Michel De Certeau: Analysing Culture

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jun 19, 2006 - Philosophy - 188 pages
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Michel de Certeau is becoming increasingly recognised as a cultural theorist whose methodologies could rival those of Foucault. In this engaging book, Ben Highmore provides a stimulating account of Michel de Certeau's work and its relation to the field of cultural studies. The book explores those aspects of de Certeau's work that both challenge and re-imagine cultural studies, highlighting the potential this work has for supplying a critical epistemology and a practical ethics for the study of culture within the arts and humanities more generally. Michel de Certeau: Analysing Culture provides an ideal introduction to the work of this extraordinary and important thinker.

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About the author (2006)

Ben Highmore is Reader in Cultural Studies at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

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