Power, Privilege, Testimony: Bakhtin’s Legacy in Discourses of Privilege in I, Rigoberta Menchú and ‘Pasión de historia.
Mikhail Bakhtin’s Heritage in Literature, Arts, and Psychology Art and Answerability Edited by Slav N. Gratchev and Howard Mancing - Contributions by Greg M. Nielsen; Michael Eskin; Margarita Marinova; Dick McCaw; Yelena Mazour-Matusevich; James Cresswell; Yumi Tanaka; Ricardo Castells; Victor Fet; Melissa Garr; Brian M. Phillips; Steven Mills; Michael E. Gardiner; Pablo José Carvajal Pedraza and Andres Hayes Art and Answerability, the work that would become Mikhail Bakhtin’s literary manifesto, was first published in Den Iskusstva (The Day of the Art) on September 13, 1919. Mikhail Bakhtin’s Heritage in Literature, Arts, and Psychology: Art and Answerability celebrates one hundred years of Bakhtin’s heritage. This unique book examines the heritage of Mikhail Bakhtinin a variety of disciplines.To articulate the enduring relevance and heritage of the varied works of Bakhtin, sixteen scholars from eight countries have come together, and each has brought his/her unique perspective to the subject. Bakhtin’s work in aesthetics, moral philosophy, linguistics, psychology, carnival, cognition, contextualism, and the history and theory of the novel are present here, as understood by a wide variety of distinguished scholars.
“Power, Privilege, Testimony: Bakhtin’s Legacy in Discourses of Privilege in I, Rigoberta Menchú and ‘Pasión de historia.’” Mikhail Bakhtin’s Heritage in Literature, Arts and Pscyhology: Art and Answerability. Slav Gratchev and Howard Mancing, eds. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2018. 179-195.