The Future of Cultural Studies

Essays in Honour of Joris Vlasselaers

Jan Baetens (Author), José Lambert (Author),

Series: Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum Lovaniensis - Series B 16

Category: Art

Language: English

ISBN: 9789058670298

Publication date: May 11, 2000

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Size: 240 x 160 x mm

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Introduction: a Portrait of Joris Vlasselaers (R. Ghesquière and J. Lambert)

Part 1: Cultural Studies: Antidiscipline or New Paradigm?

Crossroad Theory and Travelling Concepts: From Cultural Studies to Cultural Analysis (Mieke Bal)

The Sins of Cultural Studies (Lawrence Grossberg)

Society as Difference: Notes on Multiculturalism and Multi-Sociality (Rudi Laermans)

Is Postmodern Culture Postcultural? (Herman Parret)

Semiotics and Cultural Studies: Coincidences in a Mirror of Inverted Images (Oscar Steimberg)

Cultural Studies: The Politics of an Academic Practice as Politics (John Storey)

Part 2: Minorities: the Problem of Heterogeneity

Hybridization or Pluralism? The Latin-American Tradition (Raul Antelo)

Women as Critics, 1870-1914 (Marysa de Moor)

Spreading Culture or the Humanities Today: An Australian Perspective (Simon During)

The Stranger’s Gaze: the Emergence of French Cultural Studies (Mike Kelly)

Populism and Culltural Studies. The Great Narrative of the Latin-American Difference (Luz Rodriguez)

Queer Studies as Cultural Studies (Lawrence Schehr)

Part 3: Cultural Studies in a Society of Global Communication

Back to Basics? A critique of Cyberhybrid-Hype (Jan Baetens)

The endoscopic Gaze: The View from Within (José van Dijck)

Cultural Studies, the Study of Cultures, and the Question of Language (José Lambert)

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Jan Baetens is professor of Literature and Cultural Studies at KU Leuven.

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