Table of contents for On Jameson : from postmodernism to globalization / edited by Caren Irr and Ian Buchanan.

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Introduction
 Caren Irr and Ian Buchanan	1
I. Central Concepts 
1.	 In General Terms: Jameson and Materialist Histories	
Evan Watkins	23
2.	History, Narrative and Realism: Jameson's Search for a Method	
Carolyn Lesjak	44
3.	Metacommentary	
Roland Boer	89
4.	Narratives of History, Narratives of Time	
Sean Homer	124
II.	Reactions and Readings around the World
5.	 Reflections on Cultural Revolution and the Discourse of Intellectuals	
Robert Seguin	158
6.	Construction Work: Theory, Periodization, and Labor in the Age of Globalization	
Michael Rothberg	197
7.	Postmodernism, or The Cultural Logic of Post-Communism?: The Cultures of the 
 Former Soviet Bloc Encounter Jameson
Vitaly Chernetsky	241
III.	Toward Globalization
8.	National Allegories Today: A Return to Jameson	
Ian Buchanan	299
9.	The Space Between: Jameson on Mediation	
Imre Szeman	330
10.	The Grounds of Globalization: Jameson's Return to Hegel	
Caren Irr	377
11.	Periodizing Jameson, or, Notes toward a Cultural Logic of Globalization	
Philip E. Wegner	431
Notes on Contributors	506

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jameson, Fredric -- Criticism and interpretation.