The International Journal of Baudrillard Studies has just released their January, 2014 issue.
Does that mean this journal is capable of time travel? Can we really determine what is future in our world of simulation and hyperreality?
Check out the table of contents below, or visit their website.
Volume 11, Number 1 (January, 2014)
Table of Contents
Provocation is an attempt to make something visible through contradiction, through scandal, defiance; to make something visible that should perhaps guard its secret (Baudrillard, The Singular Objects of Architecture. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2002:16).
An Interview with Mike Gane by Paul O. Mahoney
Thorsten Botz-Bornstein. Revelation and Seduction: Baudrillard, Tillich, and Muslim Punk
Alan Cholodenko. (The) Death (of) The Animator, or: The Felicity of Felix
John Iliopoulos. Baudrillard and a Short History of Psychiatric Photography
Sean McQueen. Remote Control Society: Baudrillard and Inversive Utopia
Keith Moser. The Ubiquity of the Simulated Object and the Search for Happiness and Identity in a Globalized, Hyper-real World
William Pawlett. Baudrillard’s Duality: Manichaeism and The Principle of Evil
Alex Wade. Social Metaphors and Meaning in Fourth Order Simulacra
Undergraduate Thesis Deploying Baudrillard
Lucy-Jayne Bloomer Davies. Rethinking ‘Food Pornography’: The Media and the Critical Illusion
Paul O. Mahoney. On Baudrillard’s Uses of Elias Canetti
From the Web [A listing of things ‘Baudrillard’ roaming in cyberspace]