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미국흑인극의 환상공간과 기괴함의 전복적 욕망
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Project Number A00474
Year(selected) 2004 Year
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Completion Date 2006년 03월 18일
Year type 결과보고
Year(final report) 2006년
Research Summary
  • Korean
  • 본 연구는 미국 흑인극(Adrienne Kennedy, George Wolfe, August Wilson)의 환상을 정치적 함의가 내재된 담론적 구성물로 보고 미국흑인의 무의식적 욕망을 읽어낸다. 기존의 흑인비평은 주로 인물중심으로 흑백간의 갈등을 통해 백인의 지배체제를 비판적으로 읽은 것이다. 반면, 본 연구는 인물보다는 오히려 "기괴함"에 기초한 환상성에 주안점을 두고 백인지배문화에 대한 흑인의 무의식적 욕망과 저항성을 탐구한다. 왜냐하면 미국 흑인극이 주로 사회․정치 및 심리적 환경과 불가분의 관계에서 생산된 문화적 형성물로서 저항적 목소리를 위한 극적 양식으로 환상을 도입하고 있다고 보기 때문이다. 이를 위해 환상의 전복적 개념이 서구의 문학적/사상적 흐름 속에서 어떻게 다루어져 왔는가를 환상이론 속에서 살펴보고, 미국 흑인극에 구현된 환상공간에 작동하는 미국흑인의 탈식민적 욕망을 분석한다. 이러한 분석은 미국흑인의 무의식적 욕망이 인종, 권력. 그리고 이데올로기와 어떻게 관련되어 있는가를 밝히는 데 유용한 작업이다. 따라서 본 연구는 미국 흑인극의 환상을 흑인의 무의식적 욕망 및 저항성과 관련하여 이를 하나의 정신분석학적이자 맑스주의적 텍스트로 접근함으로써 환상성의 사회․정치적 해석의 지평도 확장시켜줄 수 있는 작업으로서 미국 흑인극을 읽어내는 새로운 패러다임으로 기능할 것이다.
  • English
  • Fantasy Space and the Subversive Desire of "the Uncanny" in African American Drama

    This essay, while referring to commentary about the uncanny more generally as one of the most powerful and distinctive modes of fantasy, examines its social and political implications for African Americans in their struggle for black liberation in relation to the return of the repressed in Adrienne Kennedy's A Movie Star Has to Star in Black and White, George Wolfe's The Colored Museum, and August Wilson's The Piano Lesson. Tzvetan Todorov has carried out the first sustained structural approach to the literature of the fantastic, and critics have assumed that he ignored the possibility of its political interpretations in relation to the other's unconscious. An analysis of African American drama, however, reveals that the uncanny's relation to the unconscious is much more politically complicated than has generally been supposed. The plays are constructed as an elaborate counter-discourse for expressing African Americans' subversive desire against white ideology through the uncanny. They are a rewriting of African American experiences through a "revision and repetition" of classical white and black writings. Revisionary and corrective, African American plays appropriate various modes of the uncanny as the strategy for representing African Americans' subversive desire. Because much of the plays stresses the return of the repressed in terms of transformation, fantastic travel, sculpture, ghosts, spirit, and double, a reading that insists on African Americans' subversive desire becomes possible.
Research result report
  • Abstract
  • Fantasy Space and the Subversive Desire of "the Uncanny" in African American Drama

    This essay, while referring to commentary about the uncanny more generally as one of the most powerful and distinctive modes of fantasy, examines its social and political implications for African Americans in their struggle for black liberation in relation to the return of the repressed in Adrienne Kennedy's A Movie Star Has to Star in Black and White, George Wolfe's The Colored Museum, and August Wilson's The Piano Lesson. Tzvetan Todorov has carried out the first sustained structural approach to the literature of the fantastic, and critics have assumed that he ignored the possibility of its political interpretations in relation to the other's unconscious. An analysis of African American drama, however, reveals that the uncanny's relation to the unconscious is much more politically complicated than has generally been supposed. The plays are constructed as an elaborate counter-discourse for expressing African Americans' subversive desire against white ideology through the uncanny. They are a rewriting of African American experiences through a "revision and repetition" of classical white and black writings. Revisionary and corrective, African American plays appropriate various modes of the uncanny as the strategy for representing African Americans' subversive desire. Because much of the plays stresses the return of the repressed in terms of transformation, fantastic travel, sculpture, ghosts, spirit, and double, a reading that insists on African Americans' subversive desire becomes possible.
  • Research result and Utilization method
  • 본 연구는 미국 흑인극의 환상을 흑인의 무의식적 욕망 및 저항성과 관련하여 이를 하나의 정신분석학적이자 맑스주의적 텍스트로 접근함으로써 환상성의 사회․정치적 해석의 지평도 확장시켜줄 수 있는 작업으로서 미국 흑인극을 읽어내는 새로운 패러다임으로 기능할 것이다.
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  • the uncanny, fantasy, Adrienne Kennedy, George Wolfe, August Wilson, African American drama, return of the repressed, desire
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