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1994) The Location of Culture. London and New York: Routledge. Black Atlantic Paul Gilroy introduced the concept of the Black Atlantic into cultural studies in the early 1990s as a concrete example of the ‘changing same’ of a diaspora. It is also an illustration of ‘identities in motion’ as opposed to conceiving of them as absolutes of nature or culture. Thus a diaspora such as the Black Atlantic involves creolized and hybridized cultural forms. For Gilroy, black identities cannot be understood in terms of being American or British or West Indian.
Foucault argues that archaeology is the appropriate method for the analysis of local discursivities; it is not transcendental and does not seek to identify the universal structures of all knowledge or all possible moral action, but treats the instances of discourse as historical events. Foucault argues that his archaeological methods demonstrate that discourse is discontinuous in the transition from one historical era to another. That is, the social world is marked by different epistemes, or configurations of knowledge, so that it is no longer perceived, described, classified and known in the same way but rather is marked by historical breaks in understanding.
However, postmodernism plays with popular culture and its forms more obviously than does modernist avant-garde art and with a stronger sense of irony. Nevertheless, postmodernism in Art has remained avant-garde in its relative isolation from mainstream popular culture. Links Aesthetics, critical theory, modernism, popular culture, postmodernism 11 B Bakhtin, Mikhail (1895–1975) Bakhtin was born in Russia, studied at St Petersburg University and worked as a professor in the small town of Saransk after spending a significant period of his life in exile in Kazakhstan.