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J Armitage on Fri, 13 Oct 2006 23:37:27 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> Cultural Politics 2.3: November 2006


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Dear all

 

The latest issue of Cultural Politics, Volume 2, Issue 3, November 2006, has just been published.  The Table of Contents is below. I would be very grateful if friends and colleagues would circulate this message far and wide. Moreover, we are always on the lookout for interesting, challenging, oblique, and critical articles concerned with the intersection of the cultural and the political. The Table of Contents and the web page of Cultural Politics are below.

 

Best wishes

 

John

CULTURAL POLITICS

Volume 2, Number 3, November, 2006

 

ARTICLES

 

IS CULTURAL STUDIES A DISCIPLINE? AND DOES IT MAKE ANY POLITICAL DIFFERENCE?

Simon During

 

HEGEL ON HISTORY, 9/11, AND THE WAR ON TERROR, OR REASON IN HISTORY

Tom Rockmore

 

A RISK SOCIETY OF MORAL PANIC: THE US IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Toby Miller

 

PALE FACE, RED MASK: RACIAL AMBIGUITY AND THE IMITATION OF 'AMERICAN INDIAN' FACIAL EXPRESSIONS

Alastair Bonnett

 

THE RIGHT-WING ATTACK ON CRITICAL AND PUBLIC EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES: FROM NEOLIBERALISM TO NEOCONSERVATISM

Kenneth J. Saltman

 

TENSE BORDERS: CULTURE, IDENTITY, AND ANXIETY IN NEW ZEALAND'S INTERWEAVING DISCOURSES OF IMMIGRATION AND GENETIC MODIFICATION

Priya Kurian and Debashish Munshi

 

FIELD REPORT/ART WORK

BASED ON A TRUE STORY

Canadian Artist Stephen Andrews on the London Underground Bombings and the Kuleshov Effect

 

BOOK REVIEWS

THE EMPIRE OF THE SPECTACLE

Bob Hanke on RETORT's Afflicted Powers

 

NO LOGO, NO CHANGE?

Andrew Openshaw on Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter's The Rebel Sell: How the Counterculture Became Consumer Culture

 

ENUNCIATORY TELEVISION

Sigurjon Baldur Hafsteinsson on Hugh Miles' Al-Jazeera: How Arab TV News Challenged the World.

 

 

 

Visit the Cultural Politics Website at:

http://www.bergpublishers.com/uk/culture/culture_about.htm

 

Dr John Armitage

Co-editor, Cultural Politics

Media & Communication

School of Arts & Social Sciences

Northumbria University

Newcastle upon Tyne

NE1 8ST, UK

(t): (+44) 0191 227 4971

(e) (w) j.armitage {AT} unn.ac.uk

Web: http://northumbria.ac.uk/sd/academic/sass/media_div/med_staff/j_armitage/

(e) (h) j.armitage {AT} technologica.demon.co.uk

Visit the Cultural Politics Website at:

http://www.bergpublishers.com/uk/culture/culture_about.htm

 

 



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