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critical dialogue in culture studies

By Udin Kusuma

Contents
Notes on contributors viii
Acknowledgements xi
Introduction
David Morley and Kuan-Hsing Chen
1
Part I (Un)Settling accounts: marxism and cultural studies
1 The problem of ideology: marxism without guarantees
Stuart Hall
24
2 Stuart Hall and the marxist concept of ideology
Jorge Larrain
46
3 Stuart Hall, cultural studies and marxism
Colin Sparks
71
4 British cultural studies and the return of the ‘critical’ in
American mass communications research: accommodation
or radical change?
Hanno Hardt
103
5 The theory and method of articulation in cultural studies
Jennifer Daryl Slack
113
Part II Postmodernism and cultural studies: first encounters
6 On postmodernism and articulation: an interview with
Stuart Hall
Edited by Lawrence Grossberg
131
7 History, politics and postmodernism: Stuart Hall and
cultural studies
Lawrence Grossberg
151
8 Postmodernism and ‘the other side’
Dick Hebdige
174
9 Waiting on the end of the world?
Iain Chambers
201
10 Opening the Hallway: some remarks on the fertility of
Stuart Hall’s contribution to critical theory
John Fiske
212
Part III New Times, transformations and transgressions
11 The meaning of New Times
Stuart Hall
222
12 Looking back at New Times and its critics
Angela McRobbie
237
13 Cultural studies and its theoretical legacies
Stuart Hall
261
14 A thief in the night: stories of feminism in the 1970s at
CCCS
Charlotte Brunsdon
275
15 For Allon White: metaphors of transformation
Stuart Hall
286
Part IV Critical postmodernism, cultural imperialism and postcolonial
theory
16 Post-marxism: between/beyond critical postmodernism and
cultural studies
Kuan-Hsing Chen
307
17 EurAm, modernity, reason and alterity: or, postmodernism,
the highest stage of cultural imperialism?
David Morley
324
18 On the impossibility of a global cultural studies: ‘British’
cultural studies in an ‘international’ frame
Jon Stratton and Ien Ang
360
19 Cultural studies and the politics of internationalization: an
interview with Stuart Hall by Kuan-Hsing Chen
393
Part V Diasporic questions: ‘race’, ethnicity and identity
20 Gramsci’s relevance for the study of race and ethnicity
Stuart Hall
411
21 New ethnicities
Stuart Hall
442
22 De Margin and De Centre
Isaac Julien and Kobena Mercer
452
vi
23 What is this ‘black’ in black popular culture?
Stuart Hall
468
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