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Keith Tester in conversation with Peter Beilharz

Tuesday 19 August 2014, 4 – 6 pm La Trobe University, Martin Building 362A Open to the Public (No RSVP required) Keith Tester and Peter Beilharz are among the leading interpreters of the work of Zygmunt Bauman. They began writing about this work when there was really no Bauman literature at all. That situation has…

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Issue 123, August 2014

Art, Aesthetics and the City   August 2014; 123 Articles Bernard Smith’s Formalesque and the end of the history of art Jim Berryman Abstract: The concept of the Formalesque preoccupied Bernard Smith during the last decades of his life. First propounded in Modernism’s History (1998), the Formalesque is a proposed period style describing the art…

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Issue 122, June 2014

State of in/security Table of Contents: Articles: Contesting representation:  on democracy and representative government Matthias Lievens Abstract: Several authors have recently stressed the constitutive and ubiquitous nature of representation, which, as a result, can no longer be conceived as a relation between pre-existing entities. This has important consequences for democratic representation, traditionally thought in terms…

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Issue 121, April 2014

Big city blues   Table of Contents April 2014; 121 (1) Introduction: Big city blues Trevor Hogan and Julian Potter Abstract: The advent of the ‘mega’ or world city seems inseparable from the ambivalent and transient experience of modernity – the ideals of liberty, individuality, property, accelerating progress, and, for many, the realities of immobility,…