The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory Volume 5: 1995

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Kate McGowan, Peter Kitson
Wiley, Jun 8, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 424 pages
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Now combined in a new series with the The Year's Work in English Studies, The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, edited by Kate McGowan, is an annual narrative bibliography which aims to provide a comprehensive collection of theoretical essays with bibliographies for work published in a given year. Like its sister volume, YWES 76, YWCCT 5 covers work published in 1995.

YWCCT 5 reviews over three hundred titles in twenty-one chapters, divided into two parts: Part One: Critical Theory, provides a general introductory chapter, followed by coverage of: Semiotics; Intertextuality; Psychoanalysis; Deconstruction; Feminism; Colonial Discourse, Postcolonial Theory; Historicism; Queer Theories/Cultures; and Postmodernism. Part Two: Culture and Communications, offers a general introductory survey of Cultural Studies, with subsequent chapters on: Popular Culture; Australian Popular Culture and Media Studies; Popular Music; Virtual Cultures; Film; Science, Technology and Culture; Cultural Policy; Law and Culture; Aboriginal Identity, Culture and Art; and Australian Pacific Culture and Theory.

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About the author (1998)

Kate McGowan is a principal lecturer in the Department of English at Manchester Metropolitan University.

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