FICTION AS METHOD
Jon K Shaw & Theo Reeves-Evison (Eds.)
See the world through the eyes of a search engine, if only for a millisecond.
Ane Hjort Guttu
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.