Internationalizing Cultural Studies: An Anthology

Ackbar Abbas, John Nguyet Erni, Wimal Dissanayake
Wiley, 2005 - 685 páginas
Internationalizing Cultural Studies is an unprecedented resource that introduces and consolidates existing key and important writings in cultural studies literature from different regions of the world. The editors have designed the readings to challenge practitioners in the West and beyond to redefine cultural studies as a truly global movement.

  • Contains 44 contemporary essays that introduce diverse intellectual traditions of cultural studies

  • Includes lively and accessible introductions from an international panel of expert editors

  • Features worldwide coverage, including Asia, Europe, and Africa

  • Organizes material around key themes to aid disciplinary discussion – including race and ethnicity, transnationalism, gender and sexual cultures, media production and consumption, urban life, popular practices, technocultures, and visual cultures

  • Offers shape – for the first time in one volume – to this complex and diverse field

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Ackbar Abbas is Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Hong Kong.

John Nguyet Erni is Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies and Coordinator of Graduate Studies in the Department of English and Communication, City University of Hong Kong.

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