3 edition of Orality and Literature (American University Studies) found in the catalog.
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Walter J. Ong (30 November – 12 August ) was University Professor Emeritus at Saint Louis University, USA, where he was previously Professor of English and Professor of Humanities in Psychiatry. His many publications have been highly influential for studies in the evolution of consciousness. John Hartley is an educator, author, researcher and commentator on the history and Reviews: Ruth Finnegan’s Oral Literature in Africa was first published in , and since then has been widely praised as one of the most important books in its field. Based on years of fieldwork, the study traces the history of storytelling across the continent of Africa. This revised edition makes Finnegan’s ground-breaking research available to the next generation of scholars.
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Walter J. Ong (30 November – 12 August ) was University Professor Emeritus at Saint Louis University, USA, where he was previously Professor of English and Professor of Humanities in Psychiatry. His many publications have been highly influential for studies in the evolution of consciousness.
John Hartley is an educator, author, researcher and commentator on the history and Cited by: John Hartley: Before Ongism: "To become what we want to be, we have to decide what we were" Orality & Literacy: The Technologization Of The Word Introduction Part 1: The orality of language 1.
The literate mind and the oral past 2. Did you say ‘oral literature’. Part 2: The modern discovery of primary oral cultures 1. Early awareness of. Orality and Literacy (New Accents) Walter J. Ong This classic work explores the vast differences between oral and literate cultures offering a very clear account of the intellectual, literary and social effects of writing, print and electronic technology.
Between Orality and Literature: The Alida Folktale in Orality and Literature book Ombre’s Short Fiction “Fragments” to the point of parodying the traditional topoi and genres. This book is of interest to those wishing to reflect on the dynamics and conflicts in contemporary European rural culture.
Literature and Terrorism Comparative Perspectives Editors Author: Joy Smith. Orality and Literature book subject of this book is the differences between orality and literacy.
Or, rather, since readers of this or any book by definition are acquainted with literate culture from the inside, the subject is, first, thought and its verbal expression in oral culture, which is strange and at.
Orality vs. Literacy. April 3, April 5, by Alexandria Sanders. In Walter Ong’s Orality and Literacy, he noted the differences between literate and illiterate cultures. Ong emphasized speech being the primary and more vital language used as opposed to written texts.
In relation to literature, books and recordings aid us in a way. Ecuador’s Indigenous Cultures: Astride Orality and Literacy In: Oral Literature in the Digital Age: Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities [en ligne]. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, (généré le 27 avril ).
Book Description. Translating Chinese Art and Modern Literature examines issues in cross-cultural dialogue in connection with translation and modern Chinese art and literature from interdisciplinary perspectives.
This comprises the text-image dialogue in the context of Chinese modernity, and cross-cultural interaction between modern literature in Chinese and other literatures. Extensive references to recent scholarship on orality, literacy and the study of knowledge technologies, tracing changes in how we know what we know.
These illuminating essays contextualize Ong within recent intellectual history, and display his work’s continuing force in the ongoing study of the relationship between literature and the media.
Walter J. Ong I style the orality of a culture totally untouched by any knowledge or writing or print, 'primary orality.'It is 'primary' by contrast with the 'secondary orality' of present-day high-technology culture, in which a new orality is sustained by telephone, radio, television, and other electronic devices that depend for their existence and functioning on writing and print.
Walter Ong's book Orality and Literacy was a landmark in communication theory, articulating many of the central concerns of the Toronto School about the relationship between technologies of. The essays in Between Orality and Literacy address how oral and literature practices intersect as messages, texts, practices, and traditions move and change, because issues of orality and literacy are especially complex and significant when information is transmitted over wide expanses of time and space or adapted in new contexts.
Their topics range from Homer and Hesiod to the New Testament. 'Professor Ong has managed to synthesize an incredible amount of thought and at the same time has carried some of his earlier ideas still further.
Orality and Literacyshould become a classic. It is eminently assignable for undergraduate courses'- Professor John Ahern'No comparable work on this important subject exists.
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Ong. Buy a cheap copy of Orality and Literacy. The Tecnologizing book by Walter J. Ong. This classic work explores the vast differences between oral and literate cultures offering a very clear account of the intellectual, literary and social effects of Free shipping over $ The essays in this volume present new insights into the far-reaching influence of an early oral culture on subsequent development after the spread of literacy.
At the outset, revisionist essays on the Homeric epics examine such questions as historical memory, Homer's audience(s), descriptive strategies, ring-composition, and the status of orality as a constitutive feature of the epics. Orality - production and compilation of biblical literature, most importantly as it subtly theorizes and understands writing as an integral part of Israel's religious ritual, and in this the book of Jeremiah reflects an intentional literary organization and.
the text of. The book provides a useful springboard for think about this issue, but some of its claims feel extremely dated at this point: the 'dichotomy' of orality v. literacy is overplayed when in fact much of ancient Greek cultural output comes from the interplay between them; the treatment of orality in Homer is a little condescending; the irony of /5().
Writing from the perspective of the “new historicism” this collection of essays by Stock, a historian and scholar of comparative literature, examine constructions of orality and literacy in the thought and writings of the Middle Ages. Tannen, Deborah, ed.
Spoken and Written Language: Exploring Orality and Literacy. Advances in Discourse. This book is an essential resource for understanding the question of the Bible's relationship to orality. Susan Niditch offers a strong argument for the continuity of the literature of the Israelites.
She helps the modern reader look at the Bible as living words, breathing life into us daily, instead of seeing the text as a foregone artifact. Extensive references to recent scholarship on orality, literacy and the study of knowledge technologies, tracing changes in how we know what we know.
These illuminating essays contextualize Ong within recent intellectual history, and display his work’s continuing force in the ongoing study of the relationship between literature and the media.Whereas orality and literacy have often been placed in binary or teleological relationship to each other, the book analyzes modern and contemporary works of Korean literature through the lens of continuing orality to argue that Korean oral traditions such as p’ansori (epic dramatic storytelling) and sijo (lyric poetry) have flourished and.
Beyond Orality: Biblical Poetry on its Own Terms changes the debate by showing how biblical poetry has worked as a mirror, reflecting each era’s own self-image of verbal art. Yet Vayntrub also shows that this problem is rooted in a crucial pattern within the Bible itself: the texts we recognize as “poetry” are framed as powerful and.