Vol 22, No 2 (2016)

Migrant

 

This is a general edition of Cultural Studies Review in that it has not been organised around a special themed section. Rather, it is a collection of essays on distinctly different topics, each of which push against our habits of thinking about correction and invention. And yet, a subtle theme emerges from these diverse pieces, of movement from one place to another, whether forced by circumstance, freely chosen or imposed. They are essays, too, that pose questions about the durable and unstable nature of cultural configurations and about the contribution of cultural research to a more sustainable future.

Table of Contents

Chris Healy, Katrina Schlunke
1–4

Articles (Peer Reviewed)

Erika Kerruish
4–20
Dennis Bruining
21–40
Scott Webster
41–64
Jordana Silverstein
65–89
Rob Cover
90–113
Janice Newton
114–131
Tess Williams
132–148

New Writing

George Kouvaros
149–157

Reviews

Toby Burrows
158–159
Clifton Evers
160–164
Holly Randell-Moon
165–170
John Budarick
171–173
Nick Perry
174–178
Sarah Gleeson-White
179–181