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Cultural Studies

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Cultural Theory

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and Technologies 13 Gender and Sexuality

3rd Editio n

Understanding Video Games

The Cultural Studies Reader

The Essential Intro ductio n

Edited by Simon During

Simon Egenfeldt-Nielsen, Jonas Heide Smith, and Susana Pajares Tosca

New edition of a Cultural Studies classic collection. This new edition features 21 new pieces. see page 1

This book is essential reading for scholars, gaming enthusiasts, aspiring game designers, and anyone interested in understanding the ways video games are reshaping popular culture and entertainment.

The Design Culture Reader

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Edited by Ben Highmore This Reader explores the boundaries of design to consider the idea that design studies should incorporate the traditional as well as an enlarged view of design, which would include manners, food, interiors and interiority. see page 4

15 Feminist and Women’s Studies 16 Race and Ethnicity 18 Journals 19 Index I NSIDE BACK COVER Order Form

2nd Editio n

The Cybercultures Reader Edited by David Bell and Barbara M. Kennedy Updated and thoroughly revised, this edition of the best-selling T he C ybercultures Reader is an indispensable resource for all those interested in living with and thinking about new technologies. see page 10

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The Cultural Studies Reader Edited by Simon During, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA T he C ultural Studies Reader is the ideal introduction for students. A revised introduction explaining the history and key concerns of cultural studies brings together important articles by leading thinkers to provide an essential guide to the development, key issues and future directions of cultural studies.

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Practicing Culture

Flagging Patriotism

Edited by Craig Calhoun and Richard Sennett, both at New York University, USA

C rises o f Narcissism and A ntiA mericanism

Practicing C ulture seeks to revitalize the field of cultural sociology with an emphasis not on abstract theoretical debates but on showing how to put theoretical sources to work in empirical research. Each of the chapters in this book offer a provocative empirical case study of how culture works in practice and how practice makes and remakes culture. It will prove an essential tool for students and researchers of Cultural Theory, Contemporary Social Theory and Cultural Sociology.

Ella Shohat and Robert Stam, both at New York University

October 2007: 238pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41251-3: US $140.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41250-6: US $39.95 £70.00

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This fully updated third edition includes: • 36 essays including 21 new articles • An editor’s preface succinctly introducing each article with suggestions for further reading • Comprehensive coverage of every major cultural studies method and theory • An updated account of recent developments in the field • Articles on new areas such as culture and nature and the cultures of globalization • New key thinkers such as CLR James, Gilles Deleuze, Antonio Negri and Edward Said, included for the first time A global appeal — T he C ultural Studies Reader is designed to be read around the world and deals with issues relevant to each continent

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American Cultural Studies A n Intro ductio n to A merican C ulture Neil Campbell and Alasdair Kean, both at University of Derby, UK Praise fo r the first editio n:: “Something of a godsend ... As a teaching resource this book is second to none ... Achieves levels of multiplicity rarely, if ever, reached by others.”

March 2007: 576pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37412-5: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37413-2: US $35.95

—-Bo rderlines: Studies in A merican C ulture

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Cultural Studies: A Critical Introduction Simon During, Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, USA

This much-needed update of A merican C ultural Studies takes into account the developments of the last seven years, providing an introduction to the central themes in modern American culture and exploring how these themes can be interpreted.

“essential reading for students studying culture”

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C ultural Studies: A C ritical Introduction is a wideranging and stimulating introduction to the history and theory of Cultural Studies from Leavisism, through the era of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, to the global nature of contemporary Cultural Studies.

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The question “Why do they hate us?” is one of the most oft-cited puzzles of contemporary American affairs, yet it’s not clear to whom “they” or “us” refers, nor even what “hate” means. In this bold new work, Ella Shohat and Robert Stam take apart the “hate discourse” of rightwing politics, placing it in an international context. How, for example, do other nations love themselves, and how is that love connected to their attitudes toward America? Is love of country “monogamous” or can one love many countries? When can a country’s self-love be a symptom of self-hatred? Drawing upon their extensive experience with South American, European, and Middle Eastern societies, the authors have written a long engagement with a problem that refuses to go away. Squarely placed in the fields of postcolonial studies and American studies, Flagging Patriotism considers these complex features of “being patriotic,” and in so doing insists that the idea of patriotism, instead of being rejected or embraced, be accorded the complex identity it possesses. 2006: 408pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97921-4: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97922-1: US $24.95 £60.00

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Almost All Aliens Immigratio n, Race, and C o lo nialism in A merican Histo ry and Identity Paul Spickard, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA A lmost A ll A liens is the most thorough reinterpretation of the shape and meaning of immigration in United States history that has been written in several decades. Drawing on the insights of ethnic studies and the issues raised by new immigration in the last third of the twentieth century, A lmost A ll A liens presents a major new interpretation of a fundamental issue in US history and public policy. June 2007: 432pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93592-0: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93593-7: US $39.95 £60.00

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Witchcraft Myths in American Culture

Framing Celebrity

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New directio ns in celebrity culture

The Citizen Audience

Marion Gibson, University of Exeter, UK

Edited by Su Holmes, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK and Sean Redmond, University of Wellington, Victoria, New Zealand

C ro w ds, Publics, and Individuals

A fascinating examination of how Americans think about and write about witches, from the “real” witches tried and sometimes executed in early New England to modern reimaginings of witches as pagan priestesses, comicstrip heroines, and feminist icons. June 2007: 288pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97978-8: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97977-1: US $24.95

In a world saturated with celebrities in the media, this timely and much-needed collection analyzes the phenomenon, bringing together all new essays which explore celebrity across a range of media, cultural and political contexts. 2006: 384pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37709-6: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37710-2: US $33.95 £70.00

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Celebrity Culture Ellis Cashmore, Staffordshire University, UK

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Profiling Shakespeare Marjorie Garber, Harvard University, USA This collection brings together classic pieces, hard-tofind chapters, and two new essays by the noted Shakespeare scholar and cultural critic. Here, Garber has produced a series of essays at once serious and highly readable, each one ranging broadly across time periods (early modern to postmodern) and touching upon both high and popular culture. February 2008: 328pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96445-6: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96446-3: US $27.95 £60.00

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The Celebrity Culture Reader Edited by P. David Marshall, Northeastern University Boston, USA From the new celebrity culture that has emerged from reality television and the Internet, to the paparazzi-filled endgame of Princess Diana and the bizarre trials and tribulations of Michael Jackson, T he C elebrity C ulture Reader documents the significant role that celebrities occupy in contemporary culture. Combining classic essays and contemporary writings, T he C elebrity C ulture Reader investigates the cultural implications of this complex contemporary phenomenon. 2006: 872pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-33791-5: US $135.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-33792-2: US $44.95 £75.00

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In this fascinating and topical beginners guide, Ellis Cashmore explores the intriguing issue of celebrity culture: its origins, its meaning and its global influence. Covering such varied perspectives as fame addiction, the “celebrification” of politics and celebrity fatigue, Cashmore analyzes the relationship celebrity has with commodification and the consumer society, and investigates the new media and the quest for selfperfection. Including reviews of existing literature, and an outline of key contemporary topics, this absorbing book skilfully explains why we have become so captivated by the lives and loves of the celebrity and, in so doing, presents the clearest, most comprehensive, wideranging, and accessible account of celebrity culture to date. 2006: 320pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37310-4: US $135.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37311-1: US $39.95 £75.00

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Richard Butsch, Rider University, USA In this book, Richard Butsch focuses on the idea of audiences in three modes: as crowds, as publics, and as individuals. Drawing upon his background in the sociology of media and in American studies, he uses three key media momentsthe late 19th early 20th century transition from stage to movies, the rise of radio, and the triumph of television-to examine ways in which audiences have always been understood by the media as political forces. December 2007: 192pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97789-0: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97790-6: US $27.95 £60.00

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Understanding Popular Music Culture Roy Shuker, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Written specifically for students, this introductory textbook explores the history and meaning of rock and popular music. Roy Shuker’s study provides an accessible and comprehensive introduction to the production, distribution, consumption and meaning of popular music and examines the difficulties and debates which surround the analysis of popular culture and popular music.

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This heavily revised and updated third edition includes:

The Cultural Significance of the Child Star

• new case studies on the iPod, downloading, and copyright • the impact of technologies, including on-line delivery and the debates over MP3 and Napster • new chapters on music genres, cover songs and the album canon as well as music retail, radio and the charts • case studies and lyrics of artists such as Robert Johnson, The Who, Fat Boy Slim and The Spice Girls • a comprehensive discography, suggestions for further reading, listening and viewing and a directory of useful websites. With chapter related guides to further reading, listening and viewing, a glossary, and a timeline, this textbook is the ideal introduction for students.

Jane Catherine O’Connor, Wolverhampton University, UK The child star is an iconic figure in Western society representing a growing cultural trend which idolizes, castigates and fetishises the image of the perfect, innocent and beautiful child. In this book, Jane O’Connor explores the paradoxical status of the child star who is both adored and reviled in contemporary society. November 2007: 192pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96157-8: US $95.00 £60.00

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Cultural Studies

The Popular Music Studies Reader

Subcultures

Cell Phone Culture

C ultural Histo ries and So cial Practice

Mo bile Techno lo gy in Everyday Life

Edited by Andy Bennett, University of Surrey, UK, Barry Shank, Ohio State University, USA, and Jason Toynbee, Coventry University, UK

Ken Gelder, University of Melbourne, Australia

Gerard Goggin

Ken Gelder covers a remarkable range of forms and practices across many different subcultural groups: from the Ranters to the riot grrrls, from bebop to hip hop, and from hippies and Bohemians to digital pirates and virtual communities.

