In this Issue
- Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 2003
- Special Issue: Benjamin Now:
Extending beyond the postmodern, boundary 2 approaches problems of literature and culture from a number of politically, historically, and theoretically informed perspectives. boundary 2 remains committed to understanding the present and approaching the study of culture and politics (national and international) through literature, philosophy, and the human sciences.
published byDuke University Press
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Table of Contents
- Should Benjamin Have Read Marx?
- pp. 31-49
- Reception in Distraction
- pp. 51-66
- The Concept of Fashion in The Arcades Project
- pp. 131-142
- Architectural History: Benjamin and Holderlin
- pp. 143-168
- pp. 1-15
- Books Received
- pp. 213-216
- pp. 217-219
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