Thinking with James Carey: Essays on Communications, Transportation, History
Jeremy Packer, Craig Robertson
Peter Lang, 2006 - History - 234 pages
James Carey is arguably the founder of the critical cultural study of communication and media in the United States. This volume brings together top communication and media scholars to revisit and engage key themes in Carey's groundbreaking work. This lively assortment of cutting-edge research provides a timely overview of Carey's impact on current scholarship in communication, cultural studies, and U.S. history. Also included is a wide-ranging two-part interview by Lawrence Grossberg in which Carey discusses his intellectual biography, revisits his classic essays, and argues for the urgent need for democratically motivated scholarship in the contemporary United States.
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