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Theodor Adorno: "Introduction" in Negative Dialectics Theodor Adorno: "Part Two: Negative Dialectics: Concept and Categories" in Negative Dialects


Mikhail Bakhtin: Art and Answerability * Mikhail Bakhtin: Chapter Three: The Idea in Dostoevsky in Problems with Dostoevsky's Poetics * Nicolas Bourriaud: Relational Aesthetics * Bruce Barber: The Gift of Littoral Art Practice * Howard Becker Interview with Hans Ulrich Obrist * Amanda Beech: Don't fight it: the embodiment of critique * Sophie Berrebi: Documentary and the Dialectical Document in Contemporary Art * Michael Biggs: Questions of Context * Claire Bishop: Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics Claire Bishop: The Social Turn: Collaboration and its Discontents * Henk Borgdorff: The Debate on Research in the Arts * Judith Butler: Performative Acts and Gender Constitution * Goutam Biswas: Art as Dialogue - Essays in Phenomenology of Aesthetic Experience * Howard Becker: Art Worlds

Andrew Cheshire: Abstact to Seeing Connections: Documentary as an Intervention in the Social World * Italo Calvino: Multiplicity in Six Memos for the Next Millennium * David Carrier: Review: The Truth in Painting by Jacques Derrida

Nick Couldry: Actor Network Theory and Media: Do They Connect and on What Terms? * Ross Chambers: Alter eog: intertextuality, irony and the politics of meaning

Geoff Danaher, Tony Schirato and Jen Webb: Chapter Ten: Arts of the Self in Understanding Foucault * Mladen Dolar: Chapter Five: The Politics of the Voice * Francois Deck: Reciprocal Expertise * Anthony Downey: Towards a Politics of (Relational) Aesthetics * Stephen Duncombe: Dream: Re-Imagining Progressive Politics in An Age of Fantasy * George Dickie: Bullough and The Concept of Psychical Distance
Barbara Ehrenreich: Smile or Die * Terry Eagleton: The Ideology of the Aesthetic

Gemma Corradi Fiumara: A Philosophy of Listening within a Tradition of Questioning * Michel Foucault: The Hermeneutic of the Subject * Michel Foucault: What is an Author?

Carol Gigliotti: The Aesthetics of a Virtual World
Michael E. Gardiner: Wild Publics and Grotesque Symposiums: Habermas and Bakhtin on dialogue, everyday life and the public sphere * David Gauntlett: Creative Explorations: New Approaches to Identities and Audiences

Donna Haraway: A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century * Thomas Hirschhorn: Doing Art Politically: What does it mean?
* Austin Harrington: Art and Social Theory

Grant Kester: Conversation Pieces: Community, Communication and Modern Art * Chunglin Kwa: Romantic and Baroque Conceptions of Complex wholes in the Sciences

John Law: Making a Mess with Method * Bruno Latour: From Realpolitik to Dingpolitik or How to Make Things Public * Maurizio Lazzarato: Bakhtin's Theory of the Utterance * Darian Leader: The System of Rodney Graham's Costume Trilogy * Maria Lind: The Collaborative Turn
Richard A. Lanham: The Economics of Attention: Style and Substance in the Age of Information

Katy MacLeod: The functions of the written text in practice-based PhD submissions * Kirsten Mey: The Gesture of Writing * Stewart Martin: Critique of Relational Aesthetics * Gary Saul Morson and Caryl Emerson: Mikhail Bakthin: Creation of a Prosaics
David Runciman: Introduction to Political Hypocrisy: The Mask of Power, From Hobes to Orwell and Beyond * Patricia Romney: The Art of Dialogue * Gillian Rose: Visual Methodologies * Jacques Ranciere: Aesthetics and its Discontents
Florian Schneider: Collaboration * Terge Steinulfsson Skjerdal: In search of a philosophy of praxis in Adorno's negative dialectics * Judith Still and Michael Worton: Introduction to Intertextuality: Theories and Practices * Steiricherherbst 2013: Group portrait to close up
Tzvetan Todorov: Chapter Three: Major Options in Mikhail Bakhtin: The Dialogical Principle * Mark C. Taylor: The Moment of Complexity: Emerging Network Culture * Sarah Thorton: Seven Days in the Art World* Sherry Turkle: Introduction in Life on the Screen
Kazys Varnelis and Anne Friedberg: Networked Place
Jenny Wolmark and Eleanor Gates-Stuart: Research as Cultural Practice * Stephen Wright: Behind Police Lines: Art Visible and Invisible

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