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Applied Grammatology


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Table of Contents

Part I. Beyond Deconstruction: Derrida
Chapter 1. Grammatology
Chapter 2. Theoria
Chapter 3. Mnemonics
Chapter 4. Models
Chapter 5. Speculation
Part II. Post(e)-Pedagogy
Chapter 6. The Scene of Teaching
Chapter 7. Seminar: Jacques Lacan
Chapter 8. Performance: Joseph Beuys
Chapter 9. Film: Sergei Eisenstein

About the Author

Gregory L. Ulmer is an associate professor of English at the University of Florida.


Gregory Ulmer has written a very important book, one that deserves to be widely read and discussed. Applied Grammatology is a rich mine of observations and hypotheses.
-Clayton Koelb, Comparitive Literature Studies
Gregory Ulmer's Applied Grammatology is an extremely well-written study of Derridean thought and is particularily informative in its discussion of those aspects of Derrida's rather large oevre that have for the most part been overlooked.
He has taken matters boldly in hand and dared to raise the difficult question of 'Application' in a remarkably clear style.
-James Creech, Degre Second
It is an ambitious book, seeking nothing less than to take the first steps in a program of change so radical as to seem unreceivable as pedagogy. But Gregory Ulmer's knowledge of the field is unusually wide and convincing and his vision of this new science exceptionally exciting.
-Louis A. Cellucci, American Society for Aesthetics

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