Category Archives: teaching

CCS PhD Seminar 2010-2011 (CCS only)

Centre for Cultural Studies PhD seminar 2010-2011 4 Oct – John Hutnyk – introductory and organizational discussion (no pre-reading) 11 Oct – John Hutnyk – Mussell: Three pages from “Social and Political Thought” Adorno: ‘What National Socialism Has Done to … Continue reading

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Will pre course massive expansion be funded?

I haven’t been involved in this venture to offer year long fee paying access courses to potential international students. But still I am concerned as to how we can do this at Goldsmiths, how anyone could afford it, and when … Continue reading

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Warm It Up Moloko-plus my little droogies – I could teach you, but I'd have to charge

In another fine mess, the University of East London contributes to the escalation of madness that also saw Will Hutton foolishly pontificating against G20 protesters on the BBC two nights ago as part of a series of suits trotted out … Continue reading

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ASA – From Post-Imperial Anthropology to Post-Anthropological Empire?

A cross post from the Association of Social Anthropology site, filed here (awaiting moderation), but check the original if interested. As I cannot face reading the papers with War Hero Harry splattered (in the wrong way) across the front today, … Continue reading

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Mark has skillz

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Doc Smith

Doc Smith. Congratulations. Joins a motley crew – Saul, Howard, Nicola and Ji-Yeon. KUDOS-tastic. From: John Hutnyk – Academic Director, Centre for Cultural Studies Work: Blog: Links: Events:

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Marx Course for next Year. (draft)

Lecture course 2006-2007 – Centre for Cultural Studies. [draft] “Cultural Studies and Capitalism” Lecturer: John Hutnyk, CCS. This course will take Marx’s Capital Volume One as a core text, reading a chapter a week (Penguin translation), supplemented by more recent … Continue reading

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