- You need to have subscription to this great journal to read the articles but I am sure all major university libraries are subscribed to. At the end there is also roundup on art/intellectual/academic links…
- [update: all articles downloadable here]
- Introduction: Thinking after Michel Foucault
- Couze Venn and Tiziana Terranova
- Theory Culture Society 2009;26 1-11
- Alternatives to the Prison: Dissemination or Decline of Social Control?
- Michel Foucault
- Theory Culture Society 2009;26 12-24
- Foucaults Untimely Struggle: Toward a Form of Spirituality
- Paul Rabinow
- Theory Culture Society 2009;26 25-44
- Identity, Nature, Life: Three Biopolitical Deconstructions
- Judith Revel
- Theory Culture Society 2009;26 45-54
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Posts Tagged ‘dan brown’
I have finished reading Dan Brown’s last novel, The Lost Symbol, a few days ago. Maybe to be begin with, I must tell you that this is not a novel but a script for a planned blockbuster. Maybe if one takes it as a script, disappointment would be lesser. After the Da Vinci Code, this is a very frustrating one for the fans like me. Some quick notes:
1. Character formations in the novel are extremely weak, shallow. Robert Langdon is a reactionary guy. He first reacts to whatever told him, then he is surprised and accepts. Same pattern throughout the novel.
2. After the Da Vinci Code, Mr. Brown might have decided not to touch culturally and religiously sensitive issues. This book will not bring much reaction from the Church etc.
3. The novel looks likes a “sponsored post” (!). As if funded by freemasonry establishment. I have no problem with freemasonry, just that the novel should have gone beyond mere propaganda.
4. Well, despite all, if the narrative brought about exciting revelations like it did in the previous novel, it would still be satisfactory for me. But I wasn’t particularly excited with turning points in the novel… Read the rest of this entry »