauddin Sardar 00:03:32
17.   Play with flash player Does postmodern traffic just go one way 00:02:14
18.   Play with flash player Appropriation of the Third World 00:02:13
19.   Play with flash player Postmodernism's future in the Third World 00:04:05
20.   Play with flash player The last man 00:03:25
21.   Play with flash player Rethinking the Enlightenment 00:02:09

Total Playing Time: 01:57:53






Author(s):
Appignanesi, Richard

Reader(s):
Appignanesi, Richard; Curry, Patrick; Sardar, Ziauddin

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Non-Fiction

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: NA236312

Barcode: 9789626343630

Release Date: 02/2005

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