Other Voices releases Issue 3.1 — Recycling Culture

Other Voices releases Issue 3.1
Special Issue: Recycling Culture
Guest editors Tina Kendall and Kristin Koster
May 2007
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The editors and staff of Other Voices are happy to announce the release of our latest issue:


Tina Kendall and Kristin Koster


Garbage and Recycling: From Literary Theme to Mode of Production
Walter Moser

Recycling recycling, or plus ça change…
Marilyn Randall

Stories that Objects Might Live to Tell: The ‘Hand-Me-Down Narrative’ in Film
David Scott Diffrient


Feasting on Technologies of Recycling in the Jurassic: Repositories of Knowledge and the Desire for Minutiae and Exegesis, with the true account of a conversation with the Museum of Jurassic Technology’s progenitor and prognosticator, David Wilson.
Jeanne Scheper

Handmade, Repetition, Narrative: An Interview with Robin Hill
Ron Janowich


“Give Us the Dumpsters -Or- Give Us Life”: Res Derilictae and the Trash of Free Trade
Daniel Lang

Supermovables: The Fate of Unreal Estate, or a Treatise on the Social Problem Regarding Illegal File-Sharing


The Manual of Lost Ideas
Antoinette LaFarge and the Institute for Cultural Inquiry


The Uncanny
Curtis Bowman
Review of Nicolas Royle, The Uncanny

Capitalist Horrors
Steffen Hantke
Review of Annalee Newitz, Pretend We’re Dead: Capitalist Monsters in American Pop Culture

A Critical Humanist among the Professional Experts
Bob van der Linden
Review of Edward W. Said, Reflections on Exile and Other Essays and Edward Said: The Last Interview, a documentary by Mike Dibb

Foucault among the Humanists
Corey McCall
Review of Eric Paras, Foucault 2.0: Beyond Power and Knowledge

Vigliant Memory
Michael Maidan
Review of R. Cliford Spargo, Vigilant Memory: Emmanuel Levinas, the Holocaust and the Unjust Death

Critical Interventions: Reclaiming the Virtual
Paul A. Youngman
Review of Mark Nunes, Cyberspaces of Everyday Life

History, Herstory: How Writers Make the World
Paul Hansom
Review of A.S. Byatt, On Stories and Histories: Selected Essays

Rethinking Culture
Christine Boyko-Head
Review of Michael Dunning, Culture in the Age of Three Worlds

Why ‘Live’?
Philip Auslander
Review of Philip Auslander, Liveness: Performance in a Mediatized Culture

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