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ARTF5254M
ARTF5254M Module Reading List

Critical Issues, 2019/20, Semester 1
Dr Liz Stainforth
e.m.stainforth@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
  • Mieke Bal (1992) ‘Telling, Showing, Showing Off’, Critical inquiry. ISSN: 0093-1896, 18(3), 556-594.
  • David Beer (2009) ‘Power through the algorithm? Participatory web cultures and the technological unconscious’, New media and society. ISSN: 1461-4448, 11(6), 985-1002.
  • Claire Bishop (2006), ‘The Social Turn: Collaboration and its Discontents’, Artforum international. ISSN: 1086-7058 1086-7058 0004-3532 1, 44, 178–183. (Minerva)
  • Jean Burgess, Helen Klaebe and Kelly McWilliam (2010) ‘Mediatisation and Institutions of Public Memory: Digital Storytelling and the Apology’, Australian historical studies. ISSN: 1031-461X, 10(2), 149-165.
  • Nico Carpentier (2011) ‘Contextualising Author-Audience Convergences: “New” technologies’ claims to increased participation, novelty and uniqueness’, Cultural studies. ISSN: 0950-2386, 25(3-4), 517-533.
  • Michel de Certeau, ‘Walking in the City: 2. The chorus of idle footsteps’, in The practice of everyday life ISBN: 0520236998, pp. 97-102. (Minerva)
  • Jodi Dean (2005) ‘Communicative capitalism: Circulation and the foreclosure of politics’, Cultural politics. ISSN: 1743-2197; 1751-7435, 1(1), 51-74.
  • Caitlin DeSilvey (2012) ‘Making Sense of Transience: An Anticipatory History’, Cultural geographies. ISSN: 1474-4740, 19(1), 31-54.
  • Stuart Hall (1999) ‘Un‐ settling “the heritage”, re‐ imagining the post‐ nation’, Third text. ISSN: 0952-8822, 13(49), 3-13.
  • Beatriz Jaguaribe & Scott Salmon, ‘Reality Tours: Experiencing the real thing in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas’, in Tim Edensor and Mark Jayne (eds.) Urban Theory Beyond the West, pp. 239 – 260. (read extract: ‘Packaging the favelas spectacle’ 249-255). Available online.
  • Petra Kuppers (2017) ‘Dancing Material History: Site-Specific Performance in Michigan’, TDR : The drama review. ISSN: 1054-2043, 61(3), 132-140.
  • Lisa Nakamura (2014) ‘Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture’, American Quarterly. ISSN: 0003-0678, 66(4), 919-941.
  • Andrea Phillips (2014), 'Remaking the Arts Centre' in Cluster : dialectionary ISBN: 9783956790607, 214-230. (Minerva)
  • Sarah Pink, ‘An urban tour: The sensory sociality of ethnographic place-making’, Ethnography ISSN: 1466-1381 9(2), pp. 175 – 196 (read extract ‘A Tour of Mold’ pp. 183-190)
  • Susan Leigh Star and James R. Griesemer (1989) ‘Institutional ecology, “translations”, and boundary objects: Amateurs and professionals in Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, 1907–1939’, Social studies of science. ISSN: 0306-3127, 19(3), 387-420.
  • Joel Taylor & Laura Kate Gibson (2017) ‘Digitisation, digital interaction and social media: embedded barriers to democratic heritage’, International journal of heritage studies. ISSN: 1470-3610, 23(5), 408-420.
  • John Urry, ‘Social Relations of Gazing’ in The Tourist Gaze 3.0, pp. 201-205 (available online via the Library website)
  • Andrea Witcomb (2002) ‘”A place for all of us”? Museums and Communities’ in Re-imagining the museum : beyond the mausoleum ISBN: 9780415220996; 0415220998 (pbk.) : £16.99; 041522098x (ed. Witcomb) London: Routledge, 70–86. (Minerva)

This list was last updated on 08/10/2018