Vol 22, No 1 (2016)

Fashioning

The title of this issue of Cultural Studies Review salutes our excellent special section, ‘Dressing the Body’ (guest edited by Prudence Black and Rosie Findlay), and draws attention to the important and powerful essays in the section ‘Stuart Hall: In Memoriam’ (guest edited by Catherine Driscoll and Gerard Goggin). The issue also includes Ben Highmore’s exemplary essay on feelings and things; Stefan Laser’s wonderful ‘case study’ that charts the mis-matches between the legislative regulation of of e-waste management and the actual practices of the ‘informal sector’ in India; Dinesh Joseph Wadiwel’s exploration of the conjunctures of resistance, economy and production in the cultures of fish ‘processing’; an essay from Annee Lawrence that brings to our attention the work of three key novelists who ‘represent a line of flight towards a literary imaginary in Australian writing that is contemporary, locally grounded, but also regionally and globally entangled’; and a selection of engaging book reviews.

Table of Contents

Editorial
Chris Healy, Katrina Schlunke
1–3

Dressing the Body (Peer Reviewed)

Prudence Black, Rosie Findlay
4–9
Prudence Black
10–31
Alison Gill, Abby Mellick Lopes, Holly Kaye-Smith
32–58
Karen de Perthuis
59–77
Rosie Findlay
78–94
Stella North
95–117
Clare Hughes
118–43

Articles (Peer Reviewed)

Ben Highmore
144–67
Stefan Laser
168–95
Dinesh Joseph Wadiwel
196–242
Annee Lawrence
243–68

Stuart Hall: In Memoriam

Teaching Cultural Studies; Teaching Stuart Hall
Catherine Driscoll
269–76
Media and Power After Stuart Hall
Gerard Goggin
277–81
The Stuart Hall Conjuncture
Tony Bennett
282–6
Tania Lewis
287–93
A Feminist Love Letter to Stuart Hall; or What Feminist Cultural Studies Needs to Remember
Elspeth Probyn
294–301
Stuart Hall: Reflections, Memories, Appreciations
Ann Curthoys, John Docker
302–6

Reviews

Ruth Barcan
307–13
Tess Lea
314–18
Katherine Biber, Arlie Loughnan, Julia Quilter
319–26
Mark Steven
327–33
Jaime Harker
234–9
James Welker
340–5
Deborah Walker-Morrison
346–50