The Iconoclastic Imagination

The Iconoclastic Imagination Bloody, Fiery Spectacles The Challenger Disaster,, JFK S Assassination Have Given Us Moments Of Catastrophe That Make It Easy To Answer The Where Were You When Question And Shape Our Ways Of Seeing What Came Before And After Why Are These Spectacles So Packed With Meaning In The Iconoclastic Imagination, Ned O Gorman Approaches Each Of These Moments As An Image Of Icon Destruction That Give Us Distinct Ways To Imagine Social Existence In American Life He Argues That The Cold War Gave Rise To Crises In Political, Aesthetic, And Political Aesthetic Representations Locating All Of These Crises Within A Neoliberal Imaginary, O Gorman Explains That Since The Kennedy Assassination, The Most Powerful Way To See America Has Been In The Destruction Of Representative American Symbols Or Icons This, In Turn, Has Profound Implications For A Neoliberal Economy, Social Philosophy, And Public Policy Richly Interwoven With Philosophical, Theological, And Rhetorical Traditions, The Book Offers A New Foundation For A Complex And Innovative Approach To Studying Cold War America, Political Theory, And Visual Culture

Edward Charles O Gorman was born on September 26, 1929 in New York City He spent most of his early life in Southport, Connecticut, and Bradford, Vermont In 1950, he graduated from St Michael s College in Vermont and later received an M.A from Columbia University.His poetry earned him Guggenheim Fellowships in 1956 and 1962 and in 1958 he won the Lamont Poetry Award for his collection of poems,

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Iconoclastic Imagination
  • Ned O'Gorman
  • 10 September 2019
  • 9780226310237

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