44: Mass-Observation as Poetics and Science

Autumn 2001


Introduction: the project of mass-observation -  FREE TO VIEW 
Laura Marcus

Charles Madge and the mass-observation archive: a personal note
Dorothy Sheridan

Bourgeois news: Humphrey Jennings and Charles Madge
Rod Mengham

In the blitz of dreams: mass-observation and the historical uses of dream reports
Tyrus Miller

‘A door half open to surprise’: Charles Madge’s imminences
Steven Connor

Charles Madge: political perception and the persistence of poetry
Drew Milne

Charles Madge and mass-observation are at home: from anthropology to war, and after
Nick Hubble

Mass-observation, surrealism, social anthropology: a present-day assessment
Jeremy MacClancy

Giving voice to the ordinary: mass-observation and the documentary film
Elizabeth Cowie

Historical entries: mass-observation diarists 1937-2001
Margaretta Jolly

Arresting cinema: surveillance and the city-state in the representation of Hong Kong
Karen Fang

A question of sport? Butler contra Laclau contra Zizek
Jeremy Gilbert

Zizek against the fashionable intelligence: on totalitarianism
Lois Wheller

Vulgarity, he said: T.J. Clark’s modernism
Herman Rapaport

The limitations of ‘duckology’
Adam Roberts

Ben Highmore, Megan Stern, Gail Low

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