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   State of Emergency                                                              
     J Armitage <j.armitage {AT} unn.ac.uk>                                               

   a site with downloadable short films that helps to promote filmmakers & cg anima
     "Noam Sher" <shernoam {AT} filmwatcher.com>                                          

   ___ R E A L T O K Y O  MAIL MAGAZINE  Vol. 98___                                
     OZAKI Tetsuya <ozaki {AT} blue.ocn.ne.jp>                                            

   Recent news from the Daniel Langlois Foundation - Fall 2002                     
     Dominique Fontaine <dfontaine {AT} fondation-langlois.org>                           

   Copyright in the News                                                           
     "time" <time {AT} digitalconfusion.org>                                              

   Art Documentary Association                                                     
     Seth Thompson <seththompson {AT} wigged.net>                                         

   new issue out now                                                               
     Redaktion Springerin <springerin {AT} springerin.at>                                 

   Milkbar: Globalisation and the Everyday City.                                   
     Craig Bellamy <milkbar {AT} milkbar.com.au>                                          

     guide <guide {AT} life.a-domesticguide.com>                                          

     "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                

   HISTORICAL MATERIALISM seeking reviewers                                        
     Sebastian Budgen <sebastian {AT} amadeobordiga.u-net.com> (by way of richard barbrook


Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 08:46:25 +0100
From: J Armitage <j.armitage {AT} unn.ac.uk>
Subject: State of Emergency

[Hi all, the Special Section on the State of Emergency that I have had a
hand in editing for _TCS is now out. For some reason, my Introduction does
not appear to warrant a URL -- maybe _TCS is trying to tell me something ...
No matter, for those interested in a technopolitics/infowar angle on
September 11 and afterwards, see the article by Mick Dillon; for those
interested in the debate over Hardt and Negri's _Empire see the critique by
John O'Neill. However, it has to be said that the entire Special Section is
very strong. As usual, I would be grateful if CSL members would spread this
message far and wide. Best wishes, John.]
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Subject: Theory, Culture & Society Volume 19 Issue 04

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Theory, Culture & Society

Explorations in Critical Social Science

Volume 19 Issue 04 - Publication Date: 1 August 2002


Ordinary Cosmopolitanisms: Strategies for Bridging Racial Boundaries among
Working-Class Men
Michele Lamont and Sada Aksartova Princeton University, USA

Special Section: State of Emergency

State of Emergency: An Introduction
John Armitage University of Northumbria at Newcastle, UK

The Terrorist Threat: World Risk Society Revisited
Ulrich Beck University of Munich

The Global Complexities of September 11th
John Urry Lancaster University

Network Society, Network-Centric Warfare and the State of Emergency
Michael Dillon  University of Lancaster

Reconnaissance Wars of the Planetary Frontierland
Zygmunt Bauman Universities of Leeds and Warsaw

Manufacturing Emergencies
Ryan Bishop and John Phillips National University of Singapore

Sovereignty and Emergency: Political Theology, Islam and American
Bryan S. Turner University of Cambridge

World Dis/Order: On Some Fundamental Questions
Couze Venn Culture and Society Centre

Lessons of September 11
Fred Dallmayr University of Notre Dame, USA

September 11, Social Theory and Democratic Politics
Douglas Kellner University of California, Los Angeles

The Pharmacotic War on Terrorism: Cure or Poison for the US Body Politic?
Larry N. George California State University, Long Beach

Ruptures within Empire, the Power of Exodus: Interview with Toni Negri
Giuseppe Cocco and Maurizio Lazzarato Default for Journals, UK

Empire versus Empire: A Post-Communist Manifesto
John O'Neill York University, Toronto

Defending Ways of Life: The (Anti-)Terrorist Rhetorics of Bush and Blair
Richard Johnson  Nottingham Trent University

Governance Hotspots: Challenges We Must Confront in the Post-September 11
Saskia Sassen University of Chicago

Review Article

The Violence and the Appeal of Raciologies: Colonialism, Camps and
Cosmopolitan Utopias

Gilroy, Paul, Between Camps: Nations, Cultures and the Allure of Race,
reviewed by Vikki Bell

Macey, David, Frantz Fanon: A Life, reviewed by Vikki Bell

Book Review

Feenberg, Andrew and Jim Freedman, When Poetry Ruled the Streets: The French
Events of 1968, reviewed by John Abromeit

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Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2002 18:26:04 +0200
From: "Noam Sher" <shernoam {AT} filmwatcher.com>
Subject: a site with downloadable short films that helps to promote filmmakers & cg animation artists... 

