Tuesday, 16 August 2011
The new issue of Theory, Culture & Society is now available (TCS 28.4, July 2011), featuring articles by Alexandre Macmillan on Christian techniques of the self, Thomas Lemke on critique and experience in Foucault, John B Thompson on the shifting boundaries of public and private life, Sergei Prozorov on pornography and profanation in Agamben, and Philip Webb on family values in American modernity.
The issue also features Huimin Jin's interview with David Morley on British Cultural Studies, and book reviews by Ross Abbinett on Baudrillard's Carnival or Cannibal, and by Scott McQuire on Adrian Franklin's City Life
TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.
Posted by Theory, Culture & Society at 22:06