Critical Arts

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CRITICAL ARTS examines the relationship between texts and contexts of media in the Third World, cultural formations and popular forms of expression. It aims to create a space for an African and Third World perspective of media (both formal and informal) in culture and social theory. CRITICAL ARTS aims to challenge and engage conventional academic practices which reinforce undemocratic relations in society.

Vol 18, No 2 (2004):

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Table of Contents


Keyan G Tomaselli, Nisha Ramlutchman
The Healing Land: Research Methods in Kalahari Communities
Vanessa McLennan-Dodd
Hitting the Hot Spots: Literary Tourism as a Research Field with Particular Reference to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Lindy Stiebel
Representations and Objections: Geert Van Kesteren and the 13th International Aids Conference, Durban, 2000
Alexandra von Stauss
Book Review: Brian McNair, An Introduction to Political Communication (3rd edition), London: Routledge, 2003, ISBN 0415307082, 272pp.
Phil Joffe
Book Review: Ronald Segal. Islam's Black Slaves: A History of Africa's other Black Diaspora. London: Atlantic Books, 2003, ISBN 190380981, xi + 273pp. Notes, Index, References, Maps.
Bhekimpilo Sibanda
Film Review: Seeing is Believing: Handicams, Human Rights and the News. Directed by Katerina Cizek and Peter Wintonick, 2002, 58 minutes. First Run/Icarus Films. Colour.
Sean Jacobs

ISSN: 0256-004
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