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      You Can Go to:
      Or read:

      Independent films or "Indie" films are steadily=20
      gaining popularity these days and distributing=20
      mainly over the Internet which is relatively=20
      inexpensive, very quick, offers circulation and=20
      is limited only by bandwidth..

      The main reason for the popularity is the falling=20
      prices of digital equipment and the increased=20
      power of computers. Both high and low-end 3D=20
      modeling and animation software and digital=20
      cameras have put film making within the financial=20
      grasp of the public.

      Just as starting musicians sought alternatives to=20
      breaking into their business, and certain=20
      established artists disaffected from bloated=20
      recording companies with the Napster phenomenon,=20
      the Indies have brought about a new sort of net=20
      experience - the Virtual Theatre.

      Other contributors to the cinema=B4s presence on=20
      the web include enthusiastic amateur movie=20
      makers, animators and film-school students who,=20
      through whose art, are simply trying to make=20
      themselves heard. Like certain music-sharing=20
      services, most of the works presented are if not=20
      freely-downloadable, free to view online.

      Computer-Generated ("C.G.") animation also plays=20
      a key role, as the same machines which can bring=20
      these movies into your home via the internet=20
      can,through digital special effects, be used to=20
      enhance and now even more easily create that very=20
      medium. What follows (again - like those music-
      sharing services) is a somewhat less-than-random=20
      surf through some currently available on-line=20
      short movies, or "shorts" .

      A high or low "click" rate can mean the=20
      difference between The Blair Witch (which started=20
      out as a web site) and a film that we=B4ll never=20
      hear about. Starting a web site is the first step=20
      in the right direction. The problem is exposure -=20
      and a single html page coded by your brother=B4s=20
      friend just won=B4t do.

      FilmWatcher=B4s mission is to serve the creators of=20
      independent entertainment (creators and fans), to=20
      provide a world-wide exhibition platform to=20
      showcase their material to a potential audience=20
      of millions. And unlike other short film sites=20
      that only give online access FilmWatcher=20
      specifically provides links to downloadable=20
      shorts! ... FilmWatcher=B4s mission is also to=20
      create a community for the film makers (& the=20
      film consumers) and to keep current on industry=20

      FilmWatcher.com Team
      Noam Sher | Manny Cort

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Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 03:43:40 +0900
From: OZAKI Tetsuya <ozaki {AT} blue.ocn.ne.jp>
Subject: ___ R E A L T O K Y O  MAIL MAGAZINE  Vol. 98___

R    E    A    L    T    O    K    Y    O    MAIL MAGAZINE
_____10_04_2002_Fri_vol.98___________ http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/

[This Week's Index]

(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary
Nakanishi Daisuke (Little More) vol. 003

(2) Out of Tokyo vol. 47
The Translation Agency Project

(3) Event Pick of the Week
Contemporary Israeli Design: Chanan de Lange Exhibition

(4) Presents
Design exhibition tickets & books

This week's RT Picks:

art+cinema+music+stage+design+town = 42 events
including 17 new ones!
Plus new entries on our 'book/disk' page.

Check them out!


(1) Tokyo Editors' Diary

Nakanishi Daisuke (Little More), vol. 003

Although we're approaching our next deadline, I'm still doing interviews.  
Today I'm talking to Fukuda Kazuya and musician Toyota Michinori in a
karaoke box in Gakugei-daigaku. Toyota brought a guitar, and the four
pieces he plays us in a closed room (kind of an experiment on humans) are
really cool. Also joining is an old friend from the Fukuda seminar, Arai
Ryo, and he seems to be one of the few music friends of Toyota. Inoue
Yumiko takes a series of polaroids, and we don't have time to wait for the
design. When the session is over Fukuda flies off like the wind, and
togther with Omine, one of our editors, I run to balance the books.

