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EDWARD W. SAID (1935 - 2003)

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  • Anthologies:

    • Humanism and Democratic Criticism.  New York: Columbia UP, 2004.
    • Parallels and Paradoxes: Explorations in Music and Society.  by Said and Daniel Barenboim.  New York; Vintage, 2004.
    • Edward Said Reader.  Ed. Moustafa Bayoumi and Andrew Rubin.  New York: Vintage, 2000.
    • Reflections on Exile, and Other Essays Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2000.
    • Peace and its Discontents: Essays on Palestine in the Middle East Peace Process.  New York: Vintage, 1995.
    • The Politics of Dispossession: the Struggle for Palestinian Self-Determination, 1969-1994. New York: Pantheon, 1994.
    • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983. 
  • Edited Works:

    • Blaming the Victims: Spurious Scholarship and the Palestinian Question.  Ed. Said and Christopher Hitchens.  London: Verso, 1988.

    • Literature and Society: Selected Papers from the English Institute, 1978.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1986.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • On Late Style: Music and Literature Against the Grain.  New York: Pantheon, 2005.

    • Freud and the Non-European.  

    • "Erich Auerbach, Critic of the Earthly."  Boundary 2 31.2 (2004): 11-34. 

      • Rpt. as Introduction to Mimesis.  By Erich Auerbach.  Trans. Willard R. Trask.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 2003.

    • "America's Last Taboo." New Left Review 11.6 (2000): .

    • The End of the Peace Process: Oslo and After New York: Pantheon, 2000.

    • "Glenn Gould, the Virtuoso as Intellectual." Raritan 20.1 (2000): 1-16.

    • "Invention, Memory, and Place." Critical Inquiry 26.2 (2000): 175-192.

    • Out of Place: a Memoir. New York: Knopf, 1999.

    • "From Silence to Sound and Back Again: Music, Literature and History." Raritan (1997): 17-.

    • "Adorno as Lateness Itself."  Apocalypse Theory and the Ends of the World.  Ed. Malcolm Bull.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1995.  264-281. 

    • "On Jean Genet's Late Works."  Imperialism and Theatre: Essays on World Theatre, Drama and Performance.  Ed. J. Ellen Gainor.  London: Routledge, 1995.  230-242.

    • "Gods that Always Fail."  Raritan 13.4 (1994): 1-13.

