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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... vol. 21 no. 1 March 2015 of Cultural Studies Review est. 2002 Cultural Studies Review
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Towards an Existential Pluralism : Reading through the Philosophy of Etienne Souriau, Catherine Noske , single work criticism
'Various academics have, over the last five years, challenged practices of criticism in Australian cultural studies. Paul Carter, Ross Gibson and Stephen Muecke have all offered transgressive and dynamic practices, engaging with speculative and experimental ways of thinking. But how can such speculation be supported and contextualised in critical debate? Muecke in particular draws from a background of Continental philosophy in constructing his critical practice. He is influenced by the work of Bruno Latour and Etienne Souriau. The latter is a largely forgotten French philosopher, untranslated in English. He offers a theory of existential pluralism, suggesting the multiplicity of modes of existence and exploring the nature of relation between them. Developing an understanding of his philosophy can help contextualise Muecke’s work, and potentially contribute to this critical movement more generally.' (Publication abstract)
(p. 34–57)
Still in My Mind : An Exploration of Practice-led Experimental Research in Progress, Brenda Croft , single work criticism biography
'I pay my sincere respects and acknowledgments to the traditional custodians of Mbantwe/Alice Springs, the Arrernte peoples. I thank you for having me on your country as a Gurindji/Malgnin/Mudpurra person on my father's side, from the Victoria River region of Limbunya, west of Wave Hill. ...'
(p. 230-248)
Serial Cities : Australian Literary Cities and the Rhetoric of Scale, Brigid Rooney , single work review
— Review of Cities 2009 series - publisher prose ;
(p. 262–282)
Miscegenation and Intimacy, Valerie Cooms , single work review
— Review of Made to Matter : White Fathers, Stolen Generations Fiona Probyn , 2013 multi chapter work criticism ;
(p. 291-297)

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