Read more at:


(2) Out of Tokyo, vol. 47

The Translation Agency Project

The next REALTOKYO BAR event, titled "One Year After: the media one year
after 10/8," is coming up on 10/11 (Fri), and besides this we've just
starting a new project on REALTOKYO (for the time being only on the
Japanese page, English coming later). We have established a page on the
theme of "I want to translate this book,"  giving spirited translators and
translators-to-be a platform to introduce selected books that are not yet
available in a Japanese translation, along with their own profiles and
translation samples. Interested publishers can get in touch with
applicants to make direct assignments. This, by the way, happens without
any profit on the REALTOKYO side. The idea is to connect translators and
publishers, in order to produce Japanese editions of interesting but for
some reason not (yet) translated books.

Read more at:


(3) Event Pick of the Week

Contemporary Israeli Design: Chanan de Lange Exhibition

It often happens that the best and most refined works are produced not in
an environment where everything is possible and available, but rather in
circumstances of restriction. This event kicks off a series introducing
design from Israel that was born out of a limited market where equipment
and materials are insufficient and the economical situation unstable. On
display at this first exhibition are stools based on freehand-drawn
sketches, stack rooms that hang down from the ceiling, and other items
that exceed our established perception of design. Following this
exhibition, Tal Gur and Yaacov Kaufman are showing their works at the
"Tokyo Designers Block" event. - -- Murata Yuko


(4) Presents

This week we give away a total of ten tickets to five readers for the
"Puiforcat Exhibition," as well as three copies of "Nami 4 Ever For Longer
Ride," an illustrated book by Nigel Scott and Nomura Yoshio.

To apply and for more info see:


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- - Tokyo, 4 Weeks

- - Presents

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Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 15:36:57 -0400
From: Dominique Fontaine <dfontaine {AT} fondation-langlois.org>
Subject: Recent news from the Daniel Langlois Foundation - Fall 2002

Pour la version franaise :

[ Apologies for cross-posting / Veuillez excuser les envois multiples ]


Recent news from the Daniel Langlois Foundation - Fall 2002


After spending three years developing a prototype and seeking partners and
funding, we are proud to launch an electronic catalogue that brings
together a wealth of information and documentation on the Canadian artist
Michael Snow and all areas of his work.

A co-production by the Foundation and poxy Communications, this DVD-ROM
is put out by Les ditions du Centre Pompidou.

For further details, consult:


Given the importance we place on making public the research and findings
of the projects we fund, we invite you to consult the files describing the
funded projects and the artists or groups of researchers involved. Fully
illustrated with photo reproductions and audio or video excerpts from past
works, the section on projects supported by the Foundation lets you
explore a whole spectrum of artistic projects at the vanguard of research
in science and technology, daring and relevant projects in our
hypermediatized world.

The 2002 projects :


Note that the Exhibition, Distribution and Performance Program for
Organizations and the Program for Organizations from Emerging Regions have
been suspended and are being reviewed. In December, we will announce the
guidelines for the new program designed for organizations.

The program for individuals, artists or researchers remains unchanged, and
the deadline for applying is still *January 31, 2003*.
Funding programs:


A retired academic, Dr. O'Grady contributed greatly to the early years of
electronic arts by founding several departments of media studies, in
particular at the State University of New York at Buffalo. The faculty at
SUNY Buffalo included such eminent artists as the Vasulkas, Hollis
Frampton, Paul Sharits, Tony Conrad, Peter Weibel and James Blue. During
his stay in Montreal, Dr. O'Grady will help the Foundation analyze the
Steina and Woody Vasulka Archives and interpret the findings in an on-line
publication by the Foundation.

University professors in Montreal who are interested in inviting Dr.
O'Grady to address their class (in English) can contact the Foundation at:
 <info {AT} fondation-langlois.org>

Press release:


We've sent you this press release to keep you abreast of activities at the
Daniel Langlois Foundation. If you wish to be taken off our mailing list,
simply reply to this message with the words REMOVE FROM MAILING LIST in the
subject line. Thank you. 


