38: Hating Tradition Properly

Editor(s): 
Summer 1999

Contents

Editorial -  FREE TO VIEW 
Scott McCracken and Antony Roland  

‘Hating tradition properly’
Neil Lazarus 

Post-apartheid reason: critical theory in South Africa
Graham Pechey  

Adorno and the question of Schubert’s sexuality
Andrew Edgar  

After ‘His Master’s Voice’
Barbara Engh  

The cultural legacy of critical theory
Herbert Schnädelbach  

The Frankfurt School, the father and the social fantasy
Sean Homer  

Flaneur or flaneuse?: Mythologies of modernity
Deborah Parsons  

The return of the flaneur: The afterlife of an allegory
Graeme Gilloch  

Space and West End girls: Walter Benjamin versus cultural studies
Esther Leslie  

Mosaics of omnivorousness: middle-class youth and popular culture
Eamonn Carrabine and Brian Longhurst  

Despairing of happiness: the redeeming dialectic of critical theory
Kate Soper 

REVIEWS -  FREE TO VIEW 
Music of the future
Andrew Blake

Frankfurt and Yale
Martin McQuillan

BOOKNOTES -  FREE TO VIEW 
Alasdair Pettinger, Peter Hulme, Judith Squires, Stephen Woodhams

 

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