Vol 16, No 1 (2010)

Rural Cultural Studies: Research, Practice, Ethics

The first section of this issue of Cultural Studies Review has been co-edited with Clifton Evers, Andrew Gorman-Murray and Emily Potter and is based around the theme of Rural Cultural Studies. These articles focus on different aspects of rural cultural research: the diverse scope of ‘rural’ communities in Australia; the discursive and material relationship between the rural and the urban; the under-acknowledged range of everyday cultural practices in rural Australia; and the themes of ethical engagement, power and the mediation of meanings and interests in the practice of research.

 

The issue also contains poetry, three 'unthemed' essays and book reviews.

Table of Contents

Editorial
John Frow, Katrina Schlunke
PDF
1–2

Rural Cultural Studies

Clifton Evers, Andrew Gorman-Murray, Emily Potter
PDF
3–9
Lisa Slater
PDF
10–13
Emily Potter
PDF
14–26
Rob Garbutt
PDF
27–42
Michelle Duffy
PDF
43–59
Andrew Gorman-Murray
PDF
60–81
Deb Anderson
PDF
82–101
Michelle Dicinoski
PDF
102–103
Kim Satchell
PDF
104–118
Tanya J. King
PDF
119–130
Rae Dufty
PDF
131–142
Lisa Slater
PDF
143–154
Melissa Gregg
PDF
155–169
Ross Gibson
PDF
170–176

Poetry

Four Poems: Bad Blurbs, 2009, 'Australia' and World Atlas: A Random Fragmentary Selection
Ouyang Yu
PDF
177–181
Windows Wound Down
Pam Brown
PDF
182–188

Articles

Ann Game, Andrew Metcalfe
PDF
189–211
Katelyn Barney
PDF
212–239
Sarah Gillman
PDF
240–50

Reviews

Contemporary Culture and the Undoing of Feminism: Review of Angela McRobbie's The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change
Margaret Henderson
PDF
251–256
From Ablation to Undergirding: Review of Stuart Cunningham's In the Vernacular: A Generation of Culture and Controversy
Adrian Martin
PDF
257–262
Ghost Stories: Review of Ross Gibson's The Summer Exercises
Deane Williams
PDF
263–266
War and Its Other: Review of Nick Mansfield's Theorizing War: From Hobbes to Badiou
Dimitris Vardoulakis
PDF
267–272
Up Close and Personal, But Not Close Enough: Review of Samantha Holland (ed.), Remote Relationships in a Small World
Sarah Cefai
PDF
273–278