Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies

Volume 20.2 (2014): 'Fear and Loathing'

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Includes articles on: identity in Tom Cho’s Look Who’s Morphing, the concept of ‘leadership’ in contemporary Western societies, the 'attention economy' in Michel Houellebecq's novels, parrhesia in Chaucer’s The Tale of Melibee, coming of age in the late-Harlem bildungsroman, matrilineal genealogies in Margaret Walker’s neo-slave narrative Jubilee, celebrations of female desire in Louise Labé’s sonnets and an analysis of hyper-heteromasculinity in 1970s Australian music cultures.

Contents


Introduction:

Volume 20.2, 2014: 'Fear and Loathing' by Steven de Haer and Colleen Harmer

Articles:

Book Reviews:

Cultural Reviews:

LiminArt 2014 Commendations:

Publication Details:

Submissions Editor

Colleen Harmer

Book Reviews Editors

Heather Delfs

Ashleigh Prosser

Cultural Reviews Editor

Amy Hilhorst

Web Editors

Steven de Haer

Charmaine Fernandez 

Cover Art

Alejandro Tearney

Editorial Collective

  • Chellyce Birch
  • Steven de Haer
  • Heather Delfs
  • Colleen Harmer
  • Sam Harper
  • Amy Hilhorst
  • Charmaine Fernandez
  • Andrea MacRae
  • Jacqueline Matthews
  • Theresa Miller
  • Carly Monks
  • Rukmini Pande
  • Ashleigh Prosser
  • Jessica Taylor
  • Federica Verdina
 
 

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