Cultural Studies - Vol. 12.4: The Institutionalization of Cultural Studies

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Ted Striphas
Routledge, Nov 12, 2012 - Art - 179 pages
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This special issue looks at the increasing presence of Cultural Studies as a discipline within academia. The debate about it's relevance still rages and is commented on in these pages. Also includes tips on publishing for academics and a guide to Cultural Studies institutional presence. A must for all students and graduates in the field.
 

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Contents

CULTURAL STUDIES AND ITS INSTITUTIONALIZATION
453
DEAD ENDS AND REINVENTED WHEELS
476
A GUIDE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
498
A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP? CULTURAL STUDIES ACADEMIA AND PEDAGOGY
513
A RELUCTANT DISCIPLINE
528
PROPOSAL FOR AN MA AND PHD PROGRAMME IN CULTURAL STUDIES AT UC DAVIS
546
A RESOURCE AND GUIDE
571
CULTURAL STUDIES IN WORDS AND PICTURES
595
THE US LATINAOLATIN AMERICAN CASE
598
Notes on Contributors
621
INDEX
627
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About the author (2012)

Ted Striphas (Ph.D., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2002) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Culture, Indiana University. His primary research interests include media historiography, cultural studies, Marxism, and communication theory. At present he is at work on a cultural history of the U.S. book industry tentatively entitled, Equipment for Living: Everyday Book Culture in the Making. He also is co-editor (with Kembrew McLeod) of a forthcoming special issue of the journal Cultural Studies on the politics of intellectual properties. His work has appeared in, among other places, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Cultural Studies, The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, Social Epistemology, and Television and New Media. He is a 2004 recipient of the Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Dissertation Award from the National Communication Association.

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