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010    96209571 
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050 00 JA75.7|b.C84 1995 
082 00 306|221 
245 00 Cultural remix :|btheories of politics and the popular /
       |cedited by Erica Carter, James Donald, and Judith Squires
264  1 London :|bLawrence & Wishart,|c1995 
300    xvii, 332 p. ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Articles previously published in the journal New 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 0  |tThe commitment to theory /|rHomi K. Bhabha --|tMargaret 
       thatcher and ruth ellis /|rJacqueline Rose --|tFantasy, 
       identity, politics /|rStuart Hall --|tThe impossible 
       object: towards a sociology of the sublime /|rDick Hebdige
       --|tBlack hair/style politics /|rKobena Mercer --|tI want 
       the black one: is there a place for Afro-American culture 
       in commodity culture? /|rSusan willis --|tThe vicissitudes
       of "progressive television" /|rIen Ang --|tSatellite 
       dishes and the landscapes of taste /|rCbarlotte Brunsdon -
       -|tUs and them: on the philosophical bases of political 
       criticism /|rSatya P. Mobanty --|tPluralism and modern 
       democracy: around carl schmitt /|rCbantal Mouffe --|tThe 
       legacy of the enlightenment: foucault and lacan /|rMladen 
       Dolar --|tThe unvermogender other: hysteria and democracy 
       in America /|rJoan Copjec --|tA Symptomology of an 
       anthoritarian discourse /|rAnna Marie Smith  
520    A glance at current higher education curricula reveals 
       cinema courses in departments of history and seminars on 
       comics and romantic fiction in contexts stretching from 
       sociology to modern languages. All this signals a new, and
       welcome, legitimacy for popular cultural studies. But in 
       its drive to shift the focus from high culture to popular 
       forms, cultural studies has often failed to formulate 
       alternate models of cultural or political value and 
       judgement. Cultural Remix attempts to chart the historical
       traces of critical efforts to produce a new field of 
       cultural-political engagement. Presenting the most 
       incisive articles from New Formations, the ground-breaking
       journal of cultural theory, Cultural Remix illustrates how
       ideas of reading the popular are crucial to understanding 
       the ways in which politics and the popular have informed 
       one another 
650  0 Politics and culture 
650  0 Popular culture|xPolitical aspects 
653 0  Culture|aRelated to|aPolitics 
700 1  Carter, Erica 
700 1  Donald, James,|d1948- 
700 1  Squires, Judith 
730 0  New formations 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tCultural remix.|dLondon : Lawrence & 
       Wishart, 1995|w(OCoLC)624398271 
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