restricted access   Volume 6, Number 2, January 1996

Table of Contents

From: Postmodern Culture

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"The Nine Grounds of Intellectual Warfare"

Women Writers and the Restive Text: Feminism, Experimental Writing and Hypertext

"God Has No Allergies": Immanent Ethics and the Simulacra of the Immune System

Deleuze, Sense and the Event of AIDS

Hyper in 20th Century Culture: The Dialectics of Transition from Modernism to Postmodernism

"Early Spring" and "Equinox"

Popular Culture Column

Radio Lessons for the Internet


Lacan Looks at Hill and Hears His Name Spoken: An Interpretive Review of Gary Hill through Lacan's "I's" and Gazes

Biding Spectacular Time

Theorizing Public/Pedagogic Space: Richard Serra's Critique of Private Property

The First Amendment in an Age of Electronic Reproduction

It's Only Rock'n'Roll?

Rewiring the Culture


Selected Letters from Readers


Notices (Announcements and Advertisements)