Date: Sat, 12 Oct 2002 14:35:00 -0500
From: "time" <time {AT} digitalconfusion.org>
Subject: Copyright in the News

Copyright Law in the News:

NPR coverage of the Supream Court copyright case (audio):

Profile on Lawrence Lessig (excellent!)
from The Economist:

Singapore Rejects US Copyright Extension
from BBC News:

Internet Radio Copyright:

Personal Account of Dealing with the RIAA over Internet Radio Copyright
from Slashdot:

FCC's Plan for re-Legalizing Internet Radio stations
from salon.com:

and the senator's that are blocking it...
from the Radio & Internet Newsletter:

Further Action:

The Library of Congress accepting public comment on the DMCA
the slashdot story: 
the actual legal doc: 

The Eldred v. Ashcroft Website

The Electronic Freedom Foundation


Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2002 11:06:30 +0800
From: Seth Thompson <seththompson {AT} wigged.net>
Subject: Art Documentary Association

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Dear Friends,

I recently developed a site to provide an online forum for art 
documentary makers.  It can be found at 
(http://www.artdocumentary.org)  The Art Documentary Association's 
mission is to provide a forum to find out how art documentary makers 
can create enticing art documentaries that are intelligent, exciting 
and accessible.

The success of this association depends on the activity of the community.  
I am hoping that art documentary makers will share experiences and
collaboratively work together to create better arts education models
through the media.  I welcome articles, opinions and resource information
to be posted on the site.

Please tell all that may be interested to visit the site at:  
http://www.artdocumentary.org.  If you have any questions or need
additional information please do not hesitate to contact me at
seththompson {AT} wigged.net.  Thank you for your time.

Best wishes,

Seth Thompson
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Seth Thompson
Wigged Productions
seththompson {AT} wigged.net

Evolving Traditions: Artists Working in New Media
Video Documentary. 2002. (Color, 56:35)
Directed and produced by Seth Thompson.

Profiles four internationally recognized artists who have 
incorporated current computer technology into their work to enhance 
their artistic visions.  Artists addressed are: Mark Amerika, 
Tennessee Rice Dixon, Toni Dove, and Troika Ranch.

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Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 11:09:19 +0200
From: Redaktion Springerin <springerin {AT} springerin.at>
Subject: new issue out now

Out now: springerin 3_02 "Cosmopolitics"

springerin 3_02 investigates the call for an emancipatory view of
"cosmopolitics" and a new concept of world citizenship, and explores their
repercussions within a globally extended contemporary culture.

There is a central opposition reflected in the wide conceptual range of
the term "cosmopolitics." On the one hand, it gathers together hopes and
projections aimed towards establishing "fundamentally democratic"
international cultural politics with a multi-cultural reach. On the other,
the "cosmopolitical" - in as far as it always also has to do with
politico-cultural supremacy - also comprises the quest for power, and we
are warned of global endeavours by the USA - the last remaining world
power - in this direction.

A close scrutiny of new, internationalist institutions purporting to have
a cosmopolitan outlook shows that "cosmopolitics," or its strategic
employment, is often also based on exclusions.

springerin 3_02 includes articles by: Ruben Arevshatyan, Ieva Auzina,
Jochen Becker, C=E3lin Dan, Matthias Dusini, Petra Erdmann, Christian
H=F6ller, Vill=F6 Huszai, Nebjosa Jovanovic, Alessandro Ludovico, Yates
McKee, Suzana Milevska, Achille Mbembe, Bert Rebhandl, Klaus Ronneberger,
Dierk Schmidt, Neil Smith, Vera Tollmann.

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!!! NEW: FOR THE ENGLISH VERSION SEE  http://www.springerin.at/en/ !!!

redaktion springerin
museumsplatz 1 / 4 / 3, A-1070 wien / vienna, T +43 1 5229124, F & 
ISDN +43 1 5229125, http://www.springerin.at
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Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 20:59:34 +1000
From: Craig Bellamy <milkbar {AT} milkbar.com.au>
Subject: Milkbar: Globalisation and the Everyday City.

Dear Nettime,

I would like to introduce my project to you. It is an oral-history account
that speculatively tries to understand globalisation within an inner-city
Australian community. It is almost due for submission as part of a
Doctorate program here at RMIT University in Melbourne. Your comments are
most appreciated and I will try and enact on them if you have any major


Milkbar.com.au: Globalisation and the Everyday City Creator Bellamy, Craig
Subject Humanities; History; Oral History; Local History; Melbourne,

Description This is a project that seeks to offer a speculative encounter
with the set of ideas called 'globalisation' through utilising some of the
new tools offered to researchers. Using a mini digital video camera, I
have recorded a number of people in the suburb of Fitzroy, an inner city
suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The creator has asked people what they
identify with in the suburb, how this has changed over time, and what they
see as negative or positive changes. Succinctly, the raison d'tre of the
project is to create an oral history archive of the area in a period of
rapid change and to try and understand some of these changes within larger
analytical frameworks.

