His scientific interests lie mostly in Literature, Art history, Capital, German and Drama. His Literature study combines topics in areas such as Aesthetics, Work of art, Culture theory, Mass media and Dissent. The concepts of his Art history study are interwoven with issues in Empire and Capitalism.
Combining a variety of fields, including Capital, Economic history, Political economy, Phantasmagoria, Dialectic and Index, are what the author presents in his essays. His German research includes elements of Modernism, Allegory, Tragedy, Martyr and Baroque. His Drama study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Philosophy of history, Literary criticism, Reading, Cultural history and French literature.
Walter Benjamin mainly investigates Art history, Literature, Humanities, German and Performance art. His German study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Drama.
His main research concerns Art history, Performance art, Humanities, German and Literature. His research on Art history often connects related topics like Intelligentsia. His Performance art research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transculturation, Baroque, Representation and Unpacking.
His Humanities research incorporates themes from Critical theory, Philosophy of history, Biopower, Political radicalism and Political philosophy. His research in German intersects with topics in Portrait, Victory and Ancient history. His work in the fields of Literature, such as Reflexive pronoun, overlaps with other areas such as Formative assessment.
Walter Benjamin spends much of his time researching Art history, Performance art, German, Semiotics and Aesthetics. His Art history study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Empire. Walter Benjamin has researched Performance art in several fields, including Transculturation, Baroque and Representation.
Walter Benjamin has included themes like Literature, Reflexive pronoun, Diversity, Critical consciousness and Portrait in his German study.
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The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
The Arcades Project
Walter Benjamin;Howard Eiland;Kevin McLaughlin;Rolf Tiedemann.
Theses on the Philosophy of History
Bronner, S. E., Kellner, D. M. (Eds.): Critical Theory and Society. A Reader, New York/London (Routledge) 1989, pp. 255-263. (1989)
The Origin of German Tragic Drama
Illuminations: Essays and Reflections
Walter Benjamin;Harry Zohn.
Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit
Charles Baudelaire: A Lyric Poet in the Era of High Capitalism
Reflections: Essays, Aphorisms, Autobiographical Writings
Walter Benjamin;Peter Demetz.
One-way street, and other writings
On the Concept of History
Patrick Boucheron;Walter Benjamin.
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