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Phil Thomas: An Odyssey in Song
(Canadian Folk Music/Musique folklorique canadienne, 2007)
Review of Andrew C. Rouse, The Remunerated Vernacular Singer: From Medieval England to the Post-War Revival
(Folk Music Journal, 2007)
Techno, Frankenstein and copyright
(Cambridge Journals, Cambridge University Press, 2007)
This essay argues that the widespread but not widely recognised adaptation of Frankenstein in contemporary dance music problematises the ‘technological’ constitution of modern copyright law as an instrument wielded by ...
Political Economy of Africa-India Relations: Remaking of a South-South Alliance?
It is analytically awkward to compare the relationship between a country and a continent. Arguably, in this case it is possible since India is a postcolonial country of continental proportions due to its size and diversity, ...
Agamben, Hegel, and the State of Exception
(Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 2007)
In his account of the state of exception, Agamben repeatedly relies upon what Hegel would have called Wesenslogik or ‘transcendental thinking’. Because of this reliance, the state of exception appears in Agamben’s account ...