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  • 1. A MARVELLOUS (AND VITAL!)THEMED LIST OF RESOURCESCULTURE AND CRITICAL THOUGHT
  • 2. Ideology Key Text: Eagleton, T. (1994) What is Ideology? In: T. Eagleton ed. Ideology, London: Longman. Pp.1-31 Suggested Reading: Althusser, L. (1998) Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses. In: N. Mirzoeff ed. The Visual Culture Reader, London: Routledge. Pp.139-141 Barker, C. (2003), Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice, London: Sage Eagleton, T. ed. (1994) Ideology, London: Longman Heywood, A. (2003) Political Ideologies, An Introduction, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Larrain, J. (1979) The Concept of Ideology, London: Hutchinson and CoNational Identity Key Text: Banham, M. and Hillier, B. (1976), A Tonic to the Nation: The Festival of Britain 1951, Thames and Hudson: LondonThe Other Key text: Said, E. (1978) Orientalism. Harmondsworth: Penguin. (An extract from this text can be accessed on blackboard). Almond, I. (2007) The new Orientalists: postmodern representations of Islam from Foucault to Baudrillard London: Tauris Hackforth-Jones, J. and Roberts, M. (eds.) (2005) Edges of empire: orientalism and visual culture Oxford: Blackwell Turner, B. (1994) Orientalism, postmodernism and globalism London: Routledge Windschuttle, K. (1999) ‘Edward Said’s “Orientalism revisited”’ in The New Criterion January (available online from URL:http://newcriterion.com:81/archive/17/jan99/said.htm) (a partial rebuttal of Said’s thesis from a conservative art historian)Subcultures Suggested reading: Gelder, K. (2007) Subcultures: Cultural Histories and Social Practice. London: Routledge. Harris, A. (2008) Next wave cultures : feminism, subcultures, activism, New York, Routledge. Hebdige, D. (1979) Subculture: The Meaning of Style, London: Methuen Muggleton, D. (ed) (2003) The Post-Subcultures Reader, London, Berg. Tagg, P. & Clarida, B. (2003) Ten Little Tunes, 2003, New York: The Mass Media Music Scholars’ Press, IncPhotography Suggested Reading: Barthes, R. (1981) Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography, New York, Noonday Sontag, S. (1973) On Photography, New York, Farrar, Strauss and Giroux Wells, L. ed. (2003) The Photography Reader, London : Routledge Wells, L. ed. (2009) Photography : a critical introduction, London : Routledge
  • 3. Key Text: Visual Culture & Theory Handbook Suggested Reading: Berger, J. (1977). Ways of seeing. London: Pelican. Howells, R. (2003) Visual culture: an introduction. Cambridge: Polity Press. Mirzoeff, N. ed. (1998) The visual culture reader. London: Routledge. Starker, M. & Cartwright, L. (2001) Practices of looking: an introduction to visual culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Walker, J. & Chaplin, S. eds. (1997) Visual culture: an introduction. Manchester: Manchester University Press.The Industrial Revolution Handout: Benjamin, W. The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction can be found at http://www.marxists.org/reference/subject/philosophy/works/ge/benjamin.htm & Greenhalgh,P.(1988) ‘The prefabricated and the mass-produced’, in Ephemeral Vistas, Manchester: Manchester:University Press Suggested Reading: Benjamin, W. (trans. 1997) Charles Baudelaire: A lyric poet in the era of high capitalism New York: Verso Benjamin, W. (2003) [1927-1939] The Arcades Project Cambridge, USA: Harvard University Press Berman, M. (1983) All That is Solid Melts into Air: the Experience of Modernity, London: Verso Bracegirdle, (1973), The archaeology of the Industrial Revolution, London : Heinemann Educational Driver & Gilbert eds. (1999) Imperial Cities Manchester: Manchester University Press. Klingender, F. D, (1968), Art and the Industrial Revolution, Chatham : Evelyn, Adams & MackayModernity and the Modern . (http://www.idst.vt.edu/modernworld/d/Baudelaire.html) Key Text: Extract from: Baudelaire, C. (1972) The Painter of Modern Life: Selected Writings on Art and Literature, Cambridge: Viking. Pp. 395-422 Available: http://www.idst.vt.edu/modernworld/d/Baudelaire.html Suggested Reading: Berman, M. (1983) All That is Solid Melts into Air: the Experience of Modernity, London: Verso Frisby, D (1986) Fragments of Modernity: Theories of Modernity in the Work of Simmel, Kracauer, and Benjamin, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press Harvet, D. (2003) Paris: Capital of Modernity, London: Routledge Jenks, C. (1995), Visual Culture, London: Routledge McGuigan, J. (1999), Modernity and Postmodern Culture, Buckingham: Open University Press Tester, K. ed. (1994) The Flaneur, London: RoutledgeModernism in Art Key Text: Is Modernism Dangerous? Deyan Sudjic, The Observer April 9, 2006 (available from URL: http://arts.guardian.co.uk/modernism/story/0,,1750953,00.html)Postmodernism Suggested Reading: Baudrillard, Jean (1983). Simulations. Foreign Agents Series. Semiotext(e) Harvey, David (1990). The Condition of Postmodernity: An enquiry into the origins of cultural change. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell. Lyotard, Jean Francois (c1984). The Postmodern Condition : a report on knowledge. Manchester : Manchester University Press. Plant, Sadie (1992) The Most Radical Gesture. London: Routledge. Smart, Barry (c1993). Postmodernity. London : Routledge.
  • 4. Key text: Extracts from Venturi, R. Scott brown, D. Izenour, and S. (1992, 1977) (1998) Learning from Las Vegas: the Forgotten Symbolism of Architectural Form, The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England Suggested Reading: Apignanesi, R et al (2001) Introducing Postmodernism. London: Totem McRobbie, A. (1994), Post Modernism and Popular Culture, Routledge, Oxon Venturi, R. Scott brown, D. Izenour, and S. (1992, 1977) (1998) Learning from Las Vegas: The Forgotten Symbolism of Architectural Form, The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, EnglandCloser to Home: Ideology and the Family Image Arcana, J (1981) Our Mothers’ Daughters, London: The Women’s Press Limited Forna, A. (1992.) Mother of All Myths – How Society Moulds and Constrains Mothers, Harper Collins Publishers, Hirsh, M. (1997) Family Photography: Context, Meaning and Effect, New York: Oxford University Press Spence, J. and Hollands, P. eds (1991) Family Snaps: The Meanings of Family Photograph, London: ViragoSurveillance: ‘The Panopticon’ Suggested Reading: Deleuze, G. (1992). Postscript on societies of control. Available from: http://libcom.org/library/postscript-on- the-societies-of-control-gilles-deleuze Foucault, M. (1979) Discipline and Punish (translated by Alan Sheridan), Penguin: Harmondsworth. Lyon, D. (ed) (2003) Surveillance as Social Sorting. Routledge: London. Orwell, George (1990). Nineteen Eighty-Four. Penguin: London. Pease-Watkin, C. (2003) Bentham’s Panopticon and Dumont’s Panoptique (available from URL: www.ucl.ac.uk/Bentham-Project/journal/cpwpan.htm) Porter, H :http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/henryporter Stross, C. (2002) The Panopticon Singularity (available from URL: www.antipope.org/charlie/rant/panopticon- essay.html -The Situationist International Key reading: Plant, Sadie (1992). The most radical gesture: the Situationist International in a postmodern age. London: Routledge. Additional Reading: Debord, Guy (1994). The society of the spectacle. New York : Zone Books, 1994. Gelder, Ken and Thornton, Sarah eds (1997). The Subcultures reader. London : Routledge. Wark, McKenzie (2008). 50 years of recuperation of the Situationist International. New York: Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture: Princeton Architectural Press. Duncombe, Stephen ed (2002). Cultural resistance reader. London: Verso.
