[csaa-forum] Desecration: a new issue of Cultural Studies Review

Chris Healy clhealy at unimelb.edu.au
Fri Apr 8 10:26:44 CST 2005

Announcing a new issue of Cultural Studies Review, vol. 11, no. 1, March 2005.

The new issue features a group of essays co-edited with us by Deborah 
Rose and Peter Read, which provides our issue tag-Desecration. Other 
essays include Marcus Breen's 'US Cultural Studies: Oxymoron or 
Blindspots?', Nicola Evans' study of sensational trials and Ross 
Chambers's poetic supplement to Peter Cary's My Life as a Fake. The 
New Writing section carries two pieces by Jane Messer. Our 
Provocations section showcases Iain McCalman, the outgoing president 
of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, making his case for 
state and popular support for the humanities and social sciences, and 
Isabelle Stengers on 'ecology of practices' as a tool for thinking. 
And there're reviews

Now available in all good bookstores and by subscription. Soon 
available on-line through Ingenta.

Check it out at http://www.csreview.unimelb.edu.au

Stephen Muecke and Chris Healy
Co-Editors, Cultural Studies Review

Chris Healy

e:  <clhealy at unimelb.edu.au>
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