Class in Culture demonstrates the power of moving beyond cultural politics to a deeper class critique of contemporary life. Making a persuasive case for class as the material logic of culture, the book is written in a double register of short critiques of life practicesafrom food and education to race, stem-cell research, and abortionaas well as sustained critiques of such theoretical discourses as ideology, consumption, globalization, and 9/11. Surpassing the orthodoxies of cultural studies, Class in Culture makes surprising connections among seemingly unrelated cultural events and practices and offers a groundbreaking and complex understanding of the contemporary world.The New York Times, 20 July 2006. Stoekl, Allan. aquot;Introduction.aquot; Visions of Excess. ... Native American Fiction: A Usera#39;s Manual. Saint Paul, MN: Graywolf P, 2006. Trippi ... New York: Pathfinder Press, 1969. . Their Morals and Ours. New York:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Class in culture|
|Author||:||Teresa L. Ebert, Masʼud Zavarzadeh|
|Publisher||:||Paradigm Publishers - 2008|