Worldmaking

Literature, language, culture

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| Victoria University
| The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy
| University of New South Wales
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In 1978, Nelson Goodman explored the relation of “worlds” to language and literature, formulating the term, “worldmaking” to suggest that many other worlds can as plausibly exist as the “world” we know right now. We cannot catch or know “the world” as such: all we can catch are the world versions - descriptions, views or workings of the world – that are expressed in symbolic systems (words, music, dancing, visual representations). Over the twenty-five years since then, creative works have played a crucial role in realigning, reshaping and renegotiating our understandings of how worlds can be made and preserved in the face of globalizing trends.

The volume is divided into three sections, each engaging with worlds as malleable constructs. Central to all of the contributions is the question: how can we understand the relationships between natural, political, cultural, fictional, literary, linguistic and virtual worlds, and why does this matter?
[FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures, 5]  2017.  xv, 235 pp.
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Table of Contents
Series editor’s preface
ix–x
Acknowledgements
xi–xii
Contributors
xiii–xvi
Worldmaking: An Introduction
Tom Clark, Emily Finlay and Philippa Kelly
1–12
Part I: Case Studies in Time: Towards a Poetics of Worldmaking
New worlds in Lanval and Sir Launfal
Jan Shaw
15–30
Women’s Worldmaking in the subtext of Malory’s Morte D’Arthur
Emma Knowles
31–40
Unsilencing Elizabeth Cary: Worldmaking in The Tragedy of Mariam, Fair Queen of Jewry
Elizabeth Schafer
41–54
The Wor(l)d-Making of Centenarian Poets: Mado Michio and Shibata Toyo
Tomoko Aoyama
55–66
All the Presidents’ poems: USA Presidents Quoting Poems in their Speeches since 1860
Sasha Henriss-Anderssen and Tom Clark
67–74
Part II: Reconfiguring Boundaries: Philosophy, Literature, and Worldmaking in the Arts
Of Private Selves and Public Morals: Rorty on Philosophy and Literature in Modernity
Tracy Llanera
77–86
My World or Yours? Otherness and the Construction of Culture: Hegel, Levinas, Blanchot
Emily Finlay
87–98
Earthing the World: The Artwork of Lorraine Connelly-Northey
Warwick Mules
99–106
Australian Indigenous Art and Literature
Sally Butler
107–116
Art, Detritus and Global Change
Allison Holland
117–132
The Sadness of the City: Reflections on Shanghai and Istanbul
Deborah Cain
133–144
Part III: Breaking Boundaries: Worldmaking and World Literatures
Katherine Mansfield and World Literature
Simon During
147–168
Creating the French world of the Channel Islands in "Note Viaer Lingo"
Peter Goodall
169–178
Geocriticism and fictional worlds of Jhumpa Lahiri and Kazuo Ishiguro
Cynthia F. Wong
179–188
Rethinking hybridity: Amputated Selves in Asian Diasporic Identity Formation
Emily Yu Zong
189–200
Humanitarian Scripts in the World Novel
Debjani Ganguly
201–214
Bibliography
215–228
Index
229–235
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