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  Volume 10, Number 2, January 2000

Table of Contents

From: Postmodern Culture

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Stuplimity: Shock and Boredom in Twentieth-Century Aesthetics

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Flickering Connectivities in Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl : The Importance of Media-Specific Analysis

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Dada Photomontage and net.art Sitemaps

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Stop Making Sense: Fuck 'em and Their Law (... It's Only I and O but I Like It...)

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Review Essay

Grotesque Caricature: Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut as the Allegory of Its Own Reception

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Brecht Our (Post-) Contemporary

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Veiled and Revealed

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Past, Present and Future: New Historicism versus Cultural Materialism

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The Truth About Pina Bausch: Nature and Fantasy in Carnations

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The Critical Idiom of Postmodernity and Its Contributions to an Understanding of Complexity

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Near Collisions: Rhetorical Cultural Studies or a Cultural Rhetorical Studies?

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Utopian Ironies

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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors


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