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January 1998, Week 2


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Jane Makoff <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 12 Jan 1998 10:52:21 +0000
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     The European Journal of Cultural Studies - Issue One Now Out!
     The first issue of the European Journal of Cultural Studies has just been
     Edited by Pertti Alasuutari, Ann Gray and Joke Hermes, the journal has been
     launched to promote a conception of cultural studies rooted in lived
     experience. The journal adopts a broad-ranging view of cultural studies,
     charting new questions and new research, and mapping the transformation of
     cultural studies in the years to come.
     Volume 1 Number 1
     Doing cultural studies at the crossroads: Local/global negotiations Ien Ang
     Dare we de-centre Birmingham? Troubling the 'origin' and trajectories of
     cultural studies Handel K. Wright
     De-centring or re-focusing cultural studies: a response to Handel K. Wright
     Maureen McNeil
     The cultural studies' crossroads blues Lawrence Grossberg
     Cultural Studies and intervention in television policy Jostein Gripsrud
     From outsider to insider: queer politics in German film 1970-94 Les Wright
     A professional, unreliable, heroic marionette (M/F): structure, agency and
     subjectivity in contemporary journalisms Liesbet van Zoonen
     Henry Reynolds and Aboriginal history: (post)colonialism and the claiming
     of the past Mark Gibson (Review Article)
     For further information about subscribing or about contributing to the
     journal contact Jane Makoff at SAGE Publications on
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     Details about this journal are also available on our website
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