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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 52, Spring 2004

Editorial
pp. 7-9(3)
Author: Merck, Mandy

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Imperialism Redux?
pp. 27-34(8)
Author: Smith, Paul

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Sexuality, Subjectivity and... Economics?
pp. 82-93(12)
Author: Merck, Mandy

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The Death of the Working-class Hero
pp. 94-110(17)
Author: Kaplan, Cora

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Emotion Pictures
pp. 111-117(7)
Author: Highmore, Ben

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Empire and Form
pp. 118-121(4)
Author: Burrows, Stuart

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Thinking of England: Slavery and Sexuality
pp. 122-127(6)
Author: Shapiro, Stephen

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The Gains of Loss
pp. 128-131(4)
Author: Henderson, Desirée

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Transforming Politics
pp. 132-136(5)
Author: Radstone, Susannah

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Reality Makeover
pp. 137-139(3)
Author: Biressi, A.R.

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Booknotes
pp. 140-143(4)

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