take care,



Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 22:56:37 -0400
From: guide <guide {AT} life.a-domesticguide.com>
Subject: life.a-domesticguide;$justice+2

life.a-domesticguide   or, a concatenated practice of living

what goodness hath wrought
      what badness hath wrought
          what attitude hath wrought
              what latitude hath wrought
                  what nature hath wrought
                      what day hath wrought
                          what domestication hath wrought

& that which is to the pleasure of eyes
      & that which is to the pleasure of ears
          & that which is to the pleasure of cerebrum

justice +2


Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 21:46:23 +1000
From: "geert lovink" <geert {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: =?Windows-1252?Q?Johan_Grimonprez:=B4zapomatik`?=

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From: info {AT} edith-russ-haus.de=20
Friday, 18th October 2002, 7 pm
Johan Grimonprez presents his new website 'zapomatik'

Johan Grimonprez (B) presents his new =84zapomatik=93 website =
(www.zapomatik.com) and video lounge on the subject of =84zapping=93. =
With historic material as well as a digital work off the Internet, =
Grimonprez takes up the ad industry=92s influence on media productions =
and consumer behavior. Channel-zapping has changed our (tele)visual =
habits: This project confronts the fact that commercial interruptions =
cause us to only partially perceive what we are watching, inducing =
social and economic change.

Edith-Ru=DF-Haus f=FCr Medienkunst
Edith Russ Site for Media Art
Katharinenstra=DFe 23
26121 Oldenburg
t. +49 (0)441 235 32 08
f. +49 (0)441 235 21 61

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Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 19:38:10 +0100
From: Sebastian Budgen <sebastian {AT} amadeobordiga.u-net.com> (by way of richard barbrook)
Subject: HISTORICAL MATERIALISM seeking reviewers

Dear Comrades/Colleagues

Historical Materialism seeks to publish critical discursive reviews/review
articles of recent publications that would be of interest to Marxists and
readers of the journal. In particular encourages reviews that contextualise
and extend debate, and accepts reviews of books that have affinities or
common debates upon which critical discourse can be developed. It normally
allows between 3,000 and 6,000 words for a review, and potential
contributors are asked to seek out a copy of the journal to familiarise
themselves with the style and nature of the publication - we tend to reject
short, purely descriptive pieces.

If you are a historical materialist and want to review for us, let us know
what areas you are willing to review in, and tell us what your research
interests are (some indication of previous publications would be useful). I
list below a sample of books currently available for review that we are
actively seeking reviewers for. If you want more details about the book,
please contact me. If you already know the book and/or the author/editor,
please give us some outline of how you would plan to deal with the book in a
review. For any enquiries or correspondence in this regard, mail Paul
Reynolds on reynoldp {AT} edgehill.ac.uk (full contact details are below in the
e-mail signature.)

Current Books Available for Review (some are suggested in 'bundles)':

- - Salt of the Earth/Thraxton - & The Generalissimo's Son/Taylor - &
Postmodernism and China/Dirlik and Zhang - & Inventing China through
History/Wang and Suny & Forging Reform in China/Steinfeld & Transforming
Asian Socialism/Chan et al.
- -
- - What's the matter with the Internet?/Poster - Minnesota
- -
- - Social capital versus Social Theory/Fine
- -
- - Socialist Europe and Revolutionary Russia/Naarden
- -
- - Kronstadt 1917-1921: The fate of a Soviet Democracy/Getzler
- -
- - New Directions in Soviet History/White
- -
- - Forging Democracy/Eley
- -
- - The Mighty Experiment/ Drescher
- -
- - - Transnational Capitalism and the Struggle over European
- -
- - New Regionalisms in the Global Political Economy/ (ed) Breslin et al /
Globalisation. Regionalisation and Cross Border Regions /ed Perkmann and Sum
& Globalisation at the Margins/ed Grant and Short & Globalisation and
Insecurity/Harris-White & The Enigma of Globalisation/Went
- -
- - Capitalist Restructuring, Globalisation and the Third Way/Ryner
- -
- -. The Politics of the Urban Poor in Early C20th India/Goopta

- -. The Liberal Model and Africa/Good & Economic Recovery in Africa/ Makhan &
Africa since 1940/Cooper & The Economic Decline of Zimbabwe / Jenkins and

