Cultural Studies - Vol. 12.4: The Institutionalization of Cultural Studies
Routledge, Nov 12, 2012 - Art - 179 pages
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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DEAD ENDS AND REINVENTED WHEELS
A GUIDE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP? CULTURAL STUDIES ACADEMIA AND PEDAGOGY
A RELUCTANT DISCIPLINE
PROPOSAL FOR AN MA AND PHD PROGRAMME IN CULTURAL STUDIES AT UC DAVIS
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