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Narrative after Deconstruction
Narrative after Deconstruction (October 2002)
Daniel Punday - Author

Develops a rigorous theory of narrative as apost-deconstructive model for interpretation.

Interrogating stories told about life after deconstruction, and discovering instead a kind of afterlife of deconstruction, Daniel Punday draws on a wide range of theorists to develop a rigorous theory of narrative as an alternative model for literary interpretation. Drawing on an observation made by Jean-François Lyotard,...(Read More)
 
 
Boundaries of Privacy
Boundaries of Privacy (October 2002)
Dialectics of Disclosure
Sandra Petronio - Author
Irwin Altman - Foreword by

Explores new ways to think about privacy and disclosure.

Offering a practical theory for why people make decisions about revealing and concealing private information, Boundaries of Privacy taps into everyday problems in our personal relationships, our health concerns, and our work to investigate the way we manage our private lives. Petronio argues that in addition to owning our own private information, we also...(Read More)
 
 
Global Media Spectacle
Global Media Spectacle (October 2002)
News War over Hong Kong
Chin-Chuan Lee - Author
Joseph Man Chan - Author
Zhongdang Pan - Author
Clement Y K So - Author

Uses Hong Kong’s transfer from Britain to China to explore how media coverage is guided by ideological struggle.  

Focusing on the global media coverage of Hong Kong's transfer from Britain to China, Global Media Spectacle explores how the world media plan, operate, compete, and produce a historical record during significant global events. The authors interviewed seventy six print and television reporter...(Read More)
 
 
Feast and Folly
Feast and Folly (September 2002)
Cuisine, Intoxication, and the Poetics of the Sublime
Allen S. Weiss - Author

Treats French cuisine as a “fine art,” offering both historical background as well as a deep analysis of the social, political, and aesthetic aspects of cuisine and taste.

What would it mean to speak of cuisine as a “fine art”? Combining an analysis of French cuisine with cutting-edge postmodernist critique, Feast and Folly provides a fascinating history of French gastronomy an...(Read More)

 
 
Imagined Londons
Imagined Londons (September 2002)
Pamela K. Gilbert - Editor

Explores the various representations and imaginations of London in literature and popular culture, from Victorian times to the present day.

Imagined Londons
explores the diverse ways that Britain’s “global city” has been imagined and represented in literature, history, the arts, and popular culture, from the mid–nineteenth century to the present day. American and British contributors examine a v...(Read More)
 
 
Rethinking the Frankfurt School
Rethinking the Frankfurt School (August 2002)
Alternative Legacies of Cultural Critique
Jeffrey T. Nealon - Editor
Caren Irr - Editor

By exploring the work of the Frankfurt school today, this book helps to define the very field of cultural studies.

A reexamination of key Frankfurt School thinkers—Benjamin, Adorno, Horkheimer, Marcuse—in the light of contemporary theory and cultural studies across the disciplines, Rethinking the Frankfurt School asks what consequences such a rethinking might have for study of the Frankfurt School on...(Read More)
 
 
Diversity, Multiculturalism and Social Justice
Diversity, Multiculturalism and Social Justice (August 2002)
Seth N. Asumah - Editor
Ibipo Johnston-Anumonwo - Editor

An interdisciplinary reader exploring issues related to diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice.

Diversity, Multiculturalism and Social Justice is a multidisciplinary reader for undergraduates taking courses in a wide variety of topics in Multicultural and Diversity Studies, International Studies, Minority and Ethnic Studies, Women’s Studies, African American Studies, African Studies, an...(Read More)
 
 
Postfeminist News
Postfeminist News (August 2002)
Political Women in Media Culture
Mary Douglas Vavrus - Author

2003 Diamond Anniversary Book Award from the National Communication Association

Examines the representation of women in the media.

In the media-saturated decade of the 1990s, news reports shaped public sentiment about women in electoral politics and beyond. Mary Douglas Vavrus explores the process of representing political women in media, and argues that contemporary news accounts promote a p...(Read More)
 
 
Emancipatory Movements in Composition
Emancipatory Movements in Composition (July 2002)
The Rhetoric of Possibility
Andrea Greenbaum - Author

Examines liberatory learning practices in the contemporary composition classroom.  

Emancipatory Movements in Composition provides an overview of the four major disciplines that have, for the last ten years, influenced and guided the direction of composition studies. Drawing on contemporary social and rhetorical theory, this is the first cultural studies text deeply informed by classical rhetoric, feminis...(Read More)
 
 
The Challenges of Ivan Illich
The Challenges of Ivan Illich (July 2002)
A Collective Reflection
Lee Hoinacki - Editor
Carl Mitcham - Editor

Original essays explore the thought and influence of philosopher, educator, social critic, and theologian Ivan Illich.

This unique collection examines the man Utne Reader has called “the greatest social critic of the twentieth century.” The essays—all by people Illich has influenced personally—discuss how his life and thought have affected conceptualization, study, and practice of psychotherap...(Read More)
 
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