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new formations is an inter-disciplinary journal of culture, politics and theory. It covers a wide range of issues, from the seduction of perversity to questions of nationalism and postcolonialism.

'essential reading for those who want to understand politics in the light of the most important trends in contemporary theory' Chantal Mouffe.

Publisher: Lawrence and Wishart

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Number 49, Spring 2003

Introduction
pp. 7-13(7)
Authors: Tew, Philip; Wheeler, Wendy

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Science and the Aesthetics of English Modernism
pp. 32-47(16)
Author: Waugh, Patricia

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'Everything is Real': Gilles Deleuze and Creative Univocity
pp. 61-74(14)
Author: Hallward, Peter

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Trans-Genesis: An Interview with Eduardo Kac
pp. 75-90(16)
Author: Lynch, Lisa

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Humans, Animals, Machines
pp. 99-109(11)
Author: Soper, Kate

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The Scientist Goes Surfing: Timothy Leary, LSD and the Internet
pp. 110-123(14)
Author: Shaw, Debra Benita

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Demon-Haunted Darwinism
pp. 124-135(12)
Author: Luckhurst, Roger

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Future Imperfect: Versions of Science in the Theme Park
pp. 136-149(14)
Author: Philips, Deborah

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Everyday Life Invented and Revisited
pp. 165-169(5)
Author: Silva, Elizabeth B.

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Decade Grandeur
pp. 170-172(3)
Author: Leslie, Esther

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Ethnicity Beyond the Pale
pp. 173-175(3)
Author: Byrne, Eleanor

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Fandom Resistance
pp. 176-178(3)
Author: Perryman, Mark

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Booknotes
pp. 179-180(2)
Author: Bryden, Mary

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