    • Representations of the Intellectual: the 1993 Reith Lectures New York: Pantheon, 1994.
    • Culture and Imperialism.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1993.
      • "Consolidated Vision."  The Novel: an Anthology of Criticism and Theory, 1900-2000.  Ed. Dorothy J. Hale.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2005.  690-715.
    • "Intellectual Exile: Expatriates and Marginals."  Grand Street 12.3 (1993): 112-124.
    • "Nationalism, Human Rights, and Interpretation."  Raritan 12.3 (1993): 26-51.
    • "Peace and the Middle East."  Journal of Communication Inquiry 16.1 (1992): 5-19.
    • "Identity, Authority and Freedom: the Potentate and the Traveller."  Transition (1991): 54. 
      • Boundary 2 21.3 (1994): 1-17.
    • "Literature, Theory and Commitment: II."  Crisscrossing Boundaries in African Literatures, 1986: Annual Selected Papers of the African Literature Association.  Ed. Kenneth Harrow, Jonathan Ngaté, and Clarisse Zimra.  Washington, DC: Three Continents Press, 1991.  65-69. 
    • "Figures, Configurations, Transfigurations."  Polygraph  4 (1990): 9-34. 
      • Race and Class 32 (1990): 1-16.
    • "Narrative, Geography and Interpretation."  New Left Review (1990): 81-97.
      • Culture and Imperialism.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1993.
    • Nationalism, Colonialism, and Literature. By Said, Terry Eagleton, and Frederic Jameson.  Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1990.
    • "Third-World Intellectuals and Metropolitan Culture."  Raritan 9.3 (1990): 27-50.
    • "Jane Austen and Empire."  Raymond Williams: Critical Perspectives.  Ed. Terry Eagleton.  Boston: Northeastern UP, 1989.  150-164. 
      • Culture and Imperialism.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1993.
    • "Representing the Colonized: Anthropology's Interlocutors."  Critical Inquiry 15.2 (1989): 205-225.
    • Yeats and Decolonization.  Field Day Pamphlets, Series, 5, Nationalism, Colonialism and Literature.  Field Day, 1988. 
      • Culture and Imperialism.  London: Chatto and Windus, 1993. 
      • Literature in the Modern World: Critical Essays and Documents.  Ed. Dennis Walder.  Oxford: OUP, 1990.  34-41.
      • Remaking History.  Ed. Barbara Kruger and Phil Mariani.  Seattle: Bay Press, 1989.  3-29. 
    • "Kim: the Pleasures of Imperialism."  Raritan 7.2 (1987): 27-64.
    • "Foucault and the Imagination of Power."  Foucault: a Critical Reader.  Ed. Davld Couzens Hoy.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1986.  149-155. 
    • "The Horizon of R. P. Blackmur."  Raritan 6.2 (1986): 29-50.
    • "Michael Walzer's Exodus and Revolution: a Canaanite Reading."  Arab Studies Quarterly 8.3 (1986): 289-303. 
      • Performance and Reality: Essays from 'Grand Street'.  Ed. Ben Sonnenberg.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1989.  97-117.
      • Blaming the Victims.  159-178. 
    • "An Ideology of Difference."  Critical Inquiry 12.1 (1985): 38-58. 
      • 'Race,' Writing and Difference.  Ed. Henry Lewis Gates.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1986. 
    • "Orientalism Reconsidered."  Cultural Critique 1 (1985): 89-107. 
      • Literature, Politics and Theory: a Selection of Papers from the Annual Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature, 1976-1984 Ed. Francis Barker, et al.  London: Methuen, 1986.  210-229. 
      • Europe and Its Others: Proceedings of the Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature, July 1984.   Ed. Francis Baxter, Peter Hulme, Margaret Iverson and Diana Loxley.  Colchester: U of Essex, 1985.  14-27. 
      • Race and Class 27.2 (1985): 1-15. 
    • "The Future of Criticism."  MLN 99.4 (1984): 951-958.
    • "Michel Foucault, 1927-1984."  Raritan 4.2 (1984): 1-11. 
      • After Foucault: Humanistic Knowledge, Postmodern Challenges.  Ed. Jonathan Arac.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1988.  1-11.
    • "Reflections on Exile."  Granta 13 (1984): 159-172.
    • "Secular Criticism."  Raritan 2.3 (1983): 1-26. 
      • Critical Theory Since 1965.  Ed. Hazard Adams and Leroy Searle.  Tallahassee: UP of Florida, 1986.  605-622.
