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An interview with Tony Bennett

Dave O’Brien has interviewed Tony Bennett about his new book Making Culture, Changing Society. Advertisements

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Greg Hainge talks about his new book Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise

Greg Hainge talks to Dave O’Brien about his new book Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise. The interview covers Greg’s background along with the relations between music and noise, critical theory, the problem of defining noise, political accounts of … Continue reading

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An interview with Shiloh Krupar

Stuart Elden has interviewed Shiloh Krupar for the Society and Space open site. The interview focuses on her excellent sounding new book Hot Spotter’s Report: Military Fables of Toxic Waste. The interview also discusses Krupar use of alternative styles and … Continue reading

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Dhiraj Murthy talking about Twitter

I’ve previously posted a link to a review of Dhiraj Murthy’s recent book on Twitter (as well as a link to his blog and to his recent article on the same topic). Dhiraj has been interviewed about Twitter for BBC … Continue reading

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An audio interview about my book Popular Culture And New Media: The Politics Of Circulation

Dave O’Brien interviewed me for the critical theory section of the New Book Network. The interview is available in full here. The interview focused on my recently published book Popular Culture and New Media: The Politics of Circulation, and we … Continue reading

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An interview with Steve Fuller on being an intellectual today

An interview with Steve Fuller in being an intellectual today can be found here. It’s a detailed interview that addresses a range of questions around the role of the intellectual, the barriers that an intellectual might face and how being … Continue reading

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An interview with Mark Deuze

Figure/Ground have an interview with Mark Deuze. As is usual with their interviews, it covers substantive issues in Mark’s work alongside some discussions of biography and university life. This particular interview also gets into questions around interdisciplinarity. Most of the … Continue reading

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