Date: Wednesday 26.11.2014, 11.15 - 13.15
Location: Auditorium A (Egget), Studentsenteret, Universitetet i Bergen
Julia Kristeva proposes a new interpretation of the experience of revolt: far from simply a negation or contestation of the norm, revolt is a transvaluation of memory, a reconstruction of subjectivity.
Setting out from this definition, Kristeva stresses the personal experience of revolt as an infinite refounding of the self, and as a motor of social change.
Holberg Prize 2004
Julia Kristeva's innovative explorations of questions on the intersection of language, culture and literature have inspired research across the humanities and the social sciences throughout the world and have also had a significant impact on feminist theory. Read more.