- -. Markets, Class and Social Change (South Asia)/Crow & Japan at a
deadlock/Morishima & State-Led Modernisation and the new Middle Class in
Malaysia/Embong & Japan and the Reconstruction of East Asia/Kelly &
Southeast Asia Industrialisation/ed Jomo & The Social Impact of the Asia
Crisis/ed Hoa

- -. Our Kind of Freedom(us Slavery)/Ransom and Such & Coercion, Contract and
free labor in the C19th (US)/ Steinfeld

- -  Globalisation on the Line (US Borders) /ed Sadowski-Smith
- - . Global Unions/ (ed) Harrod and O'Brien / Global Governance: Critical
perspectives/(ed) Wilkinson and Hughes / Towards a Global polity/(ed)
Ougaard and Higgott/Global Justice-Transnational politics/ed De grieff and
- -
- - Egalitarian Politics in the Age of Globalisation/ed Murphy
- -
- -. The Transition to a Colonial Economy/Parthasarathi

- - The International Political Economy of Transformation (Argentina, Brazil
and Chile)/Pang & The Unidad Popular and the Pinochet Dictatorship/Meller
- -
- - Globalisation and History (Atlantic Economy) /O'Rourke and Williamson
- -
- - Workers and peasants in the Middle East/Benin
- -
- - Murdering the Dead/ Amadeo Bordiga & Bordiga vs Pannekoek
- -
- - Divided Natures (Ecology)/Whiteside
- -
- - Sukhanov, Chronicler of the Russian Revolution/Getzler
- -
Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe/ed Bieler & Morton & - The
Politics of Europe/ed Bonefeld

- - . Globalisation and Third World Socialism (Cuba and VietNam/Brundenius and
- - Reinterpreting the French Revolution/Stone & The War on the Streets in
Revolutionary Paris/Harsin & The French Second Empire/Price
- -
- -  The Culmination of Capital (essays on Vol 3)/ed campbell and Reuten
- - The Politics of Nature/Roe (ed)
- -
- - Women, Gender and Industrialisation/Honeyman & Adapting to
capitalism/Sharpe & Debating gender in Early Modern England 1500-1700/ed
Malcolmson & Suzuki
- -
- - The Politics of the Excluded 1500-1850/(ed) Harris
- -
- - What Global Economic Crisis/ed Arestis et al & The Global Crisis
- -
 -Inequality around the World/Freeman

- - Authority and Markets (Susan Strange Anthology)/Ed Tooze and May &
Critical Perspectives on International Political Economy/(ed) Abbott and
- -
- - The Post-Colonial Middle Ages/ ed Cohen
- -
- - Origins of the French Welfare State/Dutton
- -
- - Karl Popper 1902-1945/Hacohen & Kuhn, Philosopher of Scientific
Revolution/Sharrock and Read
- -
- - The Communist party of Great Britain since 1920/Eaden and Renton
- -
- - Unmasking LA/ed Sawhney
- -
- - States of Confinement/ed James
- -
- - Habermas, Critical Theory and Health/ Graham Scrambler
- -
- -. Suspensions of Perception/ Crary

- - Romanticism and Millenariianism/ed Fulford
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- - The Underground of the Phantom of the Opera/Hogle
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- -. The Divided City (Ancient Athens)/Loraux

- -. Metal and Flesh (evolution)/ Dyens

- -. Shelley and Revolutionary Ireland - O'Brien

- - Marx and Wittgenstein / Ed Kitching and Pleasants
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- - George Bataille: An Intellectual Biography/Surya
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- - Civil Society and democratic Theory/ Baker
- -
- -. Hegemony - A Realist Analysis/ Joseph

- - The Specter of Democracy/Howard
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- - The Origins of Left-Libertarianism/ed Vallentyne and Steiner &
Left-Libertarianism and its critics/ed Vallentyne and Steiner
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- - Reflections of Political Theory/Neal Wood
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- - International Civil Society/Colas
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- - Economic Management  and French Business/Maclean
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- - Neoliberalism and neopanamercianism - view from Latin America/(ed)Prevost
and Campos

Best Wishes


Paul Reynolds
Senior Lecturer in Politics and Sociology
Centre for Studies in the Social Sciences
Edge Hill College
St Helens Road
Lancs L394QP
Tel: 01695 584370
email: reynoldp {AT} edgehill.ac.uk

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