      • Rpt. as "Introduction: Secular Criticism" in The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  1-30. 
    • "Opponents, Audiences, Constituencies, and Community."  Critical Inquiry 9.1 (1982): 1-26. 
      • Modern Literary Theory: a Reader.  Ed. Philip Rice and Patricia Waugh.  London: Edwin Arnold, 1989.  248-258.
      • Postmodern Culture.  Ed. Hal Foster.  London: Pluto, 1985. 
      • The Anti-Aesthetic: Postmodern Culture.  Ed. Hal Foster.  Port Townsend, Wash.: Bay Press, 1983.  135-159. 
      • The Politics of Interpretation.  Ed. W. J. T. Mitchell.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1982.  7-32. 
    • "Traveling Theory."  Raritan 1.3 (1982): 41-67. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  226-247.
    • Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981.
    • "Inside Islam: How the Press Missed the Story."  Current 230 (February 1981): 44-56.
    • "The Palestine Question and the American Context."  Arab Studies Quarterly 29.2 (1980): 127-149.
    • The Question of Palestine New York: Times Books, 1979.
    • "Reflections on Recent American 'Left' Literary Criticism."  Boundary 2 8.1 (1979): 11-30. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  158-177.
      • The Question of Textuality: Strategies of Reading in Contemporary American Criticism.  Ed. William V. Spanos, Paul Bové, and Daniel O'Hara.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1982.  11-30. 
    • "Zionism from the Standpoint of its Victims."  Social Text 1 (1979): 7-58. 
      • Rev. version in The Question of Palestine.  56- 114.
    • Orientalism: Western Representations of the Orient.  London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1978.
      • "Crisis."  Modern Criticism and Theory: a Reader.  London: Longman, 1988.
      •  2nd Ed. 2000.  3rd Edition, ed. Lodge and Nigel Wood.  Harlow: Pearson Educational, 2008.  368-381.
      • "Introduction."  Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism.  Ed. Vincent Leitch, et al.  New York: Norton, 2001.  1991-2012.
      • "Introduction."  The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends.  Ed. David H. Richter.  Boston: Bedford, 1998.
      •   1279-1292.
      • The Post-colonial Studies Reader.  Ed. Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin.  London: Routledge, 1995.  87-91.
      • "From Orientalism."  Colonial Discourse and Post-colonial Theory.  Ed. Patrick Williams and Laura Chrisman.  Hemel Hempstead: Harvester: Wheatsheaf, 1993.  132-149.  [pp. 4-15, 201-211, 329, and 343.]
      • "Orientalism."  Georgia Review 31.1 (1977): 162-206.
    • "The Problem of Textuality: Two Exemplary Positions."  Critical Inquiry 4.4 (1978): 673-714. 
      • Twentieth Century Literary Theory: a Reader.  Ed. K. M. Newton.  New York: St. Martin's, 1988.  165-170.
      • Rev. version pub. as "Criticism Between Culture and System."  The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  178-225.
      • Aesthetics Today.  Ed. Morris Philipson and Paul J. Gudel.  New York: New American Library, 1980.  87-133. 
    • "Renan's Philological Laboratory."  Art, Politics, and Will: Essays in Honor of Lionel Trilling.  Ed. Quentin Anderson, Stephen Donadio and Steven Marcus.  New York: Basic, 1977.  59-98.
    • "Raymond Schwab and the Romance of Ideas."  Daedalus 105.1 (1976): 151-167. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  248-267.
    • "On Repetition."  The Literature of Fact: Selected Papers from the English Institute.  Ed. Angus Fletcher.  New York: Columbia UP, 1976.  135-158. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1983.  111-125.
    • "Roads Taken and not Taken in Contemporary Criticism."  Contemporary Literature 17 (1976): 327-348. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  140-157.
      • Directions for Criticism: Structuralism and its Alternatives.  Ed. Murray Krieger and L. S. Dembo.  Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1977.  33-54. 
    • "Vico on the Discipline of Bodies and Texts."  MLN 91.5 (1976): 817-826.
      • "Vico in his Work and in This."  Beginnings: Intention and Method.  New York: Basic, 1975.  345-381.

