[KB] as long as the pipeline is open

Clarke Rountree rountrj at uah.edu
Mon Oct 16 16:10:30 EDT 2017


I noticed that Don also authored the entry on Bakhtin in the Encyclopedia
of Rhetoric and Composition. Good to know others are exploring these
relationships.

Clarke

On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 2:58 PM, David Blakesley <david.blakesley at gmail.com>
wrote:

> And how fortunate we are here at Clemson that Don will be paying a visit
> to my Bakhtin/Burke seminar next week!
>
> There are many points of overlap between Burke and Bakhtin, even though
> each is writing from a dramatically different context. Here's just one
> teaser, a passage from Bakhtin's essay "Author and Hero in Aesthetic
> Activity," that one my students pointed out (Whitney Jordan Adams) and
> that reminded me of KB's concepts of identification/division and
> constubstantiality:
>
> This other human being whom I am contemplating, I shall always see and
>> know something that he, from his place outside and over against me, cannot
>> see himself: parts of his body that are inaccessible to his own gaze (his
>> head, his face and its expression), the world behind his back…are
>> accessible to me but not to him. As we gaze at each other, two different
>> worlds are reflected in the pupils of our eyes…to annihilate this
>> difference completely, it would be necessary to merge into one, to become
>> one and the same person.
>>
>
>
>> This ever-present excess of my seeing, knowing and possessing in relation
>> to any other human being, is founded in the uniqueness and irreplaceability
>> of my place in the world (*Art and Answerability,* 23).
>
>
> What's interesting is that Bakhtin's perspectives on concepts like
> heteroglossia, dialogism, polyphony, and laughter help add texture to key
> Burkeian ideas like terministic screens, competitive-cooperation, the comic
> frame, identification, and more.
>
> We'll report back after Don's visit!
>
> Dave
>
>
>
> On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 1:52 PM, Kris Rutten <Kris.Rutten at ugent.be> wrote:
>
>> Dear colleagues,
>>
>> There is a paper by Don Bialostosky on Burke and Bakhtin in one of the
>> special issues of KB Journal that came out of the Burke conference in
>> Ghent: http://www.kbjournal.org/summer2015
>>
>> Kind regards,
>>
>> Kris
>>
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>>
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>>
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>> E: Kris.Rutten at ugent.be
>> W: http://www.cultureeducation.ugent.be/
>>
>>
>> > Op 16 okt. 2017, om 19:41 heeft Jack Selzer <jls25 at psu.edu> het
>> volgende geschreven:
>> >
>> > Don Bialostosky at Pitt has been all over the Burke/Bakhtin
>> correspondences. I don't have a citation handy, but if you write to Don,
>> he'll get back to you.
>> >
>> > Jack
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > Jack Selzer
>> > Paterno Family Liberal Arts Professor
>> > Department of English
>> > Penn State University
>> > 12 Burrowes Building
>> > University Park, PA  16802
>> > (814) 865-0251
>> > fax:  814-863-6834
>> > web:  www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/j/l/jls25/
>> > (this email is confidential; its contents should not be shared without
>> permission)
>> >
>> > From: "Stan Lindsay" <slindsa at yahoo.com>
>> > To: "Clarke Rountree" <rountrj at uah.edu>, kb at kbjournal.org
>> > Sent: Monday, October 16, 2017 1:35:14 PM
>> > Subject: Re: [KB] as long as the pipeline is open
>> >
>> > I have no matches for Bakhtin in my concordance.
>> >
>> > Dr. Stan A. Lindsay, Ph.D.
>> > Teaching Professor
>> > Professional Communication
>> > College of Applied Studies
>> > Florida State University
>> > slindsay at pc.fsu.edu
>> > http://www.stanlindsay.com
>> > http://www.lindsayDIS.COM
>> >
>> >
>> > From: Clarke Rountree <rountrj at uah.edu>
>> > To: "kb at kbjournal.org" <kb at kbjournal.org>
>> > Sent: Monday, October 16, 2017 12:54 PM
>> > Subject: [KB] as long as the pipeline is open
>> >
>> > While I have your ears with my prior anecdotal missive:
>> >
>> > I'm lecturing on Bakhtin in rhetorical theory today and I was struck by
>> how many of his ideas appear consonant with Burke's. I don't recall him
>> ever citing Bakhtin (maybe there weren't translations early enough). Has
>> anyone compared the two?
>> >
>> > Clarke
>> >
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