Tuesday, 24 January 2012

January Issue of TCS - Out Now!

The new issue of TCS (29.1, Jan 2012) is now available.

The issue features the Special Section on 'Memory, Community and the New Museum', edited and introduced by Jens Andermann and Silke Arnold-de Simine, and consisting of Arnold-de Simine's article on Libeskind's Jewish Museum and Sebald's Austerlitz, Andermann's on concentration camps in Argentina, and Patrizia Violi on trauma in three different museums.

The issue also includes standard articles by Sylvia Walby on Amartya Sen, Penelope Deutscher's re-reading of Foucault's History of Sexuality vol. 1, and Alistair Bonnett on Ashis Nandy; as well as Gurminder Bhambra's review of Satya Mohanty's edited collection on Colonialism.





TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.

TCS Annual Review 2011 - Out Now!

The TCS Annual Review (28.7-8, Dec 2011), edited by Ryan Bishop and John Phillips, is now available.

This time the AR features sections on 'Secrecy and Transparency', 'Air-Target' and our usual 'Global Public Life' section.

The 'Secrecy and Transparency' section, edited by Clare Birchall, features articles by Geoffrey Bennington, Dave Boothroyd, Clare Birchall, Alexander Galloway, Eva Horn, John Beck, Martin McQuillan, and John Phillips's interview with Sam Weber.

The 'Air-Target' section, edited by Peter Adey, Mark Whitehead and Alison J Williams, includes articles by Derek Gregory, Ben Anderson, Paul K Saint-Amour and Ryan Bishop.

And the 'Global Public Life' section features photo essays on the 20-Kilometer University in Shenzhen and the High Line in New York, commentaries on 'rubbish' and industrialisation, and reviews of Michael Dutton's Beijing Time (by Stephanie Hemelryk Donald) and John Beck's Dirty Wars (by Adam Piette).
TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.

Interview with Adrian Mackenzie and Theo Vurdubakis on Code and Crisis


As a supplement to our Special Issue on Codes and Codings in Crisis (TCS 28.6, Nov 2011), Simon Dawes interviewed Adrian Mackenzie and Theo Vurdubakis on the relationship between code, crisis, performativity and language, as well as some of the other themes explored throughout the issue.



TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.