T he Popular Music Studies Reader maps the changing nature of popular music over the last decade and considers how popular music studies has expanded and developed to deal with these changes. 2005: 448pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-30710-9: US $43.95

January 2007: 208pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37951-9: US $100.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37952-6: US $26.95

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Global Youth?

The Subcultures Reader

Hybrid Identities, Plural W o rlds Edited by Pam Nilan, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia and Carles Feixa, University of Lleida, Spain Bringing together a diverse group of researchers, this volume presents the first comprehensive review of global youth cultures, practices and identities, and as such is a valuable read for students and researchers of youth studies and sociology.

Edited by Ken Gelder, University of Melbourne Australia. First edition (1997) edited by Ken Gelder University of Melbourne Australia and Sarah Thornton Independent Scholar London UK This revised and updated edition of a hugely successful book brings together the most valuable and stimulating writings on subcultures, from the early work of the Chicago School on “deviant” social groups to the present day research and theories.

2006: 232pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37070-7: US $135.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37071-4: US $44.95 £75.00

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True Crime O bservatio ns o n Vio lence and Mo dernity Mark Seltzer, UCLA The “murder leisure industry,” its media, and its public: these are the subjects of this penetrating look at modern violence and the modern media and the ties that bind them in contemporary life. 2006: 288pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97793-7: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97794-4: US $24.95

Examining an eclectic array of subcultures, from New Age travelers, to comic book fans, T he Reader looks at how they are defined through their social position, styles, sexuality, politics and their music, and this new edition gives expression to the diversity of subcultural identifications, from scenes and “tribes” to the “global underground.” 2005: 656pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-34416-6: US $39.95

A Reader

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Fo rthco ming

Mobile Technologies Fro m Teleco mmunicatio ns to Media Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth Mobile T echnologies—featuring studies from China, Japan, Korea, Italy, Norway, France, Belgium, Britain, and Australia—examines how mobile phones are being incorporated into and, indeed, are changing, contemporary media, charting the social, cultural, creative, and design aspects of mobile media and discussing the development, adoption, use, and consumption of these new technologies. September 2008: 208pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-98986-2: US $95.00 £60.00

An Introduction to Studying Popular Culture

The Meaning o f Style

Domonic Strinati

Dick Hebdige

A n Introduction to Studying Popular C ulture presents a critical assessment of the major ways in which popular culture has been interpreted, and suggests how it may be more usefully studied.

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Edited by Chris Greer

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Subculture

Crime and Media

Interdisciplinary in its conceptual framework, C ell Phone C ulture draws on a wide range of national, regional, and international examples, to carefully explore the new forms of consumption and use of communication and media technology that the phenomenon of mobiles represents. Also reflecting on the challenges and provocations of mobile phone technology and use, this is an absolute must read for any student of media studies, cultural studies or technology.

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Providing the first comprehensive, accessible, and international introduction to cell phone culture and theory, this book is and clear and sophisticated overview of mobile telecommunications, putting the technology in historical and technical context.

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This engaging and timely collection gathers together for the first time key and classic readings in the everexpanding area of crime and media. Accessible yet challenging, and packed with additional pedagogical devices, C rime and Media: A Reader will be an invaluable resource for students and academics studying crime, media, culture, surveillance and control. March 2008: 448pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-42238-3: US $145.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-42239-0: US $42.95 £80.00

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Beyond Subculture Po p, Y o uth and Identity in a Po stco lo nial W o rld Rupa Huq, Kingston University, UK 2006: 232pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-27814-0: US $120.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-27815-7: US $35.95 £65.00

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Sound Moves

The Design Culture Reader

Fashion Theory

iPo d C ulture and Urban Experience

Edited by Ben Highmore, Reader in Media Studies, University of Sussex, UK

A Reader

Michael Bull

Design is part of ordinary, everyday life, to be found in every room in every building in the world. While we may tend to think of design in terms of highly desirable objects, this book encourages us to think about design as ubiquitous (from plumbing to television) and as an agent of social change (from telephones to weapon

This innovative study opens up a new area in sociological and urban studies: the aural experience of the social, mediated through mobile technologies of communication. While we live in a world dominated by visual epistemologies of urban experience, Michael Bull argues that it is not surprising that the Apple iPod, a sound based technology, is the first consumer cultural icon of the twenty-first century. This book, in using the example of the Apple iPod, investigates the way in which we use sound to construct key areas of our daily lives. Through our use of such mobile and largely sound based devices, the book demonstrates how and why the spaces of the city are being transformed right in front of our ears. Series: International Library of Sociology February 2007: 192pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-25751-0: US $96.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-25752-7: US $42.95 £55.00

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The Bureaucracy of Beauty Design in the A ge o f its G lo bal Repro ducibility

systems). T he Design C ulture Reader brings together an international array of writers whose work is of central importance for thinking about design culture in the past, present and future. Essays from philosophers, media and cultural theorists, historians of design, anthropologists, cultural historians, artists and literary critics all demonstrate the enormous potential of design studies for understanding the modern world. Organised in thematic sections, T he Design C ulture Reader explores the social role of design by looking at the impact it has in a number of areas—especially globalization, ecology, and the changing experiences of modern life. Particular essays focus on topics such as design and the senses, design and war and design and technology, while the editor’s introduction to the collection provides a compelling argument for situating design studies at the very forefront of contemporary thought.

Edited by Malcolm Bernard, University of Derby, UK From its beginnings in the fifteenth century, intensified interest in fashion and the study of fashion over the last thirty years has led to a vast and varied literature on the subject. There is now barely a discipline in the humanities or social sciences that does not take a position on what fashion is, what it does and how it works. This collection of essays surveys and contextualises the ways in which a wide range of disciplines, (including sociology, cultural studies, anthropology, fashion history, gender studies and cultural history), have used different theoretical approaches to explain, and sometimes to explain away, the astonishing variety, complexity and beauty of fashion. By collecting together some of the most influential and important writers on fashion and exposing the ideas and theories behind what they say, this unique collection of extracts and essays brings to light the presuppositions involved in the things we think and say about fashion. June 2007: 602pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41339-8: US $150.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41340-4: US $42.95 £85.00

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British Fashion Design Rag Trade o r Image Industry? Angela McRobbie

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“British Fashion Design is a diligent and illumination sociological study of the careers of fashion designers. McRobbie has made out a strong case for attending more closely to cultural production.”

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Arindam Dutta, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA A rich study in the history of ideas, of design and architecture, and of cultural politics, T he Bureaucracy of Beauty converges on the issues of present-day globalization. From nineteenth-century Britain to twenty-first century America, T he Bureaucracy of Beauty offers a theory of how things—big things— change.

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The Fashion Handbook Tim Jackson and David Shaw, both at London College of Fashion, UK T he Fashion Handbook is the indispensable guide to the fashion industry. It explores the varied and diverse aspects of the business, bringing together critical concepts with practical information about the industry’s structure and core skills, as well as offering advice on real working practices and providing information about careers

2006: 352pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97919-1: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97920-7: US $43.95 £60.00

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Stressing the social context of cultural production, McRobbie focuses on British fashion and its graduate designers as products of youth street culture. 1998: 224pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-05781-3: US $33.95 £18.99

Fashion Cultures Theo ries, Explo ratio ns and A nalysis Edited by Stella Bruzzi, Royal Halloway College, UK and Pamela Church Gibson, London College of Fashion, UK Fashion C ultures draws together in one volume the disparate areas of discussion to examine fashion’s relationship to film, photography, commerce and gender politics. 2000: 416pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-20686-0: US $39.95 £21.99

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Food in the USA

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The Fabric of Cultures

A Reader

A National Joke

Fashio n, Identity, G lo balizatio n

Edited by Carole Counihan

Edited by Eugenia Paulicelli, Queens College, USA and Hazel Clark, Parsons The New School of Design, USA

“For anyone who has wondered just what food means to Americans, this volume is indispensable.”

Po pular C o medy and English C ultural Identity

The Fabric of Cultures examines the impact of fashion as a manufacturing industry and as a culture industry that shapes identities of nations and cities in a cross-cultural perspective and within a global framework.

—Darra Goldstein, Editor of G astro no mica: The Jo urnal o f Fo o d and C ulture

The collected essays look into local histories and industries and offer, for the first time, a wide spectrum of case studies which draw on primary sources and focus on a diversity of geographical spaces and places. The uniqueness of the study lies in the fact that it offers essays from all over the world, including the global capitals of fashion such as New York along with investigations into countries less known or identifiable for fashion such as contemporary Greece and Soviet Russia. October 2008: 256pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-77542-7: US $120.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-77543-4: US $33.95 £65.00

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Fashion as Communication Malcolm Barnard 2002: 224pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-26018-3: US $28.95 £15.99

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Food and Culture A Reader

Food and C ulture: A Reader, is a solidly established classroom and reference text for scholars and students across the humanities and social sciences. It has been assigned in courses in anthropology, cultural studies, folklore, food studies, history, literature, philosophy, sociology, archeology, American studies, and more. Food and C ulture remains significant because it demonstrates the centrality of cultural anthropology to the study of food. It is unique in providing an interdisciplinary collection of classic and cutting-edge articles in the field of food and culture studies that combine theory with ethnographic and historical data. December 2007: 464pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97776-0: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97777-7: US $45.95 £55.00

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Crammed full of contemporary British comedy examples, from the music hall tradition to contemporary sitcoms, Andy Medhurst considers how English comedy reflects national concerns with class, race, gender and sexuality and traces the recurrence of themes and structures.

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Diets and Dieting A C ultural Encyclo pedia Sander L. Gilman, Emory University, USA

Examining popular English comedies and comedians in the twentieth century, ranging from the Carry On films to the work of Mike Leigh and contemporary sitcoms such as T he Royle Family, and from George Formby to Alan Bennett and Roy “Chubby” Brown, the book argues that comedy plays a pivotal role in the construction of cultural identity. Part history and part polemic, A National Joke is a book that will not only entertain, it will enlighten and inform any student, scholar, or general reader of our national comedy. November 2007: 240pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-16877-9: US $120.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-16878-6: US $34.95 £60.00

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Gusto

British Cultural Studies

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Edited by Carole Counihan, Millersville University, USA and Penny Van Esterik, York University, Canada

Andy Medhurst, University of Sussex, UK

2002: 400pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93232-5: US $42.99

Diets and dieting have concerned—and sometimes obsessed—human societies for centuries. The dieters’ regime is about many things, among them the control of weight and the body, the politics of beauty, discipline and even selfharm, personal and societal demands for improved health, spiritual harmony with the universe, and ethical codes of existence. In this innovative reference work that spans many periods and cultures, the acclaimed cultural and medical historian Sander Gilman lays out the history of diets and dieting in a fascinating series of articles.

Essential W ritings in Nineteenth-C entury G astro no my

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Graeme Turner

Edited by Denise Gigante, Stanford University, USA

2002: 272pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-25228-7: US $33.95

Foreword by Harold Bloom

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“Gusto is a feast! A brilliant anthology of those 19thcentury texts that made of cuisine a pursuit not merely sensual, but literary and intellectual. Gusto is delightful, delicious, decidedly essential reading.” —Allen S. Weiss, author of Feast and Fo lly and co-editor of French Fo o d

This delicious anthology brings together the major English and French nineteenth-century writings on the arts and pleasures of the table. Included are essays by Grimod de la Reyniére, Brillat-Savarin, Alexandre Dumas, Charles Lamb, William Thackeray and lesserknown works by pseudonymous authors such as Launcelot Sturgeon and Dick Humelbergius Secundus. 2005: 344pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97093-8: US $26.95 £15.99

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Drunk with Glitter Space, C o nsumptio n and Sexual Instability in Mo dern Urban C ulture Gillian Swanson, University of the West of England, UK Drunk with the G litter examines the ways in which urban modernity reshapes "cultural experience." In particular, it explores the ways that categories of sexual identity and behavior were reformulated in relation to the restructuring of urban space and the introduction of new cultures of consumption in a period of modernization.

Comedia Series Editor: David Morely, University of London, UK

Iain W ilkonson, University of Kent, UK

Media, Modernity and Technology

• sexual excitations in World War Two Britain • the identification of the “problem girl” • “distractibility” and “synthetic culture” in postwar Britain • prostitution in new cosmopolitan cultures in the 1950s • Lawrence of Arabia and debates over male homosexuality in the 1950s • the scandalous figure of Stephen Ward in the Profumo Affair. January 2008: 214pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-06130-8: US $140.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-06131-5: US $34.95

David Morley, University of London, UK Clearly structured in five thematic sections this fascinating and readable book, from best-selling author David Morley, presents a set of interlinked essays which discuss and examine the key debates in the fields of media and cultural studies. 2006: 288pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-33341-2: US $120.00

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David Parker, University of Nottingham, UK International and interdisciplinary, this important book provides a clear, user-friendly introduction to contemporary debates on urban life. It explores the concepts and methodologies through which sociology, cultural studies and cultural geography are coming to terms with the changing configurations of space, time and social relations in cities. May 2008: 224pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-38273-1: US $120.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-38272-4: US $30.95 £65.00

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This two-volume collection of classic essays focuses on the theoretical frameworks that informed the work of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham, the methodologies and working practices that the Centre developed for conducting academic research and examples of the “grounded studies” carried out under the auspices of the Centre. Volume 1: December 2007: 640pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-32440-3: US $200.00 Volume 2: December 2007: 768pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-32441-0: US $200.00 £110.00

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Chris Jenks

Kevin Hetherington, Open University, UK

Miriam Greenberg, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

C apitalism’s Eye is an extremely ambitious cultural history of how people experienced commodities in the era of industrial expansion. Writing against the dominant argument that the “society of the spectacle” emerged fully formed in the midnineteenth century, Hetherington explains that the emergence of a culture of mass consumption dominated by visual experience was a much slower process, not truly ascendant until after the First World War. Looking at the department stores, home life, and the great exhibitions around the turn of the last century, C apitalism’s Eye promises to transform how we understand both the cultural history of capitalism in America and Europe and the historical roots of the mediated spectacle that dominates our world today.

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Branding New Y ork traces the rise of New York City as a brand and the resultant transformation of urban politics and public life. Greenberg shows that the branding of New York was not simply a marketing tool; rather it was a political strategy meant to legitimatize market-based solutions over social objectives. February 2008: 256pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-95441-9: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-95442-6: US $29.95 £50.00

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Cosmopolitanism and Belonging Fro m Euro pean Integratio n to G lo bal Ho pes and Fears Craig Calhoun, New York University, USA The book reviews recent cosmopolitan thinking and theorizing from the perspective of the twenty-first century. It queries the social bases of cosmopolitanism and evaluates how cosmopolitan theories may be biased. May 2008: 224pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-40545-4: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-40546-1: US $39.95

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Media & Cultural Theory James Curran and David Morley, University of London, UK Containing new thinking and original surveys, Media and C ultural T heory brings together leading international scholars to address key issues and debates within media and cultural studies. Ideal as a course reader, with each essay covering a different major area or advance in original research, Media and C ultural T heory is global in its reach. Through its engagement with broad questions, it is an invaluable book that can be applied to the studies of media and cultural studies students the English-speaking world over. 2005: 288pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-31705-4: US $34.95 £18.99

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Consumption and Everyday Life

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Mark Paterson, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK Series: The New Sociology 2005: 264pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-35507-0: US $30.95

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T he Routledge C ompanion to C ritical T heory is an indispensable aid for anyone approaching this exciting field of study for the first time.

Non-Representational Theory Space, Po litics, A ffect Nigel Thrift, University of Warwick, UK This astonishing book presents a distinctive approach to the politics of everyday life. Ranging across a variety of spaces in which politics and the political unfold, it questions what is meant by perception, representation and practice, with the aim of valuing the fugitive practices that exist on the margins of the known. A groundbreaking and comprehensive introduction to this key topic, Thrift’s outstanding work brings together further writings from a body of work that has come to be known as non-representational theory. Thrift’s noteworthy book makes a significant contribution to the literature in this area and is essential reading for researchers and postgraduates in the fields of social theory, sociology, geography, anthropology and cultural studies. October 2007: 326pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-39320-1: US $140.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-39321-8: US $42.95 £70.00

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The Routledge Critical and Cultural Theory Reader Edited by Neil Badmington and Julia Thomas, both at Cardiff University, UK Everything is open to question. Nothing is sacred. Critical and cultural theory invites a rethinking of some of our most basic assumptions about who we are, how we behave, and how we interpret the world around us. T he Routledge C ritical and C ultural T heory Reader brings together 29 key pieces from the last century and a half that have shaped the field. Topics include: subjectivity, language, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, the body, the human, class, culture, everyday life, literature, psychoanalysis, technology, power, and visuality. August 2008: 640pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-43308-2: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-43309-9: US $39.95 £70.00

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The Contemporary Bauman Edited by Anthony Elliott, Flinders University, Australia

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This text covers Bauman’s contribution to sociology and social theory. This ideal teaching text analyzes Bauman’s shift from a sociology of postmodernity to liquid modernity, this book provides a critical assessment of the contemporary Bauman, appraising his novel theory of liquid modernity in terms of its implications for selfidentity, interpersonal relationships, culture, communications, and the broad-ranging institutional transformations associated with globalization.

An Introduction to Theories of Popular Culture

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Fully cross referenced throughout, the book encompasses manageable introductions to important ideas followed by a dictionary of terms and thinkers which students are likely to encounter. Series: Routledge Companions 2006: 312pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-33295-8: US $100.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-33296-5: US $29.95 £55.00

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Organs without Bodies Deleuze and C o nsequences Slavoj Zˇizˇ ek “From now on all readings of Deleuze will have to take a detour through this important—even necessary—book.” —Joan Copjec, author of Imagine There’s No W o man 2003: 232pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96921-5: US $24.95 £14.99

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Specters of Marx The State o f the Debt, the W o rk o f Mo urning and the New Internatio nal

The Location of Culture Homi K. Bhabha “Bhabha is that rare thing, a reader of enormous subtlety and wit, a theorist of uncommon power. His work is a landmark in the exchange between ages, genres and cultures; the colonial, post-colonial, modernist and postmodern. “

Jacques Derrida “One of Derrida’s best books.” —-New Statesman and So ciety

In 1993, a conference was organized around the question, “Whither Marxism?,” and Derrida was invited to open the proceedings. His plenary address, “Specters of Marx,” delivered in two parts, forms the basis of this book. Hotly debated when it was first published, a rapidly changing world and world politics have scarcely dented the relevance of this book. Series: Routledge Classics 2006: 288pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-38957-0: US $19.95 £10.99

In Other Worlds Essays In C ultural Po litics Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak

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Theodor Adorno Ross Wilson, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, UK The range of Adorno’s achievement, and the depth of his insights, is breathtaking and daunting. His work on literary, artistic, and musical forms, his devastating indictment of modern industrial society, and his profound grasp of Western culture from Homer to Hollywood have made him one of the most significant figures in twentieth-century thought. This Routledge C ritical T hinkers guide will equip readers with the tools required to critically interpret Adorno’s major works, while also introducing readers to his interpretation of classical German philosophy and his relationship to the most significant of his contemporaries. Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers December 2007: 160pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41819-5: US $19.95

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Paul Virilio

In this remarkable work written 50 years ago, Adorno showcases the dangers inherent in modern obsessions with consumption.

Ian James, University of Cambridge, UK

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Preface by the author In this classic work, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, one of the leading and most influential cultural theorists working today, analyzes the relationship between language, women and culture in both Western and non-Western contexts. Developing an original integration of powerful contemporary methodologies—deconstruction, Marxism and feminism—Spivak turns this new model on major debates in the study of literature and culture, thus ensuring that In O ther W orlds has become a valuable tool for studying our own and other worlds of culture. Series: Routledge Classics 2006: 440pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-38956-3: US $22.95

Paul Virilio is a challenging and original thinker whose work on technology, state power and war is increasingly relevant today. Exploring Virilio’s main texts from their political and historical contexts, and case studies from contemporary culture and media in order to explain his philosophical concepts, Ian James introduces the key themes in Virlio’s work. Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers September 2007: 160pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-35963-4: US $100.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-35964-1: US $21.95 £

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Manuel C astells and Do nna Haraw ay

Edited by David Bell, University of Leeds, UK and Barbara M. Kennedy, University of Staffordshire, UK

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This new, updated, and thoroughly revised edition of the bestselling T he C ybercultures Reader, includes specially selected contemporary articles by key thinkers in the expanding field of cybercultures studies.

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Homi K. Bhabha David Huddart, Chinese University of Hong Kong Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers 2005: 192pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-32824-1: US $19.95 £1

Jacques Derrida Nicholas Royle Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers 2003: 208pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-22931-9: US $19.95

With general and thematic section introductions, a full bibliography and user guide, this edition is an indispensable resource for all those interested in living with and thinking about new technologies. October 2007 Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41068-7: US $135.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41067-0: US $35.95 £75.00

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An Introduction to Cyberculture David Bell, University of Leeds, UK A companion volume to T he C ybercultures Reader, A n Introduction to C yberculture introduces students to all the major themes and concepts in this rapidly-growing field.

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In Zero C omments, internationally renowned media theorist and “net critic” Geert Lovink revitalizes worn out concepts about the Internet and interrogates the latest hype surrounding blogs and social network sites. In this third volume of his studies into critical Internet culture, following the influential Dark Fiber and My First Recession, Lovink develops a “general theory of blogging.” He unpacks the ways that blogs exhibit a “nihilist impulse” to empty out established meaning structures. Blogs, Lovink argues, are bringing about the decay of traditional broadcast media, and they are driven by an in-crowd dynamic in which social ranking is a primary concern. The lowest rung of the new Internet hierarchy are those blogs and sites that receive no user feedback or “zero comments.” Zero C omments also explores other important changes to Internet culture, as well, including the silent globalization of the Net in which the West is no longer the main influence behind new media culture, as countries like India, China and Brazil expand their influence and looks forward to speculate on the Net impact of organized networks, free cooperation and distributed aesthetics. August 2007: 256pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97315-1: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97316-8: US $27.95 £60.00

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Tony Myers Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers 2003: 160pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-26265-1: US $19.95 £11.99

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Cyberculture: The Key Concepts David J. Bell, University of Leeds, UK Brian D Loader, Nicholas Pleace and Douglas Schuler Fully cross-referenced and with suggestions for further reading, this is the only A-Z guide available on this subject, this book provides a wide-ranging, up-to-date overview of the fast-changing and important world of cyberculture. 2004: 232pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-24754-2: US $26.95 £14.99

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C o mmunicatio ns Self-Regulatio n in the A ge o f Internet C o nvergence

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This lucid and engaging introduction guides the reader through the world of videogaming, providing a history of the videogame, from its origins in the computer lab to its contemporary status as a global entertainment industry.

Damian Tambini, London School of Economics, UK, Danilo Leonardi University of Oxford, UK and Chris Marsden Can the Internet regulate itself? Faced with a range of “harms” and conflicts associated with the new media— from gambling to pornography—many governments have resisted the temptation to regulate, opting instead to encourage media providers to develop codes of conduct and technical measures to regulate themselves.

Codifying Cyberspace looks at media self-regulation in practice, in a variety of countries. It also examines the problems of balancing private censorship against fundamental rights to freedom of expression and privacy for media users. This book is the first full-scale study of self-regulation and codes of conduct in these fast-moving new media sectors and is the result of a three-year Oxford University study funded by the European Commission. February 2008: 336pp Hb: ISBN13 978-1-84472-145-0: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-1-84472-144-3: US $35.95 £65.00

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Simon Egenfeldt-Nielsen, Jonas Heide Smith, and Susana Pajares Tosca, all at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark Today millions of people around the world are playing video games at any given time. From Pong to Playstation 2 and beyond, Understanding V ideo G ames is the first general introduction to the burgeoning field of video game studies—it traces the history of the medium, introduces the major theories developed to analyze video games, examines the core elements of game design, and addresses the major debates surrounding the medium. Authored by members of the Center for Computer Games Research, described by T he New Y ork T imes as the “hub” of game studies research, this book is essential reading for scholars, gaming enthusiasts, aspiring game designers, and anyone interested in understanding the ways video games are reshaping popular culture and entertainment. February 2008: 304pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97720-3: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97721-0: US $27.95

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Everyday eBay C ulture, C o llecting, and Desire Edited by Ken Hillis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, Michael Petit Duke University, USA, and Nathan Scott Epley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA Everyday eBay is the first scholarly analysis of the internet marketplace that has become a global social, cultural and economic phenomenon. The eighteen new and classic essays gathered here examine eBay from a wide variety of perspectives as a bellwether of taste and material culture; as a rich site of cultural, racial, and sexual discourse and practice; as an emergent media form; and as a facilitator of global consumerism. From old toys steeped in nostalgia to “rare” limited edition shoes, the contributors demonstrate that value on eBay is never simply about “price.” 2006: 328pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97435-6: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97436-3: US $24.95

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Steven E. Jones Loyola University, Chicago, USA This book is the first to examine video games—an increasingly significant form of cultural expression— from the perspective of textual studies. Steven E. Jones demonstrates here that textual studies—which grows historically out of ancient questions of textual recension, multiple versions, production, reproduction, and reception—can fruitfully be applied to the study of video games.

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Against Technology Fro m the Luddites to Neo -Luddism Steven E. Jones, Loyola University, Chicago, USA This book addresses the question of what it might mean today to be a Luddite—that is, to take a stand against technology. Steven Jones here explains the history of the Luddites, British textile works who, from around 1811, proclaimed themselves followers of “Ned Ludd” and smashed machinery they saw as threatening their trade. A gainst T echnology is not a history of the Luddites, but a history of an idea: how the activities of a group of British workers in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire came to stand for a global antitechnology philosophy, and how an anonymous collective movement came to be identified with an individualistic personal conviction. Angry textile workers in the early nineteenth century became romantic symbols of a desire for a simple life—certainly not the original goal of the actions for which they became famous. A gainst T echnology is, in other words, a book about representations, about the image and the myth of the Luddites and how that myth was transformed over time into modern neo-Luddism. 2006: 288pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97867-5: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97868-2: US $24.95 £60.00

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Cyberculture, New Media and Technologies

Cultural Studies 2008

The Human Factor New Series

Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture

C yberspace and C ivil So ciety

Revo lutio nizing the W ay Peo ple Live w ith Techno lo gy

Zixue Tai, Southern Illinois University, USA

Kim Vicente, University of Toronto, Canada

The Internet in China

Routledge Studies in New Media and C yberculture is dedicated to furthering original research in new media and cyberculture studies. International in scope, the series places an emphasis on cutting edge scholarship and interdisciplinary methodology.

The rapid growth of the Internet has been enthusiastically embraced by the Chinese government, but the government has also rushed to seize control of the virtual environment. T he Internet in C hina examines the cultural and political ramifications of the Internet for Chinese society.

Decoding Liberation The Pro mise o f Free and O pen So urce So ftw are Samir Chopra and Scott Dexter, both at City University of New York, USA This book provides a synoptic perspective on the relationships between free software and freedom. The book focuses on five main themes: • emancipatory potential of technology • social liberties

Series: Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture 2006: 320pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97655-8: US $95.00

Virtual English Internet Use, Language and G lo bal Subjects

“Kim Vicente puts human simplicity back into technology.” —TIME Magazine

In this incessantly readable, groundbreaking work, Vincente makes vividly clear how we can bridge the widening gap between people and technology. He investigates every level of human activity—from simple matters such as our hand-eye coordination to complex human systems such as government regulatory agencies, and why businesses would benefit from making consumer goods easier to use. He shows us why we all have a vital stake in reforming the aviation industry, the health industry, and the way we live day-to-day with technology. 2006: 368pp Pb: 0-415-97891-2 ISBN13 978-0-415-97891-0: US $24.95 £14.99

Jillana Enteen, Northwestern University, USA Series: Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture

• the facilitation of creativity • the objectivity of computing as a scientific practice • the role of software in a cyborg world It also asks: what are the freedoms of free software, and how are they manifested? As free software continues to be hyped, this book demonstrates that the hype is well-founded and yet too narrowly focused: free software promises to transform not only technology but society as well.

V irtual English examines English language communication on the World Wide Web, focusing on Internet practices crafted by underserved communities in the US and overlooked participants in several Asian Diaspora communities. Series: Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture August 2008: 224pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97724-1: US $95.00

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Cyberactivism O nline A ctivism in Theo ry and Practice Edited by Martha McCaughey and Michael D. Ayers 2003: 320pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-94320-8: US $27.95 £15.99

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Cybertypes Race, Ethnicity, and Identity o n the Internet Lisa Nakamura 2002: 192pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93837-2: US $22.95 £17.99

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Racing Cyberculture Mino ritarian A rt and C ultural Po litics o n the Internet

Hacktivism and Cyberwars

Christopher McGahan, Yeshiva University, USA

Rebels w ith a C ause?

Racing C yberculture explores new media art that challenges the “race-blind” myth of cyberspace. The particular cultural workers whose productions are addressed are the performance and installation artist Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Roberto Sifuentes, the UK new media arts collective Mongrel, the conceptual artists and composer Keith Obadike, and the multimedia artist Prema Murthy. The author looks at how works by these artists bring forward questions of racial and cultural identity as they intersect with information technology.

Tim Jordan and Paul Taylor

Series: Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture September 2007: 320pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97656-5: US $95.00

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Modest_Witness@Second_ Millennium.FemaleMan_Meets_ OncoMouse Feminism and Techno science Donna J. Haraway 1997: 376pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-91245-7: US $34.95 £17.99

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Cyberculture, New Media and Technologies

Gender and Sexuality

Peace, War and Computers Chris Hables Gray

Gender and Sexuality

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The Caveman Mystique Po p-Darw inism and the Debates O ver Sex, Vio lence, and Science

2004: 240pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-92886-1: US $27.95 £16.99

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The Science Studies Reader

2nd Editio n

Martha McCaughey, Appalachian State University, USA

White Weddings

Has evolution made men promiscuous skirt chasers? Pop-Darwinian claims about men’s irrepressible heterosexuality have become increasingly common, and increasingly common excuses for men’s sexual aggression. T he C aveman Mystique traces such claims about the hairier sex through evolutionary science and popular culture. After outlining the social and historical context of the rise of pop-Darwinism’s assertions about male sexuality and their appeal to many men, Martha McCaughey shows how evolutionary discourse can get lived out as the biological truth of male sexuality.

Ro mancing Hetero sexuality in Po pular C ulture

Edited by Mario Biagioli 1999: 500pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-91868-8: US $55.00

Chrys Ingraham, SUNY, Purchase, USA

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Praise fo r fist editio n:

Simians, Cyborgs, and Women

“Anyone who finds the idyllic ending ‘And they lived happily ever after’ worthy of a good eyerolling and a dose of cynicism will savor reading [this book]. Written from a sociological perspective, Ingraham ‘lifts the veil’ on the wedding industry and systematically rips apart the classist, racist, and heterosexist seams holding this outfit together.”

The Reinventio n o f Nature

—Cultural Studies

Donna J. Haraway

“Ingraham’s topic is a fascinating one...Recommended for use in...Marriage and Family and Gender classes, as well as for your own reading pleasure. It is wellwritten, interesting and insightful. I learned a lot from it and I am exceedingly pleased that my students did as well.”

October 2007: 224pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93474-9: US $90.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93475-6: US $25.95

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Primate Visions G ender, Race, and Nature in the W o rld o f Mo dern Science Donna J. Haraway 1990: 496pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90294-6: US $37.95 £22.99

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1990: 312pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90387-5: US $29.95 £14.99

The Cyborg Handbook Chris Gray 1995: 568pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90849-8: US $36.00

This is a groundbreaking study of our culture’s obsession with weddings. By examining popular films, commercials, magazines, advertising, television sitcoms and even children’s toys, this book shows the pervasive influence of weddings in our culture and the important role they play in maintaining the romance of heterosexuality, the myth of white supremacy and the insatiable appetite of consumer capitalism. It examines how the economics and marketing of weddings have replaced the religious and moral view of marriage.

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The Haraway Reader Donna Haraway 2003: 432pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96688-7: US $105.00 £65.00

Bodies in Code Interfaces w ith Digital Media Mark B. N. Hansen, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA 2006: 256pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97016-7: US $29.95 £15.99

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Since the publication of the first edition, the wedding industrial complex has expanded dramatically from $32 billion in annual revenue to more than $120 billion, and this is given full coverage and attention. Gay marriage and its relationship to white weddings and heterosexuality is also featured, as are the large number of wedding television and internet sites. Finally, demographics shifts as to who is marrying whom and why, nationally and internationally, is also covered.

Bringing together insights from the fields of science studies, body studies, feminist theory and queer theory, T he C aveman Mystique offers a fresh understanding of science, science popularization, and the impact of science on men’s identities making a convincing case for deconstructing, rather than defending, the caveman. £50.00

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Sexing the Soldier The Po litics o f G ender and the C o ntempo rary British A rmy Rachel Woodward, Newcastle University, UK and Trish Winter, University of Sunderland, UK Sexing the Soldier takes a critical look at the policies and practices that shape gender relations and identities in the contemporary British Army, and the political and practical consequences of this. Drawing on original research, this informative volume discusses how being a soldier in the Army is influenced by discourses on gender which promote specific ideas about what men and women are, what they do and what they can be. September 2007: 148pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-39256-3: US $135.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-39255-6: US $42.95 £75.00

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Cultures of Masculinity Tim Edwards, University of Leicester, UK 2005: 192pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-28481-3: US $42.95 £23.99

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Gender and Sexuality

Cultural Studies 2008

Introducing the New Sexuality Studies

Gender Outlaw

The End of Gender

O n Men, W o men and the Rest o f Us

A Psycho lo gical A uto psy

O riginal Essays and Interview s

Kate Bornstein

Shari L. Thurer

Steven Seidman, SUNY at Albany, USA, Nancy Fischer, Augsburg College, USA, and Chet Meeks, Georgia State University, USA

1994: 224pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90897-9: US $40.00

Breaking new ground, both substantively and stylistically, this book offers students, academics and researchers an accessible, engaging introduction and overview of the emerging field of sexuality studies. 2006: 498pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-39900-5: US $42.95

“This erudite review of multiple enactments of gender in the wake of ‘pomo,’ or postmodern, theory is an impressive tour de force...A wideranging, intelligent analysis that can serve as an introduction to the issues while also making its own, unique contribution.”

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Imperial Leather Race, G ender, and Sexuality in the C o lo nial C o ntest Anne McClintock 1995: 464pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90890-0: US $39.95

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The Transgender Studies Reader Edited by Susan Stryker, Stanford University and Stephen Whittle, Manchester Metropolitan University Transgender studies is the latest area of academic inquiry to grow out of the exciting nexus of queer theory, feminist studies, and the history of sexuality. Because transpeople challenge our most fundamental assumptions about the relationship between bodies, desire, and identity, the field is both fascinating and contentious. T he T ransgender Studies Reader puts between two covers fifty influential texts with new introductions by the editors that, taken together, document the evolution of transgender studies in the English-speaking world. 2006: 768pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-94708-4: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-94709-1: US $39.95

The Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader

Sex on the Couch W hat Freud Still Has To Teach Us A bo ut Sex and G ender

Edited by Henry Abelove, Michele Aina Barale and David M. Halperin

Richard Boothby

1993: 688pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90519-0: US $45.00

2005: 280pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97414-1: US $22.95

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Thinking Straight

Beyond the Closet

The Po w er, Pro mise and Parado x o f Hetero sexuality

The Transfo rmatio n o f G ay and Lesbian Life Steven Seidman

Edited by Chrys Ingraham

2003: 256pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93207-3: US $29.95

2004: 256pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93273-8: US $36.95

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Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life

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Marjorie Garber

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Female Homosexuality in the Middle East

The Culture of Queers

Histo ries and Representatio ns Samar Habib

Richard Dyer

This book dares to probe the biggest taboo in contemporary Arab culture with the very first in-depth study of female homosexual relations in Arabicspeaking and neighbouring countries. July 2007: 216pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-95673-4: US $95.00

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Feminist and Women’s Studies

Feminist and Women’s Studies

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The Sexual Politics of Time C o nfessio n, No stalgia, Memo ry

Judith Butler

Excitable Speech A Po litics o f the Perfo rmative

“Butler is a highly theoretical, sophisticated, and original thinker.” —Religio us Studies Review

Gender Trouble Feminism and the Subversio n o f Identity Judith Butler “Rereading this book, as well as reading it for the first time, reshapes the categories through which we experience and perform our lives and bodies. To be troubled in this way is an intellectual pleasure and a political necessity.”

Judith Butler “Excitable Speech offers a thoughtful consideration of the ways in which speech and speaking are used by all points on the political spectrum to further political ends.” —The Bay G uardian 1997: 200pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-91588-5: US $34.95

Bodies That Matter O n the Discursive Limits o f “Sex” Judith Butler 1993: 304pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90366-0: US $34.95

—Donna Haraway

One of the most talked-about scholarly works of the past fifty years, Judith Butler’s G ender T rouble is as celebrated as it is controversial. Thrilling and provocative, few other academic works have roused passions to the same extent. Series: Routledge Classics 2006: 272pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-38955-6: US $19.95

Undoing Gender Judith Butler 2004: 288pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96923-9: US $38.95

Susannah Radstone, Reader at University of East London, UK Looking at a diverse range of texts including Marilyn French’s T he W omen’s Room, Philip Roth’s Patrimony, the writings of Walter Benjamin and Fredric Jameson, and films such as C inema Paradiso, Susannah Radstone argues that though time has been foregrounded in theories of postmodernism, those theories have ignored the question of time and sexual difference. T he Sexual Politics of T ime proposes that the contemporary western world has witnessed a shift from the age of confession to the era of memory. In a series of chapters on confession, nostalgia, the “memories of boyhood” film and the memoir, Susannah Radstone sets out to complicate this claim. Developing her argument through psychoanalytic theory, she proposes that an attention to time and sexual difference raises questions not only about the analysis and characterization of texts, but also about how cultural epochs are mapped through time. February 2008: 254pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-06690-7: US $140.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-06691-4: US $34.95 £70.00

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Violent Femmes W o men as Spies in Po pular C ulture

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Rosie White, Northumbria University, UK

Judith Butler

The female spy has long exerted a strong grip on the popular imagination. With reference to popular fiction, film and television V iolent Femmes examines the figure of the female spy as a nexus of contradictory ideas about femininity, power, sexuality and national identity. Fictional representations of women as spies have recurrently traced the dynamic of women’s changing roles in British and American culture. Employing the central trope of women who work as spies, Rosie White examines cultural shifts during the twentieth century regarding the role of women in the professional workplace.

Sexual Po litics, So cial C hange and the Po w er o f the Perfo rmative Gill Jagger, University of Hull, UK Judith Butler’s work on gender, sexuality, identity, and the body has proved massively influential across a range of academic disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Yet it is also notoriously difficult to access. This key book provides a comprehensive introduction to Butler’s work, plus a critical examination of it and its precursors, both feminist, and non-feminist. Clearly laid out to cover key themes for a student audience, this key text will be an essential read for undergraduates in the fields of gender, psychoanalysis and sociology. February 2008: 192pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-21974-7: US $110.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-21975-4: US $35.95

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V iolent Femmes examines the female spy as a figure in popular discourse which simultaneously conforms to cultural stereotypes and raises questions about women’s roles in British and American culture, in terms of gender, sexuality and national identity. November 2007: 166pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37077-6: US $124.95 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37078-3: US $44.95 £65.00

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Feminist and Women’s Studies

Race and Ethnicity

Cultural Studies 2008

New

Wonder Women

Encounters in the Virtual Feminist Museum

Feminisms and Superhero es

Time, Space and the A rchive

2004: 168pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96632-0: US $21.95

Race and Ethnicity

Lillian Robinson

bell hooks “[hooks] made a choice to write for the largest possible audience, to change the greatest number of lives.” —Times Higher Educatio n Supplement

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Continuing her feminist reconceptualization of the ways we can experience and study the visual arts, world renowned art historian and cultural analyst, Griselda Pollock proposes a series of new encounters through virtual exhibitions with art made by women over the twentieth century. Challenging the dominant museum models of art and history that have been so exclusive of women’s artistic contributions to the twentieth century, the virtual feminist museum stages some of the complex relations between femininity, modernity and representation.

Je, Tu, Nous To w ards a C ulture o f Difference

Outlaw Culture

Luce Irigaray, Centre National de Recherche Scientifique, Paris

bell hooks

Exploring women’s experiences of motherhood, abortion, the AIDS crisis and the beauty industry, this book presents one of the most important thinkers of our day in her own words.

Griselda Pollock draws on the models of both Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas and Freud’s private museum of antiquities as well as Ettinger’s concept of subjectivity as encounter to propose a differencing journey through time, space and archive. Featuring studies of Canova’s Three Graces and women artist’s modernist reclamations of the female body, the book traverses the rupture of fascism and the Holocaust and ponders the significance of painting and drawing in their aftermath. Artists featured include: Georgia O’Keeffe, Josephine Baker, Gluck, Charlotte Salomon, Bracha Ettinger and Christine Taylor Patten. January 2008: 272pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41373-2: US $149.95 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-41374-9: US $44.95

Resisting Representatio ns

Series: Routledge Classics February 2007: 144pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-77198-6: US $17.95

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Loving with a Vengeance Mass Pro duced Fantasies fo r W o men Tania Modleski, University of Southern California, USA

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According to the W ashington Post, no one who cares about contemporary AfricanAmerican cultures can ignore bell hooks’ electrifying feminist explorations. Targeting cultural icons as diverse as Madonna and Spike Lee, O utlaw C ulture presents a collection of essays that pulls no punches. As hooks herself notes, interrogations of popular culture can be a “powerful site for intervention, challenge and change.” And intervene, challenge and change is what hooks does best. Series: Routledge Classics 2006: 320pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-38958-7: US $19.95

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What a Girl Wants? Fantasizing the Reclamatio n o f Self in Po stfeminism Diane Negra, University of East Anglia, UK W hat a G irl W ants holds up a mirror to the contemporary female subject who finds herself the target of contemporary advertisers. Centralized in commodity culture to a largely unprecedented degree at a time when Hollywood romantic comedies, chicklit, and female-centered primetime TV dramas compete for her attention and spending power. Across the range of the female life cycle, girls and women of every age are now invited to celebrate their empowerment in a culture that sometimes seems dedicated to gratifying their every desire. This book asks why, at a moment of widespread and intense hype about the spectrum of female options, choices and pleasures available, so few women actually seem to find cause for celebration. August 2008: 256pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-45227-4: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-45228-1: US $34.95

Upon its first publication, Loving with a V engeance was a groundbreaking study of women readers and their relationship to mass-market romance fiction. Feminist scholar and cultural critic Tania Modleski has revisited her widely read book, bringing to this new edition a review of the issues that have, in the intervening years, shaped and reshaped questions of women’s reading. With her trademark acuity and understanding of the power both of the mass-produced object—film, television, or popular literature—and the complex workings of reading and reception, she offers here a framework for thinking about one of popular culture’s central issues. This edition includes a new introduction, a new chapter, and changes throughout the existing text.

Race, Sex, and C lass at the Mo vies bell hooks 1996: 256pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-91824-4: US $29.95

Teaching to Transgress Educatio n as the Practice o f Freedo m bell hooks 1994: 224pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-90808-5: US $25.95

Teaching Community A Pedago gy o f Ho pe bell hooks 2003: 216pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96818-8: US $22.95

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bell hooks

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Reel To Real

this bridge we call home

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radical visio ns fo r transfo rmatio n

Feminist Theory Reader Lo cal and G lo bal Perspectives Edited by Carole McCann and Seung-kyung Kim

Edited by Gloria Anzaldúa and AnaLouise Keating 2002: 624pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-93682-8: US $24.95 £17.99

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Where We Stand C lass Matters bell hooks 2000: 160pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-92913-4: US $19.95

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Race and Ethnicity

The Chicana/o Cultural Studies Reader Edited by Angie Chabram-Dernersesian, University of California, Davis The first and only book of its kind, T he C hicana/o C ultural Studies Reader brings together key writings from experts and contributors in this newly-emerging field. This book will be a vital addition to all courses on Chicana/o cultural studies and Latin American studies.

Progressive Black Masculinities?

Multiculturalism and the Jews

Edited by Athena D. Mutua, University of Buffalo Law School, New York, USA

Sander Gilman, Emory University, USA

Progressive Black Masculinities brings together leading black cultural critics including Michael Eric Dyson, Mark Anthony Neal, and Patricia Hill Collins to examine an alternatively demonized and mythologized black masculinity. 2006: 320pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97686-2: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97687-9: US $27.95 £60.00

2005: 552pp Pb: 0-415-23516-2 ISBN13 978-0-415-23516-7: US $43.95

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In this powerful and wide-ranging study, Sander Gilman explores the idea of “the multicultural” in the contemporary world, a question he frames as the question of the relationship between Jews and Muslims. How do Jews define themselves, and how are they in turn defined, within the context of current global struggles? 2006: 288pp Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97917-7: US $95.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97918-4: US $24.95 £60.00

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The Black Studies Reader New

Edited by Jacqueline Bobo, Cynthia Hudley and Claudine Michel

The Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Reader

2004: 504pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-94554-7: US $39.95 £19.99

Edited by Kuan-Hsing Chen and Beng Huat Chua

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A collection of groundbreaking essays from the highly respected journal, the reader provides useful alternative case studies and challenging perspectives bringing Asian cultural studies to the international English-speaking world. June 2007: Hb: ISBN13 978-0-415-43134-7: US $125.00 Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-43135-4: US $39.95

Look, a Negro! Philo so phical Essays o n Race, C ulture, and Po litics Robert Gooding-Williams, University of Chicago 2005: 200pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97416-5: US $24.95 £15.99

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Black Sexual Politics £24.99

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A frican A mericans, G ender, and the New Racism Patricia Hill Collins

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White Victims, Black Villains G ender, Race, and C rime New s in US C ulture Carol A. Stabile, University of Wisconsin, USA W hite V ictims, Black V illainstraces how race and gender have combined in news media narratives about crime and violence in US culture. The book argues that the criminalization of African Americans in US culture has been most consistently and effectively legitimized by news media deeply invested in protecting and maintaining white supremacy. An illuminating, and often shocking text, W hite V ictims, Black V illains should be read by anyone interested in race and politics. 2006: 256pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-37492-7: US $35.95 £19.99

Selling Black Entertainment Televisio n Beretta E. Smith-Shomade, University of Arizona, USA Launched in 1980, cable network Black Entertainment Television (BET) has helped make blackness visible and profitable at levels never seen prior in the TV industry. In 2000, BET was sold by founder Robert L. Johnson, a former cable lobbyist, to media giant Viacom for 2.33 billion dollars. This book explores the legacy of BET: what the network has provided to the larger US television economy, and, more specifically, to its target AfricanAmerican demographic. September 2007: 256pp Pb: 0-415-97679-0 ISBN13 978-0-415-97679-4: US $24.95 £14.99

2nd Editio n

White

Black Feminist Thought

Essays o n Race and C ulture

Kno w ledge, C o nscio usness, and the Po litics o f Empo w erment

Richard Dyer 1997: 284pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-09537-2: US $31.95 £15.99

Patricia Hill Collins

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Mark Anthony Neal “One of the most brilliant cultural critics of his generation... Neal writes gracefully, thinks sharply, speaks cogently and is old school and new school at once. He’s my favorite cultural critic and one hip brother.”

Journals

Culture and Religion Editor: Professor Malory Nye, Al-Maktoum, Dundee, UK Volume 9, 2008, 3 issues per year

—Michael Eric Dyson, C hicago Sun-Times

African Identities

New Black Man

Editors: Abebe Zegeye, University of South Africa, South Africa and Pal Ahluwalia, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Editors: Lawrence Grossberg and Della Pollock, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University, USA

Volume 6, 2008, 2 issues per year

Volume 22, 2008, 6 issues per year

Angelaki

Culture, Theory and Critique

Jo urnal o f the Theo retical Humanities

Editors: Greg Hainge, University of Queensland, Australia; Richard King, Mark Millington, Jon Simons and Lisa Walsh, all at the University of Nottingham, UK; and Mireille Rosello, Northwestern University, USA

“Neal is refreshingly honest in his attempt to forge a new model of Black manhood...New Black Man offers many stimulating ideas and slays many of the sacred cows of the Black Community...[It] is an important book.” —Free Inquiry

From headlines to street corners, the message resounds: Black men are in crisis. Politicians, preachers, and pundits routinely cast blame on those already ostracized within African American communities. But the crisis of black masculinity does not rest with “at-risk” youth of the hip-hop generation or men “on the down low” alone. In this provocative book, acclaimed cultural critic Mark Anthony Neal argues that the “Strong Black Man”— an ideal championed by generations of African American civic leaders—may be at the heart of problems facing black men today. 2006: 208pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-97991-7: US $19.95

Editor: Pelagia Goulimari, Oxford, UK Volume 13, 2008, 3 issues per year

Volume 49, 2008, 2 issues per year

Atlantic Studies: Literary and Historical Perspectives The o fficial jo urnal o f MESEA Editors: William Boelhower, University of Padova, Italy; Stephen Fender, Richard Follett and Maria Lauret, all at the University of Sussex, UK; Dorothea Fischer-Hornung, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Black Po pular C ulture and the Po st-So ul A esthetic

Index on Censorship C lo sely asso ciated w ith the charitable w o rk o f W riters and Scho lars Educatio n Trust Editor-in-Chief: Ursula Owen, Editor: Judith Vidal-Hall Volume 37, 2008, 4 issues per year

Volume 5, 2008, 3 issues per year

Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Bulletin of Spanish Studies Hispanic Studies and Researches o n Spain, Po rtugal and Latin A merica Previously titled Bulletin of Hispanic Studies Editors: Ann L. Mackenzie, University of Glasgow, UK, Alex Longhurst, King’s College London, UK, James Whiston, Trinity College, Ireland, and Jeremy Robbins, University of Edinburgh, UK Volume 85, 2008, 8 issues per year

Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies

Soul Babies

Cultural Studies

A Jo urnal o f the Natio nal C o mmunicatio n A sso ciatio n Editor: John Sloop, Vanderbilt University, USA

Supported by an Editorial Collective including Kuan-Hsing CHEN, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan and CHUA Beng Huat, National University of Singapore, Singapore, as Executive Editors. Volume 9, 2008, 4 issues per year

International Journal of Cultural Policy Editor: Oliver Bennett, University of Warwick, UK Volume 14, 2008, 3 issues per year

Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies General Editor: Robert Young, New York University, USA Joint Editors: Alison Donnell, Nottingham Trent University, UK and Rajeswari Sunder Rajan, University of Oxford, UK Volume 10, 2008, 3 issues per year

Volume 5, 2008, 4 issues per year

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Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies

That’s the Joint! The Hip-Ho p Studies Reader

2004: 648pp Pb: ISBN13 978-0-415-96919-2: US $36.95

Editor: Frances Harding, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK

A ffiliated w ith the C ultural Studies A sso ciatio n o f A ustralia

Volume 20, 2008, 2 issues per year

Editors: Mark Gibson, Murdoch University, Australia, Brian Shoesmith, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Journal of Children and Media

Volume 22, 2008, 4 issues per year

Edited by Murray Forman and Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University, USA

Journal of African Cultural Studies

Critical Discourse Studies Editors: Norman Fairclough, Lancaster University, UK, Phil Graham, University of Queensland, Australia, Jay Lemke, University of Michigan, USA and Ruth Wodak, Lancaster University, UK

Editor: Dafna Lemish, Tel Aviv University, Israel Volume 2, 2008, 3 issues per year

Journal of Cultural Research Editors: Michael Dillon and Scott Wilson, both at the University of Lancaster, UK Volume 12, 2008, 4 issues per year

Volume 5, 2008, 2 issues per year

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Culture and Organizations

What the Music Said Black Po pular Music and Black Public C ulture

Editors: Heather Höpfl, University of Essex, UK and Robert Westwood, The University of Queensland, Australia Volume 14, 2008, 4 issues per year

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Index Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies

Social Identities

Editors: Jens Andermann, Birkbeck College, UK, Ben Bollig, University of Westminster, UK, Catherine Boyle, King’s College London, UK, Philip Derbyshire, Birkbeck College, UK, Hermann Herlinghaus, University of Pittsburgh, USA, John Kraniauskas, Birkbeck College, UK, and Lorraine Leu, University of Bristol, UK

Jo urnal fo r the Study o f Race, Natio n and C ulture

A•B•C

Editors: Pal Ahluwalia, University of Adelaide, Australia and Toby Miller, University of California, Riverside, USA

Abelove, Henry ......................................................................................................14

Volume 17, 2008, 3 issues per year

Social Semiotics

Journal of Postcolonial Writing Fo rmerly World Literature Written in English

Volume 14, 2008, 6 issues per year

Editors: David Machin, Terry Threadgold, Radhika Mohanram and Judith Pryor, all at Cardiff University, UK and Dr. Paul Cobley, London Metropolitan University, England, UK Volume 18, 2008, 3 issues per year

Editor: Janet Wilson, University of Northampton, UK Volume 44, 2008, 2 issues per year

Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies Founding and Permanent Editors: Jo Labanyi, New York University, USA, Alberto Moreiras, Duke University, USA, Paul Julian Smith, University of Cambridge, UK, Luisa Elena Delgado, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, USA Volume 9, 2008, 3 issues per year

Life Writing Editors: Mary Besemeres and Maureen Perkins, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

Editor: Warren Buckland Volume 6, 2008, 3 issues per year

Parallax Editors: D. Ferrett, Ignaz Cassar and Marcel Swiboda, University of Leeds, UK Volume 14, 2008, 4 issues per year

A gainst T echnology..............................................................................................11 Ahmed, Sara................................................................................................................7 A lmost A ll A liens......................................................................................................1 A merican C ultural Studies ..................................................................................1 Anderson, Kay.........................................................................................................17 A ntonio G ramsci ......................................................................................................9 Anzald˙a, Gloria......................................................................................................16

South Asian Popular Culture

Ayers, Michael D. ..................................................................................................12

Editors: Rajinder Kumar Dudrah, University of Manchester, UK and Moti Gokulsing, University of East London, UK, US Editor: Gita Rajan, Fairfield University, USA

Badmington, Neil......................................................................................................8

Volume 6, 2008, 2 issues per year

Visual Studies Published o n behalf o f the Internatio nal Visual So cio lo gy A sso ciatio n

Barale, Michele Aina ............................................................................................14 Barnard, Malcolm .....................................................................................................5 Bell, David..................................................................................................................10 Bennett, Andy ............................................................................................................3 Bernard, Malcolm .....................................................................................................4 Beyond Subculture ..................................................................................................3

Editor: Darren Newbury, University of Central England, UK

Beyond the C loset................................................................................................14

Volume 23, 2008, 2 issues per year

Bhabha, Homi K........................................................................................................9 Biagioli, Mario...........................................................................................................12

Volume 5, 2008, 2 issues per year

New Review of Film and Television Studies

Adorno, Theodor ....................................................................................................9

Women: A Cultural Review

Bisexuality and the Eroticism of Everyday Life .....................................14

Editors: Isobel Armstrong, University of London, UK, Helen Carr, University of London, UK, Laura Marcus, University of Sussex, UK, and Alison Mark, University of London, UK

Black British C ulture and Society ....................................................................6

Volume 19, 2008, 3 issues per year

Wasifiri Editor: Susheila Nasta, The Open University, UK Volume 23, 2008, 3 issues per year

Black Feminist T hought......................................................................................17 Black Sexual Politics .............................................................................................17 Black Studies Reader, T he................................................................................17 Blogging, C itizenship, and the Future of Media....................................10 Bobo, Jacqueline.....................................................................................................17 Bodies in C ode .......................................................................................................13 Bodies T hat Matter ..............................................................................................15 Body T ransformations ...........................................................................................7

Popular Music and Society Editor: Gary Burns, Northern Illinois University, USA Volume 31, 2008, 5 issues per year

Boothby, Richard ...................................................................................................14

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Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy Jo urnal o f the Institute o f Po stco lo nial studies Editors: Dipesh Chakrabarty, University of Chicago, USA; Chris Connery and Vanita Seth, both at the University of California, Santa Cruz, USA; Michael Dutton, University of London, UK; and Leela Gandhi and Sanjay Seth, both at La Trobe University, Australia, Volume 11, 2008, 4 issues per year

Rethinking Marxism Editor: David F. Ruccio, University of Notre Dame, USA Volume 20, 2008, 4 issues per year

Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory Editors: Pal Ahluwalia, University of San Diego, USA, Arvind-Pal S. Mandair, University of Michigan, and USA, Gurharpal Singh, University of Birmingham, UK Volume 4, 2008, 2 issues per year

Bornstein, Kate........................................................................................................14 Branding New Y ork................................................................................................7 British C ultural Studies..........................................................................................5 British Fashion Design............................................................................................4 Browitt, Jeff ..................................................................................................................8 Bruzzi, Stella.................................................................................................................4 Bull, Michael.................................................................................................................4 Bureaucracy of Beauty, T he ..............................................................................4 Burnett, Robert.......................................................................................................11 Butler, Judith .............................................................................................................15 Butsch, Richard ..........................................................................................................2 Calhoun, Craig......................................................................................................1, 7 Campbell, Jan..............................................................................................................6 Campbell, Neil...........................................................................................................1 C apitalism’s Eye.........................................................................................................7 C aveman Mystique, T he ..................................................................................13 C C C S Selected W orking Papers ....................................................................6 C elebrity C ulture .....................................................................................................2 C elebrity C ulture Reader, T he .......................................................................2 C ell Phone C ulture .................................................................................................3 Chabram-Dernersesian, Angie ......................................................................17 Chasmore, Ellis ..........................................................................................................2 Chen, Kuan-Hsing............................................................................................6, 17 C hicana/o C ultural Studies Reader, T he ................................................17 Chopra, Samir .........................................................................................................12 Chua, Beng Huat ...................................................................................................17 C ities and C ulture....................................................................................................6

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C ities and Everyday Life.......................6 C itizen A udience, T he .........................2 Collins, Patricia Hill...............................17 Comedia (series) .....................................6 C onsumption and Everyday Life.....7 C ontemporary Bauman, T he ..........8 C ontemporary C ultural T heory ......8 C osmopolitanism and Belonging ....7 Couldry, Nick .......................................6, 7 Counihan, Carole ....................................5 C rime and Media.....................................3 C ultural Politics of Emotion, T he ..7 C ultural Significance of the C hild Star, T he .................................................2 C ultural Studies.........................................7 C ultural Studies Reader, T he ............1 C ultural Studies: A C ritical Introduction ...........................................1 C ultural Theory: The Key C oncepts .8 C ulture...........................................................7 C ulture and Everyday Life ..................6 C ulture of Q ueers, T he ...................14 C ultures of Masculinity ......................13 Curran, James.............................................7 C yberactivism..........................................12 C yberculture T heorists......................10 C yberculture: T he Key C oncepts10 C ybercultures Reader, T he ...........10 C ybertypes ...............................................12 C yborg Handbook, T he ..................13

D•E•F Decoding Liberation ...........................12 Derrida ..........................................................9 Derrida, Jacques........................................9 Design C ulture Reader, T he ............4 Dexter, Scott...........................................12 Dick, Kirby....................................................9 Diets and Dieting.....................................5 Drunk with G litter...................................6 During ,Simon............................................1 Dutta, Arindam.........................................4 Dyer, Richard ..................................14, 17 Edgar, Andrew...........................................8 Edwards, Tim...........................................13 Egenfeldt-Nielsen, Simon .................11 Elliott, Anthony .........................................8 Encounters in the V irtual Feminist Museum.................................................16 End of G ender, T he ...........................14 Enteen, Jill ..................................................12 Epley, Nathan Scott.............................11 Erickson, Mark ...........................................6 Everyday eBay.........................................11 Everyday Life and C ultural T heory 8 Excitable Speech ...................................15 Fashion as C ommunication................5 Fashion C ultures.......................................4 Fashion Handbook, T he .....................4 Fashion T heory Reader ........................4 Feixa, Carles................................................3 Female Homosexuality in the Middle East ..........................................14 Feminist T heory Reader ...................16 Fifty Key C ontemporary T hinkers..8 Fischer, Nancy.........................................14 Fiske, John ....................................................7 Flagging Patriotism...................................1 Food and C ulture ....................................5 Food in the USA ......................................5 Forman, Murray .....................................18 Framing C elebrity ....................................2

Cultural Studies 2008

G•H•I Garber, Marjorie ..............................2, 14 Gelder, Ken .................................................3 G ender O utlaw .....................................14 G ender T rouble ....................................15 G entrification .............................................7 Gibson, Marion .........................................2 Gibson, Pamela Church .......................4 Gigante, Denise ........................................5 Gilman, Sander..................................5, 17 G lobal Y outh? ............................................3 Goggin, Gerard .........................................3 Gooding-Williams, Robert...............17 Gray, Ann.....................................................6 Gray, Chris................................................13 Gray, Chris Hables ...............................12 Greenberg, Miriam..................................7 Greer, Chris ................................................3 Grossberg, Lawrence.............................7 G usto ..............................................................5 Habib, Samar...........................................14 Hacktivism and C yberwars..............12 Halperin, David M. ...............................14 Hansen, Mark B. N...............................13 Hanson, Stuart...........................................6 Haraway Reader, T he .......................13 Haraway, Donna J. .......................12, 13 Hebdige, Dick ............................................3 Hetherington, Kevin ...............................7 Highmore, Ben.....................................4, 8 Hillis, Ken ...................................................11 Hjorth, Larissa............................................3 Hojsgaard, Morten ...............................11 Holmes, Su ..................................................2 Homi K. Bhabha.....................................10 hooks, bell.................................................16 Huddart, David.......................................10 Hudley, Cynthia .....................................17 Human Factor, T he ............................12 Huq, Rupa....................................................3 Imperial Leather.....................................14 In O ther W orlds......................................9 Inglis, David .................................................6 Ingraham, Chrys.............................13, 14 Inter-A sia C ultural Studies Reader, T he .........................................................17 Internet in C hina, T he .......................12 Introducing the New Sexuality Studies....................................................14 Introduction to C yberculture, A n10 Introduction to T heories of Popular C ulture, A n.............................................8 Irigaray, Luce............................................16

J•K•L Jackson, Tim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Jacques Derrida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Jagger, Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 James, Ian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Je, T u, Nous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Jenks, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Jones, Steven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 11 Jordan, Tim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Judith Butler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 15 Kean, Alasdair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Keating, AnaLouise. . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Kennedy, Barbara M. . . . . . . . . . . 10 Key Ideas (series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Kim, Seung-kyung . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Kofman, Amy Ziering . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Lechte, John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Lees, Loretta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

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Lesbian and G ay Studies Reader, T he . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Lingis, Alphonso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Littler, Jo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Loader, Brian D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Location of C ulture, T he . . . . . . . 9 Look, a Negro! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Loving with a V engeance . . . . . . 16 Lovink, Geert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

M•N•O Malcolm, Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Malpas, Simon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Marshall, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Marshall, P. David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 McCann, Carole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 McCarthy, Anna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 McCaughey, Martha. . . . . . . . 12, 13 McClintock, Anne. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 McGahan, Christopher . . . . . . . . 12 McRobbie, Angela . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Meaning of V ideo G ames, T he . 11 Medhurst, Andy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Media + C ultural T heory . . . . . . . 7 Media Practice (series). . . . . . . . . . 4 Media Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Media, Modernity and T echnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Media/T heory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Meeks, Chet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Michel Foucault . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Michel, Claudine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Mills, Sara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Milner, Andrew. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Mobile T echnologies . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Modest_W itness@Second_ Millennium.FemaleMan_ Meets_O ncoMouse . . . . . . . . . 12 Modleski, Tania. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Moores, Shaun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Moran, Joe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Morley, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7 Multiculturalism and the Jews . . . 17 Mutua, Athena D.. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Myers, Tony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Naidoo, Roshi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Nakamura, Lisa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 National Joke, A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Neal, Mark Anthony . . . . . . . . . . 18 Negra, Diane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Nelson, Cary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 New Accents (series) . . . . . . . . . . 3 New Black Man . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 New Sociology, T he (series). . . . . 7 Nilan, Pam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Non-Representational Theory . . . 8 O’Connor, Jane Catherine . . . . . . 2 O rgans without Bodies . . . . . . . . . 8 O utlaw C ulture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 O wusu, Kwesi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

P•Q•R Parker, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Paterson, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Paul Virilio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Peace, W ar and C omputers . . . . 12 Perron, Bernard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Perspectives on Gender (series) 17 Petit, Michael . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Pimpin’ A in’t Easy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Place of Media Power, T he . . . . . 6 Pleace, Nicholas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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S•T•U•V Salih, Sara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Schuler, Douglas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Science Studies Reader, T he . . . 12 Sedgwick, Peter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Seidman, Steven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Seltzer, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Sennett, Richard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Sex on the C ouch . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Sexing the Soldier . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Sexual Politics of T ime, T he . . . . 15 Shank, Barry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Shaw, David . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Shohat, Ella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Shuker, Roy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Simians, C yborgs, and W omen . 13 Slater, Tom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Slavoj Zizek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Smith, Jonas Heide . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Smith-Shomade, Beretta E. . . . . . 17 Soul Babies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Sound Moves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Specters of Marx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Spickard, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Spivak Reader, The . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty . . . . . 9 Stabile, Carol A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Stam, Robert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Stars Down to Earth, T he . . . . . . 9 Strinati, Dominic. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, 8 Stryker, Susan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Stuart Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Subculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Subcultures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Subcultures Reader, T he . . . . . . . 3 Swanson, Gillian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Tai, Zixue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Taylor, Paul . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 T eaching C ommunity . . . . . . . . . 16 T eaching to T ransgress . . . . . . . . 16

T hat’s the Joint!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 T heodor A dorno . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 T hinking Straight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 this bridge we call home . . . . . . . 16 Thomas, Julia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Thrift, Nigel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Thurer, Shari L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Tosca, Susana Pajares . . . . . . . . . 11 Toynbee, Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 T ransgender Studies Reader, T he 14 Treichler, Paula . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Tremayne, Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 T rue C rime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Turner, Graeme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Understanding Popular Music C ulture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Understanding V ideo G ames . . . 11 Undoing G ender . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Van Esterik, Penny . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Vicente, Kim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 V ideo G ame T heory Reader, T he . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 V iolent Femmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 V irtual English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

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