  • 5. Commodification Key Text: Frank, T. (1997). Why Johnny Can’t Rebel, Available from: http://www.nytimes.com/books/first/f/frank-dissent.html Suggested Reading: Foucault, M. (1998) Of Other Spaces. In: N. Mirzoeff ed. The visual cultural reader. London: Routledge. Pp.229- 236 Frank, T. and Weiland, M. eds. (1997), Commodify your Dissent : Salvos from The Baffler, London: W.W. Norton Gottdiener, M. ed. (2000) New Forms of Consumption: Consumers, Culture, and Commodification, Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Lefebvre, H. (1991), The Production of Space, Oxford: Blackwell Urry, J. (1995) Consuming Places, London: RoutledgeThe Exhibitionary Complex Key Text: Giebelhausen, M. The Architecture is the Museum in Marstine, J. ed. (2007). New Museum Theory and Practice, An Introduction, Oxford: Blackwell (pp 41-61) Suggested Reading: Barker, E. (1999) Contemporary Cultures of Display. London: OU Bennet, T. (1995) The Birth of the Museum: Theory, History, Politics. NY: Routledge Carbonell, B. Ed. (2004) Museum Studies: An Anthology of Contexts. Oxford: Blackwell Forty, Adrian (19860 Objects of Desire London: Thames and Hudson Hooper-Greenhill, E. (2000) Museums and the Interpretation of Visual Culture. London: Routledge. Karp, I. & Lavine, S. Eds. (1991) Exhibiting cultures : the poetics and politics of museum display. Washington & London: Smithsonian Institution Press. Pearce, S. (1991) Interpreting objects and collections. London: RoutledgeArtists and Exhibition Carrier, D. (2006) Museum Skepticism : a history of the display of art in public galleries (London: Duke University) Greenhalgh, Paul (1990) Ephemeral Vistas: The Expositions Universelles, Great Exhibition and Worlds Fairs, 1851- 1939, Manchester: Manchester University Press Krysa, J. (Ed) (2006) Curating Immateriality : the work of the curator in the age of network systems (London: Compass Academic) Weintraub, L. (2003) How Modern Artists Think and Work. London: Thames and HudsonCritiques of the culture industry Key reading: Adorno, Theodor W.(1991). The culture industry : selected essays on mass culture. London : Routledge. Benjamin, Walter. What is Epic Theatre?. In: Illuminations: Essays and Reflections. New York: Schocken Books. Eco, Umberto (1989). The open work. Harvard University Press Additional reading: Wolff, Janet (1993) The social production of art. London: Palgrave.
  • 6. The society of the spectacle Key reading: Debord, Guy (1994). The Society of the Spectacle. New York : Zone Books, 1994. Additional reading: Plant, Sadie (1992). The most radical gesture: the Situationist International in a postmodern age. London: Routledge. Gardiner, Michael (2000). Critiques of everyday life. London : Routledge. Chapter on the Situationist International Wark, McKenzie (2008). 50 years of recuperation of the Situationist International. New York: Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture: Princeton Architectural Press. Duncombe, Stephen ed (2002). Cultural resistance reader. London: Verso. Recommended viewing: Situationist International, 3 part TV programme, available on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SvdWk8zRrIRelational Aesthetics Key reading: Harvey, David (2009). A brief history of neoliberalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press Bourriaud, Nicholas (2002) Relational Aesthetics. Dijon: Presses du réel. Additional reading: Stallabrass, Julian (2004). Art incorporated: the story of contemporary art. Oxford : Oxford University Press. Hertz, Noreena (2002). The silent takeover : global capitalism and the death of democracy. London: Arrow Books. Hardt, Michael and Negri, Antonio (2000). Empire. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press AND... CHRIS BARKER, CULTURAL STUDIES; THEORY AND PRACTICE