    • Beginnings: Intention and Method.  New York: Basic, 1975.  Rpt. 1978.
    • "The Text, the World, the Critic."  Bulletin of the Midwest Modern Language Association 8.2 (1975): 1-23. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.  31-53.
      • The Horizon of Literature.  Ed. Paul Hernadi.  Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1982.  125-155. 
      • Textual Strategies: Perspectives on Post-Structuralist Criticism.  Ed. Josué Harari.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1979.  161-188. 
      • Critical Theory Since Plato.  Ed. Hazard Adams.  New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971.  1210-1222.
    • "An Ethics of Language: Review of Michel Foucault's The Archaeology of Knowledge and 'The Discourse on Language.'"  Diacritics 4.2 (1974): 28-37.
    • "On Originality."  Uses of Literature.  Ed. Monroe Engel.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1973.  49-65. 
      • The World, the Text and the Critic.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1983.  126-139.
    • "The Text as Practice and as Idea."  MLN 88.6 (1973): 1071-1101.
    • "Michel Foucault as an Intellectual Imagination."  Boundary 2 1.1 (1972): 1-36.
    • "Abecedarium Culturae: Structuralism, Absence, Writing."  TriQuarterly 20 (1971): 33-71. 
      • Rpt. as "Abecedarium Culturae: Structuralism, Absence, Writing, Statement, Discourse, Archaeology, Structuralism."  Beginnings: Intention and Method.  New York: Basic, 1975.  277-343. 
    • "Linguistics and the Archaeology of Mind."  International Philosophical Quarterly 11.1 (1971): 104-134.
    • "What is Beyond Formalism?"  MLN 86.6 (1971): 933-945.
    • "The Arab Portrayed."  The Arab-Israeli Confrontation of June 1967: an Arab Perspective.  Ed. Ibrahim Abu-Lughod.  Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern UP, 1970.  1-9. 
    • "Notes on the Characterization of a Literary Text."  MLN 85.6 (1970): 765-790. 
      • Velocities of Change: Critical Essays from MLN.  Ed. Richard Macksey.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1974.  32-57. 
    • "Beginnings."  Salmagundi 2.4 (1968): 36-55. 
      • The Salmagundi Reader.  Ed. Robert Boyers and Peggy Boyers.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1984.  434-449.
      • Modern French Criticism: from Proust and Valery to Structuralism.  Ed. K. Simon.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1972.  341-392. 
      • The American Literary Anthology, 3: the Third Annual Collection of the Best from the Literary Magazines.  Ed. George Plimpton and Peter Ardery.  New York: 1970. 
    • "Vico: Autodidact and Humanist."  Centennial Review 11.3 (1967): 336-352.
    • Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1966.
  • Selected Interviews:
    • Culture and Resistance: Conversations with Edward W. Said.  South End Press, 2008.
    • Power, Politics, and Culture: Interviews with Edward W. Said.  Ed. and intro. Gauri Viswanathan.  New York: Pantheon, 2001.
    • "Edward W. Said." Progressive 63.4 (1999): 34-38. (with David Barsamian)
    • "An Interview with Edward Said." Tikkun 14.2 (1999): 11-15.   (with Mark LeVine)
    • "Edward Said Talks to Jacqueline Rose." Critical Quarterly 40.1 (1998): 72-89.
    • "The Panic of the Visual: a Conversation with Edward W. Said." Boundary 2 25.2 (1998): 11-33.   (with W. J. T. Mitchell)
    • "Symbols versus Substance: a Year after the Declaration of Principles."  Journal of Palestine Studies 24.2 (1995): 60-72.  (with Mouin Rabbani)
    • "What is Islam?"  New Statesman & Society 8.339 (February 10, 1995): 20-22.  (with Alexander Cockburn)
    • The Pen and the Sword: Conversations with David Barsamian.  Monroe, ME: Common Courage, 1994.
    • "An Interview with Edward W. Said."  Boundary 2 20.1 (1993): 1-25.  (with Joseph A. Buttigieg, Paul A. Bove)
    • "Orientalism and After: an Interview with Edward Said."  Radical Philosophy 63 (1993): 22-32.   (with A. Beezer and P. Osborne)
    • "Hostile Territory."  Guardian Supplement (June 23, 1993): 4-5. (with Anne Karpf)
    • "Conversation with Edward Said."  Queen's Quarterly 100.3 (1993): 665-674.  (with E. Wachtel)
    • "Criticism, Culture, and Performance: an Interview with Edward Said."  Performing Arts Journal 37 (1991): 21-42.  (with B. Marranca)
    • "Orientalism Revisited."  Middle East Research & Information Project [Merip Reports] 150 (January-February 1988): 2-36.
    • "Interview: Edward Said." Red Bass 12 (1987): 29-.  (with J. Murphy) 
    • "Interview."  Criticism in Society: Interviews with Jacques Derrida, Northrop Frye, Harold Bloom, Geoffrey Hartman. Frank Kermode, Edward Said, Barbara Johnson, Frank Lenrtricchia and J. Hillis Miller.  Ed. Imre Salusinszky.  London: Methuen, 1987.  120-148.
    • "Edward Said: an Exile's Exile." Progressive 51.2 (1987): 30- 34.  (with Matthew Stevenson) 
    • "An Interview with Edward W. Said."  Critical Texts 3.2 (1986): 6-13.  (with Gary Hentzi and Anne McClintock)
    • "In the Shadow of the West."  Wedge 7-8 (1985): 4-11.  (with Jonathan Crary and Phil Mariani) 
    • "L'Orient, fantasme de l'Occident. "  Interview with Tahar Ben Jelloun.  Le Monde 11152 (December 7-8, 1980): xv.  Rpt. as "Edward Said" in Civilisations.  Vol. 4.  Entretiens avec 'Le Monde'.  Paris: La Découverte/Le Monde, 1984.  230-236.
    • "Interview with Diacritics."  Diacritics 6.3 (1976): 30-47.

