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Journal for Cultural Research

Posted: Monday 21 Jun 2010
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Journal for Cultural Research (Taylor & Francis)

The Journal for Cultural Research is a journal dedicated to the transdisciplinary analysis of culture and the changing values that underpins it. The journal publishes the latest thinking of leading international figures and the best writing of a new generation of scholars around the globe.

Contributions interrogate the transvaluation and deformation of cultural spaces: virtual, local and global. These spaces are undergoing profound material transformation. The powerful conjunction of biologics, informatics and new technology, which characterises these changes, is inducing different theorisations of culture. Post-evolutionary, machinic and messianic thinking, for example, challenge and enliven established areas of cultural analysis such as gender, identity, postcolonialism and the body, the destiny of capital, politics and the sacred.

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