Vol 24, No 1 (2018)

Meaghan

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It had to be ‘Meaghan’. The title of this edition of Cultural Studies Review is our salute to the work of Meaghan Morris and her lasting influence. That legacy is directly addressed in the collection of written works that emerged from the Meaghan Morris Festival held in 2016 (co-edited by Prudence Black, Stephen Muecke and Catherine Driscoll) but it is also echoed in the essays and reviews that are gathered within, that in their very mix speak to the particular tradition of cultural studies, Australian and otherwise, that Meaghan Morris helped so much to create.

Table of Contents

Meaghan
Chris Healy, Katrina Schlunke, Prudence Black, Stephen Muecke, Catherine Driscoll
1–4

The Meaghan Morris Festival

Time is a Traveller: The Localness of Meaghan Morris
Katrina Schlunke
5–8
We Don’t Need Another Hero: A Personal Celebration of Meaghan Morris
Graeme Turner
9–14
Searching for Meaghan (Morris)
Lawrence Grossberg
15–25
Forms of Life for Meaghan Morris
Pam Brown
26–30
Tilt
Kate Lilley
31–3
Politics Now, Now
Stephen Muecke
34–8
Meaghan Morris Thing
Melissa Hardie
39–43
Meaghan Morris in Cultural Studies in Asia
Chua Beng Huat
44–5
Questions of Address: For Meaghan Morris
John Frow
46–9
Meaghan Morris: Cultural Historian
Chris Healy
50–7
Unbearable Significance, or: As Australians Put It …
Adrian Martin
58–64
Keyword: Action
Audrey Yue
65–8
Meaghan’s Voice
Laleen Jayamanne
69–70
Meaghan Morris: A Student’s Perspective
Alifa Bandali
71–3

Articles (Peer Reviewed)

Kate Wright
74–101
Wendy Alexander
102–18
Emma Sarian
119–36
Tim Gregory, Astrid Lorange
137–49

Reviews

Nabeel Zuberi
150–3
Astrida Neimanis
154–7
Megan Le Masurier
158–61