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“What do walking, weaving, observing, singing, storytelling, drawing and writing have in common? The answer is that they all proceed along lines of one kind or another.” This is the first Q&A in Tim Ingold’s seminal Lines. A brief history (2007). In The Life of Lines, the sequel from 2015, he opposes lines and blobs and proceeds: “Life began when lines began to emerge and to escape the monopoly of blobs.” With its strange combination of anthropology, sociology, ecology, aesthetics and conceptual analysis, Ingold’s research is truly cross-disciplinary, and it has inspired research across the humanities. It is the ambition of this anthology to show why and how. The anthology contains a variety of articles, showing how comprehensive the theoretical range and analytical scope of Ingold’s concepts are. The area of the articles comprise different media – books, television, cinema and music – different genres, and different times ranging from Paradise Lost (1667) to current TV series. What all the articles have in common is the line as a key concept – and the urge of delineating the line, interpreting the consequences of following it, supplying it with the dotted line, the knots and networks, mazes and labyrinths. And to use the texts as a vehicle to explore the meaning and significance of the line.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagAalborg Universitetsforlag
UdgaveOA Edition
Antal sider177
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-87-7210-287-0
StatusUdgivet - 2020
NavnInterdisciplinære kulturstudier
ISSN1904-898X

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    De-colonizing New Orleans: Social Aid and Pleasure Club Second Lines

    Schoux Casey, C., 2020, Life after lines: Tim Ingold across the humanities. Agger, G., Christensen, J. R., Graham, B. R., Jensen, M., Kirk, J. & Sørensen, B. (red.). 1. OA edition udg. Aalborg Universitetsforlag, s. 99-122 (Interdisciplinære kulturstudier).

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    Ingold's Lines and Narrative Structures: From Tristram Shandy to Game of Thrones

    Christensen, J. R., 3 mar. 2020, Life after lines: Tim Ingold across the humanities. Agger, G., Christensen, J. R., Graham, B. R., Jensen, M., Kirk, J. & Sørensen, B. (red.). 1. OA edition udg. Aalborg, Danmark: Aalborg Universitetsforlag, s. 39-66 26 s. (Interdisciplinære kulturstudier).

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    Agger, G. M., Christensen, J. R., & Kirk, J. (red.) (2020). Life after lines: Tim Ingold across the humanities. (OA Edition udg.) Aalborg Universitetsforlag. Interdisciplinære kulturstudier