Vol 18 No 1 (2012)

Motorcycles, Snails, Latour

This edition of Cultural Studies Review is at once an exuberant celebration of cultural studies scholarship and an enticement to work with the diverse thinking that is revealed here. As a general issue (one not shaped by a particular theme or by a guest co-editor) it invites us to experience a snapshot of where the multiple trajectories of cultural studies thinking are travelling and what and who are coming together in the process. These essays, new writing and reviews propose an answer to the question for cultural studies that Stephen Muecke poses of other cultural phenomena: How is it keeping itself alive in its place? and What are its partners for reproductive purposes?

Table of Contents

Editorial
Katrina Schlunke, John Frow
1–3

Articles (Peer Reviewed)

John Frow
4–18
Timothy Laurie, Hannah Stark
19–39
Stephen Muecke
40–58
Laurie Johnson
59–85
Emily Bullock
86–106
Anne Rutherford
107–37
Sally May Gardner
138–52
Angela Mitropoulos
153–73
Ilaria Vanni
174–95
Alison Moore
196–216

New Writing (Peer Reviewed)

Jesse Thomas Shipway
217–27

Interview

Anne Brewster
228–46

Reviews

Tanya Serisier
247–55
Greg Noble
256–62
Paul O'Connor
263–6
Paul Long
267–72
Andrew Gorman-Murray
273–82
John Gunders
283–8
Adam Brown
289–94
Vincent O'Donnell
295–302
Iris Chui Ping Kam
303–7
Hayley Rudkin
308–13