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     The International Journal of Cultural Studies
 
     The first issue of the International Journal of Cultural Studies is due out
     in April this year. This major new journal (edited by John Hartley and
     published by SAGE Publications) will provide a lively meeting-place for
     international perspectives on cultural and media developments across
     the globe where different intellectual and political traditions can come
     into fruitful dialogue with each other.
 
     The first issue will contain the following:
 
     Forty Years of Cultural Studies: An Interview with Richard Hoggart
     Mark Gibson and John Hartley
 
     Richard Hoggart's Grandmother's Ironing: Some Questions about 'Power' in
     International Cultural Studies
     Mark Gibson
 
     Stuart Hall and the Antinomian Tradition
     Chris Rojek
 
     Cultural Studies and Academic Stardom
     Joe Moran
 
     The Dalang and the Cartoonist: Mediating Modernity in Bali
     Carol Warren
 
     The Herald of Hybridity: The Emancipation of Difference in Hanif Kureishi's
     The Buddha of Suburbia
     Berthold Schoene
 
     The Place of 'Childhood' in Internet Content Regulation: A Case Study of
     Policy in the UK
     David Oswell
 
     The Amateur, the Housewife, and the Salesroom Floor: Promoting Postwar US
     Television
     William Boddy
 
     African Cultural Studies: Excavating for the Future
     Keyan G Tomaselli
 
     Contributions for future issues should be submitted to:
 
     John Hartley,
     Editor, International Journal of Cultural Studies,
     University of Wales Cardiff
     Bute Building
     King Edward VII Avenue
     Cardiff CF1 3NB
     Wales
     Tel: +44 (0)1222 874000 x6186
     Fax: +44 (0)1222 238832
     Email: [log in to unmask]
 
     For further information about the journal, contact Jane Makoff at SAGE
     Publications.
     Tel: +44 (0)171 374 0645
     Fax: +44 (0)171 374 8741
     Email: [log in to unmask]
 
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