Monthly Archives: August 2012

A great review of Fifty Shades of Grey by Andrew O’Hagan

There was an absolutely brilliant review of Fifty Shades of Grey by Andrew O’Hagan in the last issue of the London Review of Books. My favourite line in the review is: “It’s not that Fifty Shades of Grey and E.L. … Continue reading

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Making revisions…adding more on genre and field

My job for this week is to make some revisions to a piece on music genre. Above are the books I want to add references to. I need to make some connections between my piece and some other work on … Continue reading

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Looking for early cultural studies texts

Over at Urban Cultural Studies they are looking at early cultural studies texts. Here’s the post. There is also some discussion of Hoggart, Williams and the rest.

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Figure/ground are looking for collaborators

Figure/ground, which is a media resource with interviews and news, is looking for some new collaborators: The Figure/Ground team is looking for volunteer collaborators to help with the expansion of the site into a student-led, interdisciplinary website containing the largest … Continue reading

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