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
Visit http://www.othervoices.org/3.1

The editors and staff of Other Voices are happy to announce the release of our latest issue:

Contents:

Introduction
Tina Kendall and Kristin Koster

Articles:

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

Interviews:

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

Commentaries:

“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
Piratebureau

Multimedia:

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

Reviews:

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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