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Monthly Archives: June 2008
two poles of fashion
There are two poles of fashion that operate along a class-based axis. There are other poles determined by various other differentiations, but they are all rather similar. I am using class in the post-Marxist sense of referring to relations of exchange (and not the Marxist sense of a relation to the means of production). The […]
OMG, BSG! WTF!?!
Yeah… those pesky writers’ strikes… In the future can all consumers of popular culture agree that we demand that all shows cease and absolutely under no circumstances attempt to duct tape a rushed plot together to satisfy the demands of their capitalist overlords. I mean, seriously… ffs… The end of Battlestar Galactica is both sad […]
In marking hell at the moment. Just had my first fail followed by a brilliant essay that I gave 95%. Crazy. Yesterday I had to submit a course reader for the postgrad course I am teaching over winter school. These courses are extremely intense for both students and course conveners. Should be a bit of […]
Hilary Geoghegan is a British researcher who carried out her PhD research at Royal Holloway (University of London) on enthusiasm and museums. She has started up a new blog here to document her postdoctoral work.