Jon K Shaw & Theo Reeves-Evison (Eds.)
See the world through the eyes of a search engine, if only for a millisecond.
Writings, Conversations, Scripts
Rike Frank (Ed.)
Writings, Conversations, Scripts is the first survey of text works by Norwegian artis and film maker Ane Hjort Guttu.
On Art, Destruction & Belonging
Aleksi Malmberg & Annukka Vähäsöyrinki (Eds.)
Nine essays on home, identity, and ruins sets the stage for the challenging and poignant Home Reassembled.
On Writings of a Literary History of Contemporary, or What is or Was “the Contemporary”, and should we be calling it that?
“The contemporary” is an established term in a range of scholarly and disciplinary discourses, but what does it mean? Interweaving sections drawn from an (apparently) hypothetical and oxymoronic project — the writing of a literary history of “the contemporary”— with a critical analysis of the term(s) “the contemporary” and “contemporary” in the work of a range of theorists, Margaret-Anne Hutton sets out to expose the inconsistencies and ambiguities in its terminological usage, and to unpick some of the knots which bind the substantive and adjective.