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Title: Hacia una sociología de la literatura descentralizada: Notas y comentarios a la teoría bourdieusiana desde la periferia
Other Titles: Towards a Decentered Sociology of Literature: Notes and Comments to Bourdieusian Theory from the Periphery
Author: Kvirikashvili Chitishvili, Ana
Carbó Catalan, Elisabet
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: literary field
Bourdieu
periphery
autonomy
heteronomy
politics
market
Issue Date: 29-Jan-2022
Publisher: Theory Now. Journal of Literature, Critique, and Thought
Citation: Carbó Catalan, E. & Kvirikashvili Chitishvili, A. (2022). Hacia una sociología de la literatura descentralizada: Notas y comentarios a la teoría bourdieusiana desde la periferia. Theory Now. Journal of Literature, Critique, and Thought, 5(1), 142-165. doi: 10.30827/tn.v5i1.22590
Published in: 5;1
Project identifier: info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/ERC/H2020/803860
info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/FUOC
Also see: https://doi.org/10.30827/tn.v5i1.22590
Abstract: This paper draws from the international circulation of the concepts and theory developed by Pierre Bourdieu to reexamine, from a literary perspective, the notion of autonomy, given the multiple objections and challenges that appear when approaching peripheral literary fields. We argue that in a significant variety of historical and geographical contexts, the heteronomous factor, be it political or economic, permeates the functioning of the literary field in a decisive way. As illustrated through some examples from Soviet and Latin American literature, there is a need to refine the categories used to think the literary field and its relations to other fields of activity, other national literary fields and different scales. To that end, we delve into some recent proposals formulated to (re)define the key notions of field theory. From here, we hint at more flexible uses of the theory that would allow its application to different geographical contexts and new scales of analysis in order to develop the modelization of field variation.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/145550
ISSN: 2605-2822MIAR
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