Cultural Politics 4 (1), March 2008

The latest issue of Cultural Politics has just been published:

The Voice of the People? Musicians as Political Actors
Seth Hague, John Street, and Heather Savigny on Bob Geldof, Live 8 and the legacies of Rock Against Racism

Making Space: Image-Events in an Extreme State
Johanna Drucker asks whether in our image-saturated culture works of imaginative art can have any impact?

Enjoying Neoliberalism
Jodi Dean on Slavoj Zizek, ideology, and the global formations of the neoliberal order

‘Wikivism’: From Communicative Capitalism to Organized Networks
Paul Stacey on the cultures of networked technologies, Wikis, and postrepresentative politics

Field Report
Can a Place Think? On Adam Sharr’s Heidegger’s Hut
Timothy Clark on Heidegger’s work hut at Todtnauberg, contemporary thought, and the ‘earth’

Book Review Essay
Academics Behaving Badly
Ian Gordon on intellectuals, their duties, and their engagements in Eric Lott’s The Disappearing Liberal Intellectual and Stefan Collini’s Absent Minds: Intellectuals in Britain

Cultural Politics, Volume 4, Number 1, March 2008

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