[csaa-forum] Not the election, but book reviews

Warwick Mules w.mules at cqu.edu.au
Wed Jun 29 14:09:52 CST 2005

Hi Terry,
I know it's a bit late but has anyone put their hand up for rod 
Giblett's book yet?



>Dear CSAA members
>As some of you may be aware, I am the Book Reviews Editor for 
>Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, which all CSAA 
>members receive as a part of their membership. As a result, and 
>perhaps not surprisingly, I receive a lot of books, and I currently 
>have more than I have reviewers for.
>If you are interested in reviewing books for Continuum, you may wish 
>to send me an email outlining your areas of research interest. I 
>should note that, over the last 18 months, we have moved towards a 
>policy of carrying review essays, where a person writes an article 
>of about 3000 words drawing upon a cluster of similarly-themed 
>books. One advantage of this is that it allows the work to be 
>DEST-accredited, which is less likely with single book reviews.
>I also have recent books by current CSAA members that we would like 
>to see reviewed in Continuum. Please let me know if you re able to 
>review any of these titles, keeping in mind the imperative to meet 
>publishing deadlines (It is particularly unfair to ask for a book to 
>review and then not review it, as this denies the author the 
>opportunity to see their book reviewed):
>Ruth Barcan, Nudity: A Cultural Anatomy (Berg, 2004)
>Ian Buchanan and Marcel Swiboda (eds.), Deleuze and Music (Edinburgh 
>University Press, 2004)
>Peter Dunbar-Hall and Chris Gibson, Deadly Sounds, Deadly places: 
>Contemporary Aboriginal Music in Australia (UNSW Press, 2004)
>Stephen Muecke, Ancient & Modern: Time, Culture and Indigenous 
>Philosophy (UNSW Press, 2004)
>Rod Giblett, Living with the Earth: From Mastery to Mutuality (Salt, 2004)
>Angela Ndalianis, Neo-Baroque Aesthetics and Contemporay 
>Entertainment (MIT Press, 2004).
>Dr. Terry Flew
>Senior Lecturer and Discipline Head, Media and Communication
>Course Co-ordinator, Creative Industries postgraduate coursework 
>degree program
>Reviews Editor, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies
>Creative Industries Faculty
>Queensland University of Technology
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