Journal article

Australian cultural studies in an ‘asian century’

F Martin

Cultural Studies Review | UTS e | Published : 2019


The organizers of this Colloquium provided a number of prompts to help shape our conversation. These included a theoretical question—which agendas are most promising for the future development of the discipline?—and some political ones: What political concerns— within Australia, and internationally—shaped cultural studies’ practical engagements in the late 1990s? How have these changed? And which are now the most pressing? This short article attempts to respond to

University of Melbourne Researchers


Awarded by Australian Research Council

Funding Acknowledgements

The research of this article was supported by funding from the Australian Research Council (FT140100222 and DP160100304)