The stranger's gaze: the emergence of French cultural studies

Kelly, Michael (2000) The stranger's gaze: the emergence of French cultural studies In, Baetens, Jan and Lambert, José (eds.) The Future of Cultural Studies: Essays in Honour of Joris Vlasselars. Leuven, Belgium, Leuven University Press pp. 107-121. (Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum Lovaniensis - Series B, 16).


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Table of contents Introduction: a Portrait of Joris Vlasselaers (R. Ghesquière and J. Lambert) Part 1: Cultural Studies: Antidiscipline or New Paradigm? Crossroad Theory and Travelling Concepts: From Cultural Studies to Cultural Analysis (Mieke Bal) The Sins of Cultural Studies (Lawrence Grossberg) Society as Difference: Notes on Multiculturalism and Multi-Sociality (Rudi Laermans) Is Postmodern Culture Postcultural? (Herman Parret) Semiotics and Cultural Studies: Coincidences in a Mirror of Inverted Images (Oscar Steimberg) Cultural Studies: The Politics of an Academic Practice as Politics (John Storey) Part 2: Minorities: the Problem of Heterogeneity Hybridization or Pluralism? The Latin-American Tradition (Raul Antelo) Women as Critics, 1870-1914 (Marysa de Moor) Spreading Culture or the Humanities Today: An Australian Perspective (Simon During) The Stranger's Gaze: the Emergence of French Cultural Studies (Mike Kelly) Populism and Culltural Studies. The Great Narrative of the Latin-American Difference (Luz Rodriguez) Queer Studies as Cultural Studies (Lawrence Schehr) Part 3: Cultural Studies in a Society of Global Communication Back to Basics? A critique of Cyberhybrid-Hype (Jan Baetens) The endoscopic Gaze: The View from Within (José van Dijck) Cultural Studies, the Study of Cultures, and the Question of Language (José Lambert)

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Additional Information: For many generations of Germanists Professor Joris Vlasselaers has been a familiar face as guide and tutor. Later on he has taught courses on European Literature, World Literature, and more specialised courses as Narratology and Cultural Semiotics. For the past decade he has been the enthousiastic spokesman for training in Cultural Studies. At the end of this academic year he retires from his academic post. On Saturday May the 6th 2000 he delivered his valedictory lecture Van literatuur naar cultuur: culturele studies?On this occasion his colleagues offered him The Future of Cultural Studies, a collection of essays written by eminent international scholars. This volume is both an act of homage to Joris Vlasselaers and a survey of the on-going research the Cultural Studies field.
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