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  • Anthologies:
    • Bhabha, Homi, and W. J. T. Mitchell, eds.  Edward Said: Continuing the Conversation.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2005.
    • Ganguly, Debjani, and Ned Curthoys, eds.  Edward Said: the Legacy of a Public Intellectual.  Melbourne: Melbourne University Publishing, 2007.
    • Ghazoul, Ferial, ed.  Edward Said and Critical DecolonisationAlif: A Journal of Comparative Poetics 25 (2005).
    • Sprinker, Michael, ed.  Edward Said: a Critical Reader
  • Selected Individual Works:
    • Ahmad, Aijaz.  "Orientalism and After."  In Theorey: Classes, Nations, Literatures.  London: Verso, 1992. 
      • Colonial Discourse and Post-Colonial Theory: a Reader.  Ed. Patrick Williams and Laura Chrisman.  Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1993.  162-171.
    • Ansell-Pearson, Keith, Benita Parry, and Judith Squires.  Cultural Readings of Imperialism: Edward Said and the Gravity of History.  New York: St. Martin’s, 1996.  
    • Ashcroft, Bill, and Pal Ahluwalia.  Edward Said: the Paradox of Identity.  London: Routledge, 1999.

    • Bové, Paul A., ed.  Edward Said and the Work of the Critic: Speaking Truth to Power.  Durham: Duke UP, 2000.  
    • Brennan, Timothy.  "Places of Mind, Occupied Lands: Edward Said and Philology.Edward Said: A Critical Reader.  Ed. Michael Sprinker.  Oxford: OUP, 1992.
    • Clifford, James.  "On Orientalism."  The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art.  Cambridge; Harvard UP, 1988.  255-276.
    • Hussein, Abdirahman A.  Edward Said: Criticism and Society.  London: Verso, 2004.
    • Irwin, Robert.  Dangerous Knowledge: Orientalism and its Discontents.  New York: Overlook, 2006.
    • Irwin, Robert.  Lust of Knowing: the Orientalists and their EnemiesHarmondsworth: Penguin, 2005.
    • Kramer, Martin.  Ivory Towers on Sand: the Failure of Middle Eastern Studies in America
    • Lewis, Bernard. 
    • Lewis, Reina.  Gendering Orientalism: Race, Feminity, Representation.  London: Routledge, 1995.
    • MacKenzie, John.  Orientalism: History, Theory and the Arts.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1995.
    • McCarthy, Conor.  Cambridge Introduction to Edward Said.  Cambridge: CUP, 2010.
    • Moore-Gilbert, Bart.  "Edward Said: Orientalism and Beyond."  Postcolonial Theory: Contexts, Practices, Politics.  London: Verso, 1997.  34-73.
    • Moore-Gilbert, Bart.  Kipling and Orientalism.  London: Croom Helm, 1986.
    • Niyogi, Chandreyee.  Reorienting Orientalism.  New Delhi: Sage, 2006.
    • Porter, Dennis.  "Orientalism and its Problems."  The Politics of Theory.  Colchester: U of Essex, 1983.179-182; 186-193.
      • Colonial Discourse and Post-Colonial Theory: a Reader.  Ed. Patrick Williams and Laura Chrisman.  Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1993.  150-161.
    • Robbins, Bruce.  " Secularism, Elitism, Progress and Other Transgressions: On Edward Said's 'Voyage In.'"  The Pre-Occupation of Postcolonial Studies.  Ed. Fawzia Afzal-Khan and Kalpana Seshadri-Crooks.  Durham: Duke UP, 2000.  157-168.
    • San Juan, E., Jr.  "Edward Said's Affiliations: Secular Humanism and Marxism."  Atlantic Studies 3.1 (2006): 43-61.
    • Varisco, Daniel Martin.  Reading Orientalism: Said and the Unsaid.  U of Washington P, .
    • Warraq, Ibn.  Defending the West: a Critique of Edward Said's Orientalism.  Amherst, NY: Prometheus, 2007.
    • Young, Robert J. C.  "Edward Said and Colonial Discourse."  Postcolonialism: an Historical Introduction.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2001.  383-394.

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