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This article examines neurasthenia (or “nervous exhaustion”) as a signifier for cultural practices and formations embedded in, and shaping, late 19th-century discursive and material spaces. Neurasthenia and its putative “cure”—in the production of a domestic interior protecting its...
This article examines class and its relevance for contemporary cultural studies in Britain through a reading of a recent publication concerned with the current state of the British working class in the wake of rapid socioeconomic change occurring in the United Kingdom and across the developed...
This article began out of many train journeys from the author’s home in Eastern Sydney to various parts of the Western suburbs where she was working with young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. These young people are redefining what it means to be Australian,...
Just as Web browsers use information about surfing habits to customize content and advertising, so the development of mobile commerce (m-commerce) promises to capitalize on the real-time monitoring of the time-space paths followed by consumers. Thanks to the development of wireless, networked...
This essay speculates on the changing forms through which “traveler’s space” is materially constituted within the fabric of everyday life. The author first provides a history of traveler’s space as a non-place, via the writings of Le Corbusier, Boorstin, and Augé. Second, through an...
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