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Nordamerikastudien: Rereading the Machine in the Garden - Nature and Technology in American Culture
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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Campus Verlag], KURZE BESCHREIBUNG/ANMERKUNGEN: Nordamerikastudien "The Machine in the Garden" gilt als Gründungstext der Amerikastudien als wissenschaftliche Disziplin. Die Beiträger des Sammelbands unterziehen das dort proklamierte Spannungsverhältnis zwischen Natur und Technik einer Relektüre. Sie untersuchen industrielle, bürokratische und digitale "Gärten" in Film und Literatur und beleuchten deren Funktion vor verschiedenen kulturhistorischen Hintergründen. INHALT: Contents Introduction: Rereading The Machine in the Garden Eric Erbacher, Nicole Maruo-Schröder, Florian Sedlmeier7 The Politics of Imaging the Machine in the Garden in Antebellum Factory Literature Katja Kanzler42 Eden Refound(ed): Post Civil War Literary Gardening Kirsten Twelbeck58 The Dinosaur in the Garden: From Walden Pond to Jurassic Park Susanne Hamscha77 Rural Electrification plus Government Power: Leo Marx, the Materialist Dialectic, and Power and the Land Marlon Lieber101 Putting Machines into Gardens: Walter De Maria's Lighning Fields, Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty and the Pastoral Imagination Laura Bieger121 The Machine in the Indigenous Garden: Leslie Marmon Silko's Garden in the Dunes Christa Grewe-Volpp148 Small Town Love on the Big Screen: The Trope of the Machine in the Garden in Hollywood Romantic Comedies Klara Stephanie Szlezák167 The Garden in the Machine: Myth and Symbol in the Digital Age Dietmar Meinel190 The Neoliberal Machine in the Bureaucratic Garden: Pastoral States of Mind in David Foster Wallace's The Pale King James Dorson211 Epilogue: Politics and Culture in The Machine in the Garden Alan Trachtenberg231 Notes on Contributors235 Index240 AUSZUG AUS DEM BUCH: Introduction: Rereading The Machine in the Garden Eric Erbacher, Nicole Maruo-Schröder, Florian Sedlmeier Marking an anniversary, such as the fiftieth of the publication of Leo Marx's The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America (1964), one creates and singles out an event, suggesting a need to return to this event and to reassess its implications for past, present, and future conditions. In this sense, the notion of an anniversary carries the connotations of both a celebration and a re-envisioning. In and of itself, however, the marking of an anniversary does not necessitate a critical reexamination. After all, one could leave the respectful tone of the anniversary and easily dismiss Marx's study as a relic of bygone times, guilty of a range of inadequacies that subsequent critics have exposed in a plethora of articles and books. Similar to other representatives of what Bruce Kuklick (1972) labeled the "Myth and Symbol School," Marx has been charged with participating in the tale of American exceptionalism that continues to haunt American Studies, a tale grounded in the sermons of John Winthrop, the political rhetoric of Thomas Jefferson, and others with rearticulating the belief in a holistic national ideal with glossing over discourses of difference and with not systematically accounting for their effects on the societal fabric and with foreclosing the possibilities of the recently fashionable and reactivated transnational approaches. These political objections are sometimes complemented by a critique of the philosophical underpinnings of Marx's argument, most notably of what Kuklick identified as its pervasive humanism and its supposed indebtedness to Cartesian thought, i.e. its marked separation of thought and the material. And they find their aesthetic equivalent in the critique of an understanding of the arts and literature that is regarded as suspicious because it positions the declared masterpieces of the American Renaissance and modernism as privileged objects of study and because it conceives of these texts as being structured according to a single master trope: the machine in the garden. In order to substantiate his claim, critics have argued, Marx not simply ignores a large number of texts (both popular and 'high literary' ones) John Lark Bryant criticizes him for deploying "extravagant argumentation" (1975, 68) in his readings of Renaissance masterpieces to position the machine in the garden as the one tropology that best describes America. The validity of many of these arguments depends, of course, on the degree and mode of historicizing them, i.e. on examining them for the ideologies they necessarily contain. And if we seek to legitimize this volume by marking not just The Machine in the Garden's anniversary but also its continuing significance, we inevitably engage in modes of historicizing as well. The well-known charges just sketched are indicative of the narrative of a generational shift from Americanists to New Americanists, a term coined by Frederick Crews. This shift manifests itself, among others, in a changing understanding of the political function of scholarship, in a different conception of scholarly argumentation and writing, and in the emergence of theory. Against this backdrop, the present collection of essays reexamines The Machine in the Garden on two basic grounds. First, the volume, and this introductory essay in particular, aim at historicizing the study by redirecting the well-known and necessary critiques of the New Americanists, informed by cultural studies, gender studies, new historicism, ethnic studies, and poststructuralist theory. Such a task of historicizing is not least suggested by Marx himself, who, challenged by other scholars, reevaluated his own and his generation's positions in the changing field of American Studies, defending, expanding, and refining his initial argument in a series of articles, some of which are included in, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, H: 218mm, B: 146mm, T: 22mm, [GW: 315g]

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This book reexamines the trope of the machine in the garden first laid out in one of the founding texts of American studies by Leo Marx fifty years ago. The contributors to this volume explore the lasting influence of this concept on American culture and the arts, rereading it as a dialectic wherein nature is as much technologized as technology is naturalized. Extending the relevance of Marx’s theory from the nineteenth to twenty-first centuries, they examine filmic and literary representations of industrial, bureaucratic, and digital gardens; explore its role in the aftermath of the Civil War and of rural electrification during the New Deal; its significance in landscape art as well as in ethnic literatures; and discuss the historical premises and continued impact of Leo Marx’s groundbreaking study. Books, Fiction and Literature, Rereading The Machine In The Garden: Nature And Technology In American Culture Books>Fiction and Literature, Campus Verlag

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kartoniert 246 S. Karton 'The Machine in the Garden' gilt als Gründungstext der Amerikastudien als wissenschaftliche Disziplin. Die Beiträger des Sammelbands unterziehen das dort proklamierte Spannungsverhältnis zwischen Natur und Technik einer Relektüre. Sie untersuchen industrielle, bürokratische und digitale 'Gärten' in Film und Literatur und beleuchten deren Funktion vor verschiedenen kulturhistorischen Hintergründen. ISBN 9783593501918 Marx, Leo, Machine in the Garden, Wirkung, Gründungsfigur, Technologie, Gründungstopos, Rezeptionsgeschichte, Gründungstext Nordamerikastudien, :Natur, mit Schutzumschlag neu, [PU:Campus,]

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