Special Section on Affective Landscapes

An issue of: Cultural Politics

Special Section on Affective Landscapes
Journal Issue Pages: 152 Volume 9, Number 3 Published: November 2013 An issue of Cultural Politics


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Walmart, Financialization, and the Cultural Politics of Securitization--Max Haiven

Revealing Power: Masked Protest and the Blank Figure--Pollyanna Ruiz  

Accidentology: A Critical Assessment of Paul Virilio's Political Economy of Speed--Steve Matthewman  

The Indian Biennale Effect: The Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2012--Robert E. D'Souza  

Special Section on Affective Landscapes

Affective Landscapes: An Introduction--Christine Berberich, Neil Campbell, and Robert Hudson

Playgrounds and Bombsites: Postwar Britain's Ruined Landscapes--Ben Highmore  

Killing Memory: Roadside Memorial Removals and the Necropolitics of Affect--Robert M. Bednar  

“Places Where I Forgot Things”: Memory, Identity, and the British Council Estate in the Paintings of George Shaw--Ian Waites
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