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READ ´ KLASS-CHITA.RU Ê Bell Hooks FREE DOWNLOAD Ë Belonging A Culture of Place Bell Hooks Ê 1 FREE DOWNLOAD What does it mean to call a place home Who is allowed to become a member of a community When can we say that we truly belong These are some of the uestions of place and belonging that renowned cultural critic bell hooks examines in her new book Belonging A Culture of Place Traversing past and present Belonging charts a cyclical journey in which hooks moves from place to place from country to city and back again only to end where she began her old Kentucky home hooks has written provocatively about race gender and c Last week I was looking for books on belonging and came across this one by bell hooks I m very fond of bell hooks I ve enjoyed everything I ve read by her and have also learnt a lot from her over the years This book isn t what I was expecting though If you aren t familiar with her work I guess it could be summed up as her response to the white supremacist capitalist imperialist patriarchy which she sets about showing how to expose its underlying assumptions so as to eventually overthrow its grip upon us all As such I think she is pretty close to reuired reading She also has the advantage of writing beautifully something like being pretty or rich that you should probably try to do if you possibly can She draws connections between things that are rarely obvious until she does and then you wonder why you never saw that yourself beforeIn some ways this book explains why she moved back to Kentucky She explains that her readers often note that she is from the South but that she never really thinks of herself as being from the South but rather of being from Kentucky and that her uirks are less those of the South and those of Kentucky She is a mountain girl a country girl but also someone that has been trained to be universal as part of the academy In her 50s she decided to move back home back to somewhere where she belonged This notion of belonging of having a place and of feeling that you are allowed to be yourself there pervades this book and I guess that is one of the things I found unexpected hereAnd that is true for lots and lots of reasons not least because too often books by working class or ethnic minority people who have left home and have make a name for themselves in academia talk about how they no longer feel they belong anywhere That is they don t feel that they fully belong in the world they have been trained into and yet try as they might they can never really return to the world they left either This is much reminiscent of my own experience and so is something I notice when it is mentioned I ve rarely read about this opposite experience and so that alone made this book worth readingI have a very strong sense that once you leave a place it is very hard to go back not merely because what you are returning to is likely to have become a kind of dream but also because the world even the world in Kentucky moves on either with or without you There is a lovely book on this academic but still about a guy in Australia having this experience called The Locals Foucault talks somewhere of memory being a site of resistance but for many migrants I ve known and as a migrant I get to speak with some authority on this memory is also a site of deep deep conservatism The thing is that bell hooks turns this idea on its head And many others I ve taken for granted too For instance I ve always known that country people are likely to be very religious as a conseuence of them being utterly dependent upon the capricious forces of nature I ve generally seen this as a bad thing but hooks makes it clear that for Black Americans a people she stresses have generally lived and worked on the land the capricious nature of farming allowed them a psychological escape from racism You see racism asserts that white people are somehow all powerful but the black farmer knows that the white over seer can t make the sun shine or the rain fall The limits of white power are made all too clear in an agrarian culture But in the cities the limits of white power are completely hidden and all consuming as well She sees returning to the land as a kind of healing in all senses not least for the land as well Her discussion of the form of coal mining that involves removing the tops of mountains really is something that if we still had souls would make us barely containable in our rage I m not a particularly spiritual person but this level of disrespect towards the earth is uite breathtaking We will of course eventually pay in kind and with interestHer discussion of how black people view white people mostly as an infinite threat ought to be reuired reading by every white person Her discussion of black trauma and the need for psychological healing is also a key driving force behind her discussion of the need to both find a place to belong and a place of community I also found her discussion of how our metaphors of white and black and the privileging of light over dark even in our metaphors was particularly interesting As she says at one point sometimes this really ought to be inverted as we are safer in the dark than in the full glare of the light There is a beautiful dialectical dance that goes on in her writing sometimes that I find uite exuisite Her chapter on her grandmother s uilts was another example of this this connection to the materiality of being as a condition of the spirituality of being too which when you think of it is perhaps the whole point of a sense of belonging While I m deeply attracted to the notion of building communities and while I also think that it is about the only hope we humans have if we are to have any sort of future at all I m not sure returning to the land is likely to be an answer for very many people This solution is likely to be only available to people with a certain level of privilege The proportion of people living in cities is increasing so that now the majority of us do and it isn t clear how shifting back to the land would be even possible for most of us And as much as I love the idea of people returning to land to nurture and protect it personally I have no such desire in fact I can think of nothing I would like less And not least because I simply have never belonged in such an environment Oddly enough hooks says she doesn t have a green thumb either and says this a couple of times which made me think about what it was that made her feel she belonged there The answer seems to be associated with community and culture than necessarily the land or perhaps not the land as a site of work but of a site of admiration of a kind of grounding Which is complicated since she clearly sees the redemptive power of the land as coming from people working it as wellI couldn t help thinking throughout this that I really have never felt like I belong which is odd since I read another book on the topic last week and that wasn t at all something I thought about while reading that book I think it was in her explaining her sense of being at home and literally what that meant to her that made it clear that that wasn t really something I ve ever felt And then I thought how easy it would be to exaggerate that feeling I certainly don t feel the opposite of being ostracised and estranged although like everyone I guess I have at times I fully understand how debilitating that can feel and that isn t the experience I m talking about Now true story When I decided to go back to university I was going to go to the university closest to where I was living at the time which also happened to be the university that both of my daughters were attending When I mentioned this to one of them she said that would be fine but that she wouldn t be able to have lunch with me every day The utter absurdity of her having to go to university with her dad was a large part of the reason I ended up at another university one of the most prestigious universities in Australia And the whole time I was there and this is literally true I would freuently get a couple of lines from Radiohead s Creep popping into my head what the hell am I doing here I don t belong here Which or less stopped immediately after I came to my current universityI think that learning where you might belong is a very useful thing to achieve if you can you should I think as hooks says somewhere here well effectively it is worth than gold or fame I couldn t make the choices she has made but I wouldn t belong in that world either which is perhaps her point Shania Twain: The Biography say that we truly belong These are Shattering Silences: Strategies to Prevent Sexual Assault, Heal Survivors, and Bring Assailants to Justice she began her old Kentucky home hooks has written provocatively about race gender and c Last week I was looking for books on belonging and came across this one by bell hooks I m very fond of bell hooks I ve enjoyed everything I ve read by her and have also learnt a lot from her 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  • Belonging A Culture of Place
  • Bell Hooks
  • English
  • 23 June 2017
  • 9780415968164