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The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory 2012

Volume 20, Issue 1 is freely available online

The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory is a companion volume to The Year’s Work in English Studies. It provides a narrative bibliography of published work, recording significant debates and issues of interest across a broad range of research in the humanities and social sciences. As the fields of critical and cultural studies shift, so the range and scope of the journal alters, and current volumes include chapters on Digital Media, Science and Medicine, and Popular Culture. The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory functions as a bibliographical tool of practical use to scholars and students alike, as well as a lively collaboration with contemporary debates.

Contents

Preface
Nerys Williams, Poetics
Susan Currell, Modernisms
David Marriott, Black Cultural Studies
Caroline Bassett, Digital Media
Stephen Shapiro, Marxism and Cultural Materialism
Jeremy Munday, Translation Studies
Nicholas Chare, Trauma and Testimony
Lisabeth During and Deborah Levitt, Film Theory
Seb Franklin, Popular Culture
Graeme Pedlingham, Psychoanalysis
Greg Garrard, Ecocriticism
David Tucker and Daniël Ploeger, Drama and Performance Studies
James Procter and Stephen Morton, Colonial Discourse, Postcolonial Theory
Marios Constantinou and Maria Margaroni, Continental Philosophy
Andrew Mangham, Science and Medicine
Adriana Bontea, Narratives
Shamira A. Meghani, Queer Theory and Sexualities

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