Vol 15 No 1 (2009)

Homefronts

 This edition of Cultural Studies Review brings together a diverse set of essays and new writing that identify particular national tendencies, notions of family, epistemological worries about postmodernity’s represented purpose and queries about cultural studies as it is taught and as it could be understood. There is also some careful exploring of where and why we might be at home in our differences and what a felt homelessness might be. To gather these varied strands beneath the heading ‘Homefronts’ acknowledges, as always, the plurality of the environments that we call home and the battles of representation, and being, that make up the experiences of nation, family, philosophy and academic discipline that render those sites particular and so personal to us.

Table of Contents

John Frow
7–8

Articles (Peer Reviewed)

Jon Stratton
11–32
Joe Hardwick
33–42
Jason Bainbridge
43–64
Barbara Baird
65–87
Virginia Watson
88–109
Zoe Anderson
110–29
Grant Farred
130–50
Ann Deslandes
151–65

New Writing (Peer Reviewed)

Catherine Robinson
167–72

Provocations (Peer Reviewed)

Graeme Turner
175–87
Niall Lucy, Steve Mickler
188–96

Reviews

Natalya Lusty
199–206
Elaine Lally
207–11
Viv McGregor
212–